Kody Keroher will serve as the pitching coach for the Potters this season. Keroher played at and graduated from the University of Nevada Reno after a two-year stint at Solano Community College. In 2004, he was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the 46th Round of the Major League Baseball Draft. After his playing career, Keroher worked as the Pitching Coach for Solano from 2008 to 2012 where he led the Falcons to five league championships and two Super Regional appearances. He is currently the Director of Operations and Facilities at Sacramento State University and he and his famIly reside in Rocklin, CA.
Jon Peters will coach third base and act as an assistant coach with emphasis on infielders and hitting. He is in his third year with Folsom Lake College in the same capacity. Peters grew up in Chino, CA where he was a standout baseball player at Chino High School, earning All-League, All-County, and All-CIF honors. He continued his playing career at Mt. San Antonio Community College for two years and earned a scholarship to NCAA Division II powerhouse Chico State. He helped lead the Wildcats to an appearance in the NCAA DII World Series in 2012.
Mick Lancaster returns as an assistant coach. Mick has a long history of teaching the game of baseball at both college and professional levels, and also served as an Associate Scout for the Miami Marlins for 10 years.
Hitting coach Noah Brewster is a Southern California native that played high school ball at El Toro and Laguna Beach High Schools. Brewster received consecutive League MVP honors and a number of Division 1 scholarship offers, but his playing career was cut short due to injury. He is currently the owner and lead instructor of ProForm Baseball Training in Roseville, CA where he specializes in high-level player development for players of all ages. Brewster has had the opportunity to work with numerous collegiate and professional players. In addition to serving as the hitting coach, Noah will coach first base and work with catchers.
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After a successful college playing career, Ryan Stevens went on to coach at Sierra College for six years (2011-2016) serving as the hitting coach in a high-powered offense. The Wolverines reached the postseason in each of his six seasons on staff.
In addition to coaching at Sierra College, Stevens served as the head coach and general manager of the Sacramento Scorch Summer Collegiate Baseball Club from 2011-2015.
In 2016, Stevens accepted a position with Louisville Slugger as their Player Insight Specialist where he brings in players of all ages to a state-of-the-art indoor hitting facility located in Roseville, CA to evaluate bat performance for future Wilson/Louisville Slugger products.
Ryan currently resides in Rocklin, CA with his wife, Brittany, and son, Hudson.