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CSUN Baseball to Establish 'Diamond University' Life Skills Program
Being a collegiate baseball player takes more than just putting in time on the field and in the weight room. In addition to practices and games a student-athlete must also excel in the classroom and in the community, but balancing all of these requirements takes skill and determination.
Greg Moore, recently named by Baseball America as one of the Top 10 Assistant Coaches in College Baseball, has been hired as the head coach at Cal State Northridge, CSUN Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Dr. Brandon E. Martin announced today. Moore spent the past three seasons as the associate head coach at the University of San Francisco, where he oversaw pitching, admissions, community service and summer placement.
Jordon Twohig is in his first season as an assistant coach at Cal State Northridge after spending the last three seasons at the University of Washington. At CSUN, Twohig will serve as the Matadors recruiting coordinator, as well as running the team's offense. In addition, Twohig will coach the outfielders and instruct CSUN's base runners.
Christopher Hom joins the Matadors for his first season in 2013-14. He previously spent two years as a volunteer assistant coach at the University of San Francisco, where his duties included developing the team's catchers, academic support, facilities maintenance and camps. While on staff, USF reached the NCAA postseason in 2013. During the 2013 season Coach Hom's core of freshmen catchers lead the West Coast Conference with the fewest wild pitches and passed balls. He assisted in the academic support for a team that set a program record for team GPA.
Matt Hiserman joins the Matadors for his second season in 2014-15 and his first as an assistant coach after one year as the Director of Community Relations. He spent last year developing the Diamond University program. The Diamond University program is a series of classes which combines lessons from behavioral sciences and academics to provide successful habits for the broader life.
Prior to Diamond University Hiserman spent the 2011-2012 baseball season as the University of San Francisco Dons Director of Baseball Operations. In this role Hiserman was integral in all of the programs daily operations; including travel, budget, fundraising, and community service.
Hiserman has spent two summers as a coach in collegiate summer leagues. In 2012 he spent the summer as the Pitching Coach for the Green Bay Bullfrogs in the Northwoods League. During that season the Bullfrogs pitching staff led the Northwoods League in earned run average, strikeout to walk ratio, and several other key categories. The Bullfrogs finished the season with the third most strikeouts in the history of the Northwoods League. In the summer of 2011 he performed the duties of Associate Head Coach for the Fontenatti Athletics in the Far West Collegiate Baseball League.