Baseball at Salisbury pre-dates the School’s published records, but a team was active at least as early as 1904, making it the oldest interscholastic sport on the Hilltop. Salisbury recorded its first and second undefeated seasons in 1932 and 1933. The baseball squad enjoyed particular success in the first decade of the new century under coaches Dan Donato and Mark Leavitt, several times winning both the Connatonic League Championship and the Western New England Baseball League crown. John Toffey followed at the helm, leading the Knights to four consecutive WNEPBL Championships.
Today, the Crimson Knights are led by Head Coach Kevin Huber whom also led the Knights to a WNEPBL Championship.
Where Are They Now?
In addition to the MLB Draft, Knights have gone on to play at Boston College, Clemson, College of Charleston, Eckart, Holy Cross, Northeastern, Siena, Tufts University, University of Illinois, University of Michigan, University of Richmond, University of Rochester, United States Naval Academy, Vanderbilt University, Virginia Commonwealth and more!