Washington High School
Old Dominion University
- Led Wash High to the WPIAL Class AA championship in 2002.
- He batted .446 in 2002, went 4-2 as a pitcher and hit a three-run triple in the WPIAL championship game
- Mr. Gregula was an All-Section baseball performer three years and a four-year starter
- A three-year starter at Old Dominion, he hit .286 in his career with 186 hits, 30 doubles, nine home runs and 93 RBI. He had a .447 slugging percentage, .324 on-base percentage and a .771 OPS. As a senior, he had 19 multiple-hit games, starting all 51 of the Monarchs’ games. He hit .295 or better in all of his final three seasons
- Mr. Gregula led the Little Prexies to the 2001 PIAA and WPIAL football Class AA championships as starting quarterback, placekicker and punter
- He threw 39 touchdown passes in his career, a school record that stood for 17 years. In his senior season, he threw for more than 1,400 yards and 18 TDs. More than 33 percent of his completions in his two seasons as a starter went for TDs
- His 113-career kicked extra-points and single-season 57 extra-points kicked are school records
- Mr. Gregula is one of few kickers to make field goals at both Three Rivers Stadium and Heinz Field
- He also played in WPIAL championship games at Three Rivers Stadium, Heinz Field and PNC Park
- Mr. Gregula played for the Washington Wild Things in 2007, hitting two doubles and two home runs with an .806 OPS in 10 games as a third baseman
- He played on the 2006 NABF Collegiate Summer League World Series championship team, playing for the Pittsburgh Pandas.
- He was the NABF Tournament Team third baseman
- Played on the 2000 Keystone Games baseball championship team
- Tied a Pony World Series record with three pitching victories and helped Washington to finish as the PWS runner up in 1998