Baseball

 

Assistant Coach Ryan Tevepaugh

Ryan Tevepaugh is entering his first season on the Baldwin Wallace University coaching staff in 2011-12 and will coach the Yellow Jacket outfielders.

Tevepaugh came to the College after spending the last spring as an assistant baseball coach at his alma mater Kenston High School in Chagrin Falls, Ohio. In his time at Kenston, he helped the Bombers win 22 games on the way to a sectional championship.

In the past five summers, Tevepaugh was a Kenston's summer team head coach winning the Great Lakes Baseball League (GLBL) division championship all five years. For his efforts, he was selected to coach in the GLBL All-star game each of his five seasons. This past summer his team posted a record of 27-4 record.

After graduating high school from Kenston, Tevepaugh played his college baseball at Trinity Christian College in Palo Heights, Illinois. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with a concentration in History in 2008.

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