Andy Salvatore became Bard’s head coach in August of 2016, after three seasons as an assistant coach. He initially came to Bard in the summer of 2012.
Before Bard, Andy was an assistant coach at Oswego State University for three seasons. During his time in that role, the team had the highest GPA for any men’s team at the school, and in 2012, they doubled their number of conference wins from the previous two seasons.
Andy attended Oswego State and played baseball there. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Childhood Education with a minor in Athletic Coaching. While a player at Oswego State, he was part of the ECAC Championship team in 2010, and won the 2010 Oswego Dan Dalbis Memorial Award for “Attitude, Perseverance and Dedication.”
Jesse Marsh came to Bard in August of 2016.
A Hudson Valley native, Marsh came to Bard after three years at Div. I Marist, where he was an assistant coach assisting in recruiting, working with catchers and hitters, and overseeing the strength and conditioning program.
Prior to his work at Marist, Marsh was an assistant at Div. I LIU Brooklyn for two years, where his focus was more on defense with the infielders, in addition to coaching hitting and contributing to the recruiting efforts.