Kerry Finnigan, Head Coach
(603)644-8216 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Kerry Finnigan is a graduate of UNH (Class of '78) and an avid sports fan. Coach Finnigan brings an extensive coaching experience along with him, most recently acting as an assistant coach for the St. Anselm Softball program since 2003. In addition to his time at St. Anselm Coach Finnigan has also coached at Manchester, NH Central High School. He has an extensive background working with youth and young adults in a variety of settings including his full-time position working as a youth counselor at the Sununu Youth Services Center. With over 20 years of softball and basketball coaching experience at all grade levels, Coach Finnigan has a proven ability to communicate with all ages and backgrounds. Coach Finnigan's presence at NHTI adds to the tradition of excellence that NHTI has established.
Kristina Rieger, Assistant Coach
(603)568-6422 - Rieger.Kristina@gmail.com
Kristina Rieger graduated from Southern New Hampshire University (2012/MS Sport Management and Athletic Administration) and from Daniel Webster College (2010/BS Sport Management). Coach Rieger was named Daniel Webster's 2009 Female Athlete of the Year and 2010 Female Scholar Athlete of the Year for her performance on the volleyball and softball teams. She earned First Team All Conference selection for volleyball and was captain of the NECC Championship Team that captured the college's first program championship for women's volleyball in 2009. Additionally, she was a tri-captain and Second Team All Conference selection for softball. In March of 2010, Kristina was named the "Hometown Hero" by WMUR - Channel 9. Prior to Daniel Webster College, she attended NHTI - Concord's Community College and was a key member of the volleyball and softball teams where she was named a USCAA Academic All-American for volleyball. Kristina is a graduate of Concord High School where she lettered in volleyball and softball.
Stacy Seidner, Assistant Coach
Stacy Siedner graduated from Wheelock College in 2009 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, and is currently earning her Masters in Athletic Administration from the University of Ohio. While at Wheelock she played both softball and soccer, and received the Wildcat Award (2006) and Coaches Award (2008) for softball. Siedner was a pitcher for the Wildcats, and a co-captain her junior and senior year.
Siender graduated from Pembroke Academy in 2005 where she played varsity soccer and softball.
Stacy has previously coached junior varsity softball at Pembroke Academy, and she currently works in the education field.