Courtland High School Cougar Baseball 2018
Greg Pins is entering his third season as a member of the Cougar Baseball coaching staff. Coach Pins played centerfield for four years (1978–1981) at Beckman High School in Iowa. After graduating, he played three years (1982–1984) of semi-pro baseball as an outfielder for the Dyersville Whitehawks. Coach Pins attended Northeast Iowa Community College for two years prior to enlisting in the United States Marine Corps. While stationed overseas, he was actively involved in competitive powerlifting. Coach Pins has worked at the Spotsylvania Career and Technical Center as the Metal Trades Instructor since 1991. Coach Pins lives in Spotsylvania County and is married to Jenee Pins with three boys, Jonathon 21, Kyle 18, and Patrick 15.
Coach Acors on Coach Pins: "We are so fortunate to have Coach Pins join our staff this spring. He embodies everything we look for in our players and coaches and sets a great example for us all. His character and leadership are second to none. His ability to communicate with our guys is fun to watch and his knowledge of the game is quite extensive. He brings a wealth of knowledge in the realm of strength and conditioning that no other program in the state possesses. I look forward to seeing the role he plays for our staff and our program moving foward."