Chris Ebrahimoff is in his second season with the GW baseball team. At GW, Chris is the team's first base coach and instructs the outfielders and base runners while assisting Coach Tag Montague with the hitters.
He came to the Colonials from Apopka High School and Dr. Phillips High School where he served for four seasons as the assistant coach and the junior varsity head coach. During this time the teams won one State and four District Championships. Ebrahimoff also helped produced four MLB draft picks in four years, including Zack Grienke, who was the sixth overall pick by the Kansas City Royals. Of Ebrahimoff's former players, 23 have played college baseball.
The past four summers, Ebrahimoff has been the infield and hitting instructor for the Tennessee, Clemson, VCU and the "Best In Virginia" baseball camps. He is an Orlando, FL native and graduated from the University of Florida in May of 1997 with a B.S. in management from the Warrington College of Business Administration.
"Chris's knowledge of the game, along with his enthusiasm make him a perfect fit for our program. He completes the best coaching staff that we have ever had." -- Head Coach Tom Walter