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Ohio State Head Baseball Coach Bill Mosiello Resigns, Taking Assistant Position At TCU

By June 14, 2024 (12:51 pm)Baseball, Sports

Ohio State head baseball coach Bill Mosiello is reportedly leaving the program to return to TCU to be the top assistant and hitting coach with the Horned Frogs according to Kendall Rogers of D1Baseball.

Mosiello spent just two seasons with the Buckeyes, accumulating a 60-51 record while taking the team back to the Big Ten tournament at the end of the 2024 season.

This past season, Mosiello led Ohio State to a 29-26 record and a seventh-place finish in the Big Ten with a 12-12 conference record.

Mosiello originally took over for the 2023 season after Ohio State fired former head coach Greg Beals. He came from TCU where he was the associate head coach and was on staff since 2013. He has also spent time with Tennessee, Arkansas, Auburn, USC and many more, along with multiple years of minor league coaching experience as a manager and a hitting coach.

Buckeye hitters had a solid 2024 season with Mosiello at the helm, hitting .280/.400/.451 as a team with shortstop Henry Kaczmar leading the way with a .320 batting average and seven home runs while walking 30 times.

Landon Beidelschies, who entered the transfer portal earlier this month, led the Buckeyes pitching staff which had a rough go with a team ERA of 6.35.

The Buckeyes will now be on the lookout for the baseball team’s next head coach with the entire offseason left to go as the College World Series begins Friday.

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