EMAIL Joe Waite at firstname.lastname@example.org IF YOU HAVE A POSITION OR OPPORTUNITY FOR WISCONSIN BASEBALL COACHES THAT YOU WOULD LIKE POSTED ON THIS SITE.
Head Varsity Boys Baseball Coach: The Clinton Community School District has an opening for a Head Varsity Boys Baseball Coach. The Head Varsity Boys Baseball Coach has the overall responsibility for the organization, coordination, management and coaching of the entire high school boys baseball program. Applications will be accepted via WECAN ID #11869 and must include a letter interest, resume, three letters of recommendation and a listing of references. This position will remain open until filled. Contact Jeff Spiwak at email@example.com with questions.
The Nicolet Baseball team is looking for a Varsity Assistant Coach. Please call or email Head Coach Jason Grodsky if you are interested. 414-469-7519 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are still looking for two head coaches for our program. We need an 11U Coach and a 14U coach. We are an high level travel program that has players from Northern Wisconsin, Northeast Wisconsin and up into the Upper Peninsula of Michigan... about a 2.5 hour radius of Appleton where our home facilities are. They are paid positions and those interested can contact Rick Cavaiani with the Wisconsin Panthers at email@example.com. Our website for our program is www.pantherbaseballclub.org.
Eleva-Strum has an opening for a Varsity Assistant coach. We are looking for someone who has baseball playing experience, the ability to teach fundamentals and someone who loves the game of baseball. If interested, please contact Head Coach Grant Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-222-2310.
Madison LaFollette is looking to fill our assistant coaches at all levels(Freshman-Varsity). Please contact Director of Athletics for Madison La Follette High School, Kevin Porter: email@example.com
6 Tool Baseball School is looking for a head coach at the U14 level. The 6 Tool Baseball School is competing in the Major Youth Baseball League this summer in addition to several tournaments on weekends between May and July. 6TB has two teams at the U14 level and is in need of a coach for the second team, or B team. If interested please contact 6TB Director Sal Bando, Jr. at (414) 232-7973 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Slinger High School is looking for a JV2 Coach for the upcoming spring baseball season. Practice starts March 20th. If you are interested in the position, please contact Head Coach Kamron Koplitz. email@example.com or (920)-573-7846.
Madison East HS has openings for Assistant Coaches (all levels - Varsity, JV, and possibly Freshman). Interested candidates can apply via the MMSD employment website - the positions will remain open until filled or contact: TJ Rogness, Athletic Director, Madison East HS, firstname.lastname@example.org, 608 204-1720
Saint Thomas More HS in Milwaukee, is currently seeking candidates to fill 2 baseball coaching positions (head coach and assistant) at the Junior Varsity level for the upcoming 2017 season. TM participates in the WIAA Spring season as a member of the Metro Classic Conference. Ideal candidates should derive from a baseball background and have a strong interest in teaching the game to high school athletes. These are paid positions that require 15-20hrs a week from late March to late May.
Interested candidates please contact:
John Hoch, Athletic Director
414-481-8370, ext. 120
Westosha Central High School is looking for a head freshman coach for the 2017 season. If interested please contact head coach Jake Morman. 262-945-8132 or email@example.com
Edgewood HIGH SCHOOL is looking for a head freshman coach for the 2017 season. The head freshman coach will work with 12-18 athletes and will be responsible for providing a safe and fun environment while teaching them the Edgewood way in correspondence with the philosophy of the program. If interested please contact head coach Richard Newton. 608-469-0474 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Waukesha West High School has two openings coaching positions available for the 2017 WIAA Summer Baseball Season. These positions will be for the Head JV#1 and the Head JV#2 / Freshmen teams. We are looking for someone who has a deep passion for the game of baseball, who has experience in playing and coaching baseball, and a strong desire to teach the game to high school boys. If interested in either of these positions, please contact Chad Montez at (262) 970-2960 or by email at email@example.com
Oconto High School has an opening for a JV baseball coach for the 2017 season. We are looking for someone with baseball playing experience, the ability to teach fundamentals and to ensure that the high school athletes learn the essential skills of the game. To complement the skills of the game, the coach needs to have the ability to teach sportsmanship, a competitive spirit and teamwork. Please contact head coach Adam Timm at Adam.firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-604-0918.
WAUNAKEE HIGH SCHOOL is looking for a head freshman coach for the 2017 season. The head freshman coach will work closely with the head coach to ensure consistency with fundamentals, practice planning, style of play, etc. If interested please contact head coach Spencer Lee. 608-628-2714 or email@example.com
PITCHING COACH. Milwaukee Riverside is seeking a pitching coach for the 2017 season and beyond. Ideally, a candidate would have prior experience as a pitching coach or in pitching instruction but we are willing to talk to all interested applicants. Candidates should have a passion for working with urban student-athletes and growing the sport in the inner city. Duties would include developing a plan for developing pitchers at all levels of the program, managing bullpens, drills and pitcher strength and conditioning, game-day coaching duties with the varsity team, and other duties associated with the position. Please contact head coach Matthew Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org. Milwaukee Riverside is a Division 1 high school in the Milwaukee City Conference. Our student body is 94% ethnic/racial minority and most families qualify for free/reduced lunch. We have had continued success in the City Conference over the last 15 years. We have several former players continuing their baseball careers and education at 2- and 4- years colleges and universities.