HEAD Varsity COACH | Tom Reindel

Coach Reindel is in his 4th season as the West Morris baseball coach. In 2018, Reindel led the the Wolfpack to a 18 win season and first conference champion since 1993. Coach Reindel attended Hunterdon Central High School where he was an all-area catcher. During his college career Reindel was a member of 2005 Junior College National Championship team at Gloucester County College. After GCC, Reindel moved on to Rowan University where he majored in Health and Exercise Science as well as becoming an All-Conference performer on the baseball field. Coach R has coached club baseball and performed private baseball and softball training for the past 10 years. Prior to becoming the head baseball coach at WMC Reindel was an assistant coach at Immaculata HS. Reindel is currently a football coach at Mendham HS and a basketball coach at WMC. Coach works in the Special Education Department of the West Morris School District.



Coach Faherty is entering his 3rd season as an assistant coach for the West Morris Central Wolfpack.  Prior to joining Coach Reindel at West Morris Coach Faherty coached at East Amwell Middle School for 12 years.  Coach Faherty attended Hunterdon Central High School where he was an All-State pitcher.  He then went on to Salisbury State University(now Salisbury University), while studying business,  he was a part of a conference winning team & voted MVP by his teammates his 2nd year there.  After graduation & a brief stint in banking , Faherty taught at an alternative school for 12+ years.  Now Coach Faherty owns FBA(Flemington Baseball Academy) where he has been coaching & giving instruction for 6 years.  Bottom line, I love baseball & hope to pass that love on to as many people as I can.



Coach Tom Drown attended high school at West Morris Central where he had a successful career as a 3 year varsity award winner and led his team to both a MCT semi final appearance & state championship appearance. Coach Drown moved onto play Collegiately at Moravian College where he was voted team captain during his senior campaign. While at Moravian he was a 4 year starter and helped lead his team to a Landmark Conference title, 2 NCAA tournament appearances, and a national ranking in 2014 - voted the number 1 team in the Mid-Atlantic region. Currently, Coach Drown works at Mendham HS, is the pitching Coach at West Morris HS, Co Founder of Total Arm Care and Coach with the Morris County Cubs. Within 2 seasons at West Morris, Coach Drown has been able to help turn around the pitching staff by implementing a pitching program and culture that helped contribute to the Wolfpack’s first conference title in over 25 years by posting an 18-8 record. 



Coach Gerard Stefanelli has lived a life full of passion for baseball, fitness, and helping athletes become stronger and faster. He attended and played baseball at West Morris Central High School. Gerard then went on to the University of Scranton where he dedicated his studies to exercise science and followed his passion to become a strength and conditioning coach. Since graduating, Gerard has worked with elite youth and high school baseball programs as well as professional baseball players. He continued to follow his passion for fitness and helping athletes be their best on the field by opening his own business, Revolution Fitness and Performance in June of 2018.

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Junior VARSITY COACH | John cassidy

Coach Cassidy is entering his 3rd season as the JV baseball coach at West Morris Central.  For the past 10 years he has also coached a variety of recreation, travel, and tournament baseball teams ranging in age from 10U to 18U.  Cassidy graduated from Lehigh University with a degree in Electrical Engineering and also earned an MBA from Rutgers University.  He is married, has four children, and has been a Mathematics teacher at West Morris Central High School since 2010.

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Freshman COACH | Erik Jacobsen

Coach Jacobsen is in his tenth year as a baseball coach here at West Morris Central, having coached at both the Freshman and Junior Varsity levels.  Prior to coaching for the Wolfpack, he also coached softball at Ridge High School for four years and baseball at Voorhees High School for a season.  Originally from Columbus, Ohio, Coach Jacobsen attended Thomas Worthington High School playing a variety of sports, including baseball where he pitched and played Centerfield.  Coach Jacobsen has been a part of the West Morris community for over fifteen years, with twelve of those years as teacher in the History Department.  He is married, (his wife Joy also works at West Morris Central) and has two sons, Patrick (Eighth Grade) and Luke (Fifth Grade), both of whom will be attending West Morris Central in the coming years.  Coach "J" is thrilled to work with such a strong coaching staff and great West Morris Central families.