31  Steve Hassan
Steve Hassan

Position:
Volunteer Assistant Coach


04/23/2013

Baseball faces CCSU and NYIT this week

Seawolves tackle a pair of non-conference games this week, including a home game Wednesday at 3:30 p.m.

04/21/2013

Excellent pitching fuels baseball's win at Maine

Zamora and Lee combine to blank Maine with nine strikeouts; Parenty drives in winning run.

04/20/2013

Vanderka tosses complete game but baseball swept at Maine

Seawolves drop a pair of one-run games despite Vanderka's fifth complete game of the year.

04/19/2013

Baseball journeys to Maine this weekend

Seawolves looking to climb up the America East standings this weekend.

04/17/2013

Baseball blanks NYIT behind strong pitching

Three Seawolves pitchers combine for 15 strikeouts.

Steve Hassan is in his first season as volunteer assistant coach for Stony Brook's baseball team. Hassan comes to the Seawolves after six seasons as the recruiting coordinator and assistant coach at Farmingdale State.

Hassan, under head coach and former Major League catcher Keith Osik, helped turn around a Rams team that was 7-22 in 2005 to 19-19 in 2006 and then blossomed into a five-time Skyline Conference champion. During the five-year title run, Farmingdale State made five NCAA regional appearances and won the regional championship in 2009, leading to a Div. III World Series appearance.

During his tenure at Farmingdale State, Hassan coached 37 All-Conference players, 19 All-Region selections, three Gold Glove winners, one conference Player of the Year, two conference Pitchers of the Year and two Rookies of the Year.

Prior to his success at Farmingdale State, Hassan spent two years at Suffolk Community College and two at Post University.

Hassan, a product of Bellport High School, played collegiate baseball at Suffolk Community College, where he played in the 1999 JUCO World Series, and then at Post University. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Post in 2003 and then earned his Master's in Special Education from Dowling in 2012.