Bob Hunt Steps Down As Varsity Baseball Coach

Monroe Varsity Baseball Coach, Bob Hunt has resigned to spend more time with his family.  Coach Hunt spent 21 seasons at the helm of the Hornets program during which the program has consistently been revered as one of the top programs in Southwest Ohio. During Coach Hunt's tenure, the Hornets have amassed a record of 364 wins and 191 Losses. Coach Hunt leaves as winningest coach in program history.  

Along the way Coach Hunt led the Hornets to 7 League Titles, 3 Sectional Titles, 2 District Championships and 2 Regional Tournament appearances. 
28 former members of the Monroe Baseball Program have gone onto continue their playing career at the collegiate level, which is the statistic Coach Hunt is most proud of.
In 2017, Coach Hunt was inducted into both the Miami Valley Baseball Coaches Assocation Hall of Fame (as a coach) and the Monroe High School Athletic Hall of Fame (as a player). Coach Hunt is a 1989 graduate of Lemon Monroe High School where he was a multi-sport athletes in football, basketball and baseball. 
Shared Monroe High School Athletic Director Eric Silverman, "For the last 21 years Coach Hunt has been a fixture in our baseball dugout and is going to be greatly missed. Coach Hunt's knowledge and coaching ability are undeniable, but what we are going to miss the most is his ability to build relationships with his players. Coach Hunt treated his players like they were his own and his desire for them to improve and succeed were clearly reflected in how he ran his program. The positive impact that Coach Hunt had on the hundreds of players that participated in his program during his tenure is undeniable and unquestionably his greatest legacy.  I can't thank Coach Hunt enough for his dedication to our student-athletes, school and community over the last 21 years and am excited for what the future has instore for him and the time he'll get to spend with his wife and two wonderful children."