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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


Head Coach

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.

Moore becomes the ninth head coach in Matador history as the program enters its 55th year of competition in 2013-14.

While at USF, Moore coached three first-round draft picks and eight players taken in the first 10 rounds of the MLB Draft. Of the eight players, only one had been previously drafted out of high school and three were walk-ons.

Moore began his collegiate coaching career at USF in 2002 as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the Dons. In that role, Moore developed a life skills training program for all incoming student-athletes and maintained the program's alumni outreach efforts. He served in that capacity until 2009, when he took a position as the pitching coach at the University of Washington for one season before heading back to his alma mater.


Jordon Twohig


Assistant Coach

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.

While at Washington, Twohig aided in the program's recruiting and academic efforts. In 2011. Twohig assisted in amassing a nationally recognized recruiting class (#30) at UW, according to Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. In 2013, the Huskies recorded the highest team GPA (3.00) in the program's history. On the field Twohig assisted in the hitting efforts, coached third base and coached the Husky outfielders. Three of his outfielders signed professional contracts along with five earning All-Pac 12 honors in his time in Seattle.

Twohig came to the University of Washington after leading Ohlone College, in Fremont, Calif., to the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) State Championship in 2010. The win was the first state championship at Ohlone College in any team sport. Twohig's 2010 team went 37-10 overall and were 20-5 in Coast Conference play. Ohlone College finished the year ranked No. 3 in the nation according to Perfect Game USA's junior college poll. Twohig was honored as the 2010 ABCA Diamond/National Coach of the Year. Ohlone also boasted eight all-conference players, including two all-American selections, the state's pitcher of the year and three players who were selected in the Major League Draft. The Renegades hit .314 overall and finished in the top 10 in every major offensive category including second in home runs.


Chris Hom


Assistant Coach

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.

Prior to joining the Dons, Hom was an assistant coach at the University of California, San Diego from 2009 to 2011. While with the Tritons, the team reached the NCAA Division II College World Series in 2009 and 2010 and hosted the program's first Division II regional in 2011. Hom coached six offensive All-Americans and three national Gold Glove winners while at UCSD and the Tritons led all of Division II in defense in both 2009 and 2010.

Chris will oversee the internal operation of the Matador Baseball Program, along with Successful Speaker Series as part of the Diamond University Leadership Program.

Hom received his bachelors degree in communications from UC San Diego in 2008 and completed his masters in coaching and leadership administration at Concordia University in Irvine, Calif., in 2011.

Matt Hiserman


Assistant Coach

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.

As a player Hiserman began his college baseball career at Santa Clara University in 2007 in one of the nation's top recruiting classes. During his sophomore year he sat out after transferring to the University of San Francisco. In the spring of 2009 Hiserman emerged as one of the top pitchers on the West Coast when he ranked among West Coast Conference leaders in wins, innings pitched, earned run average, strikeouts, complete games, and lowest opponent batting average.? He followed that up by competing in the prestigious Cape Cod summer league, earning an Orleans Firebirds team award for outstanding performance on and off the field. Hiserman capped off his career at USF in 2011 as the Dons competed in the UCLA regional, the second in school history.

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