Meet The Staff

Our coaches and front office staff

Coaching Staff


Jerod Edmondson

Edmondson previously served as Head Baseball Coach for Saint Anselm College from 2020 through fall 2023, where his 2022 team set a record for home runs at 57, surpassing a record that had remained unbroken since the 2001 season. Edmondson returned to the Hilltop from UMass Lowell as an Assistant Coach for the baseball program. With the River Hawks, Edmondson served as the team's hitting coach and recruiting coordinator. During his time with the River Hawks (2007-09, 2016-19), he was responsible for many aspects of the NCAA Division I program, including the scheduling and planning practices and training, team meals, scouting reports, recruiting, and fundraising. Prior to UMass Lowell, Edmondson was an assistant coach at Framingham State University from 2013 through 2015 and was promoted to Interim Head Coach in 2014. While with the Rams, Edmondson managed a roster of 25 student-athletes and was responsible for both strength and conditioning and all recruiting duties. As a professional, Edmondson competed in the Canadian-American Association from 2007 through 2014. He is tied for the league record with 166 doubles and ranks second all-time in league history with 751 hits and 445 runs scored. He also ranks third all-time with 398 runs batted in and fifth in career stolen bases with 125. 

Hitting Coach

Chris Edmondson

Chris was the captain and four-year starter for Division 1 LeMoyne College in Syracuse, NY. He still holds many of their offensive records, including career Home runs and RBI’s, and was a 2008 all-American and 2009 preseason all-American. After college, Chris was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals and went on to play for them for 3 years. After a short stint with the Rockland Boulders of the Can-Am league, Chris signed with the Atlanta Braves. Upon finishing his playing career, Chris had a stint as an assistant coach at UMASS Lowell. He now resides in Whitman, MA with his wife Kim and son Austin.

Pitching Coach

Dan Sausville

Dan played for and graduated from the University of New Haven in 2006 with a Bachelor's degree in Sports Management. Sausville went on to sign to the Can-Am league in 2007, eventually landing with the Quebec Capitales in 2009. He played an active role in four Can-Am championship teams with the Capitales. Sausville also played for three other teams in the league during his career, and one season in the United Baseball League with the Laredo Broncos. Upon retiring from playing, Sausville opened a baseball & softball training facility called Sauce Baseball. The facility operated for 7 years before Sausville stepped away to take family time. Sausville remained active as a remote trainer, and now eyes his first return to in-person coaching. Sausville was born and raised in Schenectady, New York, to parents Robert and Susan. He still resides in his home state with his wife and two children.

Pitching Consultant

Chuck Hernandez

Front office & Staff