Danny Wondrack is in his first season coaching with the Wilmington Sharks. He is also currently at Florence-Darlington Tech College assisting with hitters, catchers and infielders.
After growing up in Wall Township, New Jersey, Wondrack had a career batting average of .400 for Todd Schmitt at Wall High School. Wondrack also finished second in career hits and holds the single season record for home runs. Leading the Crimson Knights to three division titles, Wondrack was also named All-Shore Conference during his junior and senior seasons, while being named All-State during his senior season.
After four years at the College of Charleston, Wondrack will go down as one of the biggest power threats to have come through the Holy City. He blasted 15 home runs during his senior campaign to become sixth on the all-time record book in Charleston with 35 home runs. In his junior and senior seasons, Wondrack caught almost every game and threw out 25 potential base stealers his senior year. He had four multi home run games, against Georgia Southern, at Furman, against Furman, and at Coastal Carolina. He finished his senior year with a .318 batting average, 51 RBI, and 15 home runs.
Wondrack graduated from the College of Charleston in May 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Sociology.