ONEONTA — Benjamin Grimm, who was interim baseball coach at Oneonta State this past spring, has had the "interim" taken off his title, the college announced today.
Grimm led Red Dragons to an 18-21 record overall and into the SUNYAC tournament.
Grimm is a former assistant coach at Hamilton College in Clinton. His responsibilities were as the primary pitching coach, recruiting coordinator, camps coordinator, strength and conditioning coordinator and fundraising contact. In his first year as pitching coach with the Continentals, the team’s ERA dropped three full runs from the previous season while the squad enjoyed its longest winning streak in more than six years.
Grimm is the president and head coach of the Sherrill Silversmiths of the New York Collegiate Baseball League.
From 2007-10, Grimm served as the assistant baseball coach at Division II Davis & Elkins.
Grimm earlier served as the assistant baseball coach at Cazenovia College for the spring of 2007 working with the pitching staff of the Wildcats.
Collegiately, Grimm played two seasons at Onondaga Community College before finishing his career at Concord in Athens, W. Va.