Baseball Manager Honored - Forty Years of Coaching Athletes
(Media, PA) The Alumni Association and Athletics Office of Delaware County Community College will recognize Coach Paul Motta for his 40 years of service to the College’s baseball team. The event is scheduled for Sunday, May 1, 2011 at the Marple Campus immediately following the final home game that begins at noon.
Coach Motta began his coaching career at the College in the spring of 1971 and has coached the Phantoms to nine conference championships including a 16-0 undefeated season in 2010, the first in conference history. He has coached fifteen players to minor league assignments and a former player, Todd Rizzo, went on to the major leagues, eventually playing for the Chicago White Sox in 1998. Coach is widely regarded as one of the all time greats on the baseball field, but more importantly, he has dedicated his life to help shape young lives whenever the opportunity presents itself.
Alumni, family and friends are invited to attend the ceremony on the field for what is sure to be a memorable event for all involved. For more information or to register for this presentation, please call Doug Ferguson, director of Alumni Programs at 610-359-7399 or email.
*Delaware County Community College invites all alumni to participate in our Alumni Association and join us for our many programs and events. It is the best way to keep in touch with your classmates, stay informed about the College, learn about our services, and support the College. Alumni members can help make a difference for the many students who turn to the College for a high-quality education that is both accessible and affordable. Your contribution through the College’s Educational Foundation may fund a scholarship, support a program, equip a classroom or laboratory, or create cutting-edge facilities that enhance learning.
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