The Racine, WI native is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee and is currently the Volunteer Assistant at UW-Milwaukee.
As a 2015 graduate of UW-Milwaukee, he was an All-American and named Horizon League Player of the Year after his sophomore season. He also received honorable mention status on the Louisville Slugger All-American Squad, becoming the first Panther underclassman to ever receive the honor.
Porcaro has extensive experience in the Northwoods League, having both played and coached. He played two seasons for the Eau Claire Express in 2013-14, and became the bench coach for the same franchise in 2015. 2020 was his first season as the Kenosha Kingfish manager.
Mike Porcaro is married to Kenosha native, Sydney Paulsen. They currently reside in Mount Pleasant.
John Hasser is a St. Louis native who played his college ball at UW Parkside and Carthage College. He recently completed his tenth year of coaching at Carthage, and the 2021 season will be his second year coaching the Kenosha Kingfish.
During his three years at UW Parkside, Hasser was a three-year starter at first base with a career average of .279. In his final year of play at Carthage, Hasser played in 40 of 43 games and hit .263 with 26 RBIs.
Hasser has plenty of experience in the Northwoods League, having played for the Green Bay Bullfrogs during his college years. Before joining the Kingfish coaching staff, Hasser spent three years coaching the Lakeshore Chinooks.
John Hasser and his wife Rachael currently reside in Kenosha.
Quentin McGrath is a Southern California native who has coached three years at Missouri Southern in Joplin, Missouri. McGrath played two seasons at Golden West College in California before playing his final two seasons and graduating from Washburn University in Kansas. The 2021 season is McGrath’s second season coaching with the Kenosha Kingfish.
In the summers of 2017 and 2018, McGrath coached for the Long Beach Legends in the California Collegiate League and the Derby Twins in the Jayhawk Collegiate League respectively. During his time as the pitching coach at Missouri Southern, two separate pitchers have thrown no-hitters and, in 2019, the pitching staff set the school record for strikeouts with 558 in the season.