Rogue Underclass Coaching Staff
Jordan Price - Head Coach/Baserunning Coordinator
Jordan is originally from Longview, Texas. He attended New Diana High School where he was a 2x All-District pitcher. He then continued his playing career at LeTourneau University as a 4x letter winner, 2x All Conference pitcher, and helped his team win the 2014 American Southwest Conference Championship. He led the team in appearances during those 4 years. He graduated from LeTourneau with a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology in 2014. In 2015, Jordan was invited to play for the Grand Prairie Airhogs of the American Association League of Independent Baseball.
Jordan began his coaching career at Longview High School (6A) in 2015 where he spent two seasons as the head JV and assistant Varsity coach. In 2017 he began coaching as a graduate assistant at Hawaii Pacific University (D2) but soon returned back home to coach at The Brook Hill School (4A) as the pitching coach and assistant Varsity coach. He continued on with The Brook Hill School for two seasons, making two playoff appearances and a State Championship appearance in 2018. He made summer coaching stops with the THA Stix, Texas Prospects, and 5 Star (TX) Performance Baseball. In 2019, Jordan moved to Littleton, CO and started as an assistant Varsity coach at Valor Christian High School, in charge of pitching and defense.
He is most excited about joining Rogue as the 15u Head Coach with the goal of building players into young men, developing relationships, and getting to be a part of an organization that puts development first with the cutting edge technology to do so.
Jordan is married to Erin Price, and they are expecting their first child in September of 2020.
John Dutton - Assistant Coach/1st Base Coordinator
Bio Coming Soon
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