MANCHESTER, N.H. – Scott Loiseau will return to Southern New Hampshire University as head baseball coach effective June 1, SNHU Director of Athletics and Recreation Anthony Fallacaro announced Friday. Loiseau had served as head coach from 2009-2014, before departing this past January to serve as an assistant coach at the University of Oklahoma.
Named the sixth head coach in Penmen baseball history in June of 2008, Loiseau took a program that struggled mightily before his arrival and built it into one of the nation's elite. In six seasons from 2009-14, Loiseau compiled a 176-121-2 (.592) career record, including a 119-48 (.713) mark from 2012-14. The Penmen qualified for and hosted the NCAA East Regional each year from 2012-14, winning the regional in 2012 and earning a berth in the Division II College World Series. The Penmen also won the Northeast-10 regular season and tournament titles in 2014.
A two-time regional coach of the year and the NE-10 Coach of the Year in 2014, Loiseau has coached a total of seven players who were selected in the Major League Baseball draft. Two more players inked free agent contracts with MLB organizations, while several other players have gone on to play in the independent ranks.
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Southern New Hampshire – Announced the return of Scott Loiseau, head baseball coach. Loiseau served as the program's head coach from 2009-14.