College of St. Joseph is building a baseball team for the 2014-15 school year. If you are interested in being a CSJ student athlete on the team, contact the Athletic Director, or fill out our sports recruitment form.
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.
Godlewski also spent seven years as a scout for the Tampa Bay Rays. As a player, he was a pro prospect who had a successful college career as a pitcher.
Godlewski is planning on playing 45 to 50 games next season, including trips to Louisiana and Florida. He also expects to see some Division I opponents on the schedule.
“I think we are going to be competitive right out of the shoot. That’s why I’m being aggressive with scheduling. I believe the talent that we will have here will be able to compete with anyone we schedule,” Godlewski said.