Ursinus College - Baseball

Stan Exeter | Head Coach

Stan Exeter recently completed his sixth season as head baseball coach at Ursinus.

Exeter engineered a massive turnaround in the 2017 campaign, leading the Bears to a 25-16 record and an appearance in the Centennial Conference championship series on the heels of a 2-16 CC record the previous year. Ursinus placed six players on the all-conference team.

In his second season at Ursinus, he led the Bears to a 17-17 record, an increase of ten wins from the 2012 season.

Before coming to Ursinus, Exeter was the 2010 Centennial Conference Coach of the Year at Swarthmore. He led the Garnet to 89 wins over six years, including three straight 20-win seasons. His most successful season was during that 2010 campaign as Swarthmore qualified for the Centennial Conference playoffs for the first time in school history. The Garnet advanced all the way to the consolation final.

Exeter also enjoyed success at nearby Arcadia University. During his ten years at the helm, he posted a 181-166 record. Exeter won two conference championships, including in 2006 when the Knights went 18-3 in the conference. He led the 2004 squad to a conference crown as the team finished the season ranked in the top 25 by the American Baseball Coaches Association. In addition to his baseball duties, he managed all athletic event operations and personnel at Arcadia.

A 1992 graduate of Lafayette, he was twice named All-Patriot League as a first baseman.

Chris Threadgill | Assistant Coach

Chris Threadgill is in his second year as assistant coach at Ursinus College.

Tyler Morder | Pitching Coach/Recruiting Coordinator

Tyler Morder joined the Ursinus College baseball staff in the summer of 2019. 
Morder comes to Collegeville after a two-year stint as an assistant at Cabrini, where he helped the Cavaliers cut their league ERA in half during his tenure. Morder mentored two all-conference pitchers and called a no-hitter against Dickinson during the 2019 campaign, when Cabrini won the inaugural America East Conference regular-season title. 
A former collegiate athlete, Morder was a pitcher at Seton Hill University, where he compiled an 11-4 record and 84 strikeouts across 123 innings. Morder earned wins in both the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Tournament and NCAA regional, helping to guide the Griffins to a Division II World Series appearance. He was also an active member of the Education Club while at Seton Hill.
Morder graduated in 2017 with a degree in elementary education/special education. He is working on a master's degree in education and plans to graduate in the spring of 2020. Morder and h is family reside in Palmyra, Pa.