Home
Schedule
Roster
Statistics
Stadium
Pros
History
Staff
Tickets
Souvenirs
Camp Information
Photos
Sponsorships
Opponents
Host Families
Contact



Check out the
Mohawks Dance Team


A few of the many former Mohawks in professional baseball



Wednesday, August 30, 2017
Griffin to Return for Tenth Season

By Jon Sargalis

The Mohawks are excited to announce that Keith Griffin has agreed to return for his tenth season as the Mohawks head coach in 2018.

This past season, Griffin reached the milestone of winning his 300th game as the Mohawks head coach and won his 1,000th game overall. The Mohawks still managed to have the best record in the PGCBL this past season as they went 36-12 and were ranked as high as 4th in the nation. Some key injuries caused an early exit from the playoffs for the Mohawks as the Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs went on to claim the PGCBL title.

With the Mohawks, Griffin has a 333-128 record and 6 League Championships. Griffin, who resides in Pensacola, FL, was born on January 11, 1955, in Guntersville, AL, but grew up in Gadsden, AL. He is a graduate of Livingston University (AL) (1978) and holds a master's degree from the University of North Alabama (1980).

 

COACHING EXPERIENCE:

Head Coach at Amsterdam Mohawks, 2009-2018

Head Coach at Okaloosa Walton College, 2002- 2008

Head Coach at Jefferson Davis C.C., 1996-2002

Assistant Coach at Okaloosa-Walton C.C., 1992-1996

Assistant Coach at Jacksonville University, 1990-1992

Head Coach at Pine Forest H.S., Pensacola, FL., 1980-1990

 

COACHING HONORS:

Named National Coach of the Year (1998)

Two times named NJCAA Region 22 Coach of the Year (1998, 2000)

Two times named AJCCC Coach of the Year (1998, 2000)

NYCBL Coach of the Year (2009)

PGCBL Coach of the Year (2012)

Mohawks Hall of Fame (2017)


More News







Web Site by Anthem Design