Adam Enright is in the second season of his second stint as Oilmen manager in 2023, his sixth season total as Oilmen manager and his ninth season in the Oilmen organization.
In his first year back to the team, he led the Oilmen to a league championship series appearance in 2022.
Enright previously spent seven seasons in the Oilmen organization from 2012-2018 before a three-year hiatus. He served as an assistant coach from 2012-2014, the franchise’s first three seasons in existence, before being promoted to manager, a post he held for four seasons from 2015-2018. Enright owns an Oilmen-record 123 managerial victories and led his team to Midwest Collegiate League championships in two of his four seasons (2016, 2018) plus an MCL regular-season title in 2017.
Enright spent those three years as the head coach at Missouri Valley College in Marshall, Mo. Now, he’s back in the Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana area as he recently accepted a job as the head coach at Trinity Christian College in Palos Heights, Ill. that will allow him to serve as a college head coach while spending summers leading the Oilmen.
Enright was on staff as an assistant / associate head coach for five seasons at Trinity Christian before leaving to take over the Missouri Valley College program prior to the 2019 season. He helped the Trolls to their first Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament title and an NAIA opening round appearance. During his time at Missouri Valley, Enright guided the Vikings to their first conference tournament appearance since 2016.
Enright graduated from Munster High School before continuing his playing career at South Suburban College and the University of Southern Indiana. He helped the Screaming Eagles to the NCAA Division-II national championship in 2010. Other stops in his coaching journey include Arkansas Little Rock and Chicago State. In November 2022, Enright and his wife Kimmy welcomed two additions to the family – twins Brooks and Collins.