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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.
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
Brian Murphy enters his first season as an assistant coach for the Tribe baseball program. Murphy joins the Tribe from Brown University, where he served as an assistant for the past three seasons.
While at Brown, Murphy served as the Bears recruiting coordinator and hitting coach. During his three-year tenure in Providence, R.I., Murphy mentored 10 All-Ivy League selections.
Prior to his time with the Bears, Murphy was an assistant at Bryant University in Smithfield, R.I., (2006-09) where he was the recruiting director for the Bulldogs. His on the field responsibilities at Bryant included overseeing the catchers, outfielders and batting. In 2008, he was a member of a Bulldog squad that captured the Northeast-10 Championship. His tenure at Bryant was highlighted by 132 victories, two NCAA Tournament Regional final appearances and a school-record 42 wins in 2008. At the plate, Bryant improved every season in batting average and runs per game under Murphy's tutelage.
Brian Casey is in his first season as a Tribe assistant baseball coach. A native of Milford, Mass., Casey joins the College's staff after serving as an assistant at Tufts University during the past five seasons. Casey will serve as the Tribe's pitching coach, as he inherits a staff that led the CAA last season with a team ERA of 3.01.
While at Tufts, Casey served as the recruiting coordinator, strength and conditioning coordinator and scouting director. During his time, his responsibilities on the diamond included the development of infielders, hitters and pitchers. In the Jumbo's daily practice plan, Casey orchestrated a video analysis, helping improve mechanics and hitting production. He also served as the Jumbos junior varsity coach, overseeing every aspect of the program.
As Tufts' recruiting coordinator, Casey organized the Jumbos recruiting schedule and commanded the Jumbos Winter Prospect Camp, which annually draws over 100 prospects from across the country. Serving as the strength and conditioning coordinator, Casey implemented in-season and off-season workouts. During Casey's five years as an assistant, the Jumbos made four postseason appearances, including back-to-back NESCAC titles in 2010 and 2011.