Endicott College names new Head Coach

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BEVERLY, Mass. – Endicott College has announced the appointment of Bryan Haley as the new head baseball coach. Bryan will also work in the admission office in the capacity as Assistant Director.

Bryan comes to Endicott with an extensive coaching background having served as the assistant coach at his alma mater, Brandeis University, in 2000 and 2002. While at Brandeis, Haley coached a pitching staff that ranked 16th in the nation with a 3.41 ERA and earned an NCAA New England Regional Tournament bid. Three of Haley’s pitchers at Brandeis went on to sign professional contracts.

Most recently, Bryan has served as an assistant coach and pitching coach for Columbia University. In six seasons under Haley’s guidance, Columbia has developed six all-conference pitchers and two Major League Baseball contract signers. In between his stints with Brandeis and Columbia, Haley helped lead the Ryde Hawks Baseball Club of the New South Wales Baseball League of Sydney, Australia to a Club Championship in 2002.

Haley is a 1999 graduate of Brandeis University, holding a Bachelor of Arts degree in American Studies. Bryan was a member of the most successful four-year span in Brandeis baseball history in which he was a four-time letter winner, a 1998 All-New England honoree, and the Athletic Director Outstanding Male Athlete winner in his senior campaign. Over the course of his career, the Judges posted a 111-47-1 record and made their first Division III College World Series appearance in 22 years.

Bryan inherits an Endicott team that posted a 16-21 overall record (10-10 TCCC) last year. The Gulls have won three conference championships since the 2003 season, while also earning an ECAC title in 2005. Endicott returns a pair of all-conference players from last year’s squad. The Gulls have a combined 263-216 record in their 13 year existence.