College of St. Joseph Baseball returned from a seven year hiatus in fall 2014, winning their way through the fall and spring season. The team won the 2015 Yankee Small College Conference Championship, and made their first appearance in the USCAA Small College World Series.
Bob Godlewski comes to CSJ with extensive experience as a baseball coach and player. During 11 seasons as coach at Columbia-Greene Community College, his teams compiled a 276-118 record, winning 70 percent of their games. His teams also produced 38 all-region players and 13 All-American’s, and five of his players went on to play professionally. Bob has also served as pitching coach at Castleton State College and head coach at SUNY Adirondack. Read more about Bob Godlewski.
Assistant Coach – Cameron Curler
Cameron Curler is back for his second season as an assistant coach for CSJ. Coach Curler works with the Saints in all aspects of offense and defense. Read more about Assistant Coach Cam Curler.
Assistant Coach – Patrick Riley
Patrick Riley is entering his second season as the pitching coach for the Fighting Saints. Read more about Assistant Coach Pat Riley.
|1||Nicholas Burch||JR||P||6’2||225||Salem, NY|
|2||Nick Rodriguez||JR||IF||5’5||150||New Britain, CT|
|3||Nestor Velazquez||SR||C/OF||5’10||180||New Britain, CT|
|4||Brian Navarro||SO||C||5’8||226||Boston, MA|
|5||Teddy Mercado||SO||SS||6’0||175||Everett, MA|
|7||Russ Krebs||JR||P||6’2||195||Bennington, VT|
|9||Derek Edge||JR||IF||5’10||160||Jersey City, NJ|
|10||Alec Babyak||SO||IF||5’7||150||Wallenpaupack, PA|
|11||Tyler Kunzmann||JR||P/CI||6’2||240||Bennington, VT|
|12||Justin Lemanski||SR||P/IF||6′||205||New Britain, CT|
|13||Eddie O’Donnell||SO||C||5’11||205||Wallkill, NY|
|15||Tyler Pavone||SO||IF||5’11||180||Emerson, NJ|
|16||Jose Ramos||JR||P||6’0||220||Maitland, FL|
|17||Joseph Williams||FR||P||5’9||155||East Chatham, NY|
|19||Jared Morello||FR||OF||6’1||175||Valley Falls, NY|
|20||Mauricio Rondon||FR||C||5’8||185||Queens, NY|
|21||Khaliid Scott||SO||IF||6′||190||Newburgh, NY|
|22||Tyler Demers||SR||OF||6’2||195||Schenectady, NY|
|23||Jordan Matos||SR||IF||5’11||185||Boston, MA|
|24||Connor Martin||JR||OF||6’2||250||Santa Cruz, CA|
|25||Tommy Grant||JR||P/CI||6’1||180||Davie, FL|
|27||Colin McLeod||SO||C||5’11||220||New Britain, CT|
|28||Alan Madsen||SR||P||6′||155||Scottsdale, AZ|
|29||Luis Ramos||SO||P||5’7||215||Clifton, NJ|
|30||Derek Osborne||SR||P||6′||210||Springfield, VT|
|31||Benny Pena||SO||OF||5’9||170||Queens, NY|
|32||Jonathan Matos||SO||P||5’9||180||Boston, MA|
|33||Bill Brancatella||SR||P||6’6||240||Buffalo, NY|
|34||Dale Weidner||SO||P||6’3||175||Honesdale, PA|
|36||Malcolm McLeod||SO||P||6’3||220||New Britain, CT|
|38||Ryan Cummings||JR||P||6′||185||Saratoga Springs, NY|
|40||Jovan Henriquez||SO||P||6’2||175||Malden, MA|
|42||Chris Doyle||JR||C/IF||6’3||205||West Babylon, NY|
|43||Richard Gonzalez||SO||CI||6’2||235||Boston, MA|
|44||Felipe Vargas||SO||OF||6’2||220||Santo Domingo, DR|
|47||Nick Powers||FR||P/OF||5’11||180||Boston, MA|
|50||Jesus Sancar||SO||P||6’0||240||Boston, MA|
|55||Kevin Rodriguez||FR||OF||6’0||185||Puerto Rico|
|77||Hector Castillo-Nunez||FR||C||5’8||176||Boston, MA|
|99||Brian Quezada||FR||IF||5’11||210||Queens, NY|
Recent updates for CSJ baseball
Fighting Saints baseball drops first three on Louisiana trip
The Fighting Saints men’s baseball team have begun their spring season in soothing in New Orleans, LA. The Saints are so far 0-3, but have shown glimpses of where they need to be. They opened Thursday, Feb. 11, with a … MORE
34 CSJ Students named to YSCC All-Academic Team
34 College of St. Joseph student-athletes have been named to the YSCC All-Academic team for fall.
CSJ to host USCAA Small College World Series in May
CSJ will host the 2016 USCAA Small College World Series in Glens Falls, NY from May 8-12.
Saints conclude fall season with Joe Cup
The Saints baseball team concluded the fall season with the second annual Joe Cup.
Saints Baseball falls short to Fisher
College of St. Joseph's baseball team faced fisher in a 9-inning double header on Sunday, Oct. 25, but was unable to come home with the win.