Varsity Cross Country
Head Coach: Kevin Huber
Kevin Huber is from Blue Point, NY where he attended St John The Baptist high school. At Salisbury, Kevin serves as the Fifth Form Dean and the Assistant Director of Athletics, while assisting the cross country team and heading the varsity baseball program. Kevin recently completed his seventh season at Yale University in 2016 helping guide the Bulldogs to the Red Rolfe division championship. He has over a decade’s worth of collegiate, high school and club coaching experience. Prior to joining the Yale staff, he spent four seasons as the defensive and hitting coach at Fairfield. He also coached at the University of New Haven, where he helped guide the Chargers to a 2004 NYCAC Championship.
Kevin has also coached scholastically at Greens Farms Academy and is the founder of the Connecticut Blue Jays Baseball Club and has led the squad to several top-10 finishes in national tournaments. His coaching has produced over 300 collegiate student athletes and over 30 professional players most notably George Springer (Houston Astros) and Matt Barnes (Boston Red Sox) .
Kevin is a 2000 graduate of the University of Bridgeport , where he played four years of baseball and ran one year of cross country with the Purple Knights. The former All-NECC player last played professionally in 2001 with the Zurich Lions in Switzerland as a catcher and infielder. He resides in Quaile North with his wife, Celina, and children, Timothy and Sara.
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Hailing from Westford, MA, Tom studied Political Science and Africana Studies at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, where he served as an elected representative of the student government as well as a three sport Division 1 athlete on the varsity cross country, track & field, and crew teams. He went on to earn his law degree from Suffolk University Law School in Boston.
Tom is admitted to both the state and federal bars in the state of Massachusetts, and his legal background includes practice in the areas of insurance defense litigation, employee stock ownership plans, and immigration— with a particular emphasis on immigrants from Central America and mainland China. Due in part to this experience, Tom is fluent in Spanish and proficient in Mandarin Chinese.
In addition to his legal practice, Tom also worked at his alma mater, Holy Cross, as a counselor in undergraduate college admissions— a role that saw him visit, recruit, and evaluate students from over 100 different high schools throughout the country and determine qualifications for acceptance as a voting member of the college's twelve-person admissions committee.
Tom's passion for education, oratory, and athletics brought him to Salisbury, where he serves as college counselor, instructor of public speaking, and coach of the cross country and crew teams.
He enjoys running and playing piano, as well as writing and performing original stand-up comedy material, which he has done at clubs and colleges across the country for over a decade.