Harry Oringer '15 enters his second season as an assistant coach with the program in 2017-18.
Prior to his assistant coaching stint with the Gulls in 2016, Oringer served as an assistant coach at NCAA Division I Bucknell University during the 2017 season. While at Bucknell, Oringer worked with infielders and hitters, coach first base during games, was responsible for scouting reports and defensive alignment strategies, and recruited on a national scale.
Before joining the coaching ranks, Oringer played two seasons in Sydney, Australia, in the New South Wales Baseball League. As a member of the Ryde Hawks, he played second base and competed against the Australian World Baseball Classic National Team.
As a student-athlete at Endicott, Oringer was a standout player for the Gulls during his collegiate days and was a three-time Commonwealth Coast Conference All-Conference (CCC) honoree. He was named a D3Baseball.com Second Team All-American as a junior and received D3Baseball.com Preseason First Team All-America recognition entering his senior year. As a senior, he was named Endicott’s Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
Upon graduating, he ranked first all-time in games played, assists, and double plays turned, while ranking second in runs scored and walks, fourth in hits, total bases and stolen bases, fifth in RBI, sixth in on-base percentage and ninth in doubles.
Oringer graduated from Endicott College in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education with a concentration in exercise science. He also was a member of the Phi Epsilon Kappa Exercise Science Honors Fraternity, a member of the Physical Education Club, and earned multiple Dean's List honors.