From NYU Athletics
Chris Foye has been hired as an assistant coach of the New York University softball team. He will assist in all facets of the program.
Foye comes to NYU after a three-year tenure as Head Coach of the Felician University softball team. In 2015, he led the Golden Falcons to their winningest season (14-12) in the CACC (Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference) and coached the first All-Region player in Felician's history.
Foye also accumulated collegiate coaching experience during stints as assistant coach at Montclair State University (2012-13) and at Seton Hall University (2011-12), and as Head Coach at College of St. Elizabeth from 1997-2001. Additionally, Foye brings 15 years of club head coaching experience and is currently the Co-Head Coach of The Heist 18U Elite Travel Team.
"I've known Chris for a long time and I'm confident that he will help bring our program to the next level," said NYU Head Coach Now-Allah James.
A 1995 graduate of Seton Hall with a Bachelor of Science degree in education, Foye also earned a master's degree in athletic administration and coaching from Concordia University Irvine in 2013.
"I'm excited for this great opportunity," Foye said. "Now-Allah has accomplished a lot at NYU in a short amount of time, and I look forward to helping continue the program's success."