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 Rob Carpentier
Rob Carpentier
Position:
Assistant Coach

Rob Carpentier enters his third season as an assistant coach at Boston College. Carpentier's primary responsibility is working with the pitching staff.

He coached the Eagles' pitching staff to a 4.99 earned ERA in 2001 and 4.23 in 2000, which ranked 35th in the country. In 2000, Steve Langone led the country with a 1.54 ERA, and classmate Andy Sullivan finished 21st in the final rankings with a 2.53.

Carpentier spent the 1998 season as the pitching coach at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell. Before coaching the River Hawks, he was the head coach at the University of New Hampshire during their final season (1997). Carpentier joined the Wildcats staff in 1994 as an assistant coach. During his coaching stint, he received a bachelor's degree in political science.

Before entering the coaching ranks, Carpentier played five seasons in New York Mets organization. The Mets drafted the Andover, Mass. native after pitching two seasons at New Hampshire. Through 1997, Carpentier ranked in the top 10 at UNH in career wins (12), complete games (9) and single-season records for innings pitched (72.1, 1990) and complete games (6, 1990).

Rob and his wife Judy reside in Haverhill, Mass., with their son Robbie (1).

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