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Kevin Michael O'Sullivan
- Born December 27, 1968 in Goshen, NY USA
Kevin O'Sullivan has coached for over 15 years.
O'Sullivan hit .351 in two years as a catcher at the University of Virginia and made first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference as a senior in 1991. In 1992-1993, he was an assistant at Florida Community College. While getting his master's degree in exercise science and wellness, he was an assistant coach at Florida Atlantic University in 1994-1995. He served as Virginia's pitching coach in 1996 and 1997, working with Seth Greisinger. He then briefly was in the pro ranks as a coach for the 1998 GCL Twins.
O'Sullivan then spent 1999 through 2007 at Clemson University, working his way from assistant coach up to associate head coach. There, he worked with B.J. LaMura, Tyler Lumsden, Danny Moskos and Mike Paradis.
Kevin became head coach at the University of Florida in June 2007. He took the team to the 2010 College World Series.
Source: Florida bio
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