Erin Burner named the unanimous BIG EAST Player of the Year.
St. John's trying to win fifth home opener of Amy Kvilhaug Era.
St. John's will play two games against 2012 SoCon champion and host, Georgia Southern.
Yearly inter-squad scrimmage helps improve Red Storm program.
Guerriero brings BIG EAST experience, local knowledge after 12 years on Seton Hall staff.
Photos from the 2015 NCAA Tucson Regional opening game between St. John's and No. 16/18 Arizona on May 15, 2015. (Photos courtesy of Luke Adams)
St. John's softball vs. Iona on April 15, 2015.
Photos from the San Diego Classic on Feb. 27 - March 1, 2015.
An inside look at the USF Presidents Day Weekend Tournament in Tampa, Florida, from Feb. 13-15, 2015. (Photos courtesy of Jason Roberts/Envision Sports Media)
#SJUSB Photo Gallery: April 1, 2014 Butler 4, St. John's 2 St. John's 7, Butler 5
Bob Guerriero joined St. John's in August of 2012 as an assistant coach for the softball team and is in charge of the outfield and hitting, while assisting in recruiting and administrative tasks. Prior to St. John's, he served in the same capacity at Seton Hall University.
In 2014, Guerriero helped tie a program record .276 batting average on the way to the first ever BIG EAST Softball Championship in St. John's history. Over its 51 games, the St. John's starting four outfielders only committed 10 errors in 159 chances while recording 140 putouts and nine assists.
In his first season with St. John's, the Red Storm finished with a .249 team batting average, .373 slugging percentage, and .310 on-base percentage. Four members of the 2013 squad finished the season with a .340 average or better while Chrissy Montez became the new St. John's home run leader with 16.
During his time with the Pirates, Guerriero directed and implemented infield and outfield strategies, worked with the pitchers as required, assisted the head coach in all aspects, served as a base coach and performed several other vital administrative functions that helped SHU to five BIG EAST Championship appearances, including titles in 2004 and 2005.
During his early years at Seton Hall, Guerriero also served as the Coach and President of the Girls Softball League of Westfield in Westfield, N.J. From 1992-2004 he served as the Parkway Invitational Softball League Director, coaching several travel team squads during that time.
After a four-year career as a starting pitcher at Kean University - where he served as captain and was an All-NJAC honorable mention - Guerriero played three summers of semi-professional baseball.