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Marc "Benji" Benjamin


I am a former college baseball player who played two years at Cerritos College in Norwalk, California and two years at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah.  After my baseball career was over I started playing men's fastpitch softball at the highest level for men.  My main team was the Larry H. Miller Toyota team based out of Utah.  I was fortunate enough to take my talents overseas playing one season in New Zealand and one season in Australia.


I started coaching college softball in 2010 as an assistant coach at Southern Utah University an NCAA D1 program.  In 2013 I became the head softball coach at Barton Community College an NJCAA D1 program.  I was the head coach at Barton Community College for four years.  I made the transition back to the NCAA D1 level in 2017-18 as the assistant coach at Campbell University.​

Coaching Career

Assistant Coach Campbell University 2017-2018

Head Coach Barton Community College 2013-2017

Assistant Coach Southern Utah University 2010-2013


Head Coaching achievements Barton Community College 2013-2017

138 wins 68 loses .670 winning percentage

Voted Co-Coach of the year KJCCC Conference 2015-16 season.

51-8 school record ranked 9th in the final NJCAA D1 poll 2015-16 season.

36-20 Region VI Tournament Champions 2014-15 season.

1 NJCAA All-American

3 NFCA All-Americans

2 Jayhawk Conference Most Valuable Players

1 Jayhawk Conference Freshman of the Year

19 Jayhawk Conference All-Conference Players

14 Players advancing to four year programs NCAA D1, NCAA D2, and NAIA

Assistant Coach Achievements Southern Utah University and Campbell University

1 Easton All-American

1 Summit League Most Valuable Player

16 All-Conference players Summit League, Big Sky, and Big South Conferences

1 Scholar Athlete of the Year Big South Conference

Improved Southern Utah University from 10 win season 2009-10 to 25 wins in the 2010-11 season.

Made the conference tournament every year as an assistant coach.

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