Brad Warnimont

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Brad Warnimont has been a college coach for over 20 years.

Warnimont was All-Conference in football and baseball (once hitting three home runs in a game). He was assistant coach at Ohio State University, Capital University and Cornell University. He then became a head coach, going 10-26-2 in 1990 at Bethany College. He was 167-132-4 at Ashland University from 1991-1997. He took the school to the 1995 Division II College World Series when they had never appeared in that event before. He also coached for the Austrian national team in the 1996 European Championship B-Pool.

From 1998-2001, Warnimont led Salem International University to a 86-106-2 mark. The school led all of college baseball with 3.92 steals per game in 1999. In 2002, he became head coach of the University of Rio Grande, posting a record of 310-232-1 in his first 10 seasons. In 2010, the school led NAIA in swipes.

After 22 seasons as a college coach, Brad's clubs are 573-514-7.

Source: Rio Grande bio