Brandon is entering his 6th season as a varsity baseball coach at St. Benedict. During this time Brandon has worked primarily with hitters, as well as outfielders, pitchers, and catchers. Prior to coming to St. Benedict, Brandon was an assistant coach at Crichton College from 2006-2009. Brandon’s duties included: recruiting coordinator, hitting coach, working with infielders, strength and conditioning. In his first year at Crichton, Brandon helped lead the school to its first ever NAIA Regional appearance and also saw its offense finish in the Top 20 nationally in numerous offensive categories. The most notable accolades being in the Top 20 in doubles and homeruns, with Top 10 finishes in batting average (0.363) and hits. While at Crichton, Brandon also coached 2 players that signed professional contracts, 3 First Team All-Conference and 5 Second Team All-Conference selections. From 2010-2012, Brandon also coached in the Mississippi Prospects Organization (Team MS). During that time Brandon helped guide numerous players to NCAA, NAIA, and Junior College programs across the country as well as professional contracts. Brandon and his wife, Jourdan, have one son, Easton.
Brent played baseball at Starkville High School, graduating in 2002. He signed with Itawamba Community College and also played at Crichton College. He earned his degree in Interdisciplinary studies with emphases in history and PE from Mississippi State University in 2010. Brent started his coaching career with the Mississippi Prospects in 2010. He came to St. Benedict in 2014 and has coached with both the JV and Varsity. Brent works primarily with catchers.
Coach Frierott graduated from St. Benedict in 2010, lettering in both basketball and baseball. He was a member of the 2009 state runner up team, playing both second base and outfield. Paul graduated from Notre Dame University in 2014, majoring in psychology. He teaches Algebra I and ACT prep at St. Benedict, and he also coaches basketball.
Coach Lawrence is a first year coach. Jacob played baseball and football at St. Benedict for 4 years, graduating in 2014. He is now a sophomore at Christian Brothers University. Jacob redshirted his freshman year at CBU and decided to end his baseball career after one season due to injuries. During his time as a player, he was a catcher and a third baseman. He is studying History with a minor in Political Science. He is also in a program that puts him on a path to earn a Master's Degree in Secondary Education.