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GGC Headed to World Series ...
The Georgia Gwinnett baseball team punched its ticket to the 2014 Avista-NAIA Baseball World Series on Thursday evening, capping an improbable run of four straight elimination-game wins over three days with a pair of victories over Southeastern (Fla.) at the Grizzly Baseball Complex to capture the Lawrenceville Bracket of the NAIA Baseball National Championship Opening Round.
Brad Stromdahl comes to GGC from Georgia State University where, for the past six years, he has served as the recruiting coordinator, hitting coach and baseball academic advisor. Stromdahl brings 13 years of collegiate baseball coaching experience to GGC.
The Georgia Gwinnett Grizzlies have added baseball coach Scott Ward to their inaugural coaching staff.
Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator
Former collegiate standout Dan Holcomb is in his first year with the Grizzly Baseball program. His primary duties are with the Grizzly pitching staff. Holcomb comes to Georgia Gwinnett after spending the past two seasons as the pitching coach at Ashford University in Clinton, Iowa. During his two seasons with the Saints, the program set program records for winning percentage and two-year win total. Before arriving at Ashford, Holcomb was a pitching instructor and 17U/18U pitching coach at Diamonds Sports Training Academy in Grand Rapids, Mich. At Diamonds, Holcomb was part of a staff that helped high school players to over 200 collegiate scholarships over a four-year span. Most recently, Holcomb spent the 2013 summer as the head coach and field manager of the Thunder Bay Border Cats in the Northwoods Collegiate Summer League. Holcomb played collegiately at the University of Evansville, Grand Valley State and Huntington University. In three summer league seasons with the Battle Creek Bombers, he set career records for innings pitched (149.2) and games started (22), plus the single-season starts record (12). As a prep player, he was named Michigan's Player of the Year as a senior. Holcomb resides in Lawrenceville.
Former all-conference pitcher and pitching coach Steve Less joined the Grizzly baseball staff prior to the 2014 spring season.