Coach Chase Rowe took over the La Roche College Baseball program in the fall of 2006 at the age of 23, making him one of the youngest head coaches in the NCAA.
In 2015 he guided LaRoche to school record of 32 wins (record 32-13 overall) and an amazing 14 – 2 record in conference play. LaRoche won its second straight AMCC Champion and went on to just fall short at of winning the Regional. La Roche College Baseball made school history becoming the first-ever team to make it to the NCAA Mideast Regional Championship.
The Redhawks defeated Heidelberg 6-5 earlier in the day before falling to Frostburg State 8-4 in the Championship. Under the leadership of Rowe, the program has a .591 winning percentage in the past 8 seasons. The Redhawks have won 3 Regular Season titles and 3 AMCC Conference Title.