Last Updated: July 30, 2017

M. Joseph Pustover, CFP

West Allegheny Baseball 2017

West Allegheny High School
205 West Allegheny Road
Imperial, PA 15126


Athletic Director: Dave McBain
Athletic Secretary: Nancy Barner

PIAA District 7

WPIAL Section 2 AAAAA

Brashear
Carrick
Chartiers Valley
Montour
Moon
Trinity
West Allegheny
 
 
Varsity Baseball 

Head Coach: Bryan Cornell
Asst Coach: Jeff Martin
Asst Coach: Greg Marshall
Asst Coach: Jim D'Amico
Asst Coach: Mike Marasco
Asst Coach:  Jim Jaskowski

JV Baseball 

Head Coach: Bill Douglas
Asst Coach: Tim Levcik
Asst Coach:  Andrew Krull

JR High Baseball (9th Grade) 

Head Coach: Matt Kropf
Asst Coach: Mike Serventi
Asst Coach:  Chris Cornell
Asst Coach:  Austin Hampe

(Recruiting Coordinator/Film) 

Ron Neurohr
 
 


Home Field

Varsity & Junior Varsity
Donaldson Elementary

Junior High
West Allegheny High School


2016 Season: 14-6

Section 1 AAA: 6-4


(Former Head Coaches at West Allegheny) 

Bryan Cornell (2004-Present)
Record:  190-87
Winning Percentage:  686%
Years Head Coach:  13+ Years
3 WPIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
1 WPIAL RUNNER-UP
6 WPIAL SEMI-FINAL APPEARANCES
 
 
Dave Oddi (1996-2003)
Record:  95-53-1
Winning Percentage:  638%
Years Head Coach:  8 Years
 
 
Don Lang (1979-1995)
Record:  193-131-1
Winning Percentage:  594%
Years Head Coach:  17 Years
 
1 WPIAL CHAMPIONSHIP
1 PIAA RUNNER-UP
1 WPIAL SEMI-FINAL APPEARANCE
 
 
 
Barry Macek (1977-1978)
Record:  0-17
Winning Percentage:  000%
Years Head Coach:  2 Years
 
 
Alex Kramer (1950-1976)
Record:  116-99-4**  
Winning Percentage:  530**%
Years Head Coach:  27 Years
 
**No data or incomplete for several years.
 
 
 

The West Allegheny Baseball Program believes that the purpose of its Interscholastic Athletic Program is to function as an integral part of the total secondary educational process, and to provide learning experiences that will contribute to the personal, physical, and psychological development of the individual student athlete. The district is committed to providing a wholesome learning environment through proper facilities, equipment and staff necessary to support this program. As many participants as possible will be given the opportunity to progress through increasingly competitive levels of student-selected activities. Everyone involved must join in partnership to advance this philosophy.

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