Greg DiCenzo

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Greg DiCenzo

Biographical Information[edit]

Greg DiCenzo has been a college coach and minor league manager.

He played soccer, football and baseball in college. He was an assistant coach in baseball and football at St. Lawrence University after getting his bachelor's degree. He was interim head coach in 2002.

Greg was assistant coach for the Falmouth Commodores from 2002-2005, working with David Aardsma, Jacoby Ellsbury and Cliff Pennington. He was pitching coach and recruiting coordinator at Northeastern University from 2003-2007, working with Adam Ottavino among others.

DiCenzo became head coach at the College of the Holy Cross in July 2007, winning Patriot League Coach of the Year his first season, only the second coach in league history to do so. In his first two seasons, Holy Cross won 20+ games in consecutive years for the first time since 1922-1923. The school also set new single-season records for runs, hits, doubles, home runs, runs batted in and total bases in 2009.

After 12 years, DiCenzo left Holy Cross to become manager of the Lake County Captains in 2020 before the minor league season was cancelled due to COVID-19. He then managed Lake County in 2021.

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