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Friday, January 28, 2011

Studley steps down at St. Joseph

Bob Studley has stepped down as St. Joseph baseball coach after nine seasons.

Studley won 110 games in his nine seasons at the helm for the Cadets. The Cadets made four FCIAC postseason tournaments and reached the Class M state tournament every year but 2004 under Studley. St. Joseph played for the FCIAC Championship in 2007 and advanced to the Class M quarterfinals three times, including each of the last two years. Twenty-two of his former players went on to play in college and one current senior (Chris McCormack) has already committed to play at Wheaton College next year.

The 39-year-old Studley continues to work at the school as a math teacher and was named Math Department Chairperson prior to this school year.

“It has been an honor and a privilege to coach at my alma mater," said Studley in a press release. "No one takes more pride in St. Joe’s baseball, and I hope that rubbed off on the players. The program remains in great shape, the 2011 team will hopefully contend for FCIAC and state titles, and I’ll be rooting for them. I love coaching high school baseball and hope to continue to coach in the future, but, regretfully, not at St. Joe’s this year."


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