A 2006 Brandeis graduate and one of the top pitchers in school history, Tim Dunphy joins the Brandeis coaching staff for his fourth season as the squad's pitching coach.
A three-time All-UAA performer and All-New England selection as a senior, Dunphy turned in one of three 10-win seasons in school history as a senior in 2006, when he went 10-3 with a 2.35 earned-run average. He led the Judges in wins, innings pitchers and strikeouts three straight seasons, finishing third on the Judges' career list with 227 strikeouts and 25 victories. Dunphy played in the prestigious Cape Cod League for the Hyannis Mets between his junior and senior season, and went on to play professionally overseas in Belgium for the Namur Lions in 2007.
A Cambridge native, Dunphy was a two-year captain at Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School. He was named MVP of the Greater Boston League as a senior.