Kenny Reckart finished his third season with Capital Baseball as its graduate assistant coach in 2018-19.
In 2019, first baseman Shayne Lyons was named Second Team All-OAC and second baseman Beau Otto earned an All-OAC Honorable Mention nod. Three players, Kyle Armbrecht, Joe Caporale and Ryan Henne, were named Academic All-OAC.
The 2018 Crusaders earned three All-OAC Honorable Mention Selections in Alexander Smith, Patrick Avellano and Joseph Borkey. The team opened OAC play with a sweep of John Carroll, Capital's first since 2006. The Crusaders also swept Mount Union on Senior Day.
In 2017 the Crusaders went on to begin the season with the most wins coming out of its spring break trip since 2006. Capital went 7-1 in their stay at the 2017 RussMatt Invitational, eclipsing the previous best (6) set by the 2016 and 2012 teams.
At the end of the season, outfielder Alexander Smith (second team) and starting pitcher Brendan Borkey (honorable mention) earned all-conference honors, while nine were named Academic All-OAC selections.
As a student-athlete at The College of Wooster, Reckart posted a career batting average of .294, hit 14 doubles, one triple, one homerun, tallied 61 RBIs, and 12 stolen bases.
Reckart graduated from Wooster in 2016 with a degree in business economics. He was a member of the Fighting Scots baseball team from 2013-2016. Over that span he was the Rookie of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year (2015), and was a two-time North Coast Athletic Conference champion (2013, 2016).