Bob Wojick returns in 2019 for his seventh season as an instrumental member of the Wesleyan coaching staff.
In his 42 years of coaching college baseball, his teams have won 1,359 games, and he has never had a losing season. Prior to joining the Cardinals, he served in an assistant-coaching capacity for 36 years at Eastern Connecticut State. Wojick's experience and knowledge in all facets of the game was a prime reason his teams won the NCAA Division III national championship four times, appeared in the College World Series 12 times, and played in a regional 31 times.
In 2005, he was named the National Assistant Coach of the Year by the American Baseball Coaches Association and Baseball America magazine. He is the only non-Division I coach to receive the award. In 2009, he also earned the New England Assistant Coach of the Year honor by the New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association.
A three-year letter winner as an outfielder at Eastern Connecticut, Wojick joined the coaching staff in Windham, Conn., during the 1972 season. He took five years off to spend more time with his family, before returning in 1995. He was inducted into the Warriors' Hall of Fame in 1992.
Wojick graduated in 1971 from Eastern Connecticut with a Bachelor of Arts in applied social relations, and then he received a master's in industrial education from Central Connecticut State. He retired after 35 years teaching in the Hartford Public School system.
He and his wife Sandy have two grown children, Kimberlee and Brian.