CPL Petitt Cup Champions 2004, 2005, 2015
Petitt Cup Runner-Up 2010, 2011
2015 Perfect Game Summer Collegiate Team of the Year

Coaching Staff


Head Coach / Manager: Bryan Hill – Chowan University

Bryan Hill HSHill returns to Edenton for his fourth season to lead the Teal and Black. Hill started his Edenton tenure off with a wildy successful rookie campaign in 2013. Hill guided the Steamers to a league best 40-11 record in 2013, good enough to win the first and second halves of the Eastern division and the No.1 seed in the Petitt Cup Playoffs. Hill was awarded the 2013 CPL Manager of the Year award for his efforts; the fourth manager in Edenton History to do so. In 2014, Hill led the Steamers to a 36-16 record, which was good enough to win the first half of of the Eastern Division. The Steamers also earned another No. 1 seed in the Petitt Cup Playoffs.

Hill brought the Steamers their first Petitt Cup Championship in 2015, leading the Teal an Black to a 40-15 regular season record and the first and second half East Division championships. Edenton defeated the Gastonia Grizzlies 2-0 in the Petitt Cup Championship series to give the franchise its third CPL championship. For his work, Hill earned CPL Manager of the Year honors for the second time in his tenure with the Steamers.

Hill finished his fourth season as Chowan University’s top assistant baseball coach in 2013. After graduating from Chowan in May of 2009, Hill worked locally as a personal trainer for one season before becoming a volunteer for the Hawks’ as their strength and conditioning coach and helping with day-to-day field coaching for the 2010 season. In 2011, Hill was hired on as an assistant coach at Jackson State Community College where he served in the same role as strength and conditioning coach for the athletic department and as the baseball teams pitching coach. Hill also brings Coastal Plain League knowledge and experience with him to Edenton this summer. In 2007 he suited up for the New Bern River Rats and in 2012, was tapped to serve as the pitching coach for the Wilson Tobs before being promoted to head coach at midseason.

Along with four years of coaching at Chowan University, Hill spent four years (2005-2009) as a starting pitcher and outfielder for the Hawks’ and still holds the career record for innings pitched, logging 267.1 on the mound and in 2006 he was named to the All NCCAA South Region Team as a pitcher.


John Hunter HSAssistant Coach:
 John Hunter – Chowan University

Hunter grew up just a few miles down the road from Edenton in Hertford, NC. After graduating from Perquimans High School in 2010, he continued his baseball career at Barton College in Wilson, NC. After one season with the Bulldogs, he then transferred to the College of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City, NC. Then, after one year with the Dolphins, he made his way the Chowan University in Murfreesboro, NC. Hunter would spend his final two years of college there with Coach Hill. Hunter was a starting infielder for two years. He was a career .300 hitter with 19 doubles, seven home runs, and 52 RBIs. Hunter is now a volunteer coach for the Hawks at Chowan University


Brett Garrett HSPitching Coach:
 Brett Garrett

Garrett is in his 3rd year with the Edenton Steamers. After graduating from Louisburg High School in 2008, he continued his baseball career at Louisburg College in Louisburg, NC. After two season at Louisburg, he transferred to Chowan University in Murfreesboro, NC. Garrett would spend his final 2 years with the hawks, with senior year being under the direction of Coach Bryan Hill. Garrett was a starting pitcher for the hawks. During the 2012 campaign he held a 7-3 record with a 2.00 era, while throwing 81 innings hitters batted .230 off him, had 55 strikeouts, and only gave up 9 walks the entire season.  Garrett was named the 2012 CIAA Pitcher of the Year and First-Team All-Conference.  After his final season, Garrett returned to Chowan as a volunteer assistant coach. Garrett was with the Steamers in 2013 and 2014 seasons under Coach Bryan Hill.  Garrett was the assistant baseball coach at his high school alma mater this past spring.

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