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.
Avery Scoville | profile
Prior to joining the Salisbury faculty, Avery spent seven years at Cardigan Mountain School in Canaan, NH. During his time there, he was the Dean of the Ninth grade, taught math and coached alpine skiing.
Avery is an avid outdoorsmen who enjoys, skiing and hunting. During the summer, he lives on Fishers Island, NY where he enjoys fishing on his boat. He is very excited to be joining the faculty at Salisbury where he lives on campus with his wife Sarah and their two labradors Maverick and Chief.
James Simboli | profile
James joined the Salisbury School community in the fall of 2010.
James is originally from Brockport, NY, where he attended Brockport High School. With a passion in history, athletics and education, James attended St. John Fisher College (Pittsford, NY) where he majored in History with a minor in Interdisciplinary Studies. During his time at St. John Fisher College, James was a member of the football team and helped the Cardinals reach their first ever post-season appearance. Upon graduating in 2004, James began a six-year college coaching career by becoming an assistant coach at St. John Fisher. After two years of coaching at his alma mater, James then attended St. Lawrence University where he earned his Master’s degree in Educational Leadership. At St. Lawrence, James also spent four years coaching football for the Saints.
Looking for a professional change that would allow him to follow his true passions in life, working with and coaching student athletes, James arrived on the Hilltop working in the Rudd Learning Center and coaching. Since his arrival, James has moved to the classroom full-time in the History department teaching World History. James is also involved with Student Leadership, such as the Prefects and CLI programs. In athletics, James has helped coach the varsity football team to three Erickson League Championships (2010, 2012, and 2016). and two Class “A” New England Championships (2010 and 2012). James also works with the thirds basketball program.
James and his wife Caitlin live in the Class of 2006 House with their daughters Leah and Sadie and beagle buddy.