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Coach ScanzanoHead Coach, Baseball - Mike Scanzano


A Marlton native, Mike Scanzano played six years of professional baseball and was a two-time All-Star with the Frontier League’s Southern Illinois Miners. Scanzano retired with a career .280 batting average and .957 fielding percentage while playing middle infield and third base.

Collegiality, Scanzano played two years at Louisburg College, a two-year institution in North Carolina, before transferring to the University of Pittsburgh, where he was a two-time All-Big East third baseman. He graduated from Pittsburgh in 2004 with a degree in administrative justice and a minor in legal studies.

Scanzano spent his prep years at Cherokee High School earning 11 varsity letters. He was inducted into the Cherokee Hall of Fame in 2011. He played wide receiver on the football team, earning All-South Jersey, All-Group 4 and All-State honors. He was a two-time All-Conference selection as a guard on the basketball team. On the diamond, he was a two-time First Team All-State performer and three-time All- South Jersey honoree. He was named an Honorable Mention High School All-American in 1999.

Scanzano now owns a baseball academy in Cherry Hill. He has been involved in coaching since 2005. Last year, Scanzano coached at Carin University, located in Langhorne, Penn, where he focused on recruiting, while also working with the infielders and hitters on the field. 

Scanzano lives in Mickleton, New Jersey, with his wife Stephanie and daughters Adilyn and Brielle. They are expecting their third child in September. 

Professional Career
Brockton Rox (Can-Am League: ’05, ’06)
Southern Illinois Miners (Frontier League: ’07, ’08)
New Jersey Jackals (Can-Am League: ’09)


Assistant Coach, Baseball - Ryan Cerino

Ryan Cerino returns to the Barons after playing for the programs for the last two years. While with the Barons, the program accumulated a 44-39 record, Cerino graduated from RCBC in 2017 with an associate degree in liberal arts. Prior to RCBC, Ryan was a student-athlete at Bordentown High School where he played baseball all four years before graduating in 2014. Cerino took a year off before arriving at RCBC to undergo Tommy John surgery.

Since 2012, Cerino has been involved in coaching various travel and Little League District teams ranging in age from 10 to 17.

"Coaching baseball is my passion and I am ready to start this new chapter as a coach at Rowan College at Burlington County," he said.

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