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Former Tribe Players in the Professional Ranks!

Ben Guez AA Tigers
Mike Sheridan AA Rays
Greg Sexton AA Rays
Chris Rahl AA Nationals
Brendan Harris AAA Rockies
Will Rhymes MLB Rays
Chris Ray AAA Indians
Kevin Landry A Orioles
Logan Billbrough A Cardinals
Bill Bray MLB Reds

W&M Recognizes 81 Student-Athletes with Provost Award

The College of William and Mary's Athletics Department hosted its ninth annual Provost Award reception on Thursday evening (March 15th ) to honor an exceptional group of 81 student-athletes in Kaplan Arena.

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Brian Murphy

 

Head Coach

Brian Murphy was named head coach of the Tribe baseball program on Dec. 3, 2013, and enters his second season as the Tribe's head coach. It will be his third season in Williamsburg, after spending one season as the Tribe's top assistant coach.

In his first season as the Tribe's headman, Murphy wasted little time making his presence known. He led the program to 34 victories, its third straight 30-plus win season, and to the program's first-ever regular season Colonial Athletic Association title. For his efforts, he was named the CAA Coach of the Year. In addition, the Tribe advanced to the CAA title game for the second straight season. As a team, the Tribe batted .310, while it led the country with a 149 doubles. The Green and Gold also ranked in the top in the country in runs (452), homers (55) and RBIs (33). Individually, he helped guide junior Michael Katz to a breakout season, in which he was named a semifinalist for the Dick Howser Trophy and the Golden Spikes Award, while garnering numerous all-America honors. The Tribe also had 11 players recognized with all-conference awards including Katz, who was CAA Player of the Year. Katz along with Nick Thompson and Ryan Lindemuth each inked professional contracts following the regular season.

Murphy, who oversaw the Tribe hitters in 2013, helped the Green and Gold to its most successful season in school history. The Tribe won a school record 39 games, garnered its first at-large bid in the NCAA Tournament and won games in a regional for the first time. Offensively, the Green and Gold finished with a combined .290 batting average, 110 doubles, six triples, and 17 home runs.

The Easton Mass. native, who enters his second season with the Tribe baseball program, after spending three-seasons at Ivy League school Brown.

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Brian Casey

 

Assistant Coach

Brian Casey is in his third season as a Tribe assistant baseball coach. Casey serves as the Tribe's pitching coach, while he is also the Green and Gold's recruiting coordinator. Prior to his time at W&M, he spent five seasons as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Tufts University in Medford, MA.

In his second season with the Tribe, the program continued to grow under the watchful eye of Casey. He helped the program to 34 victories, its third straight 30-plus win season, and to the program's first-ever regular season Colonial Athletic Association title. In addition, the Tribe advanced to the CAA title game for the second straight season. W&M's pitching staff finished with a 4.26 ERA with 367 strikeouts. Individually, sophomore Joseph Gaouette was named All- Conference First-team following a strong season out of the Tribe pen, while starting pitcher Jason Inghram received second team honors. The Tribe had 11 players recognized with all-conference awards including junior Michael Katz, who was CAA Player of the Year. Katz along with Nick Thompson, Ryan Lindemuth and John Sheehan each inked professional contracts following the regular season. John Sheehan was the second Tribe pitcher to sign a professional contract during Casey's time on campus. (John Farrell, 2013)

In 2013, Casey helped guide the Green and Gold to its most successful season in school history. The Tribe won a school record 39 games, earned its first at-large bid in school history, and won its first-ever regional games. Under Casey's guidance, the Tribe pitching staff ranked third in the CAA with a 4.07 ERA in 2013.

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Josh Tutwiler

 

Assistant Coach

Josh Tutwiler is in his third season as the Tribe's assistant coach. A native of Bridgewater, Va., Tutwiler joined the College's staff after graduating from Old Dominion University in 2012.

In his second season with the Tribe, Tutwiler continued to help with the growth of the program. He helped the program to 34 victories, its third straight 30-plus win season, and to the program's first-ever regular season Colonial Athletic Association title. In addition, the Tribe advanced to the CAA title game for the second straight season. As a team, the Tribe batted .310, while it led the country with a 149 doubles. The Green and Gold also ranked in the top in the country in runs (452), homers (55) and RBIs (33). Individually, he helped tutor junior Michael Katz to a breakout season, in which he was named a semifinalist for the Dick Howser Trophy and the Golden Spikes Award, while garnering numerous all-America honors. The Tribe also had 11 players recognized with all-conference awards including Katz, who was CAA Player of the Year. Katz along with Nick Thompson and Ryan Lindemuth each inked professional contracts following the regular season. In the summer he was an assistant coach for the Waynesboro Generals in the Valley Baseball League.

During his first season with the Tribe, Tutwiler helped the Green and Gold to its most successful season in school history. The Green and Gold won a school record 39 games, garnered its first at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, and won its first ever NCAA Tournament games.

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Andy Kiriakedes

 

Assistant Coach

Andy Kiriakedes enters his second season as as an assistant with the Tribe. He spent the previous seven seasons as an assistant coach at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. During his seven seasons with the Brewers, he assisted with the team's hitting and fielding.

In his first season with the Tribe, Kiriakedes (right side of picture below) wasted little time making his presence known. He helped the program to 34 victories, its third straight 30-plus win season, and to the program's first-ever regular season Colonial Athletic Association title. In addition, the Tribe advanced to the CAA title game for the second straight season. As a team, the Tribe batted .310, while it led the country with a 149 doubles. The Green and Gold also ranked in the top in the country in runs (452), homers (55) and RBIs (33). Individually, he helped tutor junior Michael Katz to a breakout season, in which he was named a semifinalist for the Dick Howser Trophy and the Golden Spikes Award, while garnering numerous all-America honors. The Tribe also had 11 players recognized with all-conference awards including Katz, who was CAA Player of the Year. Katz along with Nick Thompson and Ryan Lindemuth each inked professional contracts following the regular season.

With the Brewers, Kiriakedes helped lead the team to its first-ever playoff appearance in 2013. He mentored 21 all-league selections and three all-region honorees.

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