Earned a B.S. degree in physical education and sports management from Gannon University in Erie, Pa., in 1991.
Native of Salamanca, N.Y., Lives in Apex, N.C., with his wife Tricia and their two sons Ajay and Drew.
Played fast-pitch softball for 23 years and was a member of the U.S. men's national team for eight years, winning one gold medal, three silver medals and a bronze medal. He was named U.S. Olympic Committee's softball athlete of the year in 1999 and 2000. In all, he won three ISA world titles and two ASA national titles, while playing for teams in Florida, Michigan, Illinois and Wisconsin. He was inducted into the ISC Hall of Fame on Aug. 12, 2012.
Four-time conference champion - three at Boston University and one last season with NC State, Also accounted for a conference championship as an assistant coach at Boston.
|2003-04||Boston University||Assistant Coach|
|2005-12||Boston University||Head Coach|
|2013-pres.||NC State||Head Coach|