Wayne Stofsky

Coach Wayne

Wayne Stofsky is the Director of Athletics for the David Posnack School where he oversees nearly 50 teams in 13 different sports on 3 campuses in 3 different counties.  His overall knowledge of sports runs deep, but his true passion and love is baseball and has been for over four decades.  He has played and coached at every level through the professional ranks. Stofsky was the Head Coach of the Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale in 2015 and led the Panthers’ baseball program to an impressive 17-8-1 record and was named FHSAA District Coach of the Year.  In the process, he had nine of his student-athletes commit to prestigious institutions including Duke, Cornell, The University of Chicago, Clemson, The University of Alabama, University of Richmond and Lehigh.  Prior to Pine Crest, Coach Stofsky was the Head Coach at Cooper City High in 2013 and 2014, where he turned around the Cowboys’ baseball program in just two years, taking them from 6 wins to 17 wins and was named 2014 FHSAA District Coach of the Year.  In 2004, Stofsky started the Varsity baseball program at the Sagemont School in Weston, and in just two years had them playing in the district championship game.  His first coaching job at the high school level came back in 1992 as an assistant at Nova High, where he guided hitters and infielders for one of the top ranked teams in the state.  After his stint at Nova under Coach Pat McQuaid, Stofsky spent a year coaching at the collegiate level with Miami Dade College in 1993.  He was the hitting and infield coach as well as the recruiting coordinator for a team that hit. 310 and led the conference in fielding percentage.  Several of his players went on the play professional baseball.