Todd Interdonato is entering his ninth season as head coach of the Wofford baseball program. He was named head coach of the Terriers on June 26, 2007 after previously serving for two seasons as an assistant coach at Wofford. With 193 career wins, he is second all-time among Wofford baseball coaches in that category.
Over the past two seasons, Interdonato has led the program to unprecedented success. In 2014, the overall record of 32-28 was the first winning record since 1992 and the first in the Division I era at Wofford. That was followed by a 39-22 record in 2015, the most wins in school history. It also marked the first back-to-back winning seasons since 1991 and 1992. The team also posted a 13-10 mark in Southern Conference play in 2015, the first winning record ever in league play. The third place finish was also the highest in school history. In both 2014 and 2015, the Terriers reached the SoCon Tournament semifinals. Wofford led the nation in total stolen bases in both seasons.
Last season the 39-22 overall record marked the most wins in school history. In the Southern Conference, Wofford was 13-10 with series wins over VMI, The Citadel, Samford, UNCG, and Furman. The Terriers third place finish in the SoCon standings was the highest in school history. Wofford opened the 2015 Southern Conference Baseball Championship with a win over #6 seed Furman, eliminated Furman and advanced to the semifinals for the second straight season before falling to #2 seed Samford.
The Terriers led the nation in stolen bases with 138, were second in stolen bases per game with 2.26, ranked 13th in on base percentage and 15th in batting average. Wofford set new school records in four team categories, including walks received, fielding percentage, strikeouts (503) and sacrifice flies. Senior first baseman Conor Clancey was named a Louisville Slugger second team All-American, while senior designated hitter Matt Ramsay earned CoSIDA Academic All-America honors. Clancey, Ramsay, pitcher Matt Milburn, and outfielder James Plaisted were named All-Southern Conference. In addition, pitcher Adam Scott, outfielder Kody Ruedisili and designated hitter Matt Ramsay earner All-Southern Conference Tournament honors. Following the season, pitchers Luke Leftwich (7th round/Phillies) and Will Stillman (29th round/Red Sox) were selected in the MLB Draft, marking the first time in school history two players have been picked in a season. In addition, 22 players were named to the Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll.
This is Interdonato’s eleventh season on the staff at Wofford, spending the first two seasons as the hitting coach and offensive coordinator for the Terriers. While coaching third base, he was responsible for all offensive decisions during the game. In addition, he was the recruiting coordinator, handling all aspects of recruiting for the program.
In 2007, Wofford set school records for base hits, runs scored, doubles, home runs, total bases and RBIs. The Terriers led the nation in home runs per game at 1.71 (108 in 63 games), and were fourth nationally in slugging percentage (.519) and tenth in OPS (on-base percentage plus slugging percentage) at .903. Wofford also tied the then-school record for wins in a season with 30. Interdonato’s influence on the Wofford offense began in 2006. The Terriers stole 90 bases and set school records with 103 doubles, 777 total bases and 66 hit by pitch during the 2006 season.
A 2000 graduate of UNC Asheville, Interdonato came to Wofford after working as an assistant coach at Fort Scott (Kan.) Community College in 2005. He previously served a two-year tenure as an assistant at Gardner-Webb, where he received an MBA in 2004.
Interdonato began his coaching career as an assistant with UNC Asheville in the 2002 season where he was the primary hitting and outfield instructor. He was also responsible for placing players in summer collegiate leagues.
Interdonato and his wife, the former Melissa Jones, were married in July 2012 and reside in Greer, South Carolina with their dog, Elvis. They have two daughters, Keegan and Kierlan.
J.J. Edwards joined the coaching staff in the fall of 2011 as the volunteer assistant and was promoted to assistant coach in the summer of 2012. He will continue to work with the hitters and infielders.
During the 2014 season, the team set a school-record with 32 wins. The overall record of 32-28 was the first winning record since 1992 for Wofford. The team led the nation in stolen bases with 153 and stolen bases per game with 2.55. Wofford also set new school records in walks received and fielding percentage.
In the 2013 season, his work with the offense resulted in the Terriers leading the nation with 163 stolen bases. The team was also first in the SoCon in sacrifice bunts.
In his first season on the staff he worked primarily with the outfielders and coached first base. The team won 22 games for the second straight year and was 9-21 in the SoCon for the third straight season.
He was a four-year letterwinner and three-year starter at Sacred Heart. Playing primarily in the infield, he was team captain in 2010 and 2011. In 2011, the team won the Northeastern Conference Championship. Edwards earned first team Northeastern Conference and first team New England honors in 2011 as he led the team with a .372 batting average and 80 hits. He had a .340 career batting average and was also named to the Northeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll in 2010 and 2011.
Prior to joining the Terriers he was an assistant coach for the Oneonta Outlaws of the NYCBL during the summer of 2011. He played in the NYCBL for three seasons with the Elmira Pioneers, earning first team honors in 2009.
A native of Endwell, New York, Edwards received his bachelor’s degree in history from Sacred Heart in 2010 and added a masters in the art of teaching in 2011. He is also a certified teacher.
Seth Cutler-Voltz is entering his first season with the Wofford Baseball Program and will serve as the Terrier’s pitching coach. Cutler-Voltz recently completed his second season as an assistant coach in the Skyhawk baseball program. He was a vital member of the Skyhawks' improvement over the last two years, as UT Martin amassed 18 Ohio Valley Conference wins (tied for the most in a two-year span in school history). The Skyhawks won 19 games last season (the most for the program since 2011), one year after notching their first win over a ranked opponent since 2009 with a 6-2 win over No. 15 Missouri State on April 7, 2015.
Last season, Cutler-Voltz's pitching staff recorded 369 strikeouts, setting a new program record in that category. UT Martin also tossed its first OVC shutout since 2008 when the Skyhawks blanked Eastern Illinois by a 2-0 margin on May 14.Cutler-Voltz worked with Alex Evans, who accounted for eight wins in 2016 and also coached Patrick Bernard (the program's all-time saves leader) and Dom Bazzani (71 strikeouts as a redshirt freshman, fifth-most in UT Martin history).
In 2015, Cutler-Voltz oversaw a Skyhawk pitching staff that combined for 10 saves and 331 strikeouts, which ranked second and fourth, respectively, in UT Martin single season history.
Prior to his appointment at UT Martin, Cutler-Voltz spent two seasons as a volunteer assistant at VCU. He took over the day-to-day pitching operations for the Rams, who posted a 65-46 overall record in his two years on the coaching staff. In 2014, the Rams surged into the Baseball America top-25 polls and ended the season with a 37-20 record, the most wins for the program since 2007.
Cutler-Voltz's successful start to his coaching career followed a four-year playing career at VCU. He concluded his collegiate playing days ranking second in career innings pitched (338.1), fourth in career games started (47), ninth in career strikeouts (229) and 10th in career appearances (73). He won 18 games with a 4.31 career ERA while posting nearly a 3:1 strikeout-to-walk ratio (229 strikeouts against 77 walks).
A Richmond, Va. native, Cutler-Voltz graduated from VCU with a degree in exercise science in 2012. He also obtained his M.S. in Sports Leadership from VCU in 2013.
Josh Schulman enters his first season with the Wofford Baseball Program after spending last season as an assistant coach with the Pomona-Pitzer Baseball team, where he worked primarily with the pitching staff.
Schulman joined the Sagehens after competing for four years at the University of Rochester, where he was a left-handed pitcher. He became a volunteer assistant coach after graduating in 2015, after also serving as an assistant coach with the Victor RailRiders in the PGCBL.
As a player at Rochester, Schulman earned honorable-mention All-Liberty League honors as a senior, and was named to the Capital One Academic All-District team. During his senior year, he led the team in starts, innings pitched, complete games, shutouts and strikeouts, led starting pitchers in ERA and batting average against. He led the UAA and Liberty League in shutouts in 2015, breaking the school record.
Schulman also helped his Rochester squad to a school record 17 straight wins in 2015. He was a part of a program that reached the 25-win plateau as both a junior and senior, and qualified for the Liberty League Tournament Championship for the first time in school history.
In addition to playing for Rochester, Schulman was also a two-year member of the Niagara Power of the New York Collegiate Baseball League in the summers of 2013 and 2014, serving as a team captain his second year. He also was a communications intern for the Rochester Red Wings, the AAA affiliate of the Minnesota Twins.
A Dean's List student in five of a possible seven semesters, Schulman served as the baseball representative to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee at Rochester, and was a founder and two-time president of the campus chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
A College Station, T.X. native, Schulman graduated from the University of Rochester with a B.A. in Political Science and English and will be receiving his M.S. in Sports Management from Texas A&M in 2017.