Cody Doyle returns to Wareham for his second summer as an Assistant Coach. Doyle will work primarily with the catchers.
Doyle began his coaching career at the University of New Haven serving as a volunteer assistant during the 2019 season specialized in coaching the catchers and assisted with the hitters and recruiting. Prior to coaching, Doyle enjoyed a four-year career at Sacred Heart University.
At Sacred Heart, Doyle appeared in 160 games over four seasons. During his collegiate career, the Pioneers appeared in three Northeast Conference tournaments, including winning an NEC Championship in 2015. Doyle served as a co-captain during his senior season and was also named to the 2018 Johnny Bench Award Watch List, an award presented to the nation’s top collegiate catcher.
In addition to his time at Sacred Heart, Doyle competed in three collegiate summer leagues. He was selected as an all-star in both the Futures Collegiate Baseball League and New England Collegiate Baseball League, and also spent a summer playing in the Coastal Plains League. Doyle also briefly played in the Canadian/American Professional Baseball League after graduating college.
Currently, Doyle is working as a math teacher at Trinity-Pawling School while also serving as an assistant coach for the hockey, football and baseball teams.
A native of Avon, Connecticut, Doyle is a 2014 graduate of Avon Old Farms School, where he played hockey and baseball. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in business economics from Sacred Heart University in 2018.