Taylor Lewis graduated from the University of Maine with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology of Physical Education. At UMaine, he broke school records for most triples in a season (13) and finished second in the country in that category. During his sophomore season, he posted a batting average of .369, with 52 RBIs and was named to the America East First-Team.
After his junior year at UMaine, he was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 10th round as a center fielder. Lewis spent three years in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization, starting in 2011.
After the 2014 season, he decided to retire from playing to pursue a coaching career at the college level. For the last two seasons, Coach Lewis has been a volunteer assistant at UMaine.
Lewis is a Uncasville, Connecticut native and will be working primarily with the outfield and as a hitting coach. He will also be handling a portion of the recruiting responsibilities.