has resigned after 6 years as Temple's baseball coach.
Valli, a former associate scout with the Colorado Rockies from 2000-05, led the Owls to 112 wins overall, and their first Atlantic 10 Tournament berth in 6 years in 2008. But Temple struggled through a 4-20 year this season.
Valli finishes with the second-most wins in school history. His 2008 team won 27 games, including 16 in the A-10.
No replacement was named.
While at Temple, Valli recruited and developed seven all-Atlantic 10 players and 25 all-Big 5 selections, including two-time Big 5 Player of the Year Sean Barksdale.
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