Prior to coming to Redlands in August 2013, Koehler was the head baseball coach at El Reno High School. In 2008, Koehler came back to his hometown, El Reno, from Cedar Valley College (NJCAA) located in Lancaster, TX. Koehler served 7 seasons there as the head coach leading that program to national recognition, finishing the 2004 season ranked 3rd in the NJCAA national polls. During his tenure there he coached over 40 student/athletes who transferred to and earned four year university scholarships. Coach Koehler also had three former players drafted into Major League Baseball. Koehler also spent six seasons on the coaching staff at the University of Indianapolis as an assistant coach for Coach Gary Vaught. The Indianapolis Greyhounds finished 3rd in the 2000 NCAA II College World Series in Montgomery, Alabama. In January 2012, Koehler was elected into the University of Indianapolis' Athletics Hall of Fame as a member (asst. coach) of the 2000 team. As a player, Koehler was part of a state championship team at El Reno High in '91, earning All-State honors that year as well. Koehler earned All American honors at Redlands C.C. in '93 and after graduation from RCC, transferred to Oral Roberts University. Koehler finished his collegiate playing career at the University of Indianapolis where he received his bachelor's degree in business education ('97) and master's degree in curriculum and instruction- educational technology ('00). Coach Koehler is an active member of the Oklahoma Coaches Association, Oklahoma City Area Baseball Coaches Association, and American Baseball Coaches Association. Koehler is a certified personal trainer (CPT), Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES) and Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES) through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.
Schweinfurth begins his third season as an assistant coach for the Cougars, and first as the team’s primary pitching coach. Schweinfurth played the 2013 season as a middle infielder at Centenary College of Louisiana where he helped the team to a SCAC regular season title. Following his freshman year he joined Redlands Community College where he pitched and played infield for the cougars. Schweinfurth finished his playing career at Southwestern Oklahoma State University, where as a senior he appeared in 22 games, posting a conference low earned run average of 2.13 in 55 innings. His Senior Year he helped the Bulldogs to their first ever Great American Conference Title, which was also the first regular season title since the program joined the NCAA. A native of Mustang, Oklahoma, Schweinfurth, earned his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science in 2017 and he is now pursuing a master’s degree in Sports Management.
Minor begins his first year as an assistant coach with the Cougars working with our infielders, hitters and recruiting. Minor graduated from Medina (Ohio) High School before moving onto Cuyahoga Community College and NCAA DII Lake Erie College to continue his baseball career. During his time at Cuyahoga Community College serving as the third baseman, the Challengers went 92-28 while winning a conference championship along with two NJCAA Region 12 appearances. Minor earned a bachelor's degree in Sport Studies from Lake Erie College where he finished his playing career. In the summer, Minor is entering his third season as head coach in the Diamond Boys Baseball Club organization.