Pete Pasquarosa, who has been involved in coaching for more than two decades, is in his fifth season on the Wheaton staff in 2014. Pasquarosa is responsible for the development of all infielders and outfielders on the club in addition to assisting with recruiting.
Since 2004, Pasquarosa has served as an assistant coach with the Harwich Mariners of the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League (CCBL) after coaching in 1991 with the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox.
From 2007-09, Pasquarosa was an assistant coach at New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) counterpart Babson College, which he helped win the league tournament title and qualify for the NCAA Tournament in 2009. During the prior two springs, Pasquarosa was an assistant coach at Division I Boston College, which set a school record with 37 wins his first year.
Between 1988 and 2004, Pasquarosa worked with the baseball program at nearby Franklin High School, including heading the varsity team for the final 13 years of that stint. Pasquarosa was also the school's athletic director from 1992-2001. In 2000, he was honored as an American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) regional coach of the year and earned a top coaching accolade from the Boston Globe. Two years later, Pasquarosa was lauded at Fenway Park for earning a statewide sportsmanship award.
Pasquarosa served as the head instructor for the Franklin-based Tri-Valley Baseball camps from 1988-2003 and was the director of baseball clinics at Boston College in 2005 and 2006. He also spent time as a Bay State Games coach from 1994-2003. Beyond coaching, Pasquarosa has produced articles that have run in coaching and physical education publications while also speaking at major coaching functions.
After earning an associate's degree from Dean College in 1974, Pasquarosa played two years for Georgia Southern University, graduating with a degree in health and physical education in 1978. He received a master's degree in education from Salem State College in 2007.
Pasquarosa is a member of the Massachusetts Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame.