Looking for a baseball coach

from the Greensboro Collge athletics web site www.greensborocollegesports.com:

Greensboro College seeks a head baseball coach to lead The Pride. Interested parties should view the information below for application details.

HEAD BASEBALL COACH

Term: Full-time position; renewable ten month appointment

RESPONSIBILITIES: Includes all aspects of head coaching, including recruiting, scheduling and administering practices and games, monitoring and supporting the academic and student life performances of the student-athletes, budget planning and management, and fully participating in Athletic Department and college initiatives. Ancillary duties may be assigned by the Director of Athletics/Volleyball Coach.

QUALIFICATIONS: Includes collegiate coaching experience; strong interpersonal and organizational skills, Bachelor’s degree required.

SALARY: Entry level, but includes a benefits package as well as tuition waivers for undergraduate and graduate classes at Greensboro College.

STARTING DATE: Immediate

THE COLLEGE: An institutional member of the USA South Athletic Conference and the NCAA (Division III), Greensboro College sponsors 16 varsity sports for women and men and has an undergraduate population of approximately 1,300 students. A private college affiliated with the United Methodist Church and founded in 1838, the campus is located in the picturesque College Hill Historic District near downtown Greensboro, a thriving southeastern city of approximately 230,000 residents that features five colleges and universities within its city limits.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Interested applicants should forward by August 28th a cover letter, resume, and the names and daytime telephone numbers of at least three references (please state relationship) to Ms. Jean Lojko, Director of Athletics/Volleyball Coach, Greensboro College, 815 W. Market Street, Greensboro, NC 27401-1875. Materials will also be accepted via facsimile (336.217.7237) or email to lojkoj@greensborocollege.edu. Application materials will be reviewed as they are received and will continue to be accepted as long as this announcement remains on the Greensboro College website. Greensboro College is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer.

24 comments

  1. anyone who takes this job is a fool. GC is in so much financial trouble that I find it hard to believe that the school itself will be around much longer, much less the baseball program…or even the athletic department altogether.

  2. Matt would be a great choose. Great Coach knows the program,player and incoming class. Remember this is a very good incoming class. That is loaded with pitching. Maybe Matt could convince them not to transfer.

  3. How about Alan Ashkinazy?? He has the baseball knowledge and experience in recruiting. He seems like a good fit with so many players in the area going through GBC. Recruiting is ok in college athletics.

  4. No way Alan has the time for this and run his business also. But he would be a good choice. kids would enjoy playing for him.

  5. Al is helping out with the GTCC baseball program this year, and I am very excited to have him!

  6. Well i was thinking of local guys that could be good for this position

    1. Alan A. (but he has a business to run)

    2. Justin Smith (he is capable but i bet he loves his summer program more than to be a college coach, althought i think he could be good for the job)

    3. Andy Partin (would he give up his money as a dirtbag to coach this college team)

    4. Tommy Myers (be a father son tag team)

  7. Justin Smith are you freaking kidding me? You can always tell the poeple who know nothing about the game.

  8. Where is this guy Eddie Willis to comment on this post? I don’t mean to be rude , Guilford County, but Tmmy Myers and his dad? Tell mr that you are joking, please. That suggestion makes Justin look like a “good hire”.

  9. Andy Partin doesn’t coach, he recruits. You have to be able to coach and teach at the college level. How many transfers do you see at the college level?? Not many. Partin is successful because he recruits from other programs. Look at the job he did last year at Forsyth Country Day School. Below average at best. You have to know the game to be successful in college. Because he cannot teach baseball, this year you will see at least 5 kids transferring to FCDS. That is how he develops a team. There is a reason the Dirtbags have never won a National Championship with all that talent.

  10. As an aside, Justin Smith would not be a candidate because he is not a college graduate! Of the 3-4 locals mentioned, Alan is the only one with a 4-year degree.

  11. Who is van hurley—google searched him and there is nothing related—-maybe that’s what they want!

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