Dave Gage
Dave Gage
Title: Head Coach
Phone: 443-394-9321
Email: dgage@stevenson.edu
Alma Mater: Southern Vermont '10
Experience: 3rd year at STE, 8th overall

Dave Gage was named the third Head Baseball Coach in Stevenson history on September 14, 2017.

  • In Gage's first season (2018) the Mustangs' finished 20-20 overall, marking the Mustangs' the first time since 2013 finishing .500 or better in a season
  • Junior, James Wiercinski was named MAC Commonwealth Pitcher of the Year

  • All-MAC Commonwealth Player of the Year (3): 2018: James Wiercinski 2019: Alex Kidwler, Kevin Murray Jr., 
  • All-MAC Commonwealth First-Team (2): 2018: Billy Small, James Wiercinski
  • All-MAC Commonwealth Second-Team (3): 2018: Johnny D'Aquanno 2019: Matthew Kerber, James Wiercinski
  • All-MAC Commonwealth Honorable Mention (1): 2018: Jordan Moore

  •  Inducted into the SVC Hall of Fame in 2016

  • Gage was named Head Coach of his alma mater in May 2012, following one season as the program's pitching coach
  • in 2016, Gage guided Southern Vermont to a school record 20 victories and a runner-up finish in the New England Collegiate Conference
  • During his tenure at SVC, he coached a total of nine NECC All-Conference Team
  • A pair of his players at SVC went on to play professionall
  • The 2016 and 2017 squads each posted over a 3.0 GPA after the 2013 team also finished the year with a team GPA over 3.0
  • Pitching coach for the league’s Pittsfield (Mass.) Suns in 2012
  • Served as a field manager and director of player development for the Wachusett (Mass.) Dirt Dawgs of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League in 2015
  • Gage got his start in coaching while a student at Southern Vermont, guiding the Tri-County Bees 18U squad from 2007-11

  • For Gage's three seasons on the SVC baseball team, he was the starting second baseman for the mountaineers and served as one of the team's captains during his final three seasons
  • Lead the mountaineers to the NECC playoffs in 2009, 2010, and 2011, the first ever appearances in program history
  • A career .305 hitter, Gage holds many school records, as he is the school’s all-time leader in saves and hit by pitches
  • Gage has the highest career on-base percentage (.480) in school history and ranks second in games played for the Mountaineers

  • The valedictorian of the 2010 graduating class at Southern Vermont, Gage completed his undergraduate degree in sport management in three years
  • Gage married his wife Hannah in August 2017