Concluding an extensive search process, Princeton Day School named Patrick George Varsity Baseball Coach in December. Coach George has an impressive record at some of the top interscholastic programs in New Jersey as a successful coach with deep expertise and strong relationships with players. He was an assistant coach with St. John Vianney in 2015 when they won the Non-Public A State Championship. He also helped Bishop Eustace rise to the Non-Public A finals. In 2018, as assistant coach at Jackson Memorial High School, Coach George contributed to the team's success as they won the Mercer County American Legion League title and appeared in the New Jersey American Legion State Championship game.
A graduate of Rutgers University and St. John Vianney, where he was a standout high school player, Coach George teaches history and social studies at Jackson Memorial High School. In January, Coach George met with the team players and parents about winter conditioning, the spring break training trip and his coaching philosophy. "For the past eight years, I have had the honor of learning and working under some of the most successful coaches in New Jersey state history. I continue to deepen my understanding of the game and apply a coaching philosophy based on positive characteristics of leadership and team-building relationships with players, families and the coaching staff. PDS has a strong culture of developing strong minds inside of strong bodies. My teams will work hard on the field to develop their individual and team skills, and they will also be leaders off of the field as well," Coach George recently told the team. PDS is excited to have Coach George lead the Varsity Baseball program!