HCC Hires New Head Baseball Coach


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31 August 2015
Hillsborough Community College (HCC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Wrenn as the new head coach of the HCC baseball team.  Wrenn who has served as an assistant coach since 2011, overseeing hitting and catching, brings an extensive coaching background as the new head coach.  A local baseball product, who played high school baseball for Zephyrhills High School, and later for Saint Leo University, will replace former head coach Gary Calhoun, who retired in the spring of 2015 after more than 28 years of association with the HCC baseball program.   

“We are very pleased that Michael Wrenn has accepted this opportunity to lead the HCC baseball program after successfully serving as an assistant coach in recent years,” stated Derrick Worrels, HCC head basketball coach and assistant to the dean of student services. “Michael has a proven track record as a successful coach in the Tampa area, and will bring a wealth of knowledge and an unwavering commitment to the HCC athletic program as the next head coach.”

Prior to joining HCC, Wrenn served as the head coach of Armwood High School baseball team from 2007-2011, managing the program to the State Final Four in 2009 and as the state runner-up in 2010.  He also served as the assistant coach at Chamberlain High School from 2003-2006. 

Wrenn graduated from Saint Leo University in 1999, earning a Bachelor’s degree in Sports Management.  Following graduation, Wrenn was drafted by the Minnesota Twins and played professionally for three years.  

Hillsborough Community College serves over 45,000 students annually at its five campuses located throughout Tampa Bay.  The college is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. 
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