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Joe W. Guthrie Jr.

Head Softball Coach and Assistant Athletic Director

Marion Military Institute

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Email: j***@***.edu

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Marion Military Institute

1101 Washington Street

Marion, Alabama 36756

United States

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MMI improves to 19-3-1 on the season with the two wins. The Tigers will head into ACCC North action this weekend with a four game series with Shelton State Community College. Thursday, Marion will travel to Tuscaloosa for the first two games of the series ... more

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Employment History

Baseball Player

U.A.S Corporation


American studies degree


Master's of Science


University of Kentucky

bachelor's degree


Centre College

master's degree

Jacksonville State

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The new Head Coach for the ... [cached]

The new Head Coach for the Dawgs will be Texas A&M Softball's Gerry Glasco, and the new Assistant Coaches will be Oregon Softball's Jimmy Kolaitis and Bucknell Softball's Joe Guthrie.

Joe Guthrie will join the Dawgs as an Assistant Coach for the 2017 Season. He has recently joined the Bucknell University Softball Staff for the 2016-2017 year as a Volunteer Assistant Coach. He spent the last three seasons as an assistant coach at Penn State University. From the 2014 to 2016 seasons, the Penn State hitters broke over 30 school, Big Ten and NCAA records. Penn State's win totals went from 14 in 2014 to 30 in 2016. During the 2016 season, PSU finished 36th nationally in batting average as well as third best in the Big Ten conference.
"I am extremely humbled and honored to coach with Gerry Glasco and Jimmy Kolaitis," said Guthrie.
Prior to his time at PSU, Guthrie spent six seasons as the head softball coach and assistant athletic director at Marion Military Institute, (NJCAA, Division 1), in Marion, Alabama. While at MMI, he was charged with starting the program from scratch.

Expedition Team [cached]

The team - conservationist Mallory Lykes Dimmitt, wildlife photographer Carlton Ward, biologist Joe Guthrie, and filmmaker Elam Stoltzfus - covered 1000 miles in 100 days by hiking, biking and paddling their way through the Florida landscapes.

In early 2015, Dimmitt, Guthrie and Ward trekked from central Florida up through the panhandle during the Glades to Gulf Expedition.
Joe Guthrie | Wildlife Biologist
Joe Guthrie is a wildlife biologist based in St. Petersburg, Florida. He works as a consultant for the National Wildlife Refuge Association. Joe is a graduate of Centre College with a bachelor's degree in English, as well as a Master's of Science in Forestry from the University of Kentucky.
It was while working at Archbold Biological Station in 2009 that Zach was first introduced to Joe Guthrie and Carlton Ward of the FWCE Team.

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Joe Guthrie,Wildlife Biologist

Joe Guthrie
Joe Guthrie is a wildlife biologist from Kentucky who moved to Florida to conduct research on the ecology and conservation of the Florida black bear. He wrote a masters thesis on the species relationship to roads and the function of wildlife corridors in facilitating connectivity in a fragmented bear population. After graduate school he was a co-leader of the 2012 Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition, a 100-day, 1000-mile hiking and paddling expedition from Florida Bay in Everglades National Park to the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia. The expedition brought awareness for remaining ecological connections on both public and private lands that support wildlife populations and allow Florida's outdoor and agriculture economies to thrive. Joe currently works in a contractor role with the National Wildlife Refuge Association, leading efforts by the Northern Everglades Alliance, a group of conservation-minded ranchers and non-governmental conservation partners, to establish a new 150,000-acre National Wildlife Refuge. He lives and works at Archbold Biological Station in Highlands County, Florida.

Administration - Penn State University Official Athletic Site [cached]

Joe Guthrie Assistant Coach 814-865-0936

History [cached]

The 2012 Everglades to Okefenokee Expedition was led by conservationist Mallory Lykes Dimmitt, photojournalist Carlton Ward Jr, filmmaker Elam Stoltzfus and bear biologist Joe Guthrie, who tracked bear and panther habitat.

Guthrie completed his Master's research on a special population of black bears, which lives almost entirely on private land in central Florida and is a stepping stone for connectivity north from the Everglades.
The History of Florida Wildlife Corridor Science and Planning Efforts by Tom Hoctor, Reed Noss, Richard Hilsenbeck, Joe Guthrie, and Carlton Ward provides an expanded discussion of the history and scientific foundations for Florida's wildlife corridors.
Their vision and collaboration was inspired by the bear research of David Maehr and the commitment of his students, Wade Ulrey and Joe Guthrie, to continue his legacy.

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