Greg Mamula enters his fourth season as an assistant coach for Cincinnati in 2013. Mamula handles the Bearcats defense, base running and serves as the third-base coach on game days. In addition, Mamula assists with recruiting.
Prior to his arrival at UC in the fall of 2009, Mamula was the head coach at West Chester University of Pennsylvania for three years. During his tenure at West Chester, he averaged 41 wins per season while compiling an overall coaching record of 124-45 (.734).
Regarded as one of the top young head coaches in NCAA Division II baseball, Mamula was named the PSAC-East Coach of the Year and the Atlantic Region Coach of the Year in 2009, while his team finished the year ranked seventh in the nation after reaching the Division II College World Series. It was only WCU's second ever appearance at the Division II World Series. His 2009 team set the school record for wins in a season with 46, breaking the previous mark of 45 that they had set one year earlier.
Prior to hiring Mamula in the fall of 2006, West Chester had two NCAA Regional championship game appearances in its baseball program's history. Mamula led his team to the NCAA Regional championship game in each of his three seasons. His teams ranked among the best statistically in several offense and pitching categories in all of Division II baseball. Over his three seasons, the Golden Rams hit .334 and had a 3.66 team ERA. Mamula mentored two conference Players of the Year, two conference Pitchers of the Year, and one conference Rookie of the Year, in addition to 29 all-conference players, 13 all-region players, four all-American performers and three MLB draft picks. WCU had not had a draft pick in the 12 previous MLB drafts.
Mamula's coaching resume includes five years as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at the University of Delaware (2002-2006). He was also an assistant for three years at Shippensburg University (1999-2001).
In his five recruiting classes at Delaware, Mamula brought in 20 all-conference performers, which included two all-Americans, and 13 players were selected in the MLB draft. In his final year at Delaware, the Blue Hens offense led all of NCAA Division I baseball in home runs (111), doubles (143), and slugging percentage (.574).
As a player, Mamula was a four-year starter as an infielder at St. Bonaventure University, where he was an Atlantic 10 All-Academic Team Selection his junior and senior seasons and served as team captain his senior year.
Mamula and his wife Melissa live in Cincinnati and have two children, Reid (6) and Allison (3).