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Keith Griffin to return to Mohawks in 2016

The winningest coach in PGCBL history is returning to the Amsterdam Mohawks for his eighth season at the helm of the Amsterdam Mohawks.
 
In the five years of the PGCBL’s existence, Griffin has led the Mohawks to a 172-66 record, meaning Amsterdam has won more than 72 percent of its games. During his five years in the league, Amsterdam has won three championships and made the playoffs all five years.
 
In 2015, Amsterdam set a PGCBL record with 40 wins, beating its own record of 36, set in 2014.
 
The Mohawks have accumulated five championships in Griffin’s seven seasons, dating back to the pre-PGCBL seasons. Amsterdam has won four regular season championships in the PGCBL’s five seasons.
 
Griffin was the head coach of Okaloosa Walton Junior College in Florida from 2002-2008.  His six year record at OW was 192-113, good for a .652 winning percentage. During Griffin’s time as head coach, more than 100 players had signed scholarships, 36 of those signed professional contracts, and 9 played in the MLB. In 1998, Griffin led Jefferson Davis Community College to the NJCAA II National Championship.
 
The PGCBL is affiliated with Perfect Game, the largest independent scouting service in the country.  Last year, more than 1,400 professional players were alumni from PGCBL teams and Perfect Game events.
 
For more information about the PGCBL, visit www.pgcbl.com.
 


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