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Three Chippewas Selected in Final Day of MLB Draft
The Central Michigan baseball program saw three student-athletes taken in the final day of the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft, bringing its total to five for the most players taken in program history.
Season Review: Chippewas' Strong Finish Builds for Future
In a season full of high expectations and goals, the Central Michigan baseball program turned around its season over the last 20 games and finished just one win away from winning a Mid-American Conference Tournament title.
The Central Michigan baseball program has competed at a championship level during Steve Jaksa's 11 seasons as head coach.
Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator
Central Michigan has fielded one of the Mid-American Conference's top pitching staffs during Jeff Opalewski's five seasons as the Chippewas' pitching coach.
Doug Sanders, an assistant coach at Kent State during its 2012 run to the College World Series, joined the Central Michigan baseball coaching staff in July of 2013.
A standout infielder at Kent State from in 2007 and 2008, Sanders spent three seasons as a volunteer assistant for the Golden Flashes where he was responsible for infield and outfield defensive instruction that led to the 29th best defense in the country in 2010 and eighth best defense in 2011.
Sanders was a part of Scott Stricklin's staff that made an incredible run through the NCAA Regional and Super Regional to earn a spot in the College World Series before spending last season as a full-time assistant at Malone University.
Former Central Michigan standout Will Arnold joined the staff as an undergraduate student assistant during the 2013 season and upon graduation was named the volunteer assistant.
A Mount Pleasant native, Arnold started 102 games over his final two seasons and earned a spot on the All-MAC team in 2012 after leading the Chippewas in RBI, walks, on-base percentage, putouts and fielding percentage.
Arnold was a mainstay behind the plate, leading a pitching staff that has had seven players drafted in the last two seasons, as he will work primarly with CMU catches as a part of its' coaching staff.