C.C. is in his ninth season as head baseball coach after serving as the top assistant for seven seasons.
During the 2014 season he became just the third baseball coach in Coast Guard history to record 100 victories at the Academy. He'll enter the 2015 season with 109 wins, just seven behind Pete Barry for second All-Time.
In 2013 he led Coast Guard to their first ever appearance in the ECAC Championship game before falling to eventual NCAA Qualifier MIT in a 2-0 pitcher's duel. During the season the Bears set a new school record with 24 wins.
He led the Bears to the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) tournament championship game in 2010 and an ECAC tournament berth as the team posted a then school-record tying 21 wins in 2011.
Grant was a part of a coaching staff that led the Bears to the first postseason win in school history in 2002 and led the team to three (NEWMAC) tournament championship games (2000, 2001, 2003).
Grant is also the Co-Defensive Coordinator for the football team, his 16th season as a member of the Bears football coaching staff.
The 1992 graduate of Cortland State spent six seasons as an assistant football coach at his alma mater, the final two as the Offensive Coordinator.
C.C. earned a Masters degree in Physical Education from Cortland State in 1994.