Joe Eadie
Joe Eadie
Title: Head Coach
Phone: 413-478-5133
Year: 27th Season

Joe Eadie enters his 27th season as the head men's golf coach at Springfield College in the fall of 2019. Eadie is the head golf professional at the Fenway Golf Range in nearby East Longmeadow, Mass., and is in the process of becoming a PGA Professional.

A native of Springfield, Mass., Eadie is a graduate of Putnam High School, where he was a baseball, soccer, and wrestling standout.

As an athlete, Eadie has competed in several professional tournaments and won the Kinny Open Tournament in Hartford, Connecticut, in September 1997. He also has finished in the top 10 at the Boston Open Tournament three different years. In the past he played on the Silver State Tour in Las Vegas, Nevada, and the Golden State Tour in California. In the summer of 1998 Eadie played golf with former president George Bush and 1997 PGA champion Davis Love III.

Coaching Highlights

  • In 2018, named the NECC Coach of the Year after leading Springfield to the conference championship.
  • Led Springfield College to a NECC Championship in 2012, earning a spot in the NCAA Championships for the first time in program history.
  • Earned the prestigious Gordon McCullough Award at the New England Championships in 2012, after coaching NECC Player and Rookie of the Year, Adam Ziewacz.
  • Named NECC Coach of the Year in 2008 after leading Springfield College to an NECC Championship, with Greg Levings earning the conference’s player of the year honors.
  • Captured the third straight City Championship over American International and Western New England in 1997
  • Won the first CAC Tournament crown and qualified for its second-straight Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Tournament in 1996. 
  • Finished first overall in the spring of 1997 at the Franklin Pierce College Invitational Tournament and fourth among 17 teams at the Massachusetts Intercollegiate Golf Tournament Championship.
  • Won the Franklin Pierce Invitational at Shattuck Golf Club in Jaffrey, N.H. in 2006, and placed fifth in the ECAC's.
  • In 2012, Tim Vollaro earned the Prestigious Elite 89 Award for NCAA Division III Men's Golf Championship.