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Coaching Staff

BJ Neverett - Director of Player Development

Neverett, a 2010 inductee into the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association Coaches Hall of Fame, brings 28 years of coaching experience to the Silver Knights staff. He has managed Nashua High School, which later became Nashua High School South, for the past 17 seasons, compiling an impressive win-loss record of 241-100, including eight trips to the Final Four and two State Championships (2001, 2005). At least 65 high school players have gone on to play college baseball under Neverett's eye, including 17 Division 1 athletes and three New Hampshire Gatorade Players of the Year. He was named 2001 'Coach of the Year' by the Lowell Sun. He has spent the last ten years as Chairman of the Senior All-Star Team for the New Hampshire Baseball Coaches Association. In the winter, Neverett is a member of the IAABO Board 17 and the ECAC as a basketball official. He has two children, Emily (17), who will be attending Keene State in the fall to study biology and to swim, and Hannah (13), currently a seventh grader at Pennichuck Middle School and member of the New England Diamond Gems Softball Program. His brother, Tim, is the TV/radio voice of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Neverett has taught physical education at Fairgrounds Middle School for the past 27 years.

Neverett is a 2 time FCBL Champion first as Assistant Manager in 2011 and again as Field Manager in 2012.

Ted Currle - Field Manager

Currently the Athletic Director at Norton High School as well as the Head Baseball and Football coach.  Ted has been the Head Coach at Norton for Five Seasons accumulating a 70-45 record, winning the Massachusetts Division 3 State Championship in 2010.  Prior to Norton, Ted was the Head Coach at Liberty High School in Bealeton, Virginia for 6 Seasons.  He has been on the summer collegiate baseball circuit for 11 years.  Ted spent 8 season coaching the Fauquier Gators in the Clark Griffith and Valley League located in Virginia.  In the inaugural season of the FCBL, Ted was the Manager of the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks leading them to a 23-21 record.  The past two seasons he was the Associate Head Coach of the Brockton Rox helping lead them to two playoff berths.  Ted played Division I Collegiate Baseball at The George Washington University in Washington, DC from 1995-99.    Ted and his wife Sue reside in Norwood, MA with their newborn son Benjamin.

Kyle Jackson - Pitching Coach

Kyle is entering his 2nd season with the Nashua Silver Knights as their pitching coach. Jackson, a native of Hudson, NH and alumni of Alvrine High School, played professionally in the Boston Red Sox organization for several seasons. Kyle was drafted in the 32nd round of the 2001 MLB Draft after attending St. Petersberg College in Florida. 

Paul Koch - Hitting Coach

Paul Koch joins the Knights from Ashburn, Virginia where he lives with his wife Joanne and sons Parker (14), Devon (11), and Bennett (8). 

 

Paul is the head baseball coach of  the Phoenix of Rock Ridge High School in Loudoun County, Virginia.  A veteran college and high school baseball coach since 1996,  Paul returns to the Futures League where he previously spent two summers alongside Coach Currle with the Brockton Rox.  This past summer, Paul and his family returned stateside from an overseas tour in China.  While in China, Paul managed the varsity baseball program at the International School of Beijing, traveling internationally to compete throughout Asia. Paul also ran youth camps and created a competitive youth baseball program-the Sports Beijing Dynasty- the first of its kind in Beijing. College summer baseball is an integral part of Paul's career, starting with the Vienna Mustangs in the Clark Griffith League and later managing the Fauquier Gators in the Valley Baseball League. Paul began coaching at James River High School in Richmond, moved to Oakton High School in 2000, then to Fauquier High School in 2004 where he led the Falcons until his family's relocation to China in 2011. While coaching high school and college baseball players, running youth baseball camps, and teaching private baseball lessons are all passions for Paul, he is a high school English teacher proudly serving his 15th year in Virginia public schools. A graduate of James Madison University, Paul was a catcher for the NCAA Division I baseball team.