Jason Cronin has been named the Alfred State College interim baseball coach. Cronin brings with him nearly fifteen years of coaching experience.
Cronin most recently was the head baseball coach at Peru State College (NE). At Peru State, he led the team to 30 victories in 2009, coached the first player in PSC baseball history to get drafted, and led teams to the conference tournament in four of his five years at the helm.
Prior to coaching at Peru State, Cronin spent time as the pitching coach at Oklahoma Panhandle State University and Young Harris
College. He started his coaching career at Broome CC in 1996 and served as the BCC head coach between 1998-2000. During that time he led the Hornets to their first regional final appearance in 12 years and a school record for wins (28).
Cronin has also been active in collegiate baseball summer leagues. He was the general manager and head coach of the Binghamton Knights of the CAN-AM League and was the head coach of the Plattsburgh Thunder of the NYCBL.
Cronin has a master’s of science in exercise and sport science from Ithaca College and a bachelor’s of science in physical education from Kentucky Wesleyan College.
Cronin will assume the duties running the day-to-day operations of the baseball program immediately. He will also teach in the physical education department