Head Coach: Joe Milazzo
Joe Milazzo takes the reigns of the MVCC Softball program in 2012. He has been a coach in the Mohawk Valley for 29 years. He has operated both baseball and softball clinics throughout the Mohawk Valley for over 20 years.
Mr.Milazzo coached American Legion Baseball with Adrean Post of Utica from 1979-1987 and from 2002-2009. Joe was the Head Coach at Notre Dame High School from 1979-1987 and the assistant coach from 2002-2009. He also coached baseball at the collegiate level for Herkimer CCC in 1990 and Mohawk Valley CC from 1991-2001, leading the Hawks to two NJCAA World Series appearances.
Coach Milazzo is currently the JV Girls Basketball and Assitstant Girl's Soccer Coach at Whitesboro High School. His influence on baseball and softball in the Mohawk Valley has been seen at all levels, the Hawks are proud to have him back at MVCC.
Assistant Coach David Scarlino:
27 year high school softball coach
3 year junior varsity coach 1 yr. @ JFK, 2 yrs. @ UFA, 1985, ‘86, ‘87
1 yr assistant varsity coach @ Utica Free Academy, 1988
20 years as Proctor High varsity head coach, 1989-2008
3 years as Westmoreland High School varsity head coach, 2010-’11, ’12. 2011 team had 8 of the top 17 hitters in CSC division
High school teams qualified for sectionals 16 straight years, reached section III class AA finals in 1998, semi-finals in 1999
8 year New Hartford High School Summer League coach, 2004-‘11
1 year coaching in Women’s Northern Fastpitch League, 2012
4 years assistant coach Utica Sluggers girls 16u class B, & 18u class A travel teams, 2009,’10,’11,’12 16u class B NYSASA champions, 2009 & 2010
Over-all record of 293-332
Had numerous girls make all Mohawk Valley, Onondaga League, CCNYL, CSC, all CNY, Section III, NYS all star teams
Had numerous Proctor girls go on to play college softball at the junior college, and Division III level including several play Division I. Several ended up being their college team captain
One of 12 coaches chosen nationally to coach in a softball tournament in Hawaii of outstanding high school juniors from around the USA, 2003