Steven is the current head baseball coach of Bergen Community College in Paramus NJ. Coach Mimms is going into his 5th year as head coach and 8th year with Bergen CC. He was assistant coach before taking over as head coach. Steven Mimms set the school record for wins in his 1st year as head coach. Also set record for longest in season win streak and most 20 win seasons. He developed and coached the baseball programs first ever All American and National Rawlings Gold Glove winner. This past season Coach Mimms was named NJCAA 2015 Region 19 Coach of the Year. He lead the team to the conference final four. Not only is he great at defensive development but offensively as well, last years team had a team batting average of .362 (4th in country) 3 out 4 years team batted .320 or higher. In 4 short years as head coach at the junior college level, Coach Mimms has already sent over 26 players to the next level. Steven's collegiate career began at St Johns University under legendary coach Ed Blankmeyer and played his final 3 years at University of Bridgeport.
Silvio Censale Jr. (Pitching Coach)
Coach Silvio Censale, graduated from Paramus Catholic HS. and was drafted in the 4th round. He attended University of Miami on a full baseball scholarship. He led the Puerto Rican National Team to an appearance in the 1992 Championship held in Barcelona. He played Double A Baseball with the Phil. Phillies in 1993. He also played with the Newark Bears, Camden River Sharks, Atlantic City Surf. He also helped the Italian National Team Qualify for the Summer Olympics. Silvio was mentored by the legenday Steve Carlton and Johnny Padres. A 10th-round draft choice of the Philadelphia Phillies in 1993, Censale played six years in the Phillies' minor-league system, including the last three for Class AA Reading. In 95 games, he was 33-27 with a save and a 4.48 earned-run average. After being released, the left-hander played professionally in Italy, and was named Pitcher of the Year in 2000. He pitched for the Italian national team in 2003, sandwiched by stints in American independent leagues. Following a four-time all-state career at Paramus Catholic High School, Censale was selected in the fourth round of the 1990 amateur draft by the Minnesota Twins. He instead accepted a scholarship to the University of Miami, where he went 13-4 over three seasons and participated in the 1992 College World Series. That summer, he played for Puerto Rico in the Olympic Games in Barcelona. Censale was named pitching coach at Feliciam College in January of 2008, he served as pitching coordinator for AAU New Jersey Mariners and is also a former pitching coach at Ramapo High. He has released an instructional DVD, "Active Pitcher's Approach."
Bryan brings with him experience from a three year assistant coaching stint at the College of Wooster where he was the defensive coordinator. During his tenure the program had its best start in program history (7-1, 2014) and conference play (5-0, 2017). Under his direction, the Fighting Scots defense led the NCAC in caused turnovers, and earned a national ranking of 5th in 2017. Bryan mentored one USILA All-West Region pick and nine all-conference players.
In addition to his coaching responsibilities, Bryan also facilitated Wooster’s community service initiatives, which included distributing food for a local church and working with the Salvation Army. Prior to his time in Ohio, Bryan spent five years coaching youth, high school, and college level players that included stops at New England College and Gettysburg College. At Gettysburg, he worked extensively with the defense, face-offs, and goalies; coached one conference championship, one USILA Scholar All-American, two USILA All-Americans, two USILA North/South game participants, nine all conference selections and one professional draft pick. Bryan played collegiately at Stony Brook University, helping anchor a defense for three seasons. Bryan played in three straight America East Conference Championships, winning the championship in 2010. That year the team reached the quarterfinals in the NCAA tournament and finished with a ranking of No. 6 in the nation (highest ranking for any sport in school history). Professionally, Bryan played for Team STX in the LXM Pro tour from 2013-2015. A native of Allentown, PA, Bryan completed his degree in Health Science from Stony Brook University in 2011.
Coach Michael Holl grew up in Montvale, NJ where he played lacrosse for Pascack Youth, Tri-state All Stars and Pascack Valley High School. He continued his lacrosse career playing at both Marywood University and Dominican College before graduating from William Paterson University. Michael is currently the head boys lacrosse coach at Pascack Hills High School after serving as the assistant coach at Pascack Hills from 2011 to 2014.
Charles Collis is in 4th year as head coach of the Westwood Girls Varsity Basketball Team and has been coaching basketball for nine years. As a high school player, he was fortunate to play under legendary Bogota Basketball Coach, Jay Mahoney. As a head coach at Westwood High School, he has tallied a record of 63-25 coming off a school record breaking season where the Cardinals finished 27-4. The team finished as league champs for the second year in a row, State Sectional Champions in North 1 and 2, and ended the season in the All Group 2 final losing to Manasquan, the top ranked team in NJ by 15 points. They have qualified for state and county tournaments each and every year including two back to back trips to the Elite 8 in the Bergen County Tournament.
Kaefer was a 4 year starter at Secaucus High School where he captained the team to its first ever State Sectional Playoff run in the history of the program. He has played for various soccer clubs while growing up in New Jersey. He also played college soccer at Rutgers University-Newark in the NJAC Conference of the NCAA DIII. Kaefer's coaching credentials includes a NSCAA Advanced National Diploma. Kaefer has coached in Rutherford and Secaucus where he coached the Rutherford U-13 Girls Travel Team and led the Secaucus U-19 Boys Travel Team to a Championship. He currently is the trainer for various Secaucus Soccer Travel teams of all ages.