Joe Litterio

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Joe Litterio

Biographical Information[edit]

Joe Litterio has been a college coach.

An infielder at Rutgers, he remained at the school as a volunteer assistant coach in 1994 then spent part of 1994 at Immaculate Conception High School. From 1995-1998, he coached for Monmouth College, followed by a year at Winthrop University. He then became head coach of Wagner College. In 2000, he became the first first-year Northeast Conference Coach to guide his school to the NCAA Tournament. He was named NEC Coach of the Year in 2009. While at Wagner, he coached Andrew Bailey.

In 2012, Litterio moved to Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey at New Brunswick as an assistant coach. He replaced Fred Hill as head coach in February 2014. Litterio was coach of Rutgers through 2019, when his contract was not renewed.

Source: Wagner bio