Max Kreuter will be entering his second season with the Blue Wave of Florida State College at Jacksonville.
Kreuter moved into the coaching ranks in 2013 as a volunteer assistant at Flagler. He returned to his high school alma mater in 2014 and spent two seasons at Dunedin High School as the pitching coach and head assistant coach, developing the Pinellas County Pitcher of the Year as the Falcons advanced to the region finals in 2015. He spent the summer of 2015 as an assistant coach with the Winchester (Va.) Royals of the Valley League. After the summer, Kreuter jumped back into Division 2 baseball joining the Eckerd College Tritons as the pitching coach for the 2016 season. In 2017, he went back to his collegiate alma mater to assist with the pitching staff at Flagler College as the bullpen coach, helping the Saints make their furthest run in the Peach Belt Conference Tournament.
Kreuter, a native of Dunedin, Florida, played three seasons for the University of Tampa from 2009-2011 and was part of the Spartan squad that went to the NCAA Division II World Series in 2010. He played his senior season at Flagler College in Saint Augustine where he went 2-0 on the mound with 25 strikeouts in 34 innings pitched.
Kreuter graduated from Flagler College with a Bachelors Degree in Liberal Arts with a concentration in history. He currently resides in Jacksonville, FL with his wife, Shannon.