After serving one year as the baseball graduate assistant, Jake Krupar has been named the assistant coach of the Muskingum baseball program.
Last season, Krupar helped guide the Muskies to a total of 328 hits on the year. The Muskies tallied 58 doubles, nine triples, seven home runs, and 174 RBIs. Within that year, Krupar coached two All-OAC honorees, senior pitcher Evan Hinds and freshman outfielder Brett Carson.
Before arriving at Muskingum, Krupar served as an assistant coach at Baldwin Wallace University. While at Baldwin Wallace, he assisted in practices, recruiting, and coached the JV team. His duties also included: coaching outfielders, assisting with hitters, assisting with camps, and player development. Krupar also worked as an assistant coach with the Stark County Terriers Baseball team. In this role, he coached first and third base, outfield, and hitting.
Prior to coaching, Krupar was a four-year baseball letterwinner at the University of Toledo. While at Toledo, Krupar earned baseball Academic All-Mid-American Conference honors in 2017 and the Scholar Baller Award from 2014-2017. Furthermore, Krupar worked within operations in Toledo's athletic department where he assisted in maintaining the athletic facilities.
Krupar graduated from Toledo in 2017 with a Bachelors of Science in criminal justice.