Hawaii baseball coach Mike Trapasso will return for at least another season, UH athletic director David Matlin tells KHON2.
Trapasso has coached UH for a total of 19 seasons, and is the program’s only head coach in its history besides Les Murakami.
Trapasso has a career record of 512-505, leading the ‘Bows to the NCAA regionals twice in his tenure. The 2020 Rainbow Warriors were off to a promising 11-6 start before the season got shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Trapasso’s contract was set to expire after the 2020 season. Contract length of his extension has not been disclosed at this time.
“Mike and I have spoken, and he’ll be our coach next year. The 2020 team was off to a great start,” Matlin told KHON2 sports director Rob DeMello. “Had some great games against Vanderbilt and Oregon and I think they were trending 18, 19, 20 wins before the Big West season started. We’re looking forward to the 2021 edition of Rainbow Warrior baseball.”
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