Coach Duesler enters his 14th year on the Charger staff after spending his colletigate career as a four-year member of the team.
Most recently, Duesler spent the past three seasons as part of the Rockland County Boulders, a team in the CanAm League. In 2011 he started the season as a bullpen catcher and first base coach, before being activated to the team's roster. In 2012 and 2013 he served as an assistant coach.
During his four years as a player at Dominican, Duesler hit .351 as a freshman, .322 as a sophomore, .317 as a junior and .367 in his senior season. He graduated DC with 133 hits, 98 RBIs and 24 doubles. He was named the 2005 Most Valuable Player of the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Tournament.
A 2006 graduate of Dominican College, he earned a bachelor's degree in Athletic Training.
Duesler was added to the Hennessy Center staff in 2012 as the Assistant Director.
Coach Duesler currently resides in Pomona, N.Y., with his wife Lindsay, their children; Olivia and Brice and dog Angel.