Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach
Barrale begins his seventh season at Williams after spending the previous six seasons as the offensive coordinator and head baseball coach at Norwich. Norwich finished 6-5 in 2003 and went to the ECAC North Atlantic Bowl. Norwich quarterback Ben Clark re-wrote the school's record book.
Before joining the Norwich staff Barrale coached at Hamilton (1994-95), Rutgers (1995 -1996), and Rowan (1997).
Barrale is a 1994 graduate of Northeastern University and was a standout in football and baseball. He led the Huskies in total offense in 1990.
Barrale led the 1994 Huskies to a 35-16 record, the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) championship, was named NAC Tournament MVP and earned NAC All-Star honors.
In the summer of 2002 Barrale was an assistant coach of the Bourne Braves in the Cape Cod League.
Barrale received his Master’s degree in Student Personnel Services from Rowan University in 2004
An Eph assistant baseball coach for two years, Barrale was elevated to head coach in July of 2006. In 2007 he led the Ephs to a 27-10 record, the NESCAC title and the first NCAA New England tourney appearance since 2001.
Barrale and his wife Alix reside in Williamstown.