Toledo baseball coach steps down

May 20, 2019 | Athletics, News
By Paul Helgren



Cory Mee announced May 20 he is stepping down from his position as the head baseball coach at The University of Toledo to pursue other opportunities.

Mee had served as the Rockets’ head coach since 2004.

Cory Mee served 16 seasons as Toledo’s head baseball coach.

“It has been a privilege to be the head baseball coach at The University of Toledo for the past 16 years,” Mee said. “It’s given me the opportunity to be around so many great people. I want to thank all of my former players, assistant coaches, the athletic department staff, and all of those people that supported Toledo baseball over the years for their efforts in making my experience here a memorable one.”

“We thank Cory for his many years of service and dedication to our baseball program,” Vice President and Director of Athletics Mike O’Brien said. “We wish him well in his future endeavors.”

In his 16 years as Toledo’s head baseball coach, Mee had a record of 366-513-1, including 195-215 in Mid-American Conference play. This past season the Rockets were 17-36 (4-21 MAC). Mee’s best seasons came in 2010 when the Rockets went 34-22 (19-8 MAC) and in 2012 when Toledo finished in first place in the MAC West Division with a 19-8 league mark. His Rockets also came in second in the West Division in 2009, 2010 and 2015.

O’Brien said Assistant Coach Nick McIntyre will serve as interim coach until a new head coach is hired.