Why Baseball at NHTI?
Our Lynx Men’s baseball team prides itself on a strong work ethic, building a strong program from the ground up with recruiting opportunities around the state. Our coaches have extensive experience and push out student athletes to be their best.
Michael Cotter, Head Coach
Tim Duval, Assistant Coach
Tim is a graduate of Manchester Central high school where he played varsity baseball, where earned the sportsmanship and leadership awards in his final season. He coached Babe Ruth for six seasons before returning to Central as the assistant coach from 2002-2012.
Brian Norton, Assistant Coach
Ben Hatcher, Assistant Coach
Current Men’s Roster
Details to come.
Details to come.
2019-20 Season Headlines
NHTI Baseball Falls against Central Maine CC 2-0 in Fall Season Finale
Auburn, ME. – The NHTI Baseball team concluded its fall 2019 season as it fell to Central Maine CC 2-0. Andrew Young picked up the loss for the Lynx throwing five innings giving up two runs on six hits and three walks while striking out three. Cody Grant threw the remaining inning striking out one. Bennett Curtain went three-for-four while Pat McCarthy went one-for-one with two walks.
NHTI Baseball Splits Saturday Double Header
CONCORD – NHTI Baseball split a double header on Saturday as they lost to Southern Maine CC in game one 9-1 and defeated Central Maine CC in game two 8-6. In game one Adam Young picked up the loss throwing four-and-two-thirds innings giving up six runs, three earned on three hits and five walks while striking out seven. Justin Paradise scored the only run in game one for the Lynx as he went 1-for-3. In game two Riley Belleau started the game going four-and-two-thirds innings giving up six runs, five earned on six hits and three walks while striking out one. Jason Taylor came in relief picking up the win going two-and-a-third innings no giving up a run while striking out one. For the offense Derek Canzano went 3-for-5 with a run scored and an RBI. Michael Toleman added a 2-for-3 day with two runs scored and a walk while Matthew Lemire went 1-for-1 with an RBI and a pair of walks.