Scott Cassidy enters his third season in charge of the Dolphins and fourth overall season with the program. Just the program's fourth coach in the last 45 years, Cassidy has posted a record of 66-45-1 in his first two years, including a mark of 43-15-1 in the program's first year back at the Division II level.
In Le Moyne's first season back at the Division II level since 1988, Cassidy guided the Dolphins to a program-record 43 wins, which included capturing the 2012 Northeast-10 Conference Championship. The Dolphins earned the second seed in the NCAA East Regional and advanced to the regional championship game, where they were edged by top-seeded Southern New Hampshire.
Cassidy spent the 2010 season as assistant coach and pitching coach for the Dolphins, as well as serving as the recruiting coordinator. With Cassidy's assistance, Le Moyne's 2009 recruiting class was nationally ranked by Collegiate Baseball newspaper. Prior to returning to Le Moyne, Cassidy played professionally for 10 years, including parts of three seasons at the Major League level. Following his retirement from professional baseball, Cassidy spent one season as the head baseball coach at Sullivan Community College.
A 2008 graduate of Le Moyne, Chris Murphy is in his second season as an assistant on the Dolphin coaching staff. His responsibilities include recruiting, working with the position players and coaching first base.
Murphy joined the staff of his alma mater after serving as an assistant coach for one year under Le Moyne Gold Wave Hall of Fame member Pete Hoy at Saint Lawrence. Murphy spent the previous season as an assistant at Hamilton College.
A four-year varsity letter winner for the Dolphins, Murphy played in 79 career games as a second baseman and an outfielder. As the team's primary second baseman in 2008, Murphy hit .291 with six doubles and three home runs. He scored 22 runs and drove in another 16 for a team that finished the 33-21 and won 30 of its final 41 games. As a redshirt sophomore in 2007, the Dolphins went 34-19, including a mark of 22-3 in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, and won the conference tournament and advanced to the NCAA Regional in College Station, Texas (Texas A&M).
A native of Laurel Hollow, N.Y., Murphy was an all-league selection as a senior at St. Dominic's High School after hitting .430.