Justin Schultz is in his eighth season as the assistant coach of the Fitchburg State baseball team.
Schultz, a 2004 graduate of Fitchburg State, was a four-year letter winner for the Falcons, serving a primary role in the Falcons infield. He finished his career ranking among school leaders in several categories, including at-bats (361), hits (114), RBI's (79), stolen bases (29), and runs scored (90).
Throughout his career, Schultz helped lift the Falcons to many program milestones, including Fitchburg State's first MASCAC playoff berth in 2003. During a solid senior campaign (04), Schultz hit .316 with four homeruns and 25 RBI, leading the Falcons to a 24 win season and a seventh overall ranking in the New England Region.
Schultz graduated from Fitchburg State in 2005 with a degree in Industrial Technology. He currently resides in Rindge, N.H. with his wife Sarah and his two sons, Hunter (3) and Gavin (2).