Director of Operations
Sean Guite will enter his first season as director of operations after joining the Irish in January of 2020.
Guite comes to Notre Dame after spending the previous two seasons at Georgetown College in Kentucky as an assistant coach.
Prior to Georgetown, Guite worked with head coach Link Jarrett at UNC-Greensboro for two season as the volunteer assistant. Guite worked primarily with the outfielders and was also the travel coordinator for the Spartans.
Three of four outfielders who played in at least 41 games earned All Southern Conference recognition under Guite’s supervision. L.J. Kalawaia, who played 56 games in right field, earned First Team All-SoCon, Dillon Stewart who played 18 games in either left or right field and in all 59 total, earned Second Team All-SoCon, while Andrew Moritz played 41 games in center field, hit for a .400 average earned All Freshman Southern Conference honors.
Defensively, UNCG’s three primary outfielder’s only surrendered eight errors during the season, and earned 12 outfield assists.
Guite was a two-year letterwinner for the Spartans from 2013-14, playing in 68 games for UNCG at third base. He earned First Team All-Southern Conference honors as a senior when he posted a .366 batting average with 74 hits. He led the team with 52 runs scored and 15 doubles while also posting three home runs and driving in 21 runs. He recorded 21 multiple-hit games as a senior and tallied a 13-game hitting streak during the year while finishing with a .440 on-base percentage.
Guite additionally was a standout in the classroom, earning Capital One Academic All-District First Team honors as a senior and was a two-time SoCon All-Academic selection. Additionally, he was a two-time SoCon Academic Honor Roll recipient. He earned his degree in 2014 from UNCG in sociology.
Prior to UNCG, Guite spent two years at Irvine Valley College in California. He was a two-year starter at Irvine Valley, including posting a .327 batting average as a freshman with 37 hits. He posted 31 hits his sophomore season, including a .536 batting average (15-of-28) as a leadoff hitter.
Guite was a three-year letterwinner at Huntington Beach High School where he was named the school’s Athlete of the Year during the 2009-10 academic year … He helped his team make the program’s first-ever appearance in the C.I.F. Championship game in the school’s 100-year history of baseball. He garnered First Team All-Sea View League honors as a senior. He earned a pair of varsity letters in football, holding school records for the most passing yards in a career, most touchdown passes in a game and career, most passing completions in a game, season and career and longest passing touchdown in a game.