All instructors at Extra Innings Warwick come with an extensive baseball or softball background. Whether they are former or current professional players, college all-stars, or high school or college coaches, Extra Innings Warwick offers serious professional instruction!
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Zack Zuercher - Pilgrim HS ('02) - University of Rhode Island ('05) - St. Louis Cardinals (9th round, 2005)
Zack starred at Pilgrim during his high school days, earning the Division I-South Player of the Year award in 2002 and leading the Patriots to the state title series at McCoy Stadium. He started his college career at the University of North Carolina before transferring to the University of Rhode Island in 2003 and exploding to stardom, setting program records for victories, strikeouts and innings pitched while leading the Rams to the NCAA Tournament in 2004. Zack was drafted in the 9th round by the St. Louis Cardinals organization following his junior season and finished up the 2008 season with their Double-A affiliate in Springfield, MO. Zack spent the 2009 season with the Worcester Tornadoes of the Can-Am League. Zack will be available for 1-on-1 or group pitching lessons and will be an instructor at Extra Innings pitching clinics. Call Extra Innings Warwick to book your lesson with Zack today!
Chris Costantino - Extra Innings Instructor
As a graduate of Bishop Hendricken High School, he was a 2 year All-State selection and drafted by the Boston Red Sox. He attended Walter State Commu¬nity College as a two-way player and is currently with the St Louis Cardinals Minor League system after being drafted in the 2011 MLB Draft. Summer 2011, Chris played for the Laconia Muskrats of the NECBL where he earned MVP honors for the 2011 season throwing a no-hitter, the 5th in NECBL’s history. Chris is a welcome addition to the staff as both a hitting and pitching instructor.
Maria Morin - Extra Innings Instructor
Maria was the Head Coach of the Rhode Island College Softball Team
from 1995-2012, compiling a 458-257-4 career record, the most wins in
college history. In her tenure, the Anchorwomen won five consecutive Little East
Conference Regular Season Championships (2005-2009) and four straight Little
East Tournament Championships (2006-2009). RIC made five NCAA
Tournament appearances, reaching the National Championship Round in both
2007 and 2008 after winning the NCAA New England Regional Tournament
both years. RIC won its first ECAC title since 1986 in 2005 and appeared in four
other ECAC tournaments prior to 2005. Morin was named Little East Conference
Coach of the Year three times in her career, as well as a two-time NFCA New
England Region Coach of the Year. Her staff also earned two-time New England
Region Coaching Staff of the Year honors by the NFCA in both 2007 and 2008.
Morin will be a 2013 inductee in the Little East Conference Hall of Fame this
October. She is also a member of the RI Interscholastic League Hall of Fame as
well as those of Skidmore College and Classical High School.
Thomas Pannone - Extra Innings Instructor
Thomas Pannone graduated from Bishop Hendricken High School in 2012. While at Hendricken he earned first team all-state his senior year. He was recruited by many division one school programs and elected to commit to the University of Miami. After his senior year at Hendricken he was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 33rd round as an outfielder. He ended up attending the college of Southern Nevada. After an outstanding year there both as a pitcher and outfielder he accepted a scholarship to the University of Arizona. He was drafted by the Cleveland Indians organization as a pitcher in the ninth round of the MLB draft. Thomas will be entering his third season with the Indian organization this upcoming March. He will be available for both pitching and hitting lessons this winter and at Extra Innings.
Emily Johnson - Extra Innings Instructor
Emily completed her four-year career at RIC in 2013. She served a
variety of roles for the Anchorwomen, including Pitcher, First-Baseman, and
Designated Player. Emily played in 127 games for RIC in her career. She owns
a .286 career batting average with 96 hits, 24 doubles, and 45 RBI. As a pitcher,
Emily owns a 3.62 career ERA with 185 strikeouts in 279 innings pitched. She
earned First-Team All-Little East honors as well as the team’s MVP award in her
career. Emily has served as assistant coach for the RI Shamrocks and is
currently the pitching coach for LaSalle High School.
Jeff Roy - Extra Innings Instructor
Jeff Roy went to Bishop Hendricken high school and earned first team all state in both 09 and 10. He then went on to accept a scholarship to the university of Rhode Island where he started as a freshmen. As a sophomore he was named Atlantic 10 player of the year and earned all American honors. After his junior season he was selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 18th round. Jeff will be available for 1 on 1 hitting lessons, group lessons, private team instruction and winter clinics.
Sean Furney - Extra Innings Instructor
Sean was a Pilgrim Graduate in 2009, as a member of the varsity team for 3 years he was named an all-star all 3 years and two-time All Division Pitcher for the Patriots. After high school Sean took the field for the CCRI Knights for 2 years and was a two-time NJCAA All-Region selection. Sophomore year Furney finished with a 1.32 ERA in 47.2 innings pitched, he finished No.9 nationally on the individual pitching list and as the No.3 strikeout leader with 72 strikeouts and 1.51 k’s per inning. He also joined several CCRI all-time record lists including No.7 single season strikeouts, No.18 in single season ERA, No.11 in career strikeouts, and No.6 in career ERA. Furney then went on to be a two year starter for Jim Foster at the University of Rhode Island where he had a combined 14-4 record and a career 2.25 ERA and was a two-time All Conference selection as well as All New England first team selection. Senior year Furney earned National Pitcher of the Week honors in early April after a combined 0.75 ERA and .167 opposing average over 14 innings against #9 Florida State and #8 Ole Miss. Furney then was named Rawlings National Pitcher of the week when facing the minimum of 27 batters in a complete game one hit shut out vs the University of Dayton. To finish of the year Furney posted a 1.98 ERA and struck out 82 in 99 innings pitched with a record tying 16 strikeouts in one game and went on to win Atlantic 10 pitcher of the year. Furney is now a member of the Arizona Diamondbacks minor league system where he finished rookie ball with a 2.25 ERA and recorded a league leading 64 strikeouts in 52 innings pitched. Sean will be available for 1-on-1 or group pitching lessons and will help with Extra Innings Pitching clinics all off season.
Fallon Scorpio - Extra Innings Instructor
Fallon attended St. Mary Academy Bay View where she was first team all state and all division in both 2009 and 2010. She was named RI Gatorade Player of the Year, NFCA 1st Team All East Region and NFCA 2nd Team All American in 2010. Fallon went on to play two years at the University of Rhode Island and played her third year of softball at Providence College. She currently serves as one of the assistant coaches for Cranston High School West.
Matt Moynihan - Extra Innings Instructor
HIGH SCHOOL - Along with playing baseball at Cathedral Catholic High School, Moynihan also competed on the football, basketball and track and field teams where he was an all league performer in each … Moynihan finished his high school career with the second most steals (88) in San Diego County history and the fourth most hits in a career in the County … He batted .430 with six home runs and 28 steals as a senior ... in his junior season, he helped the Dons win the CIF championship ... as a sophomore, he batted .472 with 61 hits and 34 steals while earning a place in history for the second most hits in the county for a season behind only Adrian Gonzalez ... two-time all-state honoree in baseball while earning three-time All-CIF and All-Western League honors ... named team most valuable player in his sophomore and senior seasons ... participated in the 2008 Area Code Games and the Team USA Junior Olympic trials ... drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 2009 major league baseball draft.
COLLEGE - Matt attended the University of San Diego in 2010 and during his freshman season, he made 15 starts in 34 games and batted .388 (19-for-49).After transferring to Orange Coast College for his 2011 sophomore season, Moynihan hit .479, shattering the single-season batting average mark once held by OCC Hall of Famer Joey James, who hit .443 in 1986. Moynihan was named California Junior College Player of the Year as well as being a unanimous Junior College All American Selection. That summer, Moynihan played for the Brewster Whitecaps of the prestigious Cape Cod summer league where he was second on the team in average hitting .330. For his junior year Matt transferred to the University of Texas at Austin but due to injury his season was cut short after just 20 games for the Longhorns.