A valuable addition to the coaching staff, Lance Mauck
joined the Tiger baseball program prior to the 2008 season.
Before joining the
Tigers he was the head baseball coach at Baltimore City Community College and
Anne Arundel Community College.
In addition, he spent eight summers as the manager of the
Staunton Braves of the Shenandoah Valley League in Virginia. While managing and
coaching the Braves in the prestigious league, he worked with 27 players who
have been selected in the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft, including
pitcher Chris Perez of Cleveland, Gaby Sanchez of Miami, and Jon Jay of St.
Mauck helped Staunton win a division pennant in 2003 and
2009 and the Braves were championship finalists in 2004 and 2006.
In 2009, he led Staunton to a 27-17 record and a first
place finish in the South Division standings.
In June of 2011, Coach Mauck was hired by
the Baltimore Orioles to throw batting practice for the remainder of the
At Baltimore City, Mauck led his team to their first
playoff appearance in 18 seasons. The Red Devils set a school record with 29
victories in the 2005 season. The Red Devils also participated in the schools
first-ever Final Four Region 20 Tournament. In his four year stay at Baltimore
City, Mauck made three consecutive playoff appearances. He also sent 23 players
to baseball programs at four-year colleges, and during his one season at Anne
Arundel Community College, nine of his players graduated to four-year schools,
including former Towson pitcher Duane Herr.
A 1990 graduate of Dundalk High School, Mauck lead the
Owls to a regional championship in 1989. He also played at Dundalk Community
College for two years and was the team’s Most Valuable Player as a freshman. In
his sophomore year, he earned All Maryland Juco, and All Region notice as a
In 1993, he played
for Corrigan Ins. (Formerly Johnnie’s), and Walter Youse, helping the team post
a 57-14 record and helped win an AAABA National Championship, in Johnstown, Pa.
A 1995 graduate of Davis & Elkins, he was a two-year
standout for the Senators’ baseball team. As a senior, he was named first team
All-West Virginia Athletic Conference while leading the Senators to the WVIAC
Northern Division title and a regional tournament appearance. Mauck earned 1st
Team All WVIAC and helped the team post a 13-6 league record.
He earned his B.S. in Education from David & Elkins
College, and his M.A. in Health from Salem International University.
Coach Mauck currently teaches in the Health Life Fitness
Department as an Assistant Professor at Baltimore City Community College, and
resides in Dundalk, Md.