PITCHING INSTRUCTOR/HITTING INSTRUCTOR
Anthony Morris graduated Clarkstown South high school in 2013. He played four years for their baseball team and three years as a member of the varsity team.
In the Fall of 2013, he attended St. Thomas Aquinas college (STAC) on a baseball scholarship. He played baseball as a pitcher at STAC for all four years. During his freshman year he contributed to the team by starting and coming out of the bullpen.
That year, STAC made it to the college World Series in Cary, North Carolina. In Morris’ sophomore year he was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player in the 2015 East Coast Conference Champion. In 2016 – 2017 season Morris was named to the All-East Regional Team.
In 2017, Morris led the STAC Spartans to the World Series beating the #1 ranked Southern New Hampshire by a score of 13 – 2. He pitched a complete game to claim the NCAA Division II East Regional Title. During Morris’ senior year he broke multiple records, including most wins in a single season, where he went 10-1 on the year.
Morris also holds the record for most appearances in STAC history at 50 games, and most wins at 25 in a four year span. Morris also pitched a record breaking 275 innings at STAC. Morris was the first pitcher at STAC to record a win in the College World Series in Grand Prairie, Texas. STAC finished third in the nation in 2017.