August 1, 2012
earns contract extension at Stony Brook
Senk, CBI National Co-Coach of the Year, has received a contract
extension at Stony Brook through the 2017 season.
The Seawolves set a program record with 52
victories in 2012, winning their first Regional title in Coral
Gables and first Super Regional crown in Baton Rouge for their
inaugural appearance in the College World Series.
Senk just completed his 22nd season as head coach
at SBU. He led the program as it transitioned to NCAA Division I
in 2000. Senk has had 18 winning seasons, posting a record of
624-392 (.614). The Seawolves went 94-27 (.777) over the past
seasons, the top winning percentage in the nation over that
(photo courtesy of SBU Media Relations Office)