Torresani new Immaculata head coach

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Immaculata athletic director Patty Canterino announced today that Bryan Torresani has been named the head coach of the Mighty Macs' baseball program.  He replaces Patrick Swift, who led the Mighty Macs to a 9-11 record in 2012.
Torresani comes to Immaculata from La Salle University, where he has been since September, serving primarily as a recruiting coordinator.  He was also heavily involved in the team's fall workout program preparing for the 2013 campaign.

Prior to his tenure at La Salle, Torresani was the assistant head baseball coach at Chestnut Hill College for five seasons.  He worked with the pitching staff for the 2010 and 2011 seasons when Chestnut Hill went to the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference playoffs.  Before working with the pitching staff, Torresani coached outfielders, first basemen, and catchers along with coaching first base during the 2008 and 2009 campaigns.  Additionally, he was heavily involved in fundraising and recruiting for the young baseball program.
While serving as assistant head baseball coach at Chestnut Hill, Torresani was the Associate Director of Admissions responsible for marketing the college and assisting prospective students with the application process.
Before moving to Chestnut Hill, Torresani coached baseball and taught Social Studies at Hatboro-Horsham High School.
Torresani himself played college ball at Elizabethtown and graduated with a bachelor's degree in Social Studies Education in 2006. Additionally, he earned his master's degree at Chestnut Hill in Administration of Human Services in 2010.