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TAMPA - During his 22 years at Jesuit, John Crumbley has coached a baseball program that is among the country's most well-respected. Now he's about to run an entire athletic department.
Crumbley will become the school's athletic director this fall and continue to coach baseball. He replaces Chris Cano, who will now oversee Jesuit's introduction of lacrosse as a club sport.
"Chris did a great job, and we're very pleased with everything he was doing," Jesuit principal Joseph Sabin said. "John had been the dean for seven years and had indicated to us he wanted to step down. At the same time, Chris was primarily our physics teacher. He had five classes a day along with being AD, which is an incredible workload. It just so happens we found a way of shifting our personnel."
Crumbley, 45, has more than 500 wins, 11 state semifinal berths and three state titles. The 1997 state title team was named national champion by Baseball America.
The school's 10-sport program consistently produces district winners, region champions and state title contenders. As part of his new duties, Crumbley also will oversee the construction of the Al Lopez Complex, an on-campus all-sports training facility.
"I taught math for 15 years, and I've been the dean for seven years, so it was time for a change," Crumbley said. "I thought I was going back into the class, but my principal had other plans. I'm very excited."