Fred Nori rejoined the IU Baseball staff as an assistant coach in January of 2014
Previous stints at IU include the volunteer assistant coach in 2007 and student-athlete from 1961-65.
Served as volunteer assistant coach for conference tournament champion and NCAA Regional participant programs Xavier University (2009) and Miami University (2005).
A long history of excellence in Ohio high school baseball, owning over 20 years of head coaching experience (1975-78 & 1993-97 at Middletown H.S; 1964-74 & 1990-92 at Fenwick H.S.) that includes a Class A State Championship (1974)
Earned an IU degree in 1965 and a master's degree from Xavier in 1969.
Played professionally for the New York Mets Organization. Batted .284 with five homeruns and 55 RBI during three seasons of pro ball.
Nori and his wife, Sani, have four children and five grandchildren.
Their sons, Micah and Brady, both played college baseball. Micah played for Indiana (1994-97) while Brady competed under the tutelage of Tracy Smith at Miami (1998-2001). Micah and then-pitching coach Tracy Smith helped lead IU to the 1996 Big Ten Tournament title. Micah is currently an assistant coach for the NBA's Sacramento Kings.
Daughter, Denaire, has history in IU Athletics as well; acting as a women's basketball manager and earning an IU degree in 1995.
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