Jon Greenwich
Jon  Greenwich

Last College:
Maryland '07

Assistant Coach


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Jon Greenwich, 2007 graduate of the University of Maryland and native of McClean, VA, is in his second season as hitting coach for the George Washington baseball team.

Greenwich came to George Washington after serving as a youth baseball coach in the McLean, VA area for two years. He has coached various teams including the McLean/Great Falls Babe Ruth, Potomac Grays and the 13-14 Potomac Generals. He has also developed and implemented his own strength and conditioning program for young, aspiring ball players. Jon is devoted to developing and teaching young athletes the lessons of the game, and more importantly, lessons we learn beyond baseball in life.

While pursuing a professional baseball career, Jon played in the 2010 Arizona Winter League for the Saskatchewan Silver Socks under the direction of retired Major Leaguer, Paul Abbott. During the spring and summer of 2010, Jon played for the independent professional baseball team the Warner-Robins Aviators in the inaugural season of the Peach State League.

Jon played for two seasons with at the University of Maryland compiling a .288 batting average his senior year, also hitting a game winning, 9th-inning homerun against the North Carolina State Wolf Pack.

Jon graduated from Langley High School in Mclean, VA in 2003, with All-District and All-Region honors in Saxon baseball. He then went on to play Division I baseball for St. Louis University in Conference USA. Jon was awarded a full scholarship to SLU and played for the Bilikens during the spring of 2004. He was nominated for NCAA Hitter of the Week in April, 2004, and tied two single game school records for RBIs and homeruns, with seven and three respectively.

In the fall of 2005, Jon transferred to Southeastern Louisiana University, and later to the University of Maryland.

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