Bryce Colbeth is entering his second year in the Husson Office of Athletic Communications as the Sports Information Director and his third year overall on the staff in 2018-19. He accepted the job of Sports Information Director in 2017 after spending a year in the corporate world.
In this capacity, Colbeth handles most of the publicity for Husson’s teams and is part of the team responsible for updating hussoneagles.com, writing, designing and editing publications such as media guides and game programs, creating video highlights for Husson teams and working to keep Husson athletics prominent in the local, regional and national media. Colbeth also oversees Husson’s social media efforts, using Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube to promote Husson athletics.
Before his year away from collegiate sports, Colbeth was part of the 2015-16 baseball coaching staff led by Steve Trimper, now Head Coach at Stetson University, at the University of Maine. The Black Bears traveled to and defeated Clemson on opening day. The Tigers were powered by eventual 2017 first round draft pick of the Houston Astros, Seth Beer. After their series at Clemson, Maine made their annual trip to Florida. Miami University and 2016 first round draft pick of the Chicago White Sox, Zack Collins, hosted Colbeth and the Black Bears for a single game. The Hurricanes won 2-1, but it took a home run from Collins late in the game. Jeremy Pena, a third round draft pick by the Houston Astros in the 2017 MLB draft, smashed a home run for the loan Black Bears’ run.
From 2013-14 while at the University of Maine, Colbeth was the main contact for the women’s ice hockey team, as the Black Bears defeated #6 Boston University and hosted a women’s hockey east tournament series.
Colbeth was a one-year letterwinner as a infielder on for the Husson baseball team for the 2011 season. Colbeth helped the Eagles' post a 29-17 overall mark with a 12-2 record in North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) East play and advanced to the NCAA DIII Tournament for the first time since 2009 after collecting the program’s first NEAC East Regular Season Title, the NEAC East Championship and the NEAC Championship crown.
Colbeth earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Sports Management from Husson in 2014, he later earned his Master of Business Administration from the University of Maine in 2016.
He is also a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
A native of East Machias, Maine, Colbeth attended Washington Academy. He and his fiancé, Kalli, currently reside in Hampden, Maine.