Assitant Coach: Georgia State University
Georgia State Brad Stromdahl
Brad Stromdahl comes to Georgia State University after three seasons at Central Michigan University. At Central Michigan, he worked under head coach Steve Jaska, with primary responsibilities revolving around hitting and working with infielders, in addition to assisting with recruiting. Prior to Central Michigan, Stromdahl coached at Marshall University for one season and was a graduate assistant in the Southwest Minnesota State program for three seasons at the Division II level.
Stromdahl will serve as the recruiting coordinator as well as the offensive instructor for the Panthers. The Central Michigan offense flourished under his direction the past three seasons leading the Mid American Conference in over half of the offensive categories each season while producing one Conference Championship, three conference tournament berths and a 42 victory season
Stromdahl also has experience as a head coach in summer leagues, leading the 2006 Thunder Bay Bordercats of the Northwoods League to a runner up finalist for the Northwoods League Championship and the 2004 Wilson Tobs of the Coastal Plain League to the all time attendance record.
"I'm very excited about this new opportunity," said Coach Stromdahl. "I'm thrilled about both the atmosphere Coach Frady brings to the program, and the direction that Georgia State University Athletics as a whole is heading. I am looking forward to the great things the Georgia State University Baseball Program will do in the next few years."
Stromdahl received a master's degree from Central Michigan University in 2006 and Southwest Minnesota State University in 2005. He received his undergraduate degree from Southwest Minnesota State in 2002 where he also lettered in baseball for two seasons. Before SMSU, Stromdahl attended Bethany Lutheran College in Mankato Minnesota and graduated from Lakeland Union High School in Minocqua, Wisconsin.
Stromdahl is engaged to Tessa Rieger of Onaway, Michigan.