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Baseball Coach Highlight:

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Mark Martinez

Assistant Coach San Diego State University

Assistant Coach Mark Martinez was hired on July, 28, 2005, arriving at SDSU after 17 years as an assistant at the University of New Mexico.

Martinez's responsibilities include being in charge of the Aztec infielders and he also serves as SDSU's third base coach during games. In addition, he will be involved with the Aztec baseball camps and clinics, a series of seminars offered each winter and summer.

During his tenure as a hitting and infield coach at New Mexico, Martinez was a key member in leading the Lobo offense that has been one of the most prominent in the nation in recent years. New Mexico was ranked among the top 11 teams in the nation in hitting his final four seasons and the Lobos were ranked among the top 10 in batting, slugging, doubles, triples and homers in 2005. He also helped lead the Lobos to the 2000 Mountain West Conference regular-season title.

 

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Mark Martinez

Assistant Coach San Diego State University

Assistant Coach Mark Martinez was hired on July, 28, 2005, arriving at SDSU after 17 years as an assistant at the University of New Mexico.

Martinez's responsibilities include being in charge of the Aztec infielders and he also serves as SDSU's third base coach during games. In addition, he will be involved with the Aztec baseball camps and clinics, a series of seminars offered each winter and summer.

During his tenure as a hitting and infield coach at New Mexico, Martinez was a key member in leading the Lobo offense that has been one of the most prominent in the nation in recent years. New Mexico was ranked among the top 11 teams in the nation in hitting his final four seasons and the Lobos were ranked among the top 10 in batting, slugging, doubles, triples and homers in 2005. He also helped lead the Lobos to the 2000 Mountain West Conference regular-season title.