Matt Bok is now in his second season with the Hoya baseball program. Bok's primary responsibilities will be serving as the hitting coach and working with the catchers and outfielders. He will also be coaching third base and assisting with recruiting.
Working with the GU hitters last season, the Hoyas set a new school single-season record with 551 hits.
In the summer of 2005, Bok worked with Major League Baseball International's Envoy program, coaching three teams in Germany. The Envoy Program sends experienced professional, college and high school baseball coaches on four-to-eight-week-long instructional assignments to needful baseball federations and organizations around the world.
Prior to coming to Georgetown, Bok played three years of minor league baseball. He played one year of independent ball and two with the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.
During his collegiate career, Bok played one year for Georgetown during the 1998-99 school year before transferring to Notre Dame. Bok played at Notre Dame for three successful years. He was a two-time All-BIG EAST performer and helped lead the Fighting Irish to the 2002 College World Series. He was also a member of the all-time winningest class at Notre Dame, boasting a 188-66-1 record. Bok graduated in 2002 from Notre Dame with a degree in economics.