|Title:||Head Coach and Athletic Grounds Manager|
|Previous College:||St. John’s ’99|
Craig Everett will begin his 12th year as the Head Baseball Coach at Concordia (N.Y.) during the 2019-20 academic year.
Everett holds a record of 187-276-2 at Concordia with a 118-132 mark in conference play. Everett has led the Clippers to five conference tournaments while finishing the season with a league record of .500 of higher six times.
Over the course of his career at Concordia, Everett has developed 18 All-Conference honorees while guiding Luis Gonzalez to Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Player of the Year accolades in 2013, the same year Everett was named the CACC Coach of the Year. During the 2018 campaign Everett mentored his second Clipper to Conference Player of the Year status, with Dylan Lawrence garnering CACC Pitcher of the Year honors.
On the national level, the Clippers have garnered three Daktronics All-Regional honors, two NCBWA All-Regional distinction and one D2CCA All-Regional Accolades since Everett became the head coach.
Everett came to Concordia after seven seasons as the Head Coach at Queensborough Community College in Bayside, N.Y. Under Craig's guidance, the Tigers won the City University of New York (CUNY) Baseball Championship in 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2008 as well as the Regular Season Championship in 2007. Everett claimed CUNY Coach of the Year in 2005. In addition, Queensborough was the 2005 Region XV Champions and appeared in the NJCAA Division III World Series.
Craig is also the President of the Team New York Cardinals, where he works directly with players ranging from 12-18 years old. While head coach of the Cardinals, Everett guided the team to the 1998 US Amateur Baseball Federation World Series in San Diego, Calif.
Currently, Everett is an adjunct professor at Queensborough Community College along with being the head coach and Athletic Grounds Manager at Concordia.
Everett earned a pair of degrees at St. Johns, earning his undergrad in 1999 and a dual masters in Special Education and Elementary Education in 2010.
Everett currently resides East Rockaway, New York with his wife Catherine, daughter Claire, and son CJ.
Head Coaching Record
|Year||School||W-L-T (Overall)||W-L (Conference)||Postseason|
|2009||Concordia||23-23-1 (.500)||14-10 (.583) (ECC)||ECC First Round|
|2010||Concordia||28-22-0 (.560)||12-8 (.600) (CACC)||CACC First Round|
|2011||Concordia||16-23-0 (.410)||10-10 (.500)|
|2012||Concordia||12-31-0 (.279)||9-11 (.450)|
|2013||Concordia||22-22-1 (.500)||13-7 (.650)||CACC First Round|
|2014||Concordia||13-22-0 (.371)||9-11 (.450)|
|2015||Concordia||18-17-0 (.514)||11-9 (.550)||CACC First Round|
|2016||Concordia||12-28-0 (.300)||9-11 (.450)|
|2017||Concordia||10-28-0 (.263)||7-15 (.318)|
|2018||Concordia||20-26-0 (.435)||16-16 (.500)||CACC First Round|
|2019||Concordia||13-34 (.277)||8-24 (.250)|
|Total||11 Seasons||187-276-2 (.402)||118-132 (.472)|