Rembielak in 2013
|Team||Perry High School (Stark County, Ohio|
|Alma mater||Miami (OH)|
|1984||Quad Cities Cubs|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1988–1993||Kent State (asst.)|
|2010–2011||Georgia Tech (vol. asst.)|
|2016-present||Massillon (OH) Perry H.S.|
|Head coaching record|
Richard A. Rembielak is an American college baseball coach, who most recently served as the head coach of the Akron Zips from the 2012 through the 2015 season. As of the end of the 2014 season, his career head coaching record is 574–490–1.
Rembielak played college baseball at Miami (OH) from 1979–1981. He was drafted in the 1981 Major League Baseball Draft by the Baltimore Orioles and played five seasons of minor league baseball in the Orioles and Chicago Cubs organizations.
He served as the head baseball coach at Kent State of the Mid-American Conference (MAC) from 1994–2004, and he had a 373–251–1 (.597) record. This included a 200–100 (.667) record against MAC opponents. He won four regular season MAC championships and three MAC tournament titles. He was named the MAC Coach of the Year in 1996, 2000, and 2003.
Rembielak was the head coach of Wake Forest from 2005–2009. In 2007, Rembielak's team finished second in the ACC Tournament, losing 1–0 to North Carolina in the championship game. The team earned an at-large berth to the NCAA tournament. At Wake, Rembielak posted a 95–81 record, including a 42–47 record in conference play. Wake Forest replaced Rembielak with Tom Walter.
Head coaching records
|Kent State Golden Flashes (Mid-American Conference) (1994–2004)|
|1994||Kent State||33–17||18–7||1st||NCAA Regional|
|1995||Kent State||40–18||19–10||2nd||MAC Tournament|
|1996||Kent State||30–21–1||21–7||1st||MAC Tournament|
|1997||Kent State||29–28||18–13||3rd||MAC Tournament|
|1998||Kent State||27–28||17–12||2nd (East)||MAC Tournament|
|1999||Kent State||33–25||19–12||3rd (East)||MAC Tournament|
|2000||Kent State||40–18||20–6||1st (East)||MAC Tournament|
|2001||Kent State||32–30||16–11||2nd (East)||NCAA Regional|
|2002||Kent State||37–22||18–8||2nd (East)||NCAA Regional|
|2003||Kent State||36–18||20–4||1st (East)||MAC Tournament|
|2004||Kent State||36–27||14–10||2nd (East)||NCAA Regional|
|Wake Forest Demon Deacons (Atlantic Coast Conference) (2005–2009)|
|2005||Wake Forest||28–30||12–18||8th||ACC Tournament|
|2006||Wake Forest||33–22||16–13||4th (Atlantic)||ACC Tournament|
|2007||Wake Forest||34–29||14–16||4th (Atlantic)||NCAA Regional|
|2008||Wake Forest||25–31||13–16||3rd (Atlantic)||ACC Tournament|
|2009||Wake Forest||22–30||6–24||6th (Atlantic)|
|Akron Zips (Mid-American Conference) (2012–2015)|
|2014||Akron||28–29||12–15||5th (East)||MAC Tournament|
|2015||Akron||22-24||10-11||4th (East)||MAC Tournament|
National champion Postseason invitational champion
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