Joe Doyle

Joe Doyle

A Worcester, MA native, Doyle is entering his 31st year of coaching at Williams. Doyle was a three-year letterman in football and lacrosse at UMass-Amherst, playing on the 1964 Yankee Conference championship football team that played in the Tangerine Bowl.

Doyle retired in 2004 from the Adams (MA) Memorial Middle School where he served as Principal. For 17 years Doyle was the head football coach at Hoosac Valley High School where he led the Hurricanes to two Western Massachusetts Super Bowl titles and seven Class A Conference championships. 

In the spring of 1995 Doyle was inducted into the Massachusetts Football Coaches Hall of Fame.

Doyle came to Williams in 1985 to join head coach Bob Odell's staff and later worked with head coaches Dick Farley, Mike Whalen, Aaron Kelton and now Mark Raymond. Doyle has coached LBs, DL, OL RBs and special teams for the Ephs.

Doyle and his wife Anne live in Adams, MA where they raised their seven children. Their son Dan lettered in football for the Ephs and is a 2006 graduate of Williams.