Mitch Gorsuch is entering his second year as an assistant coach for the Rockford University baseball program.
Gorsuch joins the Regents' coaching ranks following a successful four-year playing career at Rockford. Gorsuch primarily played first base during his career but also saw time in the outfield as well. His best season came his senior year when he played in 36 games including 31 starts. During that year he hit a career best .307 with a .380 on-base percentage and a .386 slugging percentage. Gorsuch was also top-five on the team in runs scored (21), RBIs (19), hits (35) and walks (10). Defensively, Gorsuch was extremely reliable throughout his career posting a .979 fielding percentage.
Gorsuch earned his bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice in 2017 and is now working towards his master's degree at Rockford University.