Vienna Senators Coaching Staff


Bill McGillicuddy, President/GM, 16th year
Bill McGillicuddy enters his 15th season as the team's president. Three years after McGillicuddy became the team's president, the Senators won a Clark C. Griffith Collegiate Baseball League (CGL) championship in 1996. In all, the Vienna Senators have accounted for nine Clark C. Griffith Collegiate Baseball League (CGL) championships, three All-American Amateur Baseball Association (AAABA) national titles and one National Amateur Baseball Federation (NABF) national title on his watch.

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Bob Menefee, Equipment, 16th year
Bob Menefee enters his 15th season as the team's equipment manager. Menefee has overseen Senators teams that have accounted for nine Clark C. Griffith Collegiate Baseball League (CGL) championships, four All-American Amateur Baseball Association (AAABA) national titles and one National Amateur Baseball Federation (NABF) national title. Prior to becoming involved with the Senators' organization, Menefee was the head coach at James Robinson (Va.) High School from 1972-90, leading the program to three district, two Northern Region and one state championship. In 2003, Menefee was inducted into the Home Plate Club of Washington, D.C.'s Hall of Fame.
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Chris Burr, Manager, 12th year
Chris enters his eleventh season at the helm of the Vienna Senators in 2008. Burr, a former standout at Vienna's James Madison High School, the Vienna American Legion Post 180, and at nearby George Mason University prior to playing professionally in the Texas Rangers' organization, has led the Senators to eight Clark C. Griffith Collegiate Baseball League (CGL) championships and three All-American Amateur Baseball Association (AAABA) national titles. Burr also previously coached at George Mason University, George Washington University and Tulane University.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Mike Wallace, Assistant, 12th year
Mike enters his eleventh year as the team's pitching coach. Under Wallace, the Senators' pitching staff annually rates as one of the top Clark C. Griffith Collegiate Baseball League (CGBL) staffs. Wallace played at Vienna's Madison High School and helped them win a state championship in 1968. Wallace would later pitch in the Major Leagues with the Philadelphia Phillies, St. Louis Cardinals, Texas Rangers, and New York Yankees. After retiring, he then served as pitching coach at the College of William and Mary and George Mason University. Wallace has helped lead the Vienna Senators to eight CGL league championships.
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Kevin Kawecki, Assistant, 7th year
Kevin Kawecki returns to the Senators this season for his sixth year as the team's Associate Head Coach in 2008. Coach Kawecki served as the manager of the now-disbanded Reston Hawks in 2005 after working under Vienna manager Chris Burr for three summers. A former pitcher at nearby George Mason University in the late 1990s, Kawecki also serves as an assistant at West Springfield (Va.) High School.

 

 

 

Dan Raley, Assistant, 11th year
Dan enters his tenth season as the team's hitting coach in 2008. Raley helped lead nearby Potomac (Va.) High School to a state championship in 1983 before going on to earn All-American honors and play in the College World Series while at Wichita State University. He later played in the Detroit Tigers' organization before serving as a Minor League hitting instructor for four years. Raley has helped lead the Vienna Senators to eight Clark C. Griffith Collegiate Baseball League (CGL) championships.
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Jenny Tolson, Trainer, ATC, 3rd year
Jenny Tolson is with the Senators for her second full season as Certified Athletic Trainer, after serving Vienna at the National Baseball Congress World Series in Kansas last season. Previously, she served with the Herndon Braves, a former Clark Griffith League team. Tolson earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Athletic Training from Salisbury University, in Salisbury MD, in May 2006, and became a Certified Athletic Trainer in June. From August 2006 to May 2007, she worked at Washington College in Chestertown, MD and served the women's basketball, men's soccer and baseball teams. Tolson worked with the women's softball team at Georgia Southern University for the 2007-08 school year. She will be attending graduate school at Georgia Southern for a Master of Science degree in Athletic Training with a concentration in teaching.


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