ANTHONY VERDI, MCBL Overpeck Creek Monsters Assistant Coach from 2017-Present; helped guide the team to the 2018 MCBL Championship. Bergen Community College Pitching Coach 2014-2017 under Steve Mimms. Head Coach Dwight Englewood HS 2009-2012. Pitching Coach Ramapo College under Coach Martin from 2004-2007. Played for Coach Martin at Ramapo College 1998-2002. Graduated Nutley HS 1997, Group 3 Section 2 State Champs 1996
VICTOR ROSARIO, served as Coach Martin’s assistant coach through his tenure there. Coach Rosario played for Coach Martin when he was coaching at Dominican. Served for seven years as the assistant coach for both Dominican College and Mercy College. He formerly served as an Associate Scout for the Miami Marlins; performing evaluations on area ballplayers. Coach Rosario also served as Assistant Camp Director to the All-Star Baseball Camp that was the brainchild of Coach Martin, where many major league players and coaches participated.
RICH MARTIN, taking over the Overpeck Creek Monsters. Coach Martin finished the 2018 season with an impressive overall coaching record of 708-505-5(.583 winning percentage) . At Ramapo he holds a record of 463-296-4 (.609 winning percentage) overall after the 2018 season. Martin led the Roadrunners to six NCAA appearances receiving at-large bids to the tournament in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015,2016 & 2018. The Roadrunners won the 2016 NJAC Tournament, while earning four straight ECAC Championships in 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010. He also has participated in ten NJAC Tournaments throughout his tenure at Ramapo (2004, 2007, 2009, 2011-2013, 2015, 2016,2017,2018). Coach Martin led the 2015 Ramapo College Baseball team to the NCAA DIII College World Series. The first time Ramapo made it in over 30 years. That team also won the NCAA DIII New England Regional Tournament, going undefeated. Coach Martin received the NCAA DIII Regional Coach of the Year Award in 2015 and was a finalist for the NCAA DIII National Coach of the Year.
Martin has coached 62 players who signed professional baseball contracts. Martin has coached 8 players who went on to play Major League Baseball. Kevin Baez with the Mets, Frank Cimorelli with the Cardinals and John Franco with the Mets, to name a few
Coach Martin served as head baseball coach at Division I, Hofstra University where he stands as the winningest coach in the history of the University. In 1993 he led his team to the East Coast Conference Championship and in 1995 recorded a school-best 27 victories and notched his 200th career victory.
Prior to his time at Hofstra, Coach Martin spent seven years as head coach at Dominican College in Orangeburg, NY. At Dominican, Coach Martin developed the program from its inception to the point where it became NAIA District 31 champions and Region 8 runner-up for four straight years. For his efforts and achievements, Coach Martin was named the NAIA District 31 Coach of the Year in 1986, 1987, 1988 and 1989 and was a finalist for the NAIA National Coach of the Year in 1986, 1988 and 1989. While at Dominican, Martin produced four NAIA All-Americans, 21 NAIA Honorable Mention All-Americans, 36 All-District 31 and All-Region 8 players.