Neumann Baseball Camps
Dan DiBartolomeo begins his tenure as the Neumann University head baseball coach for the 2017 season.
DiBartolomeo has been an assistant coach at Neumann for the past two seasons (2015, 2016), where he oversaw much of the recruiting process as well as working with the infielders, base runners and hitting. Prior to coming to Neumann he served as an assistant coach at Stockton College in 2012.
DiBartolomeo was a three-year starter for West Virginia University. He set the Mountaineers' single season record for hitting, batting .439 in 2009. The mark ranked DiBartolomeo fourth in the NCAA in batting that season and was ranked the No. 1 third basemen in the country by Rivals.com. He was named to the ABCA/Rawlings All-East Region First Team and All Big East for his efforts. DiBartolomeo registered a .356 career batting average at WVU and was a two time pre-season all Big East selection. He graduated from West Virginia in 2013 with his bachelor's degree in Sociology.
Drafted as a Catcher, by the Texas Rangers in the 10th round out of Limestone College, Joe will work primarily with the catchers and hitters. Coached current Knight catcher, Cody MacNair, to CSAC Rookie of the Year in 2015 and CSAC Player of the Year in 2016. Has over 6 years of professional baseball experience, with the Rangers, Twins, and Rockland Boulders. Maloney, 25, became the first Boulder to take home Can-Am League player of the year honors after a dominating offensive season that included a .337 average, 14 home runs, 83 RBIs, 123 hits, 33 doubles and a league-record 91 runs. Coming off the best individual season in franchise history, he was signed by the Minnesota Twins.
Drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 23rd round in 2015. Attended college at NJIT on a Division 1 baseball scholarship. In his career at NJIT Charlton appeared in 187 games (third on the all-time list), had 707 at bats ( third on the all-time list), with a career batting average of .303 (first in DI era), 136 runs (first on the all-time list), 214 hits ( second on all-time list), 45 doubles (second on all-time list), 18 homeruns (fourth on all-time list), nine triples (fourth on all-time list), 127 RBIs (second on all-time list), 556 putouts and a career fielding percentage of .966. Earned Rookie of the Year Honors for New Jersey as a Freshman.
Coach Camac, a Cardinal O'Hara H.S. standout, was a four year letter winner at Western Carolina (1999-2003), where he helped the team to the Southern Conference Championship and on the the NCAA Regional tournament in 2003. Coach Camac has been coaching since graduating from WCU and is just finishing his Second season as the Knights pitching coach.
A native of Williamstown, NJ, Hammell was a four-year member of the Neumann University Baseball team where he was named to the Colonial States Athletic Conference All-Academic Team for four consecutive years and as the John A. Phillips Scholar Athlete Award recipient in 2012. He was also the captain of the University’s first Baseball Team to qualify for the NCAA Tournament. Scott Hammell is also the Head Coach of the Club Baseball team.
Rich Merchant, a member of the Delaware County and Ridley Township Baseball Hall of Fame, is in his third season as an assistant coach for the baseball program. He previously coached at St. James High School and Brandywine Jr. College.
The Neumann University Baseball team will also be counselors at the camp. The players have a wealth of knowledge and experience with playing as well as with coaching.