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Bill Malloy

Director of Operations /Director of Player Development/Instructor

Coach Malloy is an expert in developing baseball players and possesses a vast amount of baseball knowledge gained through his various professional, coaching, and playing experiences. Being drafted by a National League team provided Coach Malloy with a unique learning experience, since pitchers had to be "real players". Learning every aspect of the game from baseball coaches/legends Dave Righetti, Lee Smith, Willie McGee, Jim Davenport, Dan Gladden, Dusty Baker, Bobby Bonds Sr., and Benito Santiago, Coach Malloy received the greatest baseball education a player could receive. Along with this education, his unique understanding of the biomechanics necessary to excel, and his ability to get his message across to his players, Coach Malloy is relentless in his pursuit to have each players potential become a reality.


A Division 1 Assistant Head Coach/Pitching Coach at Wagner College from 2007-2011. He was instrumental in transforming one of the worst programs in the Northeast Conference into Champions. During Coach Malloy's tenure on Grimes Hill, the Seahawks achieved record breaking success by winning the schools only Conference Championship, setting the school record for wins in a season, developing the program's only 2 conference pitcher of the year award winners, and saw 18 players earn All -Conference Honors while they broke almost every existing school record.  Coach Malloy developed one of the worst Northeast Conference pitching staffs into one of the best in the nation. In 2008 for the 1st time in school history, the Seahawks gained national recognition by finishing ranked 12th in the nation and 1st in the conference in team pitching. Again in 2009, Wagner had the top ranked pitching staff in the conference. In Coach Malloy's five year tenure on campus, 10 Seahawks signed professional contracts.

From 2005-2010 Coach Malloy was the Assistant Head Coach/Pitching Coach for the Monmouth Monarchs in the Atlantic Baseball Confederation Collegiate League that developed players from all around the country during the summer. In 2005, the Monarchs won their first ever league championship. Coach Malloy saw more than 2 dozen of his summer players return to their colleges to have personal best seasons and had 11 players move on to sign professional baseball contracts. 

Coach Malloy was the Assistant Head Coach/Pitching Coach from 2003-2005 at New Brunswick HS. Inheriting a winless team, Coach was instrumental in implementing and executing a development plan that turned one of NJ's worst baseball programs into state champion runner ups. During Malloy's tenure at NBHS, 5 players moved on to play college baseball and one player was selected in the 2005 Major League Baseball Draft.


Coach Malloy accepted a baseball scholarship to play 3B/LF from Rutgers University after excelling at Immaculata High School. During his junior season at Rutgers, Malloy became the team's closer and was selected by the San Francisco Giants in the 6th round of the 1996 Major League Draft. In 1998 he helped the San Jose Giants win the California League Championship and was named the organization's Pitcher of the Month in May and July of that year. Coach Malloy also attended 3 straight major league camps from 1998-2000 before retiring in 2001 after a six season career due to an injury.

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