The Atlantic County Institute of Technology has named Sean Coyle as its next head baseball coach.

Coyle has been an assistant coach at Egg Harbor Township High School for the last seven years.

Coyle played at Cumberland County College as well as Rutgers University-Camden.

“Coach Coyle brings a depth of baseball knowledge to our program. These include his experiences as a collegiate player at Cumberland County CC and Rutgers University-Camden to his application of sports psychology in the sport of baseball,” said ACIT athletic director Robert Wagner. “He has a history of developing positive relationships with his players, and we look forward to him taking our baseball program into the future.”

Last season, the Red Hawks posted a 3-8 record in the Cape-Atlantic League’s American Conference and an overall record of 13-14, which included a loss in the first round of the playoffs.

“It is my mission to use the game of baseball as a tool to educate and to promote and instill qualities necessary to compete and succeed in the game of life,” Coyle said.

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