Brett Pitzulo will serve as the Ohio Glaciers Director of Operations and Lead Hitting Instructor. Pitzulo has spent his coaching career in numerous places. He was the hitting coach at Boardman High School and Head Coach for the Astro Falcons before coming to Glaciers in 2012. At Glaciers, Pitzulo has coached numerous college baseball players throughout his time at Glaciers. Brett coached the Glaciers national teams for 4 years before becoming the Director of Operations. He played his college baseball at Otterbein College and Mercyhust University.

“Brett has been a great mentor for me these past 5 years. He not only helped me develop the tools to become a division 1 athlete. But, more importantly he taught me the mental side of baseball and what it takes to truly be great.”

- Padraig O’Shaughnessy, YSU Baseball

"As a sophomore in high school I began hitting with coach Pitzulo I was a below average hitter at the time. With hard work and many hitting sessions I have transformed my swing and approach to be a successful division one baseball player.”  

- Braeden O’Shaughnessy, YSU Baseball

“I began hitting with Coach Pitzulo at 13 years old. At the time I was a young player trying to develop. Coach Pitzulo worked with me for countless hours. He is the reason today I am able to call myself a division 1 baseball player.”

- Lucas Nasonti, YSU Baseball



Joe Gabriel will serve as the Ohio Glaciers General Manager. Bio coming soon!






Scott Knox will serve as the Ohio Glaciers Fielding Instructor. Scott Knox attended Columbiana High School, State College of Florida and then finishing up college at University of Kentucky. Scott Knox was apart of the Pittsburgh Pirates farm system for 3 seasons. Scott Knox currently coaches at Boardman High school and has been with the Glaciers since 2007



Richie Serignese will serve as an Ohio Glaciers Instructor. Richie has spent the last 2 years in the Glacier organization as the Pitching and Infield Coach for the 17U and 18U teams. During that time the teams accumulated an overall record of 48-19. Additionally, Richie was in charge of player development and was an important cog in getting 7 of the players signed to play college baseball. As a player he led Neshannock High School to a WPIAL and PIAA State Championship in 2015. After high school, he moved on to California University of PA (Cal U) to play college baseball in the Division 2 PSAC baseball conference. While at Cal U he accumulated a career record of 7-3 with 4 saves. He finished up his college playing career with 57 pitching appearances which ranks 3rd all time in the history of Cal U Baseball. For lessons email Richie here or call/text at 724-651-9323.




Maria Meadors will serve as the Ohio Glaciers Administrative Manager. Bio coming soon!