Former director of player development elevated to assistant coaching position
Baudinet, who came to the Bluff in August of 2014, spent the 2013-14 season as an assistant coach with the NBA Development League Tulsa 66ers.
While with Tulsa - the affiliate of the NBA Oklahoma City Thunder - Baudinet was involved with all aspects of coaching in addition to assisting extensively with player development both on the floor and through individual video sessions.
Baudinet began his coaching career as an assistant at Division III Trinity College in Hartford, Conn. where he coached for three seasons. He then moved on to an assistant position at Division II American International College in Springfield, Mass. where he coached through October of 2013.
Baudinet was a standout baseball player at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst prior to graduating with a history degree in 2010. A two-time captain as a outfielder, Baudinet holds the Atlantic 10 record for home runs in a game with four vs. George Washington in 2010. He finished his career ranked among the UMass Top 5 in six statistical categories.
Baudinet, who attended Taft High School in Watertown, Conn., began his college career at the University of Rochester where he was part of the varsity basketball team for one season prior to transferring to UMass.
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