Greg Cathell (pictured) played four years of baseball at UMES, where he was an outfielder and first baseman

Feb. 25, 2014

ALBANY, N.Y. – Former University of Maryland Eastern Shore baseball player, Greg Cathell (Delmar, Del.) has recently been name the head women’s soccer coach at Sage College (N.Y.). Cathell accepts the position after serving as an assistant coach at Salisbury University for the past four years. He will be the second full-time head coach in the history of Sage College women’s soccer.

"Sage is so fortunate to have found the perfect person to lead our women's soccer program." Sage Director of Athletics Dani Drews said. "Greg has a fantastic combination of coaching experience, recruiting contacts and demeanor to lead to Gators. We could not be more thrilled and look forward to seeing great things from the program in the near future!"

The Delmar, Del., product earned his bachelor's degree in social studies teacher education from UMES, where he was a four-year Division I student-athlete. He later earned his master's degree in post-secondary education from Salisbury University in 2012. Additionally, he is a member of the NSCAA (National Soccer Coaches Association of America), and holds a National Coaching Diploma.

Cathell played four years of baseball at UMES, where he played outfield and first base from 2003-2006. The left-handed hitter enjoyed his best season as a sophomore, when he hit .327 in 48 games with 23 walks and 50 hits. He had a team-high 31 runs and posted a .414 on-base percentage. He was named to the All-MEAC Second Team as a freshman in 2003.  Cathell posted two homeruns and had three triples in his four-year career.

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