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Andy Bay Named Seneca High School Athletic Director

posted Mar 29, 2018, 6:42 AM by DANIELLE IVEY   [ updated Mar 29, 2018, 6:43 AM ]
Seneca High School Principal Cliff Roberts has announced that long time Seneca Baseball Coach Andy Bay has been named Athletic Director for the 2018-19 school year. He will begin his Athletic Director duties this summer.

Coach Bay is a 1994 graduate of Seneca High School and has taught in the Seneca area schools for 19 years. He previously taught at Seneca Middle School where he served as AD for four years and Head C-Team Football Coach. He has taught Physical Education, Weight Lifting, Health and Baseball at Seneca High School for 9 years. Coach Bay has been the Head Baseball Coach at Seneca High School for 16 years. He has served as the Department Chair for the Wellness Department since 2010.

Coach Bay has an overall record of 220-141 in baseball having won the 2017 AAA Upper State Championship. He was also named the 2017 AAA State Coach of the Year. His teams have made the playoffs 13 times since 2002.

Coach Bay said, “I am very excited to have the opportunity to be the Athletic Director at Seneca High School. I am a Seneca High School graduate, and have been teaching and coaching at Seneca for the past 19 years. I am excited to continue to build on the foundation we have in place. We have great student-athletes at Seneca High School and tremendous community support. I am very thankful for the opportunity to work with these student-athletes and coaches.”

Seneca High School Principal Cliff Roberts said, “At Seneca High School we place a lot of value on growing our own. Coach Bay is a lifelong Bobcat. He was a student-athlete at Seneca High, alumni of Seneca High, and played college baseball at Southern Wesleyan University. Coach Bay chose to return to his Alma Mater and invest in our students in the Seneca area for the past 19 years. I have no doubt that Coach Bay will do an outstanding job of building on the foundation that is already in place throughout Seneca High athletics. He is a great example of growing where your feet are planted. Go Bobcats!”