Greg Moore completed his second season at the helm of the Matadors in 2015. With a record of 33-24, Moore coached CSUN to its most wins since 2002 and its best 10-game start to a season since 1996 with a 9-1 record.
The Matador pitching staff combined to hold opponents to a 2.61 ERA during the 2015 season. Also eight different pitchers on the staff posted an ERA under 3.20.
After posting an 18-38 season during Moore's inaugural season, CSUN enjoyed one of the best single season turnarounds in 2015 by improving its win total by 15 games.
Greg Moore, was previously named by Baseball America as one of the Top 10 Assistant Coaches in College Baseball, was hired as the head coach at CSUN on June 21, 2013. Moore spent the previous three seasons as the associate head coach at the University of San Francisco, where he oversaw pitching, academics, community service and summer placement.
Jordon Twohig completed his second season as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at CSUN. Twohig serves as the Matadors hitting coach, outfield instructor, and offensive coordinator-running the CSUN offense.
Since coming to CSUN, Twohig has made an immediate impact. His first full recruiting haul at CSUN - the class of 2014-15 was nationally recognized as one of the 'Top Recruiting Classes in the Western Region', according to Baseball America.
Before coming to coming to CSUN in 2013, Twohig spent the previous three seasons at the University of Washington. While at Washington, Twohig aided in the program's recruiting and academic efforts off the field. In 2011. Twohig assisted in amassing a nationally recognized recruiting class for Washington (#30) , according to Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. This class included 7 players who were selected in the 2014 MLB draft in June. In 2013, the Huskies recorded the highest team GPA (3.00) in the program's history. On the field Twohig assisted in the hitting efforts, coached third base and coached the Husky outfielders. Four of his outfielders signed professional contracts along with five earning All-Pac 12 honors in his time in Seattle.
Christopher Hom completed his second season with the CSUN Matadors in 2014-15. His first full recruiting class at CSUN - the class of 2014- was nationally recognized as one of the 'Top Recruiting Classes in the Western Region', according to Baseball America. Additionally, 14 members of the 2014-15 CSUN academic roster achieved a 3.00 GPA or higher.
He previously spent two years as a volunteer assistant coach at the University of San Francisco, where his duties included developing the team's catchers, academic support, facilities maintenance and camps. While on staff, USF reached the NCAA postseason in 2013. During the 2013 season Coach Hom's core of freshmen catchers lead the West Coast Conference with the fewest wild pitches and passed balls. He assisted in the academic support for a team that set a program record for team GPA.
Prior to joining the Dons, Hom was an assistant coach at the University of California, San Diego from 2009 to 2011. While with the Tritons, the team reached the NCAA Division II College World Series in 2009 and 2010 and hosted the program's first Division II regional in 2011. Hom coached six offensive All-Americans and three national Gold Glove winners while at UCSD and the Tritons led all of Division II in defense in both 2009 and 2010.
Volunteer Assistant Coach
Riley Goulding was named as a Volunteer Assistant Coach in June 2015. He will serve as first base and catching coach along with base running and short game instructor. In addition, Goulding serves as camp director for CSUN Baseball Camps
Goulding completed his second season as a graduate student manager in 2015 and oversaw a crew of six student managers, who assisted with practice and day-to-day operations.
He is originally from Tracy, Calif. Goulding played junior college ball at the College of San Mateo in San Mateo, Calif. As a freshman in 2010 Goulding contributed to a team that won their 9th straight conference championship and went on to finish second in the CCCAA Final Four. Goulding went on to play D-I baseball for the University of Texas Pan-American.