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QU’s head baseball trainer named Public Mentor of the Year

QUINCY, Sick. (KHQA) — The Public University Baseball Scholars Affiliation (NCBWA) delivered its All-American and post-season All-Locale records on Monday, and Quincy College's head baseball trainer was named Public Mentor of the Year for driving the Birds of prey in a notable season.

Matt Schissel and the Birds of prey went 47-11 on the season, overtaking the 1999 group record of 43 successes in a season. Schissel directed the group to both GLVC normal season and GLVC competition titles. This was the initial time in QU baseball history that a group won the ordinary season through and through and the meeting competition around the same time.

He drove the QU ball club to get a first seed in the NCAA competition, permitting the Birds of prey to contend in the territorial and super-provincial at home. The Falcons got the Midwest Provincial 1 title in three games however fell in two games to the College of Indianapolis in the super-regionals, simply botching the chance to go to the Division II School Worldwide championship.

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Schissel has been the QU head baseball trainer for a considerable length of time. In those two seasons, Schissel drove the Birds of prey to two NCAA competitions compartments, both completing in the Midwest Super-Territorial, and to a normal season GLVC title and a GLVC competition title. Schissel's general record of 84-36 is the most incredible in QU program history. In his last 100 games, Schissel went 73-27, which is among the best 100-game records in the country.

In this season alone, Mentor Schissel has been named GLVC Mentor of the Year collectively, NCBWA Midwest Area Mentor of the Year, and NCBWA Public Mentor of the Year.

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