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Tim Byrnes, HEAD COACH

Tim Byrnes is in his eighth year as the head baseball coach at Hamilton College. Byrnes guided the Continentals to a program-record 16 wins in 2013 and he has coached Hamilton to 72 victories so far.

Two of Byrnes' players have received a total of three NESCAC all-conference honors and Gabe Klein made the D3baseball.com all-region team in 2012. Three student-athletes made the 2013 NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team. Hamilton players led the conference in stolen bases, walks and saves last year, and the Continentals topped the NESCAC with a school-record 85 swipes.

Byrnes led Hamilton to three straight years of 10-plus wins for the first time in program history from 2008 to 2010. Byrnes' players hold program records for most runs, hits, doubles, total bases, strikeouts, innings pitched and highest batting average and on-base percentage in a career. The Continentals are 4-2 in the Jackie Robinson Game against Utica College under Byrnes.

Byrnes was the head coach at Morrisville State College in 2005 and 2006. One Morrisville player was selected a National Junior College Association of America (NJCAA) Division III All-American in 2006. The All-America award was the first in program history. Byrnes' players earned two NJCAA academic All-America and two academic all-region honors.

Byrnes earned two varsity letters as an outfielder on the St. Lawrence University baseball team. He graduated with a degree in sports and leisure studies and a minor in education. Byrnes is from Cazenovia, N.Y.


Danny Barth is in his second year as an assistant coach with the Hamilton College baseball team. Barth graduated from Lewis & Clark College in 2004. He was a four-year letter winner and a three-year starter at catcher, and occasionally played first base and right field. Barth served as an assistant baseball coach at his alma mater, Rex Putnam High School, prior to beginning graduate school.

Barth earned his master's degree and Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University in 2012. He currently serves as an assistant professor in the department of economics at Hamilton.