By Chad Herren
Rock Creek Baseball
Washburn University-Falley Field
Head Coach: Chad Herren
Coach Herren will primarily be in charge of overseeing team activities, pitchers, hitting, and 3rd Base Coaching Box. He will also oversee the Junior Varsity squad and help with Coach Johnston.
Coaching Record: 103-56 (64.8%)
Assistant: Jim Johnston
Coach Johnston will primarily be in charge of assisting Coach Herren at the Varsity level, bench manager, and will be the Head of the Junior Varsity squad. Coach Johnston is also the Head Basketball coach here at Rock Creek along as an assistant on the Cross Country Team.
Assistant: Eammon Bradley
Coach Bradley is no stranger to Rock Creek as he graduated from The Rock. Coach Bradley went on to play baseball at Manhattan Christian College where he had a very successful career. He will be working with base running, outfielders and middle infielders primarily. Coach Bradley will man the 1st Base Coaching Box.
Continue the Tradition...
Be a Warrior Every Day....
State Bound 2012
State Baseball Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tdk76OKEbIE
Thanks to the alumni for the scrimmage this year! It was a blast and we will look forward to it next year!
Off-Season Workout- mustangworkout.docx (Can be used throughout the year) Can increase velocity if done and done correctly.
"The Warrior is Confidence, the Demon is Fear"- Garrido
We want to thank Post #186 for supporting and letting us be sponsored by them as we move to Legion Baseball next summer! This give us the opportunity to get in different tournaments and more important play a zone tournament and then on to state. This scenario is more set up like our spring ball situation. We want to continue having 2 teams: Competitive and a 16 and Under team to continue to build a strong program here at Rock Creek. If you have questions feel free to contact me through e-mail or the school's number.
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"Relentless preparation is key:
Anticipate what is going to happen.
Practice your response, and then afterward,
Study what actions you did take and what those results were."