Our baseball team kicked off its spring season in February with a road trip to William Carey University in Hattiesburg, Miss. 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.
Recent updates for CSJ baseball
Apprentice School ends Saints World Series Run
Despite two strong wins yesterday, the Fighting Saints were unable to hold off Apprentice in USCAA Small College World Series play Friday afternoon in a 5-2 loss. Despite a quiet top of the first inning, the Builders exploded in the bottom … MORE
Saints advance in World Series following 4-1 victory May 14
The Fighting Saints defeated University of Cincinatti-Clermont 4-1 late Thursday evening to advance in the Small College World Series. Earlier in the day, the Saints defeated Penn State-Schuylkill in a shutout victory. The Saints relied on great pitching by sophomore … MORE
Saints shutout Penn State Schuylkill in World Series Play May 14
The Saints proved Thursday they don’t belong in the loser’s bracket. Despite a 9-4 loss against Tennessee Temple in the first round of the USCAA Small College World Series Wednesday, the team rallied for a 12-0 shutout victory today against … MORE
Saints Fall to Tennessee Temple in World Series
The Saints were unable to hold off opponents Tennessee Temple during Wednesday's USCAA Small College World Series matchup with a 9-4 loss.
CSJ Baseball Players Earn USCAA Honors May 12
Several players from College of St. Joseph’s baseball team have been named USCAA All-Americans. These teams are a way for the United States Collegiate Athletic Association to honor student-athletes for their outstanding performance on the field. Bill Brancatella: USCAA All-American CSJ … MORE