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Head Pitching Coach & Manager
Attended New Mexico State University 1995-1999
Drafted in 28th round of the 1999 MLB draft by the Anaheim Angles & Pitched in Angels minor league Short A & High A
Head Pitching Coach for Greeley Grays Mountain Collegiate League
Pitching Coach – Little League, Cal Ripken, Junior High, Legion and High School players
Students have gotten full scholarships to Division 1 schools and Junior Colleges
Students have pitched in the College World Series and have been drafted by MLB Teams
Head Softball Coach
Played at Ursinus 2001-2005, pitcher – Four Time First Team All Centennial Conference
Head Coach Rosemont College 2014-2016
Ursinus Hall of Fame Class of 2015
Assistant Coach, Ursinus College
Assistant Coach, Dakota Wesleyan Univ.
Catchers Coach, Asst. Pitching Coach, Asst. Hitting Coach
Head Coach, Huron HS/Legion
High School State tournament in first year
Area Scout, Baseball Factory/Under Armour
Played college ball at DWU, was part of a Team USA team that traveled to China/Japan for two months in 1994
Head Hitting & Fielding Coach
Joined Complete Game in 2015 and has been full time coach since 2017
Drafted as a pitcher by the SF Giants out of High School and as a Short Stop by the Houston Astros out of Texarkana College.
Bryant was an All American as a freshman at Texarkana while playing for current Arkansas Razorbacks coach Dave VanHorn.
20 year professional baseball player with experience all over the world while playing in Japan, Mexico,Venezuela,
Italy, Dominican Republic,Taiwan and numerous MLB Organizations and MLB with the Boston Red Sox.
He is a switch hitter that plays six positions (2nd,3rd,SS, of).
Bryant has made All Star at four different positions.
Was a member of the Camden River Sharks And York Revolution of the Atlantic League in 2014.
Has Won Championships 3 of the last four years and has 2000 professional career hits.
Coaching – Wilmington University 2009-2012, catching, strength coach and program recruiting coordinator. Recruited 3 All-Americans, 11 All-Conference and All-Region players including 4 which advanced to professional baseball.
Professional – Signed contracts with Florence Freedom of the Frontier League, Quebec Capitales and Newark Bears of the Can-Am League, winning a championship with Quebec in 2011. Shreveport-Bossier Captains of the American Association, championship in 2010. Canberra Cavalry of the Australian Baseball League, winning the Asia Series Championship in 2013.
College – Delaware County Community College, 2 time All Conference, and All Region 1st team
University of Cincinnati, All Academic Nomination
Devon Prep 4 year Varsity Letter Winner. 3 time first team all-conference, Main Line Times All Area team, Carpenter Cup nominee, and 2 Philadelphia Inquirer All Area nominations.
Health and Physical Education Teacher North Penn School District
12 years of Baseball Coaching Experience
Assistant Baseball Coach, North Penn High School for 10 years
Won 2 PIAA State Championships in 2009 and 2013
Head 9th Grade Baseball Coach Penndale Middle School
Assistant Football Coach, North Penn High School for 11 years
Head Football Coach, Pennfield Middle School
Basketball Coach, Penndale Middle School
Assistant Director Childs Play Camps
Attended West Chester University 2000-2004
Villanova University baseball team has had just four head coaches in the past 67 years and only 10 full-time head coaches total in its century-and-a-half of existence. Joe Godri has a career record of 360 in 14 years as the Wildcats head coach. His teams tallied a record of .500 or better nine times and his winning seasons include two years with at least 30 wins and two appearances in the BIG EAST Championship. His 360 victories are the second-most in the history of the program.
Villanova has developed into one of the top baseball powers in the region under Godri’s watch. Wildcats have won over 200 games against non-conference competition which includes 150 Wins vs. opponents from the states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The team’s success on the field has been justly rewarded. During Godri’s tenure, the Wildcats have had 28 All-BIG EAST selections and had three players named All-Americans. In addition, Villanova has had 32 selections to the Philadelphia Big Five team has won six Player of the Year or Pitcher of the Year awards during that span.
At least one Villanova pitcher has been selected in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft in 13 of the 14 seasons that Godri has been head coach, and the total number of draft picks from the Wildcats in that span is 24 after the selections. Villanova has had multiple draft picks nine times in the past 14 years and Godri has had five players chosen in the top eight rounds of the draft. Szczur was a fifth round pick of the Cubs in 2010 and was on this year’s World Series Team. He is the third player overall from Godri’s tenure to reach the major leagues and the first position player. Right-handed pitchers Brian Slocum (2006, 2008) and Kevin Mulvey (2009, 2010) also played in the major leagues after being high draft picks under Godri’s watch. Villanova alumni have also gone on to have success playing internationally. The most recent in that group is Mike Loree, the Wildcats career innings pitched leader who spent parts of three seasons in Taiwan pitching for the Lamigo Monkeys. Loree had a great deal of success internationally after a minor league career in the Giants and Pittsburgh Pirates systems, in addition to a successful stint with the Long Island Ducks of the independent Atlantic League. Other notable international players from the Wildcats include Mark Cardillo and Angelo Petracca (Italy), Bob Grzenda (Germany) and John Yeager (Mexico).
Godri’s success at Villanova has gained the notice of his peers and during the summer of 2006 he was named to the USA Baseball selection committee that chose the players for the collegiate National Team.
Following his first three years at Villanova, Godri was the head assistant coach at New Mexico State from 1994-97. While coaching at New Mexico State, two of his three recruiting classes were ranked in the top 40 by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. In addition, the Aggies were ranked in the top 25 for the first time in school history.
With his focus on hitting as a New Mexico State assistant, Godri helped the Aggies crack the top five in several NCAA offensive categories including hitting, runs scored, stolen bases and home runs. He also coached another future major leaguer in Jason Rackers, who would go on to play for the Kansas City Royals. While with the Aggies, Godri coached under current North Carolina State head coach Elliott Avent who was named National Coach of the Year in 2003.
After three seasons at New Mexico State, Godri spent one season as an associate scout for the Cleveland Indians. He then traveled to the University of Utah where he assisted with the pitching staff for two seasons.
Godri played his collegiate baseball at Colorado State and Chipola Junior College in Marianna, Fla. After finishing his degree as a graduate assistant at the University of Pittsburgh with his Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Godri went on to receive a Master’s Degree in Marketing and Management from New Mexico State.
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