Bryan Adamski was appointed as Trinity College new Head Baseball Coach in July of 2013, following a five-year stint as an assistant coach at NESCAC rival Amherst College. He enters his fourth season at the helm of the program heading into the 2016-17 academic year. In 2016, he guided the Bantams to a 17-21 overall record, a 7-5 record in NESCAC East Division play, and a second-place finish in the NESCAC Baseball Tournament Championship. During the season, Adamski saw senior C Scott Cullinane named as the NESCAC Defensive Player of the Year, while Cullinane, senior OF Nick Pezzella, and first-year 1B Johnny Stamatis earned All-NESCAC honors. Under Adamski's guidance, the Bantams finished the 2016 season tied for second in the NESCAC with 17 home runs and third with 48 stolen bases. In his three seasons as head coach, Adamski has mentored 21 players who have garnered NESCAC All-Academic distinction thanks to their hard work in the classroom, including five in 2016.
Adamski graduated from Massachusetts in 2007 with bachelor's degrees in English and journalism, and holds a master's degree from Springfield College in sport management. He finished his collegiate playing career as the all-time save leader in UMass baseball history. Adamski, who also has two years of head coaching experience with the North Adams Steeplecats in the New England Collegiate Baseball League, served as both the pitching and hitting coach during his tenure at Amherst. He played a pivotal role in all aspects of the program, as the Lord Jeffs posted a 112-57 record (.663) in his five seasons with four consecutive post-season appearances. He helped Amherst win a College-record 27 games in 2013, and coached the NESCAC Pitcher, Defensive Player, and Rookie of the Year that spring. In his final year as the Amherst hitting coach in 2010, Adamski's hitters posted a College-record batting average of .349, and the Lord Jeff pitching staff set a new team record for ERA (3.17) with Adamski as their pitching coach in 2013. In 2012, the Steeplecats were 22-20 and qualified for the post-season in Adamski's first season after a last place finish the previous year. He also coached prior to North Adams with the NECBL's Holyoke Blue Sox. Adamski resides in Southwick, Mass. with his wife, Stephanie.
The 2010 Fermi High School graduate was named All-Conference all four years and was named All-State twice in his high school career. The Enfield, Conn. native began pursuing a college degree in the fall of 2010 at Indian River State College, a highly touted Junior College in Fort Pierce, Florida. During the 2011 summer, Mayo played in the Florida Collegiate League, where he was awarded first-team league honors. The following year, Mayo transferred to Division II Mars Hill University in Mars Hill, North Carolina. Mayo spent the 2012 summer playing for the Geneva Red Wings in the New York Collegiate Baseball League (NYCBL) and spent the 2013 summer out west, playing for the San Francisco Seals in the Far West League and Alaska League. He was named to the All-Star Game during that summer in the Far West League. Mayo then headed to NAIA, Point University, located in West Point, Georgia. The most recent summer of 2015, Mayo played for the Seacoast Mavericks in the Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL).
Matt Mayo's coaching career is just beginning. His first coaching experience was in the Fall of 2013 where he served as the 18U Head Coach for the Dream Bat Bombers Fall team. He coached the team to the league championship game that fall. The following spring at Point University, Mayo served as a Student-Assistant Coach. That summer, of 2014, he was an Assistant Coach for the 18U Dream Bat Bombers team and Head Coach in 2016. In August of 2016, Matt served as a trials coach for the USA Baseball Women's national team.
Tim served for 4 years as a left handed-pitcher at Springfield College while attaining his Bachelors degree in Biology and his Masters degree in secondary education in Biology. During his time at Springfield, Tim earned the Provost Award for the highest GPA in Biology during his sophomore year. Tim was the assistant coach for the Longmeadow High School Baseball Team and Basketball Team from 2003-2008. While at Longmeadow, Tim was part of the D1 Western MA Championship Team in 2008 (basketball). In the fall of 2007, Tim led the Enfield Legion Fall baseball team to a 16-5 record, using wood bats while the competition used aluminum. Tim also served as the pitching coach for the Holyoke Giants (NECBL) for four seasons. While serving as the pitching coach for the Giants in 2005 he guided the team to a league best 2.38 team ERA allowing a minuscule 96 earned runs in over 363 innings pitched.
In 2009, Tim took the next steps in furthering his coaching career by accepting the head basketball job at Hopkins Academy (Hadley, MA) and pitching coach at Division 3 Elms College (Chicopee, MA). Tim now owns and operates the Dream Bat Company (Enfield, CT) as well as the DBC Baseball School. He was the lead baseball instructor for the Cressotti Baseball School from 2000 to 2009 and has worked at many of the areas top baseball camps and clinics. Tim has coached and mentored several current and past professional players as well as countless collegiate players.
In 2010, Tim accepted the pitching coach position at Western New England College in Springfield, MA. In 2011, Western New England's pitching staff finished #2 in the country for the fewest walks allowed/9 innings and #20 in ERA. The Golden Bears also made the school's first appearance in the College World Series.
Tim was the pitching coach at national powerhouse Eastern CT State University in 2014 & 2015. In Mayo's first season at Eastern, the pitching staff finished first in the Little East Conference in ERA, strikeouts, strikeout-to-walk ratio, WHIP and shutouts, ranking 14th nationally with a 2.79 ERA which was 1.24 lower than the previous season and the best overall in 11 years. In addition to ERA, the staff ranked among the national Top 20 in shutouts and WHIP. Individually, Eastern pitchers were ranked 3-4-5 in the conference in ERA. Eastern CT was named the #1 seed in the 2014 NCAA Regional. In 2016, Mayo made the jump to the NESCAC to become the Pitching Coach at Trinity College. He is now entering his second season at Trinity.
In addition to making the move to Trinity, Mayo has been assisting with the USA Womens National Team (USA BASEBALL). Tim's role with USA is to instruct USA's pitchers along with help choose the National Team. In the summer of 2015, the USA Women won the Gold Medal in the Pan Am Games. Mayo was named Bench Coach for the USA Women's National Team in 2016, where he coached in the World Cup in South Korea.
Tim is entering his 7th season as Bomber GM and currently resides in his hometown of Enfield, CT with his wife Amber and son Owen.
Gedman is entering his 2nd season at Trinity College. Gedman coached previously at Noble & Greenough School and with the Pittsfield Suns of the Futures League. He attended the University of Massachusetts where he played baseball and ice hockey for the Minutemen. Gedman recently finished coaching his first fall season with the Dream Bat Bombers baseball club.
Gedman was the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association District Player of the Year and an All-New England and All-Atlantic Ten honoree in 2011 when he led the A-10 in batting average at .402. Gedman was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 45th round in 2011 and played four years professionally with the Lowell Spinners and the 2013 Carolina League Champion Salem Red Sox.