T.J. Sheedy enters his fifth season on the Eagles coaching staff in 2013. He assists the team in several phases of the game including working with the hitters, base runners and middle infielders.
Sheedy owns an outstanding resume of coaching and playing at the NCAA Division I level. A 1998 graduate of the University of Maine, Sheedy captained the Black Bears during his senior season. After graduation he served as an assistant coach under Paul Kostacopoulas during the 1999 and 2000 seasons.
"Coach Sheedy brings a wealth of knowledge to the coaching staff." Said Eagles head coach J.P. Pyne. "T.J.'s experience as a player and coach at Maine make him an ideal fit in our program. He is a very good communicator and the players really respond to working with him."
Sheedy was named a Freshman All-American after the 1995 season and spent two summers in the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League, playing for both the Chatham A's and the Cotuit Ketleers. He currently holds the Black Bears record for consecutive games played and ranks 3rd in career hits.
A native of Stoneham, Mass., Sheedy resides in Nashua with his wife, Cori and daughter, Lyla. Sheedy serves as an Attendance Liaison in the Nashua School District, as well as the manager of The Cages of Nashua indoor baseball facility.