Steve Mrowka is a college coach.
Mrowka played hockey, football and baseball in college. The Boston Red Sox took the infielder in the 9th round of the 1985 amateur draft out of Polk Community College. In spring training the next year, he had a career-ending elbow injury. He returned to college to get a master's degree.
From 1993-1998, Mrowka managed the Hyannis Mets of the Cape Cod League, where he worked with Pat Burrell and Kris Benson. Steve was 407-231-2 as head coach for Georgia College & State University from 1994 to 2004 after being an assistant there from 1991-1993. He was the Peach Belt Conference Coach of the Year. He took the team to the 1995 Division II College World Series, where they finished second to Florida Southern College. In 1998, GC&SU got its first #1 ranking ever, before fading to a 31-26 finish. The school was ranked #1 again in 2002, when they finished 14th in NCAA Division II.
In 2004, Mrowka became head coach at George Washington University, a job he held for 8 years.
Source: George Washington bio
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