Head Coach Scott Dulin has been the Head Baseball Coach for 18 seasons. In the 2018-19 season, Coach Dulin coached his most successful season to date, finishing the season with a 42-16 record, the highest in school history. He also reached a personal coaching milestone as he now has over 500 wins in his coaching career. In his 18 years at the helm, Fisher College Baseball has compiled a record of 490-379-2 and has qualified for post season play every year since 2003, including a berth in the 2018-19 season in which the team came up just short of their first ever bid to the National Tournament. Combined, Fisher College Baseball have earned 12 conference titles, have been nationally ranked, and participation numbers have tripled from year one to now. For six straight seasons (2004-2009), Dulin was named the Sunrise Conference Baseball Coach of the Year. Additionally, he was named the NAIA Region X Baseball Coach of the Year for five consecutive seasons (2004-2008), and was named the 2007 recipient of the NAIA Region X Coach of Character Award. Coach Dulin has also coached numerous All-Conference and All-Region Players, four Rookies of the Year, seven Players of the Year, and has seen several players go on to play professionally.
Before beginning the Athletics and Baseball programs at Fisher College, Dulin was the head coach and Assistant Athletics Director at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy for two years. Prior to that, he was an assistant coach at his alma mater University of Maine-Farmington. Coach Dulin holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History from UMF, where he was a four-year starter in the infield and a two-time captain. In 2004, Dulin was named as an Envoy to Costa Rica while working for Major League Baseball International where he taught the game of baseball to some and introduced it to others. In 2011, Coach Dulin was awarded a Master's of Education with a concentration in Athletic Administration from Endicott College.
Scott, his wife Kara, and their daughter Ella reside in Andover, Massachusetts. When Scott is not on the field or at the college, he and his family are usually out discovering different parts of the world. They have traveled to Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, Europe, Egypt, Tunisia, Maldives, and Costa Rica.