Head Baseball Coach
Mike Dickson will enter his eighth season this spring at
the helm of the Roadrunner baseball program. During the
first sevens seasons of his tenure, he posted a record of
277 wins and 70 losses with the team playing in four of
the last seven national championship games, Including
2011. Forty-Six of Dickson’s players have signed four-year
university scholarships and thirteen professional-athletic
contracts. Dickson was tabbed NJCAA, ABCA and Diamond 2010
National Coach of The Year, as well as earned Region XIX
Coach of The
Year five times (2006,2008,2010,2011,2012.)
Dickson came to GCC after coaching stints at the University
of Pennsylvania and Rowan University. While at Rowan,
Dickson helped guide the Profs to a 138–42 record, with two
straight trips to both the NCAA World Series and New Jersey
Athletic Conference (NJAC) championships in 2002 and 2003.
He began his coaching career at his secondary school alma
mater Gloucester Catholic High School (GCHS) where he was
the Assistant Varsity Coach and Head Junior Varsity Coach.
In 2001, GCHS won both the prestigious New Jersey State
Baseball Championship and Diamond Classic. The talented team
capped off a great year by winning the American Legion World
Series that summer.
Dickson graduated from Rowan University in 2002 with a
bachelor’s degree in health and exercise science. While
attending Rowan, Dickson was a three-time All Conference and
three-time First Team All-Region athlete. He also set
offensive records. In 1999, he was named Second Team
All-American, New Jersey Athletic Conference Player of the
Year and Mid-Atlantic Region Player of the Year.
In addition, Dickson earned his master’s degree from
Rowan University in Higher Education Administration. He
received the Medallion for Academic Excellence in the Higher
Education Administration Program because of his strong
collegiate performance. Dickson is a full-time member of the
HPER department at GCC. He
is married to the former Danielle Addeo and they have a
daughter, Mia Addelynne.