Position: Head Coach
Resides: Delmar, NY
Head Coach Nick Davey is returning to Albany for his ninth season at the helm for the Dutchmen. The team is coming off their most successful season in franchise history, posting a record of 33-16, five more wins than their previous franchise high back in 2016. Davey took over a team that posted a record of 14-24 in 2010 and has improved the Dutchmen into a consistent, perrenial power.
In his nine seasons in the Capital District, Davey has posted a regular season record of 187-187. Davey is set to reach and surpass his 200th career win with the program this summer. He also looks to continue the current streak of 5 consecutive post season appearances.
Albany continues to be a stomping ground for major league talent as five Dutchmen, including University of Virginia infielder Ernie Clement (4th round, Cleveland Indians) and Radford hurler Kyle Zurak (8th round, New York Yankees), were selected in the 2017 MLB Draft. Davey has now coached more than 20 MLB draft picks during his tenure.
Davey is the longest tenured head coach in program history. The team has only had one other head coach, Ryan Horning, who coached for one season in 2009.
Besides coaching for the Albany Dutchmen, Nick is a teacher at Albany High School. Nick, his wife Chrissy, and their sons Drew (3) & Ty (1) reside in Delmar, NY.
2010 - Present: Albany Dutchmen (Head Coach)
- 2017 PGCBL Playoffs: East Division Semi-FInals
- 2017 Regular Season: 33-16 record (most regular season wins in franchise history)
- 2016 PGCBL Playoffs: East Division Finals
- 2015 PGCBL Playoffs: East Division Semi-Finals
- 2014 PGCBL Playoffs: East Division Semi-Finals
- 2013 PGCBL Playoffs: East Division Finals
- Named 2013 PGCBL Coach of the Year
2005 - 2016: All Stars Academy (Head Instructor)
2003 - 2008: The College of Saint Rose (Pitching Coach & Recruiting Coordinator)
1998 - 2002: Pitcher, The College of Saint Rose
- 2 Time Team Captain, 2 Time All Conference Pitcher
- Participated in DII College World Series