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New Coach 2013

batesseniorday In 2013 Paul Chiampa will be the coach of the Tulln Ravens!!!

Paul graduated from Bates College in the Spring of 2011 and is very excited about the opportunity to work with the Tulln Ravens in this coming Spring.  He will bring years of New England baseball experience gained from working with players of all ages and talent levels.  He is eager and determined to build all facets of the program while also spreading the game of baseball throughout Tulln.


batesPaul Chiampa comes to Tulln after spending a year as an assistant coach at Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts.  He began his college coaching career immediately after graduating from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine where he was a starting pitcher for all four years on the baseball team.  Paul graduated as the all-time leader in career starts and strikeouts as well as the in-season record holder for both categories.  His class graduated with the most wins in Bates baseball history over their 4 years and set a record for the most wins in a season with 25.  In high school, Paul was named the 2007 Patriot League MVP, 2007 Massachusetts State All-Star Game Most Valuable Pitcher, was a two time All-Scholastic player and led his team to the first playoff win in the program's history.  


His coaching career began at the age of 15 when he worked at various summer baseball camps in the New England area for players aged 5-14.  Paul’s first head coaching job came at the age of 18 where he was selected as the coach of an adult league baseball team that has won 3 straight league championships in the Ted Williams League.  During his summers in college, he founded and ran his own baseball camp designed for youth baseball players from his hometown of Pembroke, Massachusetts.