Bob Tereshinski Field Project
In honor and recognition of his long-term commitment to Mount Marty College and his successful years as the Lancers' Head Baseball Coach, it was decided to name the new field "Bob Tereshinski Field."
To learn more about this project and how you can get involved, contact Barb Rezac, Chief Advancement Officer, at (605) 668-1292 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Bob Tereshinski was and is one of the greatest influences that I have had in my life. His love for the game and his players combined with his passion to win made it an awesome experience to play for him. The tradition and standards that Coach T set for the baseball program at Mount Marty are remarkable. The project of renaming the field and turfing the infield is an awesome way to honor Coach T and the great tradition that has been established. This project also creates a better tomorrow for the future of Mount Marty and Yankton baseball at the newly renamed Bob Tereshinski Field."
-Andrew Bernatow '99, MMC Head Baseball Coach
In the early 1980's, Tereshinski coached the Yankton Post 12 American Legion baseball team to two consecutive state appearances. He was also President of the Yankton Chamber of Commerce, President of the Yankton Sertoma Club, and an active member of the Yankton Library Board while managing KQHU radio.
He then returned to coaching on a collegiate level when he began recruiting and coaching in 1988 for a new Mount Marty College baseball program. He lead the Lancers to four NAIA regional appearances, five SDIC regular season and tournament championships, which produced twelve NAIA Academic All Americans, three NAIA All Americans, and three SDIC Coach of the Year awards, culminating to the 1995 South Dakota Sports Writers Association's Coach of the Year selection. In 1999 the Lancers baseball team was chosen as South Dakota Sports Writers Association's College and University team of the Year. Bob completed his eleven year baseball coaching career on the College and Legion Levels with over 400 wins. Bob has the most wins in athletic history of Mount Marty College with 332 victories. In 2004 he was inducted into the Yankton College athletic Hall of Fame and in 2007, the Mount Marty College athletic Hall of Fame.