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Jake Boss

Head Baseball Coach, Michigan State

About

Jake Boss played college baseball at Division III Alma College from 1990-1993. In the mid-1990s, Boss served as a high school and community college baseball coach before accepting an assistant coaching position at Eastern Michigan prior to the 1997 season. He left Eastern Michigan after the 2004 season to serve as an assistant at Michigan from 2005-2007.

On July 1, 2008, Boss was named head baseball coach at Michigan State. Boss made his first NCAA Tournament appearance with Michigan State in 2012.

Boss was named the head coach at Eastern Michigan for the 2008 season and spent one year there. Under Boss, the team lost its first 17 games but went 25-17 for the remainder of the season. The Eagles won the Mid-American Conference (MAC) Western Division Title and the MAC Tournament, thus qualifying for the NCAA Tournament.

On July 1, 2008, Boss was named head baseball coach at Michigan State. Boss made his first NCAA Tournament appearance with Michigan State in 2012.