Mike Goodnight has been an instructor with the Warriors baseball family since 2014, previously coaching the Houston Warriors 13U-Red and Houston Warriors 16U-Blue. A graduate of the University of Houston, he was drafted twice by professional baseball, finally signing with the Cleveland Indians organization. He is currently working as an Asst. Coach at his alma mater of Westside HS.
The Warriors baseball family is blessed to have Auntwan Riggins as an anchor for our youth and high school programs. After completing his professional playing career with the Toronto Blue Jays and San Diego Padres organizations, Coach Auntwan was an instructor at Proway Baseball Academy. In 2013, he coached the Warriors 8U and 10U squads. Shortly thereafter, he took the lead of the Houston Warriors 16U-Silver team. In 2015, he became a NCAA D1 head coach at Prairie View A&M University. You can continue to see Coach Auntwan at Warriors Baseball Academy!
Travis Tully was a standout All-Conference centerfielder at the University of Houston, before being drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks. After finishing his pro career, he worked as a volunteer assistant at U. of H. Additionally, he had a stint as an assistant coach at St. Thomas High School. Travis remains close to the Cougar program, and is available for lessons at Warriors Baseball Academy.
Matt Tindall grew up in the Houston area, playing baseball at Lamar high school and competing with the Houston Heat showcase program. Matt continued playing at Trinity University, where he helped the team to reach their first trip to the NCAA DIII World Series. After graduating from Trinity, Matt signed with the Los Angeles Angels. He was recently traded to the Washington Nationals organization where he'll report for spring training in March 2017. Matt leads the ACE90 Velocity program for the Warriors program.
Jeremy York is entering his 12th season as varsity Head Baseball coach at Memorial High School. A perennial power in the greater Houston area, Coach York has lead countless ballplayers to the NCAA Division 1 level, as well as professional baseball. Past ballplayers include Boomer White, Wayne Taylor, Kasey Clemens, Beau Rathjen, and Drew Tolson. His passion for the game makes it a privilege for the Warriors family to have his leadership in the dugout. Since 2014 he has coached a Warriors 16U/18U squad, and will also coach the Houston Warriors 9U-Silver team the summer of 2017.
Brian Jackson is a 6' 4" RHP from California who started his career at San Diego Mesa JUCO, then transferring to University of Southern Colorado. He was drafted by the Cleveland Indians before being traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates organization. Coach Jackson became a sidearm specialist, and can teach pitchers the unique (and very sought after) talent of throwing from that arm slot. He currently owns his own social media and internet marketing company. Says the best ballplayer he ever played with was some "young kid" named C.C. Sabathia...!