Head Coach Shawn Stiffler has announced the addition of Seth Cutler-Voltz to his coaching staff. Cutler-Voltz joins the Fighting Irish after spending the 2022 season under Stiffler at VCU, and previously worked as an assistant coach at Wofford College.
Cutler-Voltz led the Rams to the 2022 Atlantic 10 Championship, winning 17 straight and earning the third seed at the NCAA Chapel Hill Regional where they picked up victories over North Carolina and Georgia. VCU finished the 2022 campaign with a 42-20 record and ranked in the Division I top 20 in ERA (3.91 – 9th), WHIP (1.29 – 12e) and marches allowed per nine innings (3.12 – 10e).
Cutler-Voltz served as an assistant coach for the Wofford Terriers from 2017-2020. He helped the Terriers win the first Southern Conference regular season championship in program history in 2021, following a 36-21 regular season and a SoCon record of 21-9. The 492 strikeouts in the 2021 campaign are the second in SoCon history and the third in program history (Wofford joined the Southern Conference in 1997).
Prior to Wofford, he was on the coaching staff at UT Martin from 2015 to 2016. There, the Skyhawks improved dramatically over those two seasons. The 2016 season saw the Skyhawks win the most games in a season since 2011 and broke a program record of 369 batters.
After graduating from VCU in 2012, where he was a four-year winner under Stiffler, he began his coaching career as a volunteer coach for the Rams. During his playing career, Cutler-Voltz was a workaholic on the mound from 2009 to 2012. He made 73 career appearances, started 47 games and pitched eight complete games, all of which were top-10 in the history of the VCU program. He is second in Ram Baseball history with 338.1 innings pitched in his career.