Head Coach– Richard Bielski
Coach Rich Bielski is in his 10th year as a baseball coach at Archbishop McCarthy. He has 22 years of experience coaching high school baseball, 18 of those as a head coach. He graduated from Miami-Dade Community College with an Associate of Arts degree, the University of Georgia with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Mathematics Education, Nova Southeastern University with a Master’s of Science degree in Computer Science Education, and then earned his certification in Guidance & Counseling K-12 from St. Thomas University.
Coach Bielski received a baseball scholarship to Harford Community College out of high school, then transferred to Miami-Dade Community College for his second year where he was named Student-Athlete of the Year and drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers and New York Yankees. He then accepted a scholarship to the University of Georgia where he played for the Bulldogs and was named All-Academic SEC and played in the College World Series. Coach Bielski concluded his baseball career playing professional baseball for the Salt Lake City Trappers in the Pioneer League.
Coach Bielski holds a State of Florida Teaching Certificate for Mathematics 6-12 and Guidance Counseling K-12 and has been a longtime member of the Florida Athletic Coaches’ Association. In 2001-2002, he was named Teacher of the Year at Hialeah High School where he was a Math Teacher, Math Coach, Dean of Students and Florida Virtual School Facilitator. Coach Bielski has received numerous Coach of the Year Honors by the Miami-Herald, the Sun-Sentinel, the Florida Dairy Farmers, Diamond Baseball, and the Florida Athletic Coaches’ Association. He was named National Coach of the Year in 2011 by USA Today and the National High School Baseball Coaches Association (BCA.) Coach Bielski’s teams have amassed 8 State Championships, 1 National Championship and 437 total wins, including a 41-2 State Playoff record at Archbishop McCarthy. Under his guidance, the Maverick Baseball Teams have won 4 consecutive State Championships (2010-2013) and 6 State Championships in the last 7 years (2010-2016.) Both are FHSAA State records.
|15-13||Massaro||2003-2004 District Champions|
|19-7-2||DeMathies||2007-2008 District Champions|
|25-5-2||Bielski||2008-2009 District & Regional Champions|
|27-5||Bielski||2009-2010 State Champions|
|29-3||Bielski||2010-2011 National & State Champions|
|28-3-1||Bielski||2011-2012 State Champions|
|29-3||Bielski||2013-2014 District Champions|
|27-5||Bielski||2014-2015 State Champions|
|29-2||Bielski||2015-2016 State Champions|