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Coaching Successes

Rmu and uww success

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RMU success


My collegiate coaching career started at Robert Morris College as an Assistant Coach, mostly for the men's team, but did make a couple of cameo appearances with the women's team.  One of these cameos included serving as the Assistant Coach at the first ITC for the women's team in 2008 in Wichita, KS.


The following season I was able to be the Assistant Coach for the men's team when they made their first ITC appearance in 2009 in Rockford, IL.

In 2008, Chris Bardol was named the NCBCA Rookie of the Year and a Second Team All-American.  Then the following season he was named an NCBCA Honorable Mention.

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UWW Team success

Over the years, the Warhawks have amassed some impressive numbers given that the program was not able to provide any athletic scholarships.  Here's just a snippet of some of the teams success:

  • 2022 ITC National Champions

  • 2 - 3rd place finishes at ITC's (2017, 2018)

  • 2 Club National Championships (2019, 2021)

  • 5 Conference Championships

  • 8 consecutive ITC 

  • 55 tournament wins
  • 6 tournament bracket wins 

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UWW Individual successes

The Warhawks have also had their share of individual accolades during my tenure there.   Here's just a few of the highlights:

  • 10 NCBCA All-Americans 

  • 8 IBMA All-Americans

  • 15 Club All-Americans

  • 37 All-Conference Awards 

  • 49 NCBCA Scholar Athlete Awards

  • 165 All-Tournament Team finishes

  • 3 NCBCA Coach of the Year awards

  • 7 Club Coach of the Year awards

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