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Bob Malvagna

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Sport(s)  Baseball
1975–1979  St. John's
Title  Head Coach
2001–2010  Adelphi (Asst.)

Team  NYIT
Name  Bob Malvagna
Conference  Independent
Role  Baseball Coach
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Baseball coach Bob Malvagna interviewed on 95.3 FM The Ticket in Jonesboro, Ark.


Bob Malvagna in an American college baseball coach, currently serving as head coach of the NYIT Bears baseball program. He was named to that position prior to the 2013 season.

Malvagna played for St. John's from 1975 through 1979, and appeared in the 1978 College World Series with the Redmen. In 2001, Malvagna became an assistant coach at Adelphi, serving as hitting and third base coach and later adding associate head coach duties. He helped lead the Panthers to five winning seasons and a pair of NCAA Division II regional appearances. In 2011, Malvagna served as an assistant at Nassau Community College in East Garden City, New York. He spent the 2012 season at Queensborough Community College before being hired as head coach of the Bears in 2013.

References

Bob Malvagna Wikipedia


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