Jeff is the Vice President and Recruiting Coordinator for the Indiana Twins, and is in his 6th year of coaching for the Indiana Twins. Originally from Yorktown, Indiana, Jeff now resides in Greenwood with his wife Anne. They have a daughter Riley (26), and sons Tanner (24) and Connor (20). A 1984 graduate of Yorktown High School, he is a member of the Delaware County Athletic Hall of Fame. Jeff graduated from Indiana University with a Business Management Degree and was a 4 year member of the Hoosier Baseball Team. Signed as a Free Agent in 1989, he spent 2 years in the Pittsburgh Pirates Organization.
Jeff was a middle infielder during his high school, college and professional baseball career and has been coaching baseball for over 20 years. He brings a passion and excitement for the game and is committed to player development both on and off the field. Jeff is the lead infield and baserunning instructor for the Twins.
Brandon graduated from Mooresville High School in 2012. He went on to play at Indiana University Southeast (IUS) during the 2013 and 2014 seasons. He transferred to Earlham College for the 2015 and 2016 seasons. During his two seasons with Earlham College, he received National recognition. He was HCAC Hitter of the Week and recognized as National Hitter of the Week in 2015. He was a First-Team HCAC All-Conference member in 2016. He graduated in December of 2016 with a BS in Psychology. The following season he served as a volunteer assistant coach and was able to learn from the most winning-est coach in Earlham history. In 2017, as a volunteer coach, the team won its first conference championship in school history and went into the regional for the first time as well. He then played a year of Professional Independent Baseball and is now serving as the Indiana Twins 16U Assistant Coach. Brandon is also a hitting and infield instructor for the Twins.
Dalton just recently finished a successful career at Earlham College. A Brownsburg High School Graduate (2013), Dalton has helped turn the Earlham Program around. Coming out of the bullpen for four years Dalton has been able to help the Quakers conquer many obstacles. During his Earlham career, he helped the Quakers to four consecutive winning seasons and helped win the Quakers first ever conference championship (2017) in program history. While at Brownsburg Dalton helped the bulldogs to three Consecutive sectional championships (2011-2013) coming out of the bullpen and as a starting pitcher, along with playing first and third base.
Dalton was a pitcher during his high school and college career and he brings work ethic, passion for the game, and a desire to teach players the game he has played for 20 years. Dalton is in his 3rd year with the Twins and in addition to his head coaching responsibility, also serves as a Pitching instructor for the Twins.
Brennan graduated from Olmsted Falls High School (OH) in 2012. He went on to play at University of Cincinnati during the 2013 and 2014 seasons. He transferred to Earlham College. During his three seasons with Earlham College, he received HCAC Hitter of the Week multiple times. He was also a multiple First-Team HCAC All-Conference member. He helped lead the Quakers to their first ever conference championship. Was voted to the starting lineup in the All-Star game of the Great Lakes league in the summer of 2016. Decided to forgo opportunities to play professionally to start coaching and giving hitting lessons to athletes after graduation. He graduated in Spring of 2017 with a Business Degree. In addition to his coaching role, Brennan is a hitting, infield and baserunning instructor for the Twins.
Ryan was a graduate of the class of 2011 from Roncalli. He then went on to play at the collegiate level of at University of Indianapolis for two years and Olney Central College for one year. Ryan was a primary 3rd baseman as well as a catcher and 1st basemen. He is currently in school to get his Special Education Degree and hopes to pursue a teaching career as well as coaching. Ryan has been instructing children and high school players ever since graduating high school. During his college career, he helped out travel organizations throughout the summer as an assistant coach. Ryan is going on his 5th year coaching at Roncalli, helping the program win the state championship in 2016. 2019-2020 will be his third year coaching and instructing in the Twins organization.