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:

2019 Georgetown Baseball Board of Directors

Dave Maglio, President

Chuck Lawrence, Treasurer

Jason Nadeau, Secretary

John Willis, Communication

Mike Gilstein, Registrar / ITBL President

Rich Williams, Equipment

Steve Ziolkowski, Field maintenance

 Logan Umberger, Sponsorships

Chris Russell, Uniforms

Rick Gilmore, At Large

Andy Lee, At Large

Jeff Loewen, ITBL Representative

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, Carl Ripken Representative

Rob Nielson, Minors Age Director/Team Photos

John Crosby, Minors Age Director

Mike Paglia, Farm Age Director

Keith Grant, Farm Age Director

 Mike Noon, Tee Ball Age Director



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