|Title:||Baseball Assistant Coach|
|Previous College:||Husson '85|
Returning for his 22nd season on the Huskies' coaching staff, Ed Boyce spent six years as the head coach at Sanford (Maine) H.S. prior to coming to USM. He is the Huskies' pitching coach and third base coach.
Over his six seasons (1992-97) as the head coach at Sanford, Boyce guided his teams to a combined 86-20 record and a Western Maine Class A championship in 1997. His 1995 and 1996 teams also reached the Western Maine Class A title game.
Prior to coaching at Sanford, Boyce spent six years (1986-91) as the head coach at Massabesic (Waterboro, Maine) H.S. where he compiled a 58-58 mark. Four times in a ten-year period (1988-97), Boyce was named Coach of the Year.
In 2017, Boyce was honored by the Collegiate Baseball Umpires of Maine (CBUA-Maine) with the 2017 Al Card Sportsmanship Award. The Al Card Award is presented annually by the CBUA-Maine to a person, whether an umpire, coach or player, who best extemporizes the qualities of Al Card, long-time collegiate baseball umpire. Boyce was honored for his professionalism, enthusiasm and dedication on and off the field.
A 1985 graduate of Husson College with a degree in business administration and business teacher education, Boyce lettered three years for the Braves as a catcher. He also played some in the outfield and saw occasional relief pitcher duty while playing for Red Wilson. He was a two-time all-state catcher at Bangor (Maine) H.S. playing for Bob Kelley, and also lettered twice in football playing for Gabby Price.
Presently the Attendance Coordinator at Sanford High School, Boyce and his wife, Doreen, have two daughters and two grandsons, and reside in Sanford, Maine.