Bryan born and raised in Northfield, NH. Graduated Winnisquam Regional High School in Tilton, NH Class of 1998. Graduated Endicott College, Beverly Massachusetts, Class of 2002 with a degree in Sports Management. Manager at Strike One, indoor baseball facility in Danvers, Massachusetts, 2001-2005. Bryan is the founder of the Concord Cannons and General Manager of Concord Sports Center 2006-Present.
Played professionally in 2002 for the Brockton Rox of the Independent Northeast League. Played professionally in 2003 for the North Shore Spirit of the Independent Northeast League.
Bryan has coached championship teams at all level of youth sports including New England AAU (Cannons, 2011), Senior American Legion (Concord Post 21, 2012), High School (New Hampton School, 2013, 2015) and Elite Baseball League (Cannons, 2013, 2015, 2018, 2019).
Endicott College Athletic Hall of Fame Member
David has extensive experience in speed training and in baseball. A 2013 graduate of Castleton University in Castleton, VT with a degree in Sports Administration and Business, he has since developed a routine where he plays baseball during the spring and summer, and teaches speed and baseball during the fall and winter months.
After completing his collegiate playing career at Castleton where he holds the school records for stolen bases in a single season (47) and for a career (109), he went on to play two seasons in the Professional Pecos League for the Santa Fe Fuego in New Mexico. In his second year, David showed his speed stealing 31 bases on 33 attempts. After New Mexico he took his baseball career overseas. He has played and coached professionally in three different countries including Austria, Australia, and Sweden. Within each of the clubs he played for, he implemented a team pre-season speed program as well as mid-season workouts for individual players.
In between seasons in Santa Fe and internationally, David would return to Bristol, Connecticut for the fall and winter where he was a Baseball and Speed Instructor at Diamond Kings Baseball & Softball Academy and Parisi Speed School. While at Parisi, David worked with athletes who played a variety of different sports including baseball, softball, football, soccer, basketball, lacrosse, track & field, hockey, field hockey, skiing, and golf. Responsibilities included teaching the fundamentals of athleticism and sprinting mechanics in private, small group, and large camp settings.
David is 29 years old and a native of Contoocook, New Hampshire.