Matt Noone, Camp Director
Baseball Coach, Babson College
A graduate of Princeton University, Matt Noone begins his 17th season as director of the Baseball Camp and head baseball coach at Babson College. Since his arrival, Babson has become a perennial power in New England collegiate baseball. In the 2019 season, Noone helped the Beavers capture their second consecutive NEWMAC regular season and tournament titles, won a school-record 35 games, and came within one victory of reaching the Division III College World Series as the runner-up at the York (Pa.) Regional. Noone also is nationally recognized as a top instructor and clinician, having presented at the World Baseball Coaches Clinic, Massachusetts Baseball Coaches Convention, and for the New Hampshire High School Baseball Coaches Association. During Noone’s 29-year coaching career, he has directed summer baseball camps at Northeastern University and St. Sebastian’s School, and served on the baseball camp staff at Princeton University, Harvard University, Boston College, and Belmont Hill School.
In addition to his collegiate coaching duties, Noone has spent the last 13 summers as a major league staff assistant for the Boston Red Sox and is the proud owner of three World Series rings.