Jeff Pincus steps down as Seminole baseball coach
Jeff Pincus has resigned as Seminole’s baseball coach. Pincus recently completed his fifth season as the Warhawks' head coach. In five years he had an 84-54 record. This season, Seminole was 12-14.
“I’ve decided to step down as head coach but I still hope to be involved in the program in some capacity," Pincus said. “The real reason for doing this now is because I’m getting close to being done with the DROP program and I wanted to have a transition year before I’m done."
Pincus will remain a teacher at Seminole. Prior to being the head coach, he was an assistant coach at Seminole for six years. He took over for Greg Olsen, who is now at Calvary Christian, in 2012. That season the Warhawks were 24-5, his best at the school.
“I’ve given 11 years of my life to this program," Pincus said. “Every decision I’ve made, whether people agreed or not, was in the best interest of the Seminole baseball program."
There is no timetable for hiring a new head coach. Pincus said he believes one of the main priorities for the new coach is that they be a teacher at the school.