|Year:||12th at MIT|
|Previous College:||Vermont '85|
After 11 seasons as the head coach at MIT, Andy Barlow has elevated the program to one of the best in the NEWMAC. In 2014 he led the Engineers to their first NEWMAC championship and their 10th winning season in his 11 years at the helm. Barlow has seen his MIT teams reach 20 wins seven times, including a school record 27 victories in 2013 and 2014. A three-time NEWMAC Coach of the Year, his 2014 team also set the school mark with three wins in the NCAA Tournament.
With over 20 years of dugout experience, Barlow made the move to Cambridge from Poughkeepsie, N.Y., where he served for nine seasons as Vassar College’s Head Baseball Coach. During his time with the Brewers, Barlow saw the program improve every season, culminating in a school record 19-win season in 2002.
After initiating a feeder system in Maine through the development of a youth clinic, Barlow extended his professional repertoire in 1988 to include the college scene, when he assumed duties as an assistant baseball coach at the University of Maryland. In 1991, Barlow made the switch to Hamilton, N.Y., specializing in the training of the pitching staff at Colgate University. Barlow stayed with the Red Raiders until inheriting the Vassar program in 1995, opting for the head coaching tag of a team that was just three years removed from club status.
A 1985 graduate of the University of Vermont, Barlow’s breadth of experience also includes time spent coaching in some of the top collegiate summer leagues in the country. Barlow is a longtime member of the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) and is also an active member of the New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association (NEIBA).
|Year:||7th at MIT|
|Previous College:||UMass Boston|
Todd Carroll was named the MIT pitching coach in January of 2010. No stranger to northeast baseball, he had previously been an assistant coach at UMass-Boston, Salem Community College and Harvard University. At UMass-Boston, Carroll helped the Beacons to their first winning record in school history in 2002. At Salem, both of Carroll’s pitching staffs finished the year with earned run averages under four and in 2007, Harvard’s pitching staff led the Ivy League by nearly a full run. At MIT his pitching staffs have consistently ranked among the best in Division III; in 2013-14 the Engineers finished among the top-20 in ERA, strikeout-to-walk ratio, WHIP and walks allowed per nine innings.
Carroll has also gained experience through summer baseball, coaching in three of the most prestigious leagues in the country. From 2002-2005 he was the pitching coach of the Mill City All Americans of the New England Collegiate Baseball League, working under current MIT assistant coach Chip Forrest. In 2007, Carroll served as an assistant coach with the Wareham Gatemen of the Cape Cod Baseball League, and in 2008, he served as the Head Coach of the Bennington Bombers of the New York Collegiate League. Carroll has also spent a year as an associate scout with the Major League Baseball scouting bureau. A noted clinic instructor, Carroll has worked clinics at Boston College, Harvard and the University of Arizona, amongst others. Sixty three of Carroll’s former players have signed professional contracts.
|Year:||1st at MIT|
|Previous College:||Brandeis University '09|
Joining the MIT baseball coaching staff for the 2015 season is Nick Gallagher. He brings seven years of collegiate coaching and playing experience to his position with the Engineers.
Gallagher spent three years (2009-12) as an assistant coach at Brandies University where he was involved in all aspects of the Judges’ program, including recruiting and on-field coaching duties. He also spent two years as a “bird dog” scout for the Oakland Athletics, identifying potential professional players in the Northeast from both the high school and collegiate ranks.
A 2009 graduate of Brandies with a BA in psychology, Gallagher was a four-year member of the Judges’ baseball team, earning both all-conference and all-conference academic honors.
|Year:||1st at MIT|
|Previous College:||Johns Hopkins University '13|