Bryan Adamski enters his seventh season at the helm of the Trinity College baseball program heading into the 2019-20 academic year after guiding the Bantams to an 30-9 record and into the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament for the first time since 2012. The Bantams won nine of their final eleven games in the regular season and narrowly missed a spot in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Tournament despite an 8-4 record in NESCAC East Division play. In 2019, Adamski bested his win total again from the previous season with a record of (30-9), capping it off with an NCAA tournament appearance. The Bantams won 18 games in 2018 and 22 in 2017, after catching fire late to reach the NESCAC Finals in 2016. Adamski is 117-96 as Trinity's head coach and has mentored 15 All-NESCAC selections and 37 NESCAC All-Academic Team selections.
Adamski graduated from Massachusetts in 2007 with bachelor's degrees in English and journalism, and holds a master's degree from Springfield College in sport management. He finished his collegiate playing career as the all-time save leader in UMass baseball history. Adamski, who also has two years of head coaching experience with the North Adams Steeplecats in the New England Collegiate Baseball League, served as both the pitching and hitting coach during his tenure at Amherst. He played a pivotal role in all aspects of the Amherst program, as the Lord Jeffs posted a 112-57 record (.663) in his five seasons with four consecutive post-season appearances. He helped Amherst win a College-record 27 games in 2013, and coached the NESCAC Pitcher, Defensive Player, and Rookie of the Year that spring. In his final year as the Amherst hitting coach in 2010, Adamski's hitters posted a College-record batting average of .349, and the Lord Jeff pitching staff set a new team record for ERA (3.17) with Adamski as their pitching coach in 2013. In 2012, the Steeplecats were 22-20 and qualified for the post-season in Adamski's first season after a last place finish the previous year. He also coached prior to North Adams with the NECBL's Holyoke Blue Sox. Adamski resides in Southwick, Mass. with his wife, Stephanie, their son, Kace, and their daughter, Kaelyn.