Adam Griggs begins his first season as an assistant coach with the MIT football program in 2017 and will be the team's co-special teams coordinator and tight ends coach.
Griggs came to MIT from Bentley University, where he was the wide receivers coach and special teams coordinator for four seasons. This was his second stint as an assistant coach with the Falcons as he was the program's offensive line coach and recruiting from 2008-11.
Griggs was also the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Assumption College in 2012, which was his second stint with the Greyhounds after previously working as the team's tight ends and assistant offensive line coach in 2007. His other experience includes working as an assistant coach at Alvirne High School.
A three-year starter and four-year letterwinner for the Falcons from 2002-05, Griggs received his Bachelor of Science degree in information design and corporate communications from Bentley in 2006. As a player, Griggs was a two-time Northeast-10 All-Conference center, including First Team in 2004. A team captain as a senior, he was selected as a Division II All-Northeast Region performer by both Daktronics and Don Hansen's Football Gazette.
Originally from Hudson, N.H., he currently resides in Waltham, Mass.