Seacoast United is proud to announce Corey Andresen as Assistant Director of Baseball. Corey joins Seacoast United Baseball from Deposit, N.Y. where he was voted a 2 time All-State Pitcher/Outfielder.
Andresen played collegiate baseball at SUNY Oneonta where he was a dominating left handed pitcher and Captain. During his first two years at Oneonta, Corey primarily was a middle reliever/closer. During his junior season, he made the transition over to starting pitcher where he saw a lot of success. Corey was a key contributor when Oneonta State made it to their first NCAA appearance in school history during the 2010 season.
“Corey is that type of pitcher you want on the mound in a tough situation,” says Seacoast United Baseball Director Scott Dubben. “He was a great competitor and I always looked to Corey to get us out of a jam or to inspire the team to never give up. He was a leader on and off the field even during his first couple of years on the team.”
Corey’s senior year was cut short due to an elbow injury in which he tore his UCL (Tommy John Injury) in early spring of 2012. He was selected to the SUNYAC All-Academic Team in 2011 and 2012.
“When I had to think of someone who I knew shared the same love for the game and developing young baseball players as myself, he was the first person to come to mind,” says Dubben.
Corey recently graduated from SUNY Oneonta in 2012 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Childhood Education.
“The opportunity to be hired by Seacoast United could not have come at a better time,” says Corey. “There is nothing that I enjoy more than teaching young players about the game of baseball. Luckily, Scott and Seacoast United have allowed me to provide these players with my knowledge and passion for baseball.”