Coach Wolfsheimer has been coaching baseball at Dulaney since 2009. In that time the lions have earned a record of 137-53 (.721 winning percentage) and have won four Baltimore County Division one titles. Since 2009, Dulaney has had fourteen players go off to play baseball in college, five of which played in the famous Brooks Robinson High School All-Star game in Oriole Park at Camden Yards and three were Baltimore County Player of the Year. In 2013 Coach Wolfsheimer earned MSABC District Coach of the year.
Currently Coach Wolfsheimer is the treasurer for The Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches and operates the North region for Team Maryland. He helps in developing and promoting Maryland high school baseball players to college coaches and works to improve high school baseball in the state of Maryland.
In the past, Coach Wolfsheimer coached the Baltimore Redbirds of the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League. During his time there were twelve players drafted in the MLB first year player draft.
Besides baseball, Coach Wolfsheimer spent seven years as the Dulaney boy’s golf coach. During that time the team won four county championships, qualified for the state-finals six times and had two players earn college scholarships for golf. He also spent four years coaching basketball and two coaching soccer.
Coach Wolfsheimer has been teaching Physical Education and Weight Training at Dulaney since 2008. Prior to Dulaney, Coach Wolfsheimer taught Phys.Ed. and coached cross country, basketball and baseball at George Washington Carver Center for the Arts from 2006-2008. He has an Associate’s degree in Arts and Sciences from CCBC-Essex, a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from Towson University and a Master’s degree in Athletic Coaching Education from West Virginia University.
Outside of Dulaney, Coach Wolfsheimer and his wife Ashley own a prenatal ultrasound business and have two daughters Ava and Ella.
Written by Ryan Wolfsheimer