Andy McCauley has been the Otters' manager since 2010, leading the team to an increased win total each season and the 2016 Frontier League championship. He was the 2014 Roger Hanners Award winner for Frontier League Manager of the Year after he guided Evansville to the playoffs that season for the first time since 2006. McCauley accepted the managers position on July 6, 2010. In 50 games that year, he led the Otters to a 19-31 record but revamped the franchise. The Otters had a slower start in 2011, but with McCauleys leadership, were able to finish the second half of the season above .500. The Otters had 45 wins in 2012 and 51 victories in 2013 (the team's first winning season since 2005). In 2014, Evansville won 57 games and after a 48-48 season in 2015, the Otters finished with 55 regular season wins in 2016. McCauley has managed in the Frontier League before. In 1998, he became the skipper for the Kalamazoo Kodiaks. The next season, McCauley managed the London Werewolves, another Frontier League team, to a 54-30 record and a league championship. McCauley has also had success in the Northern League from 2002-09 with the Quebec Capitales, Schaumburg Flyers and Kansas City T-Bones. It was with Kansas City that he also won another league championship in 2008. McCauley is a 1991 graduate of Mansfield (Pa.) University.