Tom Sheridan has been a college head coach for over 20 years.
Sheridan was an assistant coach at the University of Scranton in 1979. He was a graduate assistant coach at James Madison for two years, then was an assistant for four more. During his time, James Madison made the 1983 College World Series. In 1988, he became head coach at the University of Mary Washington, going 511-226-3 over his first 22 years. Sheridan was named Capital Athletic Conference Coach of the Year 12 times during this period.
Source: Mary Washington bio