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Terry Rooney (baseball coach)

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Sport(s)  Baseball
1993  Davis & Elkins College
1998-1999  James Madison (Asst.)
Role  Baseball Coach
Positions  Pitcher
Record  235–177 (.570)
1994-1996  Radford
Name  Terry Rooney
Education  Radford University
Titles  Head coach
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Born  November 29, 1973 (age 42) Fairfax County, Virginia, U.S. (1973-11-29)
1997  George Washington (Asst.)
Team  University of Central Florida
Conference  American Athletic Conference

Terry Rooney is an American college baseball coach and former player. Rooney is currently the head coach of the UCF Knights baseball team that represents the University of Central Florida. Rooney was previously an assistant coach at LSU and Notre Dame under head coach Paul Mainieri.

Rooney replaced longtime coach Jay Bergman in 2009. On June 21, 2010, Rooney signed a four-year contract extension with the university, making him the Knights head baseball coach through 2014. In 2011, Rooney led the Knights to a 39–23 (12–12) season and their first NCAA Tournament appearance under his leadership. UCF reached the tournament again in 2012. In 2014, the Knights' first year in the American Athletic Conference, Rooney was named conference Coach of the Year.

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