Georgetown Athletics Association

Georgetown Baseball: Board of Directors
Posted Nov 13, 2015

The Geogetown Baseball Board of Directors is the governing body of Georgetown Baseball.  Correspondence can be directed to the board via email at:

2020 Georgetown Baseball Board of Directors

Dave Maglio, President

Mike Paglia, Treasurer

Jason Nadeau, Secretary / Tee Ball Age Director / Sponsorships

TBD, Communication

Mike Gilstein, Registrar / ITBL President

Rich Williams, Equipment

Steve Ziolkowski, Field maintenance

 Chris Russell, Sponsorships & Uniforms

Rick Gilmore, At Large

Andy Lee, At Large

Phil Desilets, GHS Varsity Manager / Player & Coach Development

Scott MacDonald, Player & Coach Development

Pete Lucido, Babe Ruth Director / Cooperstown Coordinator

Mark Thibeault, Majors Age Director / Cal Ripken Representative

Rob Nielson, Majors Age Director / Team Photos

John Crosby, Minors Age Director

Keith Grant, Minors Age Director / Cal Ripken Representative

 Tony Alves, Farm Age Director / Sponsorship Director

Peter Amadon, Farm Age Director

TBD, Tee Ball Age Director



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