- School University of Maine
Bob Whalen has been a head coach at the college level for over 20 years.
Whalen was assistant coach at the University of Maine from 1982-1989, as the pitching coach for Bill Swift, Joe Johnson, Jeff Plympton and Larry Thomas. He also was recruiting coordinator when Mike Bordick signed on to Maine. He was with the school for four College World Series trips. He was also head coach of the Chatham A's in 1988-1989, working with Jeff Bagwell. Whalen then was hired as head coach of Dartmouth College in 1990. He was 403-413-1 through 2010; he passed Jeff Tesreau as Dartmouth's career win leader when he reached 384 career wins in 2010. The school won the Ivy League title in both 2009 and 2010. Additionally, he worked with Team USA as business manager in 1997; the team went to the 1997 Intercontinental Cup and also toured America, Japan and Spain. While at Dartmouth, he coached Mark Johnson.
Source: Dartmouth bio