ROCKY CAPOBIANCO -- ASSISTANT BASEBALL COACH
Rocky Capobianco is in his fifth season as an assistant coach for the Point Park baseball team. The Penn Hills, Pa., native finished up his two-year playing career for the Pioneers in 2008.
Capobianco's duties as assistant coach include running the Pioneers' strength and conditioning program in addition to working with the team's outfielders. During games, he serves as the first-base coach, and he is also involved in recruiting.
Capobianco was an outfielder and a pitcher for Point Park, and he was a team captain as a senior in 2008. He spent the first two years of his playing career at Marietta (Ohio), and he was a member of Marietta's NCAA Division III national championship team in 2006.
Capobianco was a four-year starter for the Penn Hills High School baseball team. He finished his career with the Indians in 2004.
Capobianco earned a bachelor's degree in sports, arts and entertainment management from Point Park in 2009.
RYAN STRENO -- ASSISTANT BASEBALL COACH
Ryan Streno is in his fourth season as an assistant coach for the Point Park baseball team. Streno, a native of South Park, Pa., finished up his playing career at Point Park after the 2009 season.
Streno's primary responsibilities include working with the team's infielders, travel management and recruiting.
Streno was a senior captain for the Pioneers, and he is a former all-conference third baseman. Streno hit nearly .300 for his career, and his best season came in 2008, when he hit .317.
Streno earned a bachelor's degree in sports, arts and entertainment management from Point Park in 2009, and he is currently pursuing a second degree in secondary education at Point Park.
BRYAN NEAL -- ASSISTANT BASEBALL COACH
Bryan Neal is in his fourth season as an assistant coach for the Point Park baseball team. His primary responsibility is serving as the Pioneers' pitching coach.
Neal finished up his playing career at Point Park in 1997 after being a four-year member of the Pioneers' pitching staff.
Neal enjoyed a standout senior season in 1997 to cap off his career at Point Park. He was 12-3 with seven complete games in 14 starts as a senior. That year he pitched a team-high 86.3 innings in 19 appearances.
For his career, he was 24-10 with a 5.04 earned-run average. He made 61 apperances with 34 coming as a starter. Neal registered 16 complete games, and he had six career saves. Neal was 7-2 with a career best 3.97 ERA as a junior in 1996.