WORCESTER, Mass. – The College of the Holy Cross has named Adam Krinsky as its new assistant equipment manager, as announced by athletic director Richard M. Regan, Jr. Krinsky will work with the hockey and lacrosse teams as well as assist in the equipment needs for all 27 of Holy Cross’ varsity athletic teams. He will handle the hockey equipment needs with Bauer and lacrosse equipment requests with Maverik.
Krinsky spent three years with the Tampa Bay Rays organization as the Minor League Clubhouse manager working three spring trainings, two extended spring trainings and two instructional league seasons. He was responsible for facility and equipment maintenance at Charlotte Sports Park which is the home of the Port Charlotte Stone Crabs and the spring training facility of the Tampa Bay Rays.
Before joining the Rays, Krinsky was an assistant coach / equipment manager for the men’s hockey team at Plymouth State.
A 2008 graduate of Plymouth State, Krinsky played lacrosse and hockey as he ranks fourth all-time on the lacrosse career points list with 220. His 121 assists are also fourth all-time, while his 99 goals are ninth. Krinsky led the Panthers to their first ever ECAC Championship. He won the John C. Foley Leadership Award and was a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. He graduated with a degree in business marketing.