Scott Kunert enters his first season as head coach of the Warriors. Kunert grew up in Clinton Township, MI, attending Chippewa Valley High School. He played baseball all four years of high school, including two years on the varsity team under Coach Jim Murphy. His senior year he was named one of the team captains and earned All-Mac Red Conference honors as well as being voted the team MVP.
Kunert continued his baseball career at Rochester College as an infielder and pitcher. During his four years, the Warriors made the USCAA Small College World Series 3 times. After his junior year, Kunert was named a USCAA All-American Honorable Mention and AII All-Conference Honorable Mention, primarily serving as the team's closer. During his career at Rochester, Kunert also earned USCAA Academic All-American three times and NAIA Scholar Athlete twice. Perhaps his greatest baseball accomplishment, however, came after the conclusion of his senior year when he earned the USCAA's inaugural Student-Athlete of the Year Award.
In addition to coaching at Rochester, Kunert served as an assistant coach with both the Oakland Bulldogs and with the Michigan Brewers in the summer of 2015.
Kunert earned his Bachelor's degree from Rochester College in December of 2015 in Secondary Education with a focus in Mathematics and a minor in Biology.