Matt Marcewicz comes to Utica in his first season on head coach Doug Delett’s staff in 2021. The Oneonta, NY native brings plenty of experience in the game of baseball, both as a player and as a coach.


Marcewicz was a standout in his hometown of Oneonta, a town with a storied baseball history. He hit a whopping .440 in his junior season of high school before having his senior season get cut short due to injury and graduated in 2009.


Following high school Marcewicz attended Monroe Community College where he spent two years with the Tribunes baseball program. Heading into his freshman season Marcewicz was tabbed Preseason All-Region. Despite battling injury in both spring seasons while wearing the gold and black, he was able to put up two impressive fall campaigns, hitting .420 in the fall of his sophomore year.


After the two seasons in Rochester, Marcewicz transferred and finished out his playing career for the University of Charlotte 49ers while also studying business.


The coaching career of Marcewicz began at USC Beaufort in Bluffton, SC, spending the 2014 and 2015 seasons as a volunteer coach for the Sand Sharks. His next gig began his stint in New York State, joining SUNY Broome as an assistant coach in 2017. Following the 2018 season at Broome, Marcewicz joined Niagara Community College in Sanborn, NY as an assistant coach for the Thunder Wolves.


Marcewicz comes from a baseball family, with his grandfather playing seven seasons in the Cleveland Indians organization.