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Bob Prince

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Bob Prince – General Manager

Bob Prince returns to the Gatemen serving as the organization’s General Manager for the 2022 season. Prince served as an assistant coach under Gatemen Manager Jerry Weinstein in 2016.

Prince has served as the Head Baseball Coach at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth since 2011.

Prior to joining UMass Dartmouth, Prince served as an assistant coach at Southern Maine since 2004. He helped the Huskies compile an overall record of 231-122-2, three NCAA Division III tournament appearances, two Little East Conference regular-season titles, and three 30-win seasons.

Before joining the staff at Southern Maine, Prince served as an assistant at St. Joseph’s (Maine) from 2000 to 2003, working with another nationally-ranked NCAA Division III program. He also was an assistant coach with the Sanford Mainers of the New England Collegiate Baseball League, one of the top collegiate leagues in the country, from 2000 through 2002. Prior to his collegiate coaching career, Prince served as the head coach at Wells High School and Traip Academy High School, and as head coach of the Southern York Breakers American Legion team.

A native of Wells, Maine, Prince was a three-time American Baseball Coaches Association All-American as an outfielder at Southern Maine, helping lead the Huskies to three appearances in the College World Series and their first national championship in 1991. A four-time member of the All-New England, All-Northeast and All-Eastern College Athletic Conference teams, Prince was named ECAC Division III Northeast Player of the Year in 1991, and played a year of professional baseball in Holland after his graduation. He holds records for the most doubles (63) and highest career batting average (.414) at Southern Maine, was named to the USM and State of Maine Halls of Fame, and was selected as one of the Sports Illustrated top 50 Athletes of the Century from Maine. He also served as the Huskies’ equipment manager and intramural director.

A 1992 graduate of the University of Southern Maine, Prince holds a bachelor’s degree in communications.