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Ernie Munoz joined the Cal softball team as its assistant coach for the 2013 season. Munoz spent the 2012 collegiate season as an assistant coach with SFSU, working primarily with the hitters and catchers. Since 2010, Munoz has also served as a private softball and baseball instructor.
In addition to the fact that Munoz was a two-time captain of the San Francisco State baseball team, he also brings with him professional playing and coaching experience.
After receiving his bachelor's degree in criminal justice from SFSU in 2009, Munoz played professionally for 6 years.
During his stay with the Pupfish in 2011, Munoz earned the Pecos League's Offensive Player of the Year award after leading the circuit with a .427 batting average as the team's fulltime catcher. In 61 games, Munoz led the league with 103 hits and was second in doubles (18), RBI (50) and runs (63). Additionally, he earned MVP honors in the Pecos League All-Star Game after turning in a 4-for-5 performance at the plate with a double, two RBI and three runs scored.
While playing for the Gators, Munoz captained the squad in 2007 and 2008, starting all 107 games in center field. He closed his collegiate eligibility by hitting .305 as a senior with five homers and 31 RBI. As a junior, he led the SFSU team in RBI (22) and steals (10) while batting .271. Prior to SFSU, Munoz matriculated at Chaffey Community College. He led the Panthers to an impressive 22-2 conference record and Foothill Conference title all the while earning second-team all-conference honors.