|Title:||Bench Coach/Recruiting Coordinator|
|Previous College:||Dominican (N.Y.) '12|
Dustin Javins (JAY-vihns) joined the Felician baseball staff as the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator in August 2017 after spending three years in the same two roles at Rowan College at Burlington County. He transitioned to bench coach prior to the 2019 campaign while maintaining his recruiting responsibilities. He has assisted the Golden Falcons for two Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Division titles and an NCAA Tournament appearance.
Javins helped guide RCBC to the NJCAA Region 19 playoffs each season from 2015 to 2017. He was also the head coach of the Monmouth Monarchs of the ABC Collegiate League in the summer of 2017.
Javins graduated from fellow CACC member Dominican (N.Y.) College in 2012 with a B.A. degree in social sciences. In three seasons as a pitcher for the Chargers, he posted a 15-7 won-lost record, five saves, a 2.96 earned-run average, and 188 strikeouts in helping Dominican earn the 2010 CACC championship and two NCAA East Regional berths.
Javins was a Florida all-state pitcher/shortstop at Cooper City High in Broward County, batting a state-best .527 as a senior in 2007. After graduating from Dominican, he played two professional seasons for the Roswell Invaders and Raton Osos of the independent Pecos League.
Javins resides in Forked River with his wife, Rachel, and son, Jaxson.
Last updated 4/27/20