Scott Renauro joined the Washington College baseball staff as an assistant coach in September 2014. He also works in the College's Center for Career Development.
No stranger to the Centennial Conference, Renauro spent the prior two seasons at league rival Swarthmore College as an assistant coach. There, he developed and trained the team's hitters and infielders and served as the third base coach. With Renauro on staff, the Garnet won 22 games in 2013, their most in 27 years, and had student-athletes earn All-Centennial Conference honors seven times.
A four-year starter in the middle infield, Renauro played collegiate baseball at Eastern University. He twice earned All-Conference honors, leading the Eagles to the program's winningest season as a sophomore and earning recognition as Eastern's top male student-athlete in the process. He hit .415 with an on-base percentage over .600 that season and finished his career with multiple single-season and career school records.
Renauro's coaching experience also includes a stint as the head coach of the 13- and 14-year old Nether Providence Legion Program in Pennsylvania, guiding that program to its first-ever State Championship in any age group. He also directed more than 10 camps and clinics at Swarthmore and has instructed at a number of other college recruiting and instructional camps.
Renauro earned his B.A. in Marketing and Management from Eastern in 2012. He resides in Dover, Del., with his wife, Amanda.
Cooper Belyea was hired as an assistant baseball coach at Washington College during the summer of 2016.
Belyea spent the 2015-16 season as an assistant coach and junior varsity head coach at his alma mater, Ithaca College. He worked with catchers on their positional development, assisted with daily coaching duties, and aided in recruiting. As junior varsity head coach, he ran all aspects of the Bombers' junior varsity program.
During the summer of 2016, Belyea served as an assistant coach with the Newark Pilots of the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League, again with an emphasis on the development of the team's catchers. He also worked several summers for Ithaca's Baseball Prospect Players Camps and worked as an equipment manager at Ithaca's Athletics & Events Center while a student.
Belyea played four years of varsity baseball for the Bombers, starting at catcher and earning All-Empire 8 honors as a junior. Off the field, Belyea helped raised $34,000 for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention as a team leader and was a volunteer for the annual Walk-a-thon conducted by the Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes.
Belyea earned his B.S. in Sport Management from Ithaca in December 2015.
Pat Lemmo was named the pitching coach for the Washington College baseball team in September 2016. Lemmo was an All-American pitcher in his collegiate playing days at Ithaca College and went on to pitch professionally in independent leagues.
As a senior at Ithaca, Lemmo was named a 2013 first-team All-American by both the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) and D3Baseball.com. He was also named the Empire 8 Conference Pitcher of the Year and a first-team Empire 8 All-Star for the second year in a row that season. He went 12-2 with a 1.76 ERA and five complete games as a senior. He also struck out 71 batters while walking only 18. He helped lead the Bombers to back-to-back Empire 8 Championships and NCAA Tournament berths.
Lemmo went on to pitch for the Alpine Cowboys of the Pecos Professional Baseball League and the Sonoma Stompers of the Pacific Association of Professional Baseball. He was named a Pecos League All-Star. He has also coached youth baseball at both Ithaca College and for the CNY Baseball Warehouse.
Lemmo received a B.S. in Exercise Science from Ithaca in May 2013.