Frank Greene - Head Coach
Head Coach Frank Greene returned in the fall of 2010 to again serve as the skipper for the Bulldogs. Greene previously coached from 2000 to 2008 and accumulated a 242-128 record during that time. Coach Greene led the Bulldogs to a third-place GPAC finish in 2012 with a league mark of 13-7.
Greene reached career victory No. 300 on April 20, 2013, when the Bulldogs swept Mount Marty in a GPAC doubleheader.
In 2007 Greene led the Bulldogs to the GPAC Post-season Championship and their fifth-consecutive Regional Tournament. In 2005 his Bulldogs won the GPAC regular-season championship and were rewarded with the No. 1 ranking in the final NAIA Region IV poll. For his efforts, he was named the 2005 Region IV Coach of the Year and the GPAC Co-Coach of the Year. The Bulldogs also won the conference championship in 2008. In his first year back in 2011, Concordia fell just short of the GPAC Tournament Championship.
As a freelance sportscaster, Greene has broadcast over 30 state football, basketball and volleyball championship games. The Wayne State College graduate earned his master's in radio-television-rhetoric at Colorado State University. Greene lends his talent to the Concordia Sports Network and helps broadcast many Bulldog athletic events.
Greene has three adult children and five grand-children. His wife, Cindy, works in Placement and Counseling at Concordia.
Frank Greene - Career Record Following 2013 Season
303-189 (11 years)
Contact Coach Greene
- 402-643-7311 (office) • Frank.Greene@cune.edu
Clarissa Eloge - assistant coach
Clarissa Eloge entered her second season as graduate assistant coach for the Concordia softball program in 2013. Eloge enjoyed an impressive softball career at Concordia and is one of the top players in the program's history.
Eloge was a four-time first team All-GPAC performer during her Bulldog career. She was the 2009 GPAC Player-of-the-Year. As a junior, Eloge was the honorary captain of the Omaha World Herald’s NAIA All-Nebraska Softball Team. Clarissa hit over .400 in her career with totals of 133 runs scored, 118 RBI’s and 23 home runs.
Clarissa is pursuing her Master’s Degree in ESL/ELL at Concordia. She resides in Seward.
Dale Lehnhoff - assistant coach
Dale Lehnhoff begins his first season as an assistant coach specializing in recruiting at Concordia University in 2012-13. He brings an energetic, positive and enthusiastic approach to the game. He is known for his passion for softball and his desire to help young women succeed and move to the next level.
Lehnhoff has been involved in fastpitch softball for the past 16 years, compiling an extensive coaching record that includes experience at the international, collegiate, high school and youth levels. In his most recent collegiate position, Lehnhoff served in a recruiting role at Mesa Community College in Mesa, Ariz.
He also filled assistant coaching positions for one season at Gateway Community College in Phoenix, Ariz., and for two seasons at Scottsdale Community College in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Lehnhoff currently coaches in the esteemed Firecracker organization after seven combined years as a high school coach in Arizona at Thunderbird High School, Coronado High School and Saguaro High School. During that time, he also coached at local middle schools.
On a national scale, Lehnhoff has guided club organizations featuring under-12 youth teams as well as adult teams into national competition, with finishes as high as 12th. On the international stage, Lehnhoff was chosen by USA Athletes International to take a U.S. team into fastpitch tournaments to Italy for the summer of 2010, Australia in 2011, Prague, Czech Republic, in 2012 and The Netherlands in 2013. Lehnhoff’s teams won silver medals in both Italy and Australia.
In addition, Lehnhoff began working in 2012 as a coach at the first-ever all-European softball camp in Chocen, Czech Republic, where he will return in 2013. Players from around Europe, including those on Ukraine and Czech Republic national teams, flock to the camp.
Lehnhoff also works full time at Universal Technical Institute in Phoenix, Ariz., as the Supervisor of Admission Support.