Max Schrantz named Deputy Director for NY/PA Territories

Dan Cevette
President, NY/PA

The Prep Baseball Report (NY/PA) is excited to announce Max Schrantz as the Deputy Director for both states effective January 1, 2022. Max has spent the previous year with PBR serving as our Director of Strategic Initiatives,  Tournament Coordinator, event staff, and event Manager. In his new role, The Deputy Director will work closely with the Executive Director on all aspects of the baseball operations with a concentration on Pennsylvania. 

"I am humbled and honored to serve under the role of Deputy Director for New York and Pennsylvania. This past year has been extremely rewarding since joining Prep Baseball Report and I am excited for what is in store for 2022. Our team is looking forward to getting boots on the ground this Preseason and set the tone for the upcoming year."

"Max has been a tremendous asset to the operations in NY/PA over the last year. He's professional, organized, versatile, and hard working. In this line of work you need to be able to adapt quickly and handle multiple responsibilities on the go and Max excelled in every situation he was put in. This new role will place Max in a position to continue to excel professionally as well as promote growth within the business". - Dan Cevette (President, NY/PA)

Max's BIO:

Schrantz comes to Prep Baseball Report from Canisius College where he served as an Assistant Coach from 2018 through 2020. While in Buffalo, Schrantz served in a recruiting role as a NCAA certified recruiter and worked with the catchers and hitters. The Canisius Baseball program saw success during his tenure, winning the regular season championship in 2018. In the summer of 2019, Schrantz coached for the Kokomo Jackrabbits of the prestigious Northwoods League. Prior to coaching, his playing career began at Mercyhurst North East, playing at the NJCAA level for now Youngstown State University Head Coach Dan Bertolini. Schrantz then moved on to attend Mercyhurst University of the PSAC, playing for Erie Metro Hall of Fame member Joe Spano.