Robert Gordian

Coach Gordian is on the staff at the College of New Rochelle baseball team where he is an assistant coach and head of recruiting.

In 1993, Gordian became the assistant coach at Queensborough C.C. in Bayside, NY, where he was mainly responsible for recruiting, computing statistics and running the defense. In his two seasons at QCC, the team compiled a record of 52-10, going 30-4 in 1994 and finished ranked fourth in the nation. In 1994, QCC won the CUNY and Region XV championships and made an appearance in the NJCAA Div. III World Series.

In 1995, Gordian was promoted to associate head coach at Lehman College where he contributed to winning the first ECAC title in school history. Following that campaign, Gordian was offered and accepted the head coaching position and in his first year went to the NCAA Div. III CUNY championship.

From 2001-03, Gordian coached Salesian High School in many capacities, and helped lead the program to a CHSAA Junior Varsity City Championship in 2001 and two CHSAA Varsity City Championship runner-ups in the next two seasons.

Throughout his coaching career, Gordian has worked as an associate scout for the Milwaukee Brewers, Chicago Cubs and Houston Astros.

As a player, Gordian played at Harry S. Truman High School in the Bronx, NY where he led his varsity team with a .400 BA and achieved all-city honors. In 1982, he was named PSAL Rookie of the Year.

Gordian went on to play with the New York Bullets, a Tri-State All-Star team, coached by New York coaching legends George Bodeen, Burt Beagle and Buddy Paine and roomed with MLB Rookie of the Year and World Series MVP, Walt Weiss.

Gordian currently resides in the Bronx and has two sons, Patrick and Craig; and two step children, Dane and Janeen.