Greg Zackrison was named the head coach of the Bridgewater State baseball program in June of 2018.
A 2001 graduate of UMass Dartmouth, Zackrison served as the associate head coach at Massasoit Community College from 2003 to 2013 before moving on to Stonehill College where he was an assistant coach on the staff for four seasons from 2014 to 2017. Greg returned to Massasoit in 2018 as the associate head coach during Head Coach Tom Frizzell's farewell season.
Zackrison is also the head coach of the Plymouth Pilgrims of the New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL), a position he has held since 2013. He was named the NECBL Coach of the Year in 2014 as he guided the Pilgrims to a Southern Division championship that year. Prior to coaching the Pilgrims, Greg was the head coach of the Oneonta Outlaws in the New York Collegiate Baseball League (NYCBL) from 2009 to 2012. In just his third season, the Outlaws captured the NYCBL championship.
Zackrison was an assistant coach for the Harwich Mariners in the Cape Cod Baseball League for two seasons including the 2008 campaign when the Mariners captured the CCBL championship. He has also worked camps and clinics at Boston College and Vanderbilt University, and was the camp director for the Oneonta Outlaw Baseball Camp (2010-2012) and the Massasoit Summer Baseball Camp (2003-2006).
While at Massasoit, Zackrison helped Coach Frizzell guide the Warriors to a 299-176-3 (.629) overall record, including four New England Regional XXI Championships, a 2010 Massachusetts State NJCAA Championship and a 2013 MCCAC Championship. He coached 12 All-America selections, including four First Team selections, and 57 All-Region student-athletes.
A native of Bridgewater, Massachusetts, Zackrison earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Criminal Justice from UMD in 2001, and his Masters of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Bridgewater State in 2003. He is an active member of the American Baseball Coaches Association.
Greg pitched collegiately for two seasons at Massasoit (1997, 1998) and two at UMass Dartmouth (1999, 2000). He helped the Corsairs capture their only Little East Conference Tournament championship in 2000 and advance to the NCAA Tournament.
An adjunct professor at Massasoit in the Social Science department, Greg presently resides in Raynham with his wife, Amy, and daughter, Lyla.