Head Coach
Rick Giannetti

Head Coach Rick Giannetti is entering is 26th year at the helm of the Charger baseball program. In his time at Dominican he has amassed a record of 723-470 and his overall record stands at 769-520. He has guided Dominican to 15 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Championships, 10 regional tournament appearances, 1 Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championship and 2 NAIA World Series Appearances.His teams have qualified for post season play every year except one.

Giannetti spent his collegiate career at Ramapo College of New Jersey where he was a member of the baseball team for four years. As a pitcher, he never lost a game in college and for three of those years had a single digit statistic for walks allowed. The Roadrunners also went to three regional tournaments in his tenure there. He graduated in 1982 with a double major B.S. in psychology and business.

His collegiate coaching career started at his alma mater joining the team as an assistant coach in 1983 and helped guide the Roadrunners to a National Championship in 1984. Giannetti then took over the reigns in 1988 and spent two years as the head coach. In that time, he made two conference tournament appearances, won a conference championship in 1988 and made a regional tournament appearance.

Coach Giannetti has been awarded the CACC Coach of the Year award 9 times in his tenure, Regional Coach of the Year Award 5 times and was the 2009 Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Coach of the Year. He has also been a finalist for the National Coach of the Year Award 4 times. He has coached 49 All-American players and 119 All-Conference Players and has had 19 players sign professional contracts, with two players) currently in the Chicago Cubs minor league system & one with the Boston Red Sox.

He currently resides in New City, NY with his wife, Vicki, and their three children, A.J., Vincent and Adriana.

Associate Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator
Chad Duesler

Coach Duesler enters his eleventh year on the Charger staff after spending his colletigate career as a four-year member of the team.

Most recently, Duesler spent four of his eleven seasons as part of the Rockland County Boulders, a team in the CanAm League. In 2011 he made the roster as a catcher for the Rockland Boulders inaugural year. After retiring from playing after the 2011 season Duesler was brought on board as a assistant coach from 2012 to 2014 winning the CanAm league Championship in 2014.

During his four years as a player at Dominican, Duesler hit .351 as a freshman, .322 as a sophomore, .317 as a junior and .367 in his senior season. He graduated Dominican College with 133 hits, 98 RBIs and 24 doubles. He was named the 2005 Most Valuable Player of the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Tournament. In 2006 Duesler lead his Charger team to a 42-14 record which hold the school record for wins in Dominican College.

A 2006 graduate of Dominican College, he earned a bachelor's degree in Athletic Training and in 2016 Duesler received his ISSA personal training certification.

Duesler was added to the Hennessy Center staff in 2012 as the Assistant Director.

Coach Duesler currently resides in Garnerville, N.Y., with his wife, Lindsay, his daughter Olivia and their dog Angel.

Pitching Coach
Bob Greiner

Coach Greiner enters his third season on the Charger staff. Coach Greiner was brought in from Mercey College where he had a served as head coach for 5 years.

Greiner brings a successful track record with him that includes a 345-240 career mark as head coach at Manhattanville for two years and Concordia for 11 years. During his tenure with the Clippers his teams made nine playoff appearances, captured three New York Collegiate Athletic Conference (NYCAC) championships (1999, 2000, 2002) and earned four NCAA Division II Regional bids, advancing to a pair of finals.

Greiner is known for his recruiting and player development skills that have led to numerous All-Conference selections and seven All-Americans, including 2003 Division II National Player of the Year, Mike Aviles, now with the Kansas City Royals. He has had four players drafted and gone on to play in the professional ranks.

Greiner was voted by his peers as the 2002 NYCAC Coach of the Year, guiding his team to a 44-12-1 mark, which was a New York State record. He has also served two terms on the NCAA Northeast Regional Advisory Committee.

Pitching Coach
Jason Guadagino

Coach Guadagnino enters his third season on the Charger staff.

Hitting Coach
Anthony Farina

Coach Farina enters his third season as the hitting coach on the Charger Baseball Staff.