Senk Extended Through 2024 Season
TONY BROOK, N.Y. – The Stony Brook athletic department is excited to announce a contract extension for head baseball coach Matt Senk after another successful year, in which team won both the America East regular season and tournament titles. Senk's new contract secures his leading the Seawolves through the 2024 campaign. "I am extremely thankful for the opportunity given to me by our university and athletic administrations," Senk said. "I'm looking forward to the upcoming seasons and very appreciative of the confidence and belief in myself to continue leading our baseball program to future success." Entering his 30th season at the helm of the Seawolves, Senk has led his program through the transition to Division I and has excelled at the NCAA's highest level, highlighted by his 2012 squad's appearance in the College World Series. In the last 20 years, he has led Stony Brook to six America East championships and five regular season conference crowns. Senk has also kept developing pros in his time at Stony Brook, producing 27 MLB draft picks since Joe Nathan became the first pick during his tenure in 1995. 19 of those picks have come since the turn of the decade, of which four (Tom Koehler, Nick Tropeano, Travis Jankowski and Daniel Zamora) have played in the Major Leagues.