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ROB KOSKI

Rob graduated from Calvert Hall in 2012. He was a three-year varsity player and a member of the 2012 MIAA 'A' conference championship team. After Calvert Hall Rob went on to play at Harford Community College for two seasons where he was a member of the 2014 Region XX championship team. He graduated in 2014 from Harford Community College with an associate degree. He transferred to division l Presbyterian College in Clinton South Carolina where he helped the team advance to the Big South Conference Championship tournament. He graduated from Presbyterian College in 2016.


After his playing career ended, he went back to Harford Community College where he coached from 2017 to 2019. The Owls won Region XX all three seasons while Rob was on staff. In the Summer of 2018, he coached in the prestigious Ripken League for the Baltimore Redbirds where they finished as co-Champions of the league. In 2019 he coached the Purcellville Cannons in the Major League Baseball sponsored Valley League. After Purcellville he coached at Division ll Shepherd University in West Virginia from 2020-2021. He graduated from Shepherd University in 2021 with an MBA. In the Summer he was the head coach of the Hornell Dodgers of the New York Collegiate Baseball League. Under Rob's tutelage the Dodgers were able to win the Western Division Championship and finished second overall in league play. After his stint in the NYCBL he spent two seasons coaching at his alma mater Presbyterian College in 2022 and 2023.


Rob will be available for private instruction, helping at camps and coaching clinics and working with the Badgers teams. In addition to his on-field duties Rob is the director of tournaments and showcases at The Baseball Warehouse. He is in charge of running tournaments for younger players and showcases for older players.

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