Christodulu Named Shenendehowa Varsity Baseball Coach
The Shenendehowa Board of Education unanimously approved the recommendation of Greg Christodulu as its next varsity baseball coach.
Christodulu has been working with the Shenendehowa baseball program since 2003. From 2003 until 2009, Christodulu guided the junior varsity Plainsmen to a record of 108-28 before his promotion to varsity assistant coach.
“I am honored to have the opportunity to lead the Shenendehowa baseball program. I believe we have a number of things in place to be successful in baseball at Shen. We have committed and dedicated student-athletes, supportive parents and a great community program. I look forward to working with an outstanding coaching staff to be highly competitive in the Suburban Council and Section 2 for years to come. Our responsibility will be to give our student-athletes in baseball a successful and rewarding experience,” said Christodulu.
As a varsity assistant coach, he helped the Plainsmen win the Suburban Council North Division Championship for four straight years (2009-2012). This included the 2012 team which was Section 2 Class AA runner-up. Christodulu has extensive background in coaching baseball, which includes six years as the head coach at Susquehanna University from 1991-1996. Christodulu has been a featured speaker at numerous area, state, and national level baseball clinics.
He is a graduate of Gloversville High School and the University of Delaware, where he lettered in both football and baseball. He also played in the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League for the Orleans Cardinals in the summer of 1985. Christodulu is a physical education in the district and resides in Clifton Park with his wife, Kristin.
“Greg’s presented long term vision for our baseball program that builds on the experience and development of our student-athletes in baseball. Greg has worked very hard to promote baseball within the Clifton Park and Halfmoon communities. His commitment to help the student-athletes at Shenendehowa, in both the classroom and on the diamond, has been exceptional. I look forward to his leadership and vision for the Shenendehowa Baseball Program as we move forward,” said Chris Culnan, Director of Athletics and Physical Education at Shenendehowa