Michael Mastrocola

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IV Form Dean, Academic Advisor to IV Form Boys, Mathematics, Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball

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BA, Colby College
M.Ed., University of Missouri

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Mike was born in Garden City, N.Y., and was raised in Southbury, Conn. He attended the Taft School in Watertown, Conn., where he played varsity baseball and basketball for three years, captaining both teams as a senior. Mike was awarded the James Painter Logan Memorial Basketball Award for his leadership in basketball, and the Taft School Sports Award for his contributions to varsity athletics. He continues to work as a Taft School class agent soliciting support of the Alumni Fund.

Mike earned a Bachelor of Arts from Colby College. Mike was a four-year starter at third base for the Mules. In his senior year, he earned All-NESCAC first team honors and was also named to the D3baseball.com National Team of the Week. While in college, Mike solicited alumni to support the Colby Annual Fund. In his senior year, he also worked as the football and basketball play-by-play webcaster.

Mike earned a Master of Education from the University of Missouri’s Department of Educational, School & Counseling Psychology.

In 2013, Mike attended the Anja S. Greer Conference on Mathematics, Science and Technology at Phillips Exeter Academy.

Mike was a member of the faculty of the Delaware College Scholars Summer Program, a joint venture between St. Andrew’s School and Delaware Department of Education, from its 2014 inception through 2017.

In 2018, Mike starts his seventh year at St. Andrew’s where he teaches math, coaches varsity baseball, varsity volleyball, and basketball, and is the IV Form boys’ dean and academic advisor, and a dorm parent.

Mike is an avid New York Yankees and New York Giants fan. He lives on Fleming with his yellow lab, Tino.