Jamestown Community College has announced the hiring of Jordan Basile as its head Baseball coach.
Basile comes to JCC with over twenty-five years of playing and coaching experience at the Junior College, Division I, Division II, Division III & Professional level.
As a player, Basile is the career record holder for hits and runs scored at Division III, SUNY Fredonia. As a coach, during his tenure at Patrick Henry Community College his team was one game away from the College World Series with a 38-16-1 record.
In his two seasons at PHCC, he has a combined win total of 64-32. Additionally, Basile has coached 10+ players who were selected in the MLB draft with two who have reached the Major Leagues.
Basile, earned a bachelor's degree in Communications and Sports Administration from SUNY Fredonia, and a master's degree at Lake Erie College. In addition to his playing and coaching carrier, Basile currently serves as the Executive Director of the Secrets of Champions Foundation. Basile has worked hands on with Canisius College, University at Buffalo, University of Dayton, University of Alabama, Detroit Tigers, Boston Red Sox, Buffalo Bills, youth summer teams, and numerous professional athletes at the individual level.
Additional information about JCC's baseball program can be obtained by calling athletics director George Sisson, 338.1262.