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Colorado State Pueblo - Baseball Camps

ThunderWolves Baseball Camps

Coaching Staff

Eddie Williams  |  Assistant Coach

Eddie Williams joined the ThunderWolves coaching staff as a full-time assistant coach in the summer of 2015.

In his three years as a full-time assistant, Williams has worked with the Pack's pitching staff. Williams guided Kyle Lazcano to First Team All-RMAC and Second Team All-Region honors in 2017.

One year earlier, Williams helped Cameron Weinberg to Second Team All-RMAC honors. In both of his seasons as a full-time assistant, the Pack has made the postseason.

Williams spent the 2015 season as a volunteer assistant coach with the Pack, working with the catchers and pitchers. During the summer of 2014, he served as an assistant coach with the Pueblo Collegians of the Mile High Collegiate Baseball League.

As a player at CSU-Pueblo, Williams played in 51 games during the 2014 season. Williams amassed 41 hits, 24 RBIs and 23 runs scored. At the conclusion of the 2014 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament, Williams was tabbed to the all-tournament team after going 6-for-16 at the plate with four RBIs and two runs scored.

Prior to joining the Pack, Williams spent two seasons behind the plate at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. Williams began his collegiate baseball career at Seward County Community College in Liberal, Kan. In 2011, Williams helped lead Seward to the JUCO World Series in Grand Junction, Colo.

Williams earned an associate’s degree in science from Seward in 2011. He went on to graduate from CSU-Pueblo in December of 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. Williams completed his bachelor’s degree with a 3.3 GPA.


Mike Massaro  |  Volunteer Assistant Coach

Former CSU-Pueblo all-conference selection, Pueblo-native and current professional baseball player, Mike Massaro, is entering his fifth season as a volunteer assistant coach with the CSU-Pueblo baseball program.

As a hitting coach for the Pack, Massaro guided Jordan Godman to All-American honors in 2016.

Massaro, drafted in the 13th round of 2005 MLB draft by the Oakland Athletics, reached as high as AAA in the Athletics' system, earning such honors as Northwest League Player of the Month in July 2005 with the Vancouver Canadiens, and Midwest League All-Star honors with the Class A Kane County Cougars in 2007.

From 2009-2012, Massaro has been a member of the Gary Southshore Railcats in the independent American Association, establishing himself as one of the league's top players.  He was a 2009 all-star with the Railcats and holds numerous franchise records, including career batting and triples.

As a member of the ThunderWolves from 2003 to 2005, Massaro was a two-time all-conference selection and earned all-RMAC Tournament honors twice.  In 2005, he accomplished the rare feat of earning all-tournament honors both as a pitcher and outfielder.  He is currently the CSU-Pueblo career leader in at bats, runs scored, hits and fielding percentage by an outfielder.

At Pueblo East High School in Pueblo, Colo., Massaro was a three-time first-team South Central League selection and the league's batting champion as a senior in 2002.

Massaro resides in Pueblo.


Mike Sanchez  |  Volunteer Assistant Coach

Former CSU-Pueblo second baseman Mike Sanchez is entering his fourth season as a volunteer assistant coach with the CSU-Pueblo baseball program.

From 2007-10, Sanchez established himself as a rare four-year starter with the ThunderWolves, setting school records for highest career and single season fielding percentage by a second baseman.  As a senior, he earned the distinction as being the hardest in the nation to strike out, whiffing only four times in 144 at bats.  He also set school records in sacrifice hits and currently sits eighth in NCAA Division II history for most career sacrifice hits with 46.


Brian Falsetto  |  Volunteer Assistant Coach

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