Stony Brook, N.Y. - Stony Brook head baseball coach Matt Senk will be speaking at two national conventions in January. Senk will be addressing audiences at the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) in Chicago on January 4 and World Baseball Coaches' Association at Mohegan Sun on January 11.
One of the featured speakers in Chicago, Senk will discuss "New Bats-New Game: Stony Brook's Approach" with more than 4,500 coaches.
Senk will be one of nine featured presenters at the WBCA convention. Senk will speak about the Stony Brook approach and the Seawolves' hitting approach and pre-game preparation, including player checklist and staff responsibilities.
Senk, who will begin his 23rd season at Stony Brook in 2013, led Stony Brook to NCAA-best 52 wins as well as a memorable run to the College World Series. The 2012 NCBWA National Coach of the Year mentored seven MLB draft picks in 2012, including junior All-American Travis Jankowski, who was selected 44th overall by the San Diego Padres.