Salisbury University

Doug Fleetwood - Head Coach

After serving as assistant coach for two years Doug Fleet was named head coach of the seagulls in November of 2000.  In his his first season he led the seagulls to the Capital Athletic Conference title.  The team went on to be selected to appear in the Regional Tournament, which turned into the seagulls first trip to the World Series.  He was not only named the Capital Athletic Conference and the NCAA South Regional Coach of the year in 2001, but also the Maryland's Baseball Coaches Association's State Coach of the Year.  This past year in 2002 he led the Gulls to yet another Capital Athletic Conference Championship.  This year Coach Fleetwood had an impressive group of assistant coaches helping him.  This group included former players such as Bill Ewe, Kevin Lindsay, and Nate Israel.  These former players along with Ron Siers, Paige Hurley, and Dave Copabianco made up a very impressive supporting staff for Coach Fleetwood this season.   

While heading up this program Coach Fleetwood finds time to be an associate scout for the Baltimore Orioles as well.  The reputation that Coach Fleetwood has built for himself is praised by others.  "We're fortunate to have somebody of Doug's caliber and expertise available to lead our program," says Dr. Michael Vienna, SU's director of athletics. "Doug is a very well respected baseball coach with an impressive resume of success." In addition to his baseball duties, Fleetwood also serves as offensive coordinator with the Salisbury football team. He joined the Sea Gulls as offensive coordinator in 2000 and helped to craft an offense that averaged 237 yards rushing per game and had four players recognized on the all-conference team.

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