Will Delgado
Will Delgado
Title: Assistant Coach
Phone: 321-695-2676
Email: wdelgado1@mercy.edu
Year: Third Season

The 2018 season is Delgado’s 3rd full year involved with Mercy College and his first as assistant coach.  In Coach Delgado’s time with the program he has been responsible for coordinating team affairs as well as offensive and defensive player development, focusing on most outfield and catchers while working as active hitting coach.  In his first year as assistant he has assumed responsibility and has helped Coach Schoen with coordination of recruit for future classes. 

In addition to coaching Mercy College, this past summer Coach Delgado also was involved and was an assistant coach for the Brewster Whitecap in the well-known Cape Cod summer baseball league.  Besides coaching he also held the title of MLB Lesion, responsible for insuring that the scout that attended the games had detailed stats on each player as well has answers any questions they would have about them. 

A native of Carolina Puerto Rico, Will and his four siblings were raised in Winter Park Florida, just outside of Orlando, Florida.  It was here where he attended and played baseball, basketball and football at Lake Howell High School in Seminole County. 

After graduating, Will went on to play for Dan Blue at Catonsville Community College in Baltimore County where he was a two year starter and helped his club make the Region XX DII Baseball Tournament in the first year.  In Will’s short time at CCBC he also able to complete his Associate’s Degree in Health and Fitness.

To Continue Will’s College career, he chose to attend Keystone College, a small Division III college just outside on Scranton Pennsylvania known for their elite baseball program, managed by Jamie Shevchik.  It was here where as a captain Will was able to help lead the Keystone Giants to wins against Cortlandt in the Regional tournament which got them their first appearance in the division three national Tournament.  Will was also able to complete his Bachelor’s in Biology in his time at Keystone.