Adam Sheibley enters his second season at the head of the Juniata baseball program in 2016.
Sheibley comes to Juniata from Shippensburg University where he was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for three seasons. During his time there, the Raiders were 86-35 and advanced to the 2013 NCAA Atlantic Regional and Division II World Series. He was a hitting, base running, and fielding instructor for the infield and outfield.
Prior to his time at Shippensburg, Sheibley was an assistant coach for Elizabethtown for two years. While there, the Blue Jays won 39 games and qualified for the Commonwealth Tournament in both seasons.
As a player for the Blue Jays, Sheibley (2006-09) finished his career as Elizabethtown’s career leader in runs scored (162), triples (23), stolen bases (95), games played (158) and at-bats (568). He also ranks second in Elizabethtown’s record books for career RBIs (115) and hits (178). Sheibley led the country in stolen bases (51) and stolen bases per game (1.16) during his senior season in 2009. He was a three-time Middle Atlantic Conference All-Conference Team honoree and was both a Rookie (2006) and Player of the Year (2009).
Sheibley received his master's degree in Intercollegiate Athletic Administration from California University of Pennslyvania in 2015.