Scott Knepper - 19u Varsity Head Coach and General Manager of Post 213
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Scott Knepper's Coaching Profile
6 Years College Coaching
15 Years Coaching High School Players
21 Years Playing Baseball
2 Years College Baseball Playing Experience
2 Time Guiness World Record Holder for Longest Baseball Game Played
Senior Mens Baseball League Secretary
5 Time Senior Mens Baseball All-Star
Scott enters his 6th season as Maryland Heights Heat's varsity head Coach.
Scott played his college baseball in St. Louis as a left handed pitcher and outfielder.
Scott and his wife Vicki of 31 years have 4 children Kevin, Kathy, Kyle and Korey.
All 3 boys played varsity baseball for Pattonville High School.
Jarod Hahn - 18u Varsity Heat Head Coach
2015 (Senior Season): Hahn moved up from the second team to first team in his senior season. His seven home runs are the most by a Bulldog since 2005 and were tied for seventh in the GLVC this year. He was sixth in runs scored with 41 and ranked fourth on Truman single-season list. Hahn was tied for eighth in the conference in RBIs with 39 and was first in the league in hit-by-pitch with 12. In the outfield, Hahn was perfect on 92 total chances and added four outfield assists. Hahn has played in 194 career games, the most by any Bulldog all-time.
2014 (Junior Season): Second team all-GLVC selection…named GLVC Hitter of the Week on March 18 after collecting 10 hits and driving in during a six-game span…hit .315 in 52 games started, all in right field…led team with three home runs and was third with 34 RBIs…had 16 multi-hit games, including three, three-hit outings…reached base in the final nine games of the season and had a season-best seven-game hitting streak…drove in four runs in victory over Southwest Baptist (Mo.) on March 26…tied a school record with four walks issued to by Indianapolis on May 9…his 16 hit by pitches was the most by a Bulldog in a season and second in the GLVC…his career 40 HBP is 19th among all Division II career leaders and holds Truman’s career top spot.
2013 (Sophomore Season): One of three Bulldogs to play and start in all 46 games…hit .260 with nine multi-hit games…had a double, home run and four RBIs against Central Oklahoma on April 27…had a season-high seven-game hitting streak and reached base in 20 straight…was six of nine on stolen base attempts…44 of 46 games were played in right field with a .963 fielding percentage.
2012 (Freshman Season): As a true freshman, led the team in hitting with a .329 batting average while starting and playing in all 48 games…had 12 multi-hit games with average peaking at .370 following a six-game hitting streak…was 4-of-6 in stolen base attempts…had nine extra-base hits including two home runs…led team with a .420 slugging percentage and a .446 on-base percentage.
High School: As a junior, Hahn earned all-Gateway Athletic Conference South honorable mention accolades after hitting .375 with six doubles, 22 runs scored and 10 RBIs…he had an on-base percentage of .533 by drawing 20 walks and hit by pitch seven times…as a member of the school’s soccer program, Hahn was earned the GAC South Sportsmanship Award…he is a member of the National Honor Society, a Jag Connection Student Mentor and participated in the PPI Leadership Conference.