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Michael Wrenn - Head Baseball Coach


Office #: 813-253-7503

Michael joined the coaching staff in the Fall of 2011 as the hitting and catching coach, while heading up the recruiting. Prior to joining the Hawks, he spent 5 years, 2007-2011, as the Head Coach at Armwood High School and made it to the Final Four in 2009 and State Runner-up in 2010. Michael was an Assistant Coach at Chamberlain High School for 4 years, 2003-2006. He was also a Manager for Tampa Elite in the Stan Musial Summer League from 2002-2012 and won the NABF World Series in 2010.

Michael played baseball while he attended Zephyrhills High School. After graduating from high school, he attended to Saint Leo University and played baseball from 1997-1999, where he graduated with a degree in Sports Management. At Saint Leo he made Second Team All-Conference in 1998 and All-Conference in 1999. In the same year he was drafted by the Minnesota Twins, where he played professional baseball for 3 years. He also played a year with Elmira Pioneers in an independent League.

After playing professional baseball, he returned to Saint Leo to coach for a year. Michael resides in Valrico with his wife Stacy.

Coach Colome

William Colome - Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator

Billy Colome joined the coaching staff in 2013 as the Hawks's Infield Coach. He spent the previous 6 years as the Head Coach for East Bay High School in Hillsborough County. Billy also spent 6 years (2005-2011) as a player/manager for NABF Champions Tampa Elite (2010). In 2002, Coach Colome was a Graduate Assistant for his alma mater, College of Charleston.
Billy's playing career started as a shortsop in Miami, FL at Miami Southridge Senior High, where he was a 1995 All-State/All-Dade selection his senior year. He went on to attend Broward Community College from 1996-1997 and was awarded the 1997 NJCAA All-American (NCBWA) and All-Conference selections. He completed his college career at College of Charleston, South Carolina, where he was a 2 time All-Conference selection (1998 TAAC/1999 Southern) and 1999 All-American selection (Louisville Slugger and Baseball America). In 1999, he signed a free-agent professional contract and spent 2 years in the Minor and Independent League. In 2004, College of Charleston retired Billy's number and inducted him in the Couger's Hall of Fame.
Coach Colome graduated from Broward Community College with an Associate in Arts in General Studies and from College of Charleston with a Bachelor in Science in Health Administration.
Coach Colome resides in Apollo Beach, Florida and teaches mathematics at East Bay High School. He is married to Heather and has kids, Brianna and Cooper.