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Demie Mainieri

Demie J. Mainieri is an American college baseball head coach.

Mainieri is from New Jersey. He graduated from West Virginia University in 1963 with a Ph.D. in education and administration.[1] He served as an assistant coach in college football at Columbia University under head coach Lou Little.[2]

Mainieri served as the head coach at Miami Dade Community College for thirty years, starting in 1960.[3][4] He was named athletic director in 1963.[2] Mainieri became the first junior college coach to win 1,000 career games. Mainieri won 1,012 games at Miami-Dade.[3]

His son, Paul Mainieri, is the head coach for the LSU Tigers baseball team.[3]

Mainieri was inducted into the NJCAA Hall of Fame in 1983.[5] In 2014, Mainieri was elected into the National College Baseball Hall of Fame.[3]

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