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Front Office Staff

Mission Statement of Omaha Storm Chasers Baseball

It is the philosophy of this company to serve Nebraska and the region by providing affordable, accessible, family-oriented entertainment in an environment that is clean, safe, and fun for all ages. We strive to promote and support our communities in a professional manner through service, leadership and employment opportunities that are available to everyone while earning a responsible profit for our shareholders.

The hope of our company is to always dream of what can be; to determine how goals can be accomplished; and to work together in a collaborative style that maintains a family, team-driven effort that continues to seek the perfect vision.


Gary Green Chief Executive Officer

Larry Botel Managing Partner

Eric Foss Managing Partner

Brian Callaghan Managing Partner

Peter Huff Managing Partner

Evan Friend Managing Partner

Stephen Alepa Managing Partner

Front Office

Martie Cordaro President and General Manager  

Martie Cordaro

Martie Cordaro is President and General Manager for the Omaha Storm Chasers, Triple-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals. In 2018, Cordaro will celebrate his twentieth season in Minor League Baseball and has been with Omaha since 2007. Cordaro, the 2013 Baseball America Minor League Executive of the Year, has previously been honored with the Omaha Sports Hall of Fame Community Service Award and the Sarpy County Chamber of Commerce Business Leader of the Year.

Cordaro was intimately involved in the research, negotiation and project management to build a ballpark for the franchise in Sarpy County, thus keeping Triple-A Baseball in the Omaha metro area. He led the process of the successful rebranding and renaming of the Omaha franchise and has headed the nine highest Omaha total revenue seasons. The Chasers have truly found a home in Sarpy County as more than three million fans have enjoyed games and events since the park opened in April 2011. In addition to orchestrating the naming rights partnership with Sarpy County-based Werner Enterprises for Werner Park, Cordaro led the organization's efforts to host the 2015 First National Bank Triple-A All-Star Game. The team won back-to-back Triple-A National Championships in 2013 and 2014.

With community at the forefront of Cordaro's daily efforts, the team was named 2016 Ballpark Digest's Charity Team of the Year. In 2013 and 2017, the team was the Pacific Coast League's nominee for Minor League Baseball's John Henry Moss Community Service Award, given to a club "that demonstrates an outstanding, ongoing commitment to charitable service, support and leadership within their local community and within the baseball industry". The Chasers were also honored as the PCL's nominee for MiLB's Larry MacPhail Award in 2014. The franchise was bestowed the Sarpy County Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year in 2009 and again in 2015. Omaha won a prized Veeckie from ESPN the Magazine in 2008, 2009 and 2010.

The Pacific Coast League's executives voted Cordaro the 2011 PCL Executive of the Year. Ballpark Digest, the leading website covering the business of baseball, named Cordaro and former team president Alan Stein the baseball industry's 2011 co-executives of the year. The Kansas City Royals honored Cordaro as their 2009 recipient of the Matt Minker Award, which recognizes an outstanding minor league affiliate employee. Cordaro also was among the honorees for the Midlands Business Journal's "40 under 40" recognizing entrepreneurs and business executives under the age of 40 for 2009; he also was a Suburban "Under 40" honoree in July 2011. In 2012, Cordaro was honored by his high school alma mater, Ruston High School, as its Young Alumnus of the Year.

Cordaro came to Omaha from Battle Creek, Mich., where he spent the 2005 and 2006 seasons as General Manager for the Southwest Michigan Devil Rays (Single-A, Tampa Bay). Prior to his stint at Southwest Michigan, Cordaro spent the 2003 and 2004 seasons as Director of Sales for the Birmingham Barons (Double-A, Chicago White Sox). Cordaro got his start in professional baseball with the West Tennessee Diamond Jaxx (Double-A, Chicago Cubs) of the Southern League as a Group Sales Representative in 1999. A 1998 Louisiana Tech University graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing, Cordaro served three seasons as Director of Marketing for his alma mater's baseball program. Cordaro also served as color analyst for radio broadcasts. He concurrently worked as general manager of the property management department for Today's Realty, Inc. Cordaro is a 1991 graduate of Ruston, La., High School.

A native of Ruston, La., Cordaro (44), and his wife, Sara, have three sons, Gavin (22), Collin (14) and Cass (9). In addition to being an active member in area chamber and business associations, Cordaro serves on the Regional Advisory Council of the ALS Association Mid-American chapter; is a Community Health Charities of Nebraska director; is an active member of Rotary Club of Omaha West; serves on the Boys Town Boosters, is a member of the CHI Health Midlands Hospital Charitable Council; and is on the Omaha Sports Commission board of directors. Cordaro serves on several Minor League Baseball and Pacific Coast League committees led by the MiLB Diversity Committee. Cordaro collects and enjoys all things Star Wars and is an avid music follower. In the 1990's he played drums professionally with Stonybridge, Pummel and Squint.

Laurie Schlender Assistant General Manager

Laurie Schlender

Laurie Schlender, a native of Quimby, Iowa, has lived in Omaha for over 25 years. She began her career as a CPA in public accounting with Arthur Andersen. After a short time off with her young children, she started her own consulting practice in the Omaha area with non-profit clients, such as the Iowa West Foundation, as well as several small businesses. In early 2000, the Omaha Royals contracted with Laurie to provide accounting assistance to their business office.

In December 2001, Laurie made the choice to phase out her consulting practice and became a part-time accountant for Completely Kids (formerly Camp Fire USA-Midlands Council). She was with Completely Kids for 6½ years and had been promoted to Finance Director by the time she left employment there in March 2008. That was when Laurie joined the Omaha Royals as full-time Controller. As Controller, her main function was to manage all aspects of the finances of the club. She was also an integral part of office management, IT, human resources, risk management and community relations. During the move to Werner Park in the fall/winter of 2010, Laurie spearheaded the implementation of an updated IT solution as well as new security procedures for the new facility. In October 2011, Laurie became an assistant general manager for the Omaha Storm Chasers and continues to manage all financial functions of the club as well as assisting with other operational areas.

Laurie came to Omaha after graduating from Midland Lutheran College in Fremont, Nebraska with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration-Accounting emphasis degree. She is a Certified Public Accountant, currently holding inactive status. She resides in Omaha with her husband, Greg, and their three children.

In the community, Laurie has been actively involved with St. Andrews Church since it began over 15 years ago. She has also volunteered extensively for the Millard Public Schools over the years.

Andrea (Stava) Bedore Assistant General Manager of Operations

Andrea Stava

2018 marked Andrea (Stava) Bedore's 13th season in Minor League Baseball and fifth as the Assistant General Manager of Operations. She joined the Omaha Royals as an intern in 2005 and then got hired on full-time in the fall of 2006. From 2006-2010, she was a Group Sales Executive for the club. As the team transitioned out to Werner Park, Stava transitioned to focusing on Community Relations and was named Director of Community Relations in 2012. Prior to joining the Storm Chasers, Andrea was an assistant girls basketball coach for the West Point High School Cadets.

She is originally from Rising City, NE. Andrea is a graduate from Wayne State College and earned a degree in Sports Management. Her hobbies include playing and watching sports, following the Duke Blue Devils and going to movies.

Sean Olson Assistant General Manager of Sales

Sean Olson

2018 was Sean Olson's fifth full year with the Omaha Storm Chasers and his first in his new role as Assistant General Manager for Sales. He will oversee all revenue aspects of the department including Ticket Packages, Corporate Advertising, Group Tickets and Suite Leases. A native of Grundy Center, Iowa, he has been a fixture in the Omaha community for the past 22 years.

Sean was a graduate of the University of Northern Iowa with a Bachelor of Arts degree in General Studies. During his time at UNI, he served as the head men's basketball manager and was instrumental in the summer basketball camp programs. He also worked as a supervisor for all events in the multi-use UNI-Dome facility and assisted in the Sports Information Office.

Olson started his career at the University of Nebraska-Omaha Athletic Department serving as an Assistant Men's Basketball Coach, Radio Color Commentator, Athletic Ticket Manager and Director of Athletic Facilities and Concessions. He served on the committee that brought Division I Men's Ice Hockey to UNO and also oversaw multiple construction projects for the athletic department including a $6.5 million athletic complex renovation. Olson coordinated all game management activities for multiple athletic venues including eleven Division II sports and one Division I sport.

Previously, Sean served as a Convention Center Sales Manager with the Metropolitan Entertainment and Convention Authority (MECA) at CenturyLink Center Omaha, the Omaha Civic Auditorium and TD Ameritrade Park Omaha. He was responsible for selling local and corporate markets while assisting with regional and national conventions. He worked with many different corporations and organizations in the metro Omaha community. Sean traveled to many convention tradeshows during his time with MECA representing the city of Omaha with the Omaha Convention and Visitors Bureau and other hotel partners.

Olson continues to be active in the community and has been a part of many different organizations including Toastmasters International, Meeting Professionals International, Omaha Young Professionals Council and the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce. He has served in a number of leadership roles in these organizations, including the Chair of the Young Professionals Council in 2007 and 2008. Currently he is a Past President for the Downtown Rotary Club of Omaha, serves on the Millard Public Schools Foundation Golf Committee, member of the Greater Omaha Sports Committee, a founding member of the Strike Out Hunger Food Drive through the Food Bank for the Heartland and is a youth basketball referee for the Omaha Sports Academy. Sean is a graduate of Leadership Omaha - Class 29 and was selected as a Ten Outstanding Young Omahan in 2007 and Midland's Business Journal's 40 Under 40 in 2009. He earned his Certified Meeting Professionals (CMP) designation in 2006 and earned his Competent Communicator (CC) and Competent Leader (CL) designations from Toastmasters International.

Sean and his wife Michelle have two children, daughter Kelsey (17) a junior at Millard South High School and son Zachary (15) a sophomore at Millard West High School. When not attending his children's volleyball and basketball sporting events, Sean loves to travel and play golf. He is a long-time fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Iowa Hawkeyes and Northern Iowa Panthers.


Luke Aggeler Accountant

Donna Kostal Front Office Assistant  

Donna Kostal

Donna Kostal came on board in September 2013 just in time to see the Storm Chasers win the Pacific Coast League Championship and then the 2013 Triple-A National Championship. Pretty exciting start! As an Air Force wife, she has lived and worked in Missouri, California, Ohio, Virginia and Nebraska. A native of Adams, Nebraska, Donna finished her college degree in Management at the University of LaVerne in the Los Angeles metro area. Her husband is now retired from active duty but still works for US STRATCOM at Offutt AFB as a civilian.

Donna has two daughters who have kept her busy with their participation in college, high school, club sports, show choir and drama. Her family is also active in their church activities. She and her husband have season tickets for Nebraska Volleyball and Basketball, and also travel to see their youngest daughter's college volleyball team. She enjoys spending time with friends, neighbors and extended family which was why they chose to move back home after her husband retired from the Air Force.

Donna has great memories of the Omaha Storm Chasers as well as the Royals and Golden Spikes. Her oldest daughter and her best friend sang the National Anthem at several games when they were younger and she always attends the big STRATCOM tailgate before and after the Fourth of July games.


Dave Endress Director of Business Development

Dave Endress

Dave completed his 27th season in professional baseball and eighth year as the Director of Business Development for the Omaha Storm Chasers in 2018.

He is on the Board of Directors of the Millard Rotary Club and a member of the Sarpy County Economic Development Corporation, Sarpy County Chamber of Commerce and Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce.

Dave lives in Millard with his wife Erin, and two boys Cole and Levi. He enjoys fishing, camping, hunting, watching college football, baseball and hockey.

Dave received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting from the University of Northern Iowa.

Mark Nasser Director of Broadcasting

Mark Nasser

2018 marked Mark Nasser's 18th season as the radio broadcaster for the Omaha Storm Chasers, and 25th in professional baseball. The publication Baseball America named Mark one of the Top Ten broadcasters in all of Minor League Baseball, and he has also called selected games for the Kansas City Royals. Prior to joining the Storm Chasers, Mark has broadcast games in Wilmington, Delaware; Portland, Maine; and Burlington, North Carolina. Mark, who lives with his wife Lisa in Omaha, is a graduate of Syracuse University and a New London, Connecticut native.

Jason Kinney Senior Corporate Account Manager

Jason Kinney

The 2018 season was Jason Kinney's 12th year in Minor League Baseball. After interning with the Omaha Royals as a part of the "Fun Bunch" program in 2004, he rejoined the team in 2006 as an intern before being promoted to Merchandise Manager at the end of that season. Prior to the 2013 season, Jason was promoted to Corporate Sales Executive. He originally hails from a town called Frankfort, located in upstate New York. He spent most of his early years in New York before transferring to University of Nebraska-Omaha, from which he graduated with a degree in Public Relations and Advertising.

Jason is involved in the Omaha metro community with Teammates and DECA. He worked with the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York to donate several items to the Hall from Rosenblatt Stadium, most notably the home plate used during the 2010 season.

In his free time Jason enjoys playing golf, going to country music concerts, and traveling.

Anna Del Castillo Ticket Operations Manager

Anna Del Castillo

Anna Del Castillo joined the Omaha Storm Chasers in November 2016 as the Ticket Operations Manager. The 2018 season marked her sixth year in baseball. She spent the previous two years serving as Ticket Operations and Guest Services Manager with the Montgomery Biscuits, the Double-A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays. Before moving to Montgomery, Anna worked with the Corpus Christi Hooks, the Double-A affiliate of the Houston Astros, and Texas Rangers.

Anna, originally from Round Rock, Texas, grew up watching the Round Rock Express play. After being a season ticket holder with the Express, she decided baseball was where she wanted to work. She attended Tarleton State University, graduating with a degree in Business Management, before graduating from Texas A&M University in December 2016 with a Master's in Sports Management. In her free time you can find her at many different sporting events or playing with her puppy, Astro. She roots for the Houston Texans, Denver Broncos, and of course the Houston Astros (who her puppy is named after)!

Caleb Dieckmann Group Ticket Sales Executive

Caleb Dieckmann

Caleb Dieckmann moved from Kansas City to join the Storm Chasers in January 2018 as a Group Ticket Sales Executive.

Caleb is from south Kansas City, spending most of his years in Lee's Summit, Missouri and Raymore, Missouri. He grew up playing sports with the biggest focus being baseball. In 2015 he began pursuing a career in sports by enrolling at Grand Canyon University to focus on a Sport Management degree. Caleb joined the Kansas City Royals in March 2016 as an Usher. A couple months later he joined Sporting Kansas City as a Fan Host. Following the 2016 season he accepted a position with Major League Soccer as a Sales Trainee at the National Sales Center in Blaine, Minnesota. During the three-month session he worked with ten different MLS teams and finished his Sport Management degree. Caleb moved back to Kansas City in May 2017 to finish the season with the Royals and Sporting KC.

Some of Caleb's favorite moments include the Royals' playoff runs in 2014 and 2015, experiencing Sporting KC's Open Cup victories, being there for Minnesota United FC's first MLS home match, and being Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce's personal usher for a few Royals games in 2017. A fun fact about Caleb is that he has been to nearly 20 different amusement parks so far. Caleb still enjoys playing sports, as well as playing video games and board games, riding roller coasters, traveling, and consuming delicious memes. He is excited to be in Omaha and hopes to help make the 50th season the best ever!

Kyler Erickson Group Ticket Sales Executive

Kyler Erickson

2018 was Kyler's first season with the Omaha Storm Chasers organization as a Group Sales Executive.

He was born in Ames, Iowa but grew up here in Omaha. Kyler attended the University of Nebraska-Omaha, where he received degrees in both Business Management, and Entrepreneurship. He was also the captain of the men's basketball team during his time at UNO. Kyler is a proud member of the 2016 'Allstate Good Works Team', an award which recognizes five players across the country for the work they do in their communities.

Kyler enjoys spending time with his family, hanging out with friends, watching movies, and going to concerts. His two nephews keep him busy, but he refuses to change their diapers. Omaha is home for him, and he's really excited to be a part of the Storm Chasers!

Sara Howard Sales Assistant


Sara Howard joined the Storm Chasers team in October 2017 as Sales Assistant for the group sales department. A 2005 graduate from Peru State College with a Bachelor of Science degree in English, Sara has become a chameleon working in a wide variety of industries throughout her working life. She is excited to be part of the Storm Chasers and is looking forward to the season!

Sara grew up in Elmwood, Nebraska and after a brief stint in Bennington, NE, is happy to be back in Elmwood with husband Chris and her two children, Macy and Zane. She loves watching her kids in all their activities, reading and spending time with family.


Kaci Long Director of Marketing & Communications

Kaci Long

Kaci Long completed her ninth season with the Omaha Storm Chasers in 2018. In October 2017, she was promoted to the role of Director of Human Resources after previously serving as Client Services Manager. She graduated from Doane College with a degree in Sports Management. An Amherst, Nebraska native, Kaci worked for the Lincoln Saltdogs for two years prior to joining the Storm Chasers. She spent four seasons in the ticket office and is in her fourth year in Client Services. In her spare time, Kaci enjoys spending time with her nieces, hanging out with friends, and watching the Seattle Seahawks.

Cody Allen Manager of Event Presentation & Marketing

Cody Allen

2018 marked Cody Allen's third season with the Storm Chasers, and second as Manager of Event Presentation and Marketing. He joined the organization as Multimedia Producer in January 2016 after spending the 2015 season as a Production Assistant for the Binghamton Mets, the Double-A Affiliate of the New York Mets.

Originally from Kirkland, Washington, Cody graduated from Gonzaga University in 2014 with a B.A. in Public Relations and Broadcasting. He is an avid Gonzaga basketball fan along with the Seattle Seahawks and the Seattle Mariners. In his spare time Cody enjoys spending time with his family, playing all kinds of sports and watching movies.

Cory Livingston Client Services Manager

Cory Livingston

2018 was Cory's first season with the Omaha Storm Chasers organization, beginning as a Group Sales Executive- Military Relations. In August 2018, he became Client Services Manager.

He is originally from Girard, Kansas and graduated in December of 2016 from Wichita State University with a Bachelor's degree in Sport Management where he is also continuing to earn his Master's degree In Sport Management. Cory comes to the Storm Chasers after working as a Ticket Sales Representative in the Kansas City Chiefs organization from March until November of 2017. During the summer of 2016, he was involved in bringing former major league ball players to Wichita, Kansas to play in the National Baseball Congress World Series. Former players included Roger Clemens, Brandon Inge, Adam LaRoche, and many more!

Cory enjoys watching almost every sport and is an avid fan of the St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis Blues and the Kansas City Chiefs. In his free time, he enjoys watching and playing any sport, traveling, and spending time with his fiancé, friends, and family, and he is excited to be a part of the Omaha Storm Chasers organization and Minor League Baseball!

Lauren Kirk Creative Services Manager

Nick Sandberg Mascot & Theme Night Manager

Nick Sandberg

2018 was Nick's second season with the Storm Chasers after joining the franchise in January 2017 as Mascot & Community Relations Seasonal Associate. In October 2017, he was promoted to the role of Mascot & Theme Night Manager. He spent the 2015 season as an intern with the Lincoln Saltdogs working in promotions, merchandise, and operations. He graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln in December 2016, where he supported Husker Basketball and Volleyball as a trumpet player in the Big Red Express Pep Band.

Originally from West Des Moines, Iowa, Nick spends his free time watching Netflix, the Chicago Cubs, the Green Bay Packers, and the Iowa Hawkeyes, as well as wishing he had a puppy to play with.

Andrew Green Media Operations Manager

Andrew Green

As Media Operations Manager, Andrew Green serves as the Storm Chasers' primary media relations contact, in addition to other media relations, social media and website duties. He joined the Storm Chasers in November 2015 as the club's Media Relations and Website Manager.

Prior to Omaha, Green from 2014-15 served as Director of Media Relations for the Tennessee Smokies, the Double-A affiliate of the Chicago Cubs. Andrew has also worked in broadcasting and media relations capacities for several other Minor League Baseball teams, including the Jacksonville Suns (2013), Pensacola Blue Wahoos (2012) and Indianapolis Indians (2011). His professional baseball career began in the Summer of 2010 as Director of Broadcasting and Media Relations for the Coastal Plain League's Forest City Owls.

A graduate of the University of Miami and native of Boca Raton, Florida, Andrew supports all South Florida teams (especially "The U"), in addition to the Chicago Cubs, and attended Game 5 of the 1997 NLCS, and Game 2 of the 1997 World Series. He also enjoys playing and watching almost any sport in his free time, and attempting to get better at golf.

Andrew Asbury Marketing & Promotions Coordinator

Andrew Asbury

Andrew Asbury joined the Storm Chasers in February 2017 as Sales and Promotions Seasonal Associate. In October 2017, he was promoted to the role of Marketing and Promotions Coordinator.

A 2016 graduate of the University of Arkansas with an undergraduate degree in Business Administration in 2016, Andrew worked for the Royals in the Outfield experience from 2012-2016. He was a game day intern for the Double-A affiliate of the Royals, the Northwest Arkansas Naturals in the summer of 2015, as well as an operations intern for Sporting KC in the summer of 2016.

Andrew is from Lee's Summit, MO just south east of Kansas City. He is a fanatic for his home town teams, including the Royals, Chiefs, Sporting KC, and all of his Arkansas Razorback athletics (Woo Pig!), and one of his happiest days in his life was when the Royals won the 2015 World Series. Andrew likes to be active and play recreational sports and pick-up games of basketball, volleyball, and softball. He also enjoys spending time with family and friends on lake trips while boating, fishing, partaking in water sports, and relaxing/recovering from the water sports. Andrew is excited to be in Omaha and explore the city and all it has to offer.

Jhonnathan Omaña Multicultural Marketing Lead

Jhonnathan Omaña

Jhonnathan joined the Storm Chasers as Multicultural Marketing Lead in January 2018, bringing a unique spin to his role as he is super excited to be part of MiLB's new initiative program. Originally from Caracas, Venezuela, he moved to the United States with an opportunity to play for the Montreal Expos organization in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and was a member of the Expos from 1998-1999.

After studying Social Communications at Santa Maria University in Caracas, Venezuela, Jhonnathan moved to the Midwest in 2002 and has lived in the Omaha area ever since, boasting over 10 years of experience in Bilingual Sales, Marketing, Public Relationships, Customer Service and Promotions.

He is a true fan of his hometown baseball club Los Leones del Caracas, which his grandfather Lucindo Caraballo played for in the early 1940s under Cerveceria Caracas, planting the seed that gave Jhonnathan the motivation to get into the sport of baseball. He also cheers for the national team La Vinotinto, and loves spending time with his wife and son, traveling, and playing sports.

Scott Popp Multimedia Seasonal Associate

Scott Popp

Scott joined the Storm Chasers in February 2018 as Multimedia Seasonal Associate.

Born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri, Scott graduated from Kansas State in 2017 with a degree in Journalism and Mass Communications. Scott previously served as the Kansas State Collegian's sports editor, and interned with the National Women's Soccer League team FC Kansas City in their communications department.

Scott in his free time enjoys traveling, being outdoors, watching movies and attending as many sporting events as he can. He is an avid fan of the Kansas City Chiefs, along with the Kansas State Wildcats and Kansas City Royals.

Community Relations

Becki Frishman Community Relations Manager

Becki Frishman

Becki Frishman joined the Storm Chasers in January 2017 as the Community Relations Manager.

Prior to joining the club, Becki graduated in 2016 with her M.S. in Integrated Marketing Communications from WVU. She worked for, and graduated from, the University of Nebraska-Omaha, and loves everything Maverick Hockey and Mountaineer Nation.

Becki was born and raised in Omaha, but with roots from New York. While she loves all baseball, she was born a Yankees fan and grew up in the era of Derek Jeter. She also loves the New York Rangers, New York Knicks, and New York Football Giants. In her free time she loves to travel and spend time with the people she loves including her family, friends, and pup, Berni. When she can't do either of those she likes to read, hit the gym, and binge-watch (probably too many) shows.


Ballpark Operations

Will Niermann Ballpark Operations Manager

Kory Foster Senior Ballpark Operations Assistant

Kory Foster

The 2018 season marked Kory Foster's fourth season with the Storm Chasers and second as Ballpark Operations Assistant. In October 2017 he became the club's Senior Ballpark Operations Assistant. Prior to joining the Storm Chasers he worked with the Harrisburg City Islanders as the Assistant to the General Manager. Foster also worked in the athletic facilities department for operations during his time as a student at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, graduating with a B.S. degree in Sports Management and a minor in Business.

Born and raised in Towanda, Pennsylvania, he attended Towanda High School and earned letters in basketball and baseball.

Scott Rowedder Grounds Manager

Scott Rowedder

Scott Rowedder joined the Storm Chasers as the Assistant Groundskeeper in 2015 after working as an intern for the team in 2013. In October 2017, Scott was promoted to the role of Grounds Manager. He has previous sports turf experience working on the grounds crew for the Columbus Crew of the MLS as well as working for a number of years in commercial turf care and landscaping.

Scott is originally from Denison, Iowa, where he grew up rooting for the Iowa Hawkeyes, Kansas City Royals and Boston Celtics. He attended school at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. In his free time he enjoys playing basketball, running and listening to music.

Jordan King Ballpark Operations Assistant

Jordan King

2018 marked Jordan King's fourth season with the Storm Chasers. She began with the organization as an apprentice in 2015 and served as Ballpark Operations Seasonal Associate in 2016.

A graduate of Wayne State College, she was a four-year starter for the Wildcats softball team, and graduated with a degree in Sport Management. Jordan is a huge supporter of the North Carolina Tar Heels basketball and football teams, and enjoys spending her free time playing in a co-ed slow-pitch softball league.

2018 Field Staff

Brian Poldberg Manager  

Andy Hawkins Pitching Coach  

Brian Buchanan Hitting Coach  

Andy LaRoche Assistant Coach  

Dave Iannicca Athletic Trainer  

Phil Falco Strength & Conditioning Coach  

Todd Jansen Clubhouse Manager  

Mike Brown Visiting Clubhouse Manager  


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