There are moments in everyone's life where you start to feel old, and I guess this is one of those for me:

I used to coach Anthony Spataro on the baseball team at Hudson Valley Community College - and now Spataro is coaching himself.

He's spent a year coaching at the College of Charleston (Division I) and the College at Brockport (Division III) and now he's the assistant baseball coach of the Amsterdam Mohawks of the Perfect Game Baseball League.

And oh by the way, he's not even an official college graduate yet.

He joined us in studio today to talk about his experiences, how he got into coaching, what his goals are long-term, the challenges of being a young coach, and what his path to this point has been.

He also talked about what he wants to learn this summer with the Mohawks.

LISTEN HERE to the Niskayuna native: