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Baseball Announces 2016 Schedule
The Grand Canyon baseball team began practice this past week and it is all geared towards Feb. 19, 2016, the start of the 2016 season. Head coach Andy Stankiewicz and the Antelopes have released their 2016 schedule that features 30 home games and 24 games on the road as GCU looks to defend its first ever Western Athletic Conference title. read more
Head Coach: Grand Canyon University
Andy Stankiewicz begins his sixth season at the helm of Grand Canyon's baseball program for the 2017 season after becoming the fourth head coach in the history of the program prior to the 2012 campaign. After a pair of successful seasons at the Division II level in 2012 and 2013, Stankiewicz has guided the GCU baseball program amid a transition to the Division I level. The transition has brought with it unprecedented success, as the Lopes claimed the Western Athletic Conference Regular Season Championship in the 2015 season - just the second year of transition. In that championship season, Grand Canyon posted a .308 team batting average, a mark that ranked seventh in the country. Since Grand Canyon began the reclassification process in 2013, Stankiewicz's teams rank 28th in Division I in batting average (.294). In his time as GCU's head coach, seven Lopes have been selected in the MLB First Year Player's Draft with a pair of selections coming in the first 10 rounds. Twenty-four Lopes have been named All-Conference in Stankiewicz's tenure including 15 first team selections.
Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator
Gregg Wallis enters his fourth season with the Grand Canyon baseball program in 2017, serving as an assistant coach for four seasons and taking over the duties of recruiting coordinator following the 2016 season. Wallis joined the Lopes in their first season of transition back to the NCAA Division I level in 2014.
Rich Dorman enters his first season as the Lopes' pitching coach in 2017. He was hired in July of 2016 after spending the last eight seasons coaching in the Seattle Mariners organization.
Volunteer Assistant Coach
Greg Bordes comes to Grand Canyon for the 2017 season as the program's volunteer assistant coach. Bordes has previous coaching experience at Saint Mary's, Central Arizona Community College and Arizona State. His playing career included time with the Sun Devils as well as a professional baseball stint in the Arizona Diamondbacks organization.
Kasey Coffman enters his first season with the Grand Canyon baseball program in 2017, serving as the team's graduate assistant.