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Topic - Matt Senk
Matt Senk remembers looking out at his players during his first practice as Stony Brook's baseball coach 22 years ago and thinking he had made a huge mistake.
Stony Brook's baseball team has piled into buses and hit the road for home games all season.
"I never thought I'd be able to coach a team that had a no-hitter, and to have two happen within a five-game span was just incredible," Senk said. "The pitching showed early signs they were going to be very good."
"I've never been around a more resilient group," said Senk, in his 21st season at Stony Brook.