2012 Baseball Coaches
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Tom Sutula
Head Coach - 4th Season
 
Tom Sutula has started and built successful baseball programs in other venues.  He guided a first-year team from a 1-15 record to an 11-5 record three years later.  Two years after that, the team won the first of two successive league chanpionships.   
 
While his coaching career started in high school, it was interrupted by many years of higher education that led to a bachelor's degree from Harvard, a law degree from Notre Dame, and a medical degree from Indiana University.  Dr. Sutula has been affililated with the Memorial Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program since 1993 and currently is Senior Associate Director.  He holds a Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine and has served as Event Physician for two NCAA Division I baseball regional tournaments at Notre Dame. 
 
He has coached multiple Little League, middle school, elite high school, and travel teams over the past 10 years, including many players who have gone on to successful college careers.  He is a partner in an indoor baseball training facility called 'Chasing a Dream' where high school, college, and minor league baseball players train in the off-season.  He looks forward to the challenge of building a winning baseball tradition at Holy Cross College.
 
Fred Bournay
Assistant Coach - 1st Season
 
Fred Bournay has been involved in coaching baseball for over 20 years. The last 11 as a high school coach in Michigan. Coach Bournay graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a BSME degree and has also earned an MBA from Bowling Green State University.

Coach Bournay played his high school baseball under legendary and hall of fame coach Dean Hagen in Michigan. He started his high school coaching career as an assistant coach and was named two years later as the Varsity Head Coach for Lake Michigan Catholic High School. In his ten year coaching career at LMC he coached six all state players, received district coach of the year six times and regional coach of the year three times. His teams won seven conference championships, six district championships, three regional championships, and made two appearances in the state semi finals with a trip to the state championship game in 2010.

Coach Bournay helped prepare nine players for college careers and currently has five players in college baseball. His overall high school record over eleven years was 209 - 86.

Coach Bournay is married and the father of three children. He is very excited about bringing his experience and talents to the collegiate level.

 
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Pat Hallahan
Assistant Coach - 2nd Season
Pat Hallahan has been involved in baseball for 25 years. His coaching experience has been at all levels. At the College level, Pat coached under Dean Bowyer at Minnesota State Mankato for three years. Hallahan also holds a certificate from the NAIA in Champions of Character "Character Driven Coaching". At the High School level, Pat was an assistant coach at McLeod West, and Holy Family Catholic in Victoria Minnesota. Pat was also the head coach for 3 years at Winsted Holy Trinity High School. At the Amateur level, Pat was the head coach for 2 years for the Cincinnati Hawks and the coach of the Winthrop Eagles for 1 season.
 
Hallahan has coached many youth programs at all ages within the Midwest. He led the Hutchinson Pirates to a State Championship in 2000 and in 2002; he led the MCB Cardinals to a 3rd place finish at state. In 2002, Hallahan started the Brownton Baseball Association and in 2003, Hallahan started up the Glencoe VFW program. Both programs are still around today. While at Winsted, coaching the Holy Trinity team Hallahan started the Winsted Legion program in 2005.
 
Hallahan was a 2004 graduate of Minnesota State University where he also coached the JV Baseball program. He is married to his wife of 21 years, Sharon, and between them, they have four children, all who have gone on to play collegiate softball or baseball. 
 
Hallahan's playing experience out of high school has all been at the amateur level. Hallahan played 5 seasons for the Glencoe Brewers starting in 1985 until 1990. Hallahan then moved on to play and manage in Cincinnati where he played 2 seasons with the Cincinnati Hawks. Hallahan returned to Minnesota in 1994 to start up the Winthrop Eagles where he played 2 seasons as a player/manager. After that, he played a season for the Brownton Bruins, and two partial seasons with the Hutchinson Huskies and Winsted Wildcats. Hallahan closed out his playing days in 2007 with the Green Isle Irish.
 
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Cody Hallahan
Assistant Coach - 1st Season
Cody Hallahan has been involved with baseball his entire life. A native of Silver Lake, Minnesota, Cody attended Minnesota State Mankato and graduated from Bethany Lutheran College in 2011 with a degree in Sports Administration.
 
In his senior year of high school, Cody was All-Conference, All-Selection, All-State, Second Team All-Metro, Minnesota AA Player of the Year, an All-Tourney selection for the State Tournament, and he was selected to the Lions All-Star game.
 
Throughout his collegiate career, Cody has earned NCC Pitcher of the Week honors, UMAC Pitcher of the Week (4x), All-Conference, UMAC Pitcher of the Year, First Team All-Midwest, Second Team D3baseball.com All-American, and was Bethany Lutheran's MVP.
 
In his senior year at Bethany Lutheran, Cody won the UMAC Pitcher of the Week award once, along with UMAC Conference honors, and second team All-Midwest. Also, he lead the UMAC conference in strikeouts.
 
Cody boasts an impressive baseball background throughout high school, summer league, college, and in the minor leagues. Cody has been offered a major league contract, and played for the White Sands Pupfish in the Pecos League down in New Mexico.  Recently, Cody signed a new contract and is competing with the Santa Fe Mountain Lions of the Pecos League.
 
In his first season, Cody will be using his pitching background to help coach the Saints bullpen.