Conley spent the past three seasons at Trinity (David B. Newman Photography).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Joining the Crimson baseball staff in 2016, Tom Conley has been added as the program's newest assistant coach.
Conley joins the Crimson staff after spending the past three seasons at Trinity. During his tenure with the Bantams, Conley helped the team improve its conference record in each of his three seasons, working with the catchers and hitters. The team finished second in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Championships in 2016. Conley helped five players earn NESCAC All-Conference honors, including 2016 NESCAC Defensive Player of the Year Scott Cullinane at catcher.
As the head coach for the Pittsfield Suns of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League, Conley assisted the Suns in reaching the playoffs in the past three seasons with the team winning its first conference championship in the 2014. He served as a mentor to four players selected in the Major League Baseball draft while in Pittsfield.
Conley served as an assistant coach at Bryant University during the 2012-13 season, and supported the team to the NEC Conference Championships. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts in 2012, where he played catcher, Conley later received his master's degree from Trinity College in 2016.