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St. John's head baseball coach Ed Blankmeyer, the winningest coach in program-history, has released the 56-game schedule for the upcoming 2015 season, his 20th at the helm. read more


Blankmeyer Named 2015 USA Baseball Collegiate National Team Manager

St. John's head coach Ed Blankmeyer will serve a second tour of duty with the Red, White and Blue as the skipper has been tabbed by USA Baseball as the manager of the 2015 Collegiate National Team. Blankmeyer previously represented the United States as an assistant coach on the 2010 Collegiate National Team. read more

Ed Blankmeyer


Head Coach: St. John's University

The winningest coach in St. John's baseball history, head coach Ed Blankmeyer is in his 20th season at the helm of the Red Storm baseball program and has posted a 612-385-3 (.614) record. Blankmeyer has guided the Red Storm to three BIG EAST Tournament crowns as well as four BIG EAST regular season titles, and has led the squad to the NCAA Tournament eight times, including one NCAA Super Regional appearance.

Also the winningest coach in the history of BIG EAST play with 274 conference victories, Blankmeyer has earned BIG EAST Coach of the Year honors a conference-record five times and has been named the ABCA Northeast Region Coach of the Year four times. Blankmeyer, who has guided St. John's to six 40-win seasons, has had 80 All-BIG EAST selections and has seen 64 of his players drafted and/or signed to professional contracts.

Blankmeyer reached a pair of milestones during the 2013 season as the skipper recorded his 600th win and also became the winningest coach in St. John's baseball history with win No. 612. With a young pitching staff comprised of 10 freshmen, tied for the third-most in the country, the Red Storm made its 10th-consecutive BIG EAST Tournament appearance and finished 23-35. Three players earned All-BIG EAST honors, including Freshman All-American Ryan Horstman, ABCA All-Region honoree Frank Schwindel and Zach Lauricella. St. John's also had a total of five players selected in the MLB Draft for the second-straight season as Horstman (fourth round) highlighted a draft class that also included James Lomangino (14th round), Frank Schwindel (18th), Sean Hagan (31st) and Danny Bethea (34th).


Mike Hampton


Assistant Coach: St. John's University

Mike Hampton enters his 14th season at St. John's as the program's recruiting coordinator and hitting coach. A former collegiate All-American and fourth round draft choice, Hampton's keen eye for talent has given St. John's a presence in every level of competitive baseball.

Hampton has coached 44 players that have been drafted or signed to professional contracts in his tenure, including four Major Leaguers.

St. John's had five players selected in the 2013 MLB Draft, including a fourth round pick in Ryan Horstman. The five-man 2013 draft class came just one season after St. John's also had five players taken in the 2012 MLB Draft, including four in the top six rounds. Jeremy Baltz, the second two-time All-American in program-history and the first BIG EAST player since 2002-04 to earn three first team All-Conference selections, highlighted the 2012 Draft Class with a second round selection.


Corey Muscara


Pitching Coach: St. John's University

Corey Muscara is in his 3rd season as the St. John's pitching coach after coaching stints at Southern New Hampshire University and Binghamton as well as in the summer league circuit in the New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL).

As pitching coach for the Penmen, Muscara helped lead Southern New Hampshire University to the 2012 NCAA Division II College World Series with a pitching staff that led the nation in both ERA (2.41) and strikeouts per nine innings (9.3), and also included a pair of All-Americans. Muscara pitched collegiately at Franklin Pierce and Siena College.


Danny Benedetti


Volunteer Assistant Coach: St John's University

Danny Benedetti is in his 2nd season serving as the volunteer assistant coach for his alma mater. A former collegiate catcher, Benedetti has coached at the collegiate, summer league and high school levels.

Benedetti returns to Queens after spending four seasons at Long Beach State, where he served as a graduate assistant coach. After working as a catching instructor from 2010-11, Benedetti spent the 2012 and 2013 seasons working with the infield.


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