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Rogue Junior Varsity Coaching Staff

Logan Serena
Ryan Christian
Ben Cole
Jordan Serena
Zac Stout

Logan Serena - Head Coach/Outfield Coordinator

Logan grew up in Parker Colorado, where he graduated from Chaparral High School in 2013. He played 3 years in a Varsity uniform and helped them get to final 8 his senior year, as well as being a 2 year all-state honorable mention shortstop. After Chaparral he attended Trinidad State Junior College in southern Colorado where his playing career came to a halt due to injuries. 

 
Logan began his coaching career with Rogue in 2016 as a infield coach. Now he is the Jv head coach and outfield coordinator, and does hitting and defensive instruction at the facility. Along with being at Rogue, Logan also coaches at his alma mater Chaparral and is the JV head coach there as well. 
 
Logan brings a young feel to coaching, making him a great resource and mentor for younger players. He is passionate about not only developing baseball players but developing good people, good relationship and good memories. 

Ryan Christian - Pitching Coach

Bio Coming Soon

Ben Cole

Ben grew up in Parker, CO and graduated from Chaparral High school in 2018 where he was a three year varsity letterman in baseball, and helped the Wolverines to an improving record each year. Ben continued his passion for sports by furthering his education at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. Although his playing days did not extend into college, He is currently in his second year pursuing a Sports Management degree with an emphasis in Business. 

 

Ben is part of the original Rogue club back in 2015 and played for Rogue during the summer and fall seasons through his senior year of High School in 2018. Playing the role as a “super-utility” guy, Ben found himself at almost every position on the field during his playing days, giving him a unique experience playing and learning from each coach Rogue had to offer.

 

Ben joined Rogue for his first coaching role as an assistant for the 2019 16U summer squad. He brings to the table three years of experience and life lessons that Rogue has to offer. Being his first coaching experience, he valued learning from both the players and the coaching staff that he became a part of. 

 

Ben is passionate about helping others and providing young players with the teaching experience that is baseball. He values the everyday lessons and memories he gained from baseball as it is something that he feels will forever keep him young. Ben is always willing to learn from his peers and help achieve the common goal as well as be an outlet to young players about anything and everything as he has recently been in that player position himself. He looks forward to working with his fellow coaches and players, as well as doing whatever he can to help Rogue Baseball grow.

Jordan Serena - Hitting Coordinator

Jordan hails from Parker, CO where he graduated from Chaparral High School in 2011 and was a three sport athlete for four years where he earned 11 combined varsity letters, including All-State nods in both football and baseball. Jordan moved on to play baseball at Columbia University in the Ivy-League accumulating Ivy-League Championships in each of his last three years. Jordan earned All conference recognition sophomore, junior, and senior years and graduated from Columbia in 2015 with a degree in Psychology

Jordan was drafted by the Los Angeles in the 35th round of the 2015 draft and continues his playing career in their minor league organization. Jordan posted a .256 average in the Single-A affiliate Burlington Bees this last season and took on a utility player role, being utilized at every position except pitcher.

Jordan brings a scientific and cause/effect coaching perspective to the players at Rogue with the understanding the uniqueness of movement abilities each player brings to the table. Jordan specializes in being able to coach hitting, defense, and throwing to all players because of his experience and versatility at multiple positions on the field in professional baseball. Jordan also uses his first hand experiences in professional baseball to talk and learn about the mental aspects of the game with players at Rogue.

Zac Stout - Catching Coordinator

Zac is from Highlands Ranch, CO where he attended Mountain Vista High School before going on to play at Colorado School of Mines and graduating with a degree in engineering. After his playing days were over, Zac returned to Mountain Vista as the program catching coordinator for 9 years before joining the Rogue staff in 2019.
 
He works closely with the New York Yankees and Minnesota Twins player development staff to ensure players are given the knowledge and techniques that will scale to the highest levels of competition. Employing constraint led training and data driven player evaluations to allow players to take ownership of their development and find movement solutions that are best for their unique bodies.
 
Zac provides private/group instruction to high school, collegiate, and professional catchers, has been a featured speaker at coaching conventions, and provides catching consulting services to high school and collegiate programs across the country.