The latest guest on The Base Path Podcast is Northeastern head coach Mike Glavine, who joined host Dan Guttenplan in-studio in the midst of the busiest time of year for recruiting.
Glavine, a three-time CAA Coach of the Year, led Northeastern to a record of 32-29-1 in 2022, falling just short of its second consecutive NCAA Tournament bid with a loss to Hofstra in the CAA championship game.
Glavine reflected on his team’s quest to defend a 2021 CAA championship.
“Well, it’s still a successful season,” Glavine said. “We got to the championship game. At the start of every season, if you can say, ‘Hey, we got to the championship game.’ You take that, right? So, from that perspective, we accomplished a lot. We won over 30 games. We had five wins against top-15 teams in the country, highlighted by a win at Clemson and sweeping N.C. State, the No. 8 team in the country at the time. But it was an uneven season — a little bit up and down. We had a hard time putting some winning streaks together.”