Keith Griffin

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Keith Griffin

Biographical Information[edit]

Keith Griffin is a college coach and summer collegiate manager. He was head coach at Pine Forest High School for 10 years, compiling a 217-83 record. He worked as an assistant coach at Jacksonville University (1991-92) and Okaloosa-Walton Community College (1993-96) before landing as head coach at Jefferson Davis Community College (1997-02) where he led the Warhawks to the 1998 NJCAA Division II Baseball World Series championship. His record at JDCC was 251-94. Griffin returned to Okaloosa-Walton as head coach in 2003 where he stayed until 2008, finishing with a record of 192-113.

In 2009 Griffin became manager of the Amsterdam Mohawks, then playing in the New York Collegiate Baseball League. He led the Mohawks to the NYCBL title in his first year. He has won seven league titles, two in the NYCBL and five in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League, where the Mohawks have played since 2011. Griffin played college baseball at Gadsden State College and Livingston University.

Griffin returned to college, and his former position, as head coach at Coastal Alabama Community College East (formerly Jefferson Davis Community College) for 2023.