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Redlands Cougar Prospect Camp

Redlands Community College Baseball Camps
1300 S Country Club Rd, El Reno, OK 73036
Don Brown Field
June 28, 2023
Registration closes Jun 27th.
Grades 9-12
9:00 am - 4:00 pm | Check in 8:30 am
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The Redlands Cougar Baseball Prospect Camp is designed for advanced evaluation and instruction by the Cougar coaching staff for players who have goals to compete at the NJCAA level. We offer a high school player an opportunity to showcase his skills in a pro-style workout and receive advanced instruction from the Redlands Community College coaching staff and players. Campers will be grouped by position and will have the chance to work out at their primary position. Participants must be between grades 9-12, which includes the recent 2023 graduation class.

Event Type: Prospect Camp or Showcase Event

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I recognize that in any athletic endeavor there is a chance of injury.  I hereby authorize the directors of this camp and the employees of Redlands Community College to act according to their best judgment in any emergency requiring medical attention, and I hereby waive and release the camp from any and all liability for any injuries and illnesses incurred while at camp.  I will be responsible for any medical and other charges in connection with attendance at this camp.


Signature: ________________________________ Date: _____________________________


Parent/Guardian signature required if camper is less than 18 years of age.  Parent/Guardian Signature: ____________________________________

What to look forward to...

2023 Redlands baseball team

What's included

Collegiate Athletes in Attendance
Team Building
Limited Capacity
Coaches or Speakers in Attendance
CPR Certified on Site

Coaches & Organizers you might meet...

Redlands Community College Head Baseball Coach Camps
Kyle Koehler
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Coach Koehler (10th season, head coach)

 RCC Baseball: History under Coach Koehler (2014-present)

 Year                                         Overall Record             Conference Record

2014 (assistant)                         35-17                            15-5

2015                                         27-25                            10-10

2016                                         19-35                            4-17

2017                                         5-46                              4-19

2018                                         25-27                            9-11

2019                                         16-37                            3-19

2020                                         7-13 *COVID                 0-2 *COVID

2021                                         14-39                            7-21

2022                                         20-36                            9-23

Total:                                       168-275                         30-44


NJCAA All Region II Team Award Winners: (8)

2014 (3)

  • Austin Kretchmar
  • Matt McDowell
  • Cole Davis

2015 (2)

  • Kade Carrigan
  • Tom McGarry

2016 (1)

  • Kade Carrigan

2017 (1)

  • Tyler Hawk

2021 (1)

  • Nick Smith

NJCAA All Region II All-Tournament Team Award Winners: (4)

 2015 (1)

  • Victor Draijer

2019 (3)

  • Austin Dahlenburg
  • Holden Tate
  • Joshua Detweiler

MLB Draft: (2)


  • Cam Hill- Cleveland Indians, 17th Round


  • Holden Capps, Kansas City Royals, 8th Round

 4 year transfer: (75)

 2014 (7)

  • Ben Schweinfurth- Southwestern Oklahoma State University- NCAA II
  • Austin Kretchmar- William Jewell College- NCAA II
  • Kendall Emerson- Univ. of Arkansas- Ft. Smith, NCAA II
  • Rahul Badve- Salem International, NCAA I
  • Sam Grellner- Oral Roberts Univ., NCAA I
  • Deven Youngstedt- Cameron Univ., NCAA II
  • Matej Sucha- William Jewell College, NCAA II

2015 (10)

  • Holden Capps- Univ. of North Carolina-Charlotte, NCAA I, Univ. of Central OK, NCAA II
  • Dylan Sanchez- East Central Univ., NCAA II
  • Tom McGarry- East Central Univ., NCAA II/Cameron Univ., NCAA II
  • Victor Draijer- Quachita Baptist Univ., NCAA II
  • Tabor Charles- Univ. of Central OK, NCAA II
  • Cameron Wood- St. Gregory’s Univ., NAIA
  • Brock Stuber- Univ. of Central OK, NCAA II
  • Jordan Martin- St. Gregory’s Univ., NAIA
  • Joe Siegel- Northwest Nazarene University, NCAA II
  • Matt McDowell- Univ. of Arkansas Little Rock, NCAA I

 2016 (8)

  • Kade Hayes- East Central Univ., NCAA II
  • Garrett Gaunt- Southwestern OK St. Univ., NCAA II
  • Nathan Carter- Prairie View A & M, NCAA I
  • Kade Carrigan- Georgia Gwinnett College- NAIA
  • Brady Kokojan- St. Gregory’s Univ., NAIA
  • Gaylen Viney- Univ. of Central OK, NCAA II
  • Daniel Page- Graceland Univ., NAIA
  • Grant Schamburg- St. Gregory’s Univ., NAIA

 2017 (4)

  • Zach Burch- Univ. of Arkansas- Ft. Smith, NCAA II
  • Joey Leondike- William Jewell College, NCAA II
  • Drew Mesecher- West Texas A & M, NCAA II
  • John Paul Tople- Hardin Simmons, NCAA III

 2018 (8)

  • Xavier DeLeon- Washburn Univ., NCAA II
  • Luke Ball- Oklahoma Christian Univ., NCAA II
  • Keyshaun Smith- Lee University, NCAA II/ Southwestern OK St. Univ., NCAA II
  • Austin Lynch- Univ. of North Carolina-Charlotte, NCAA I
  • Spencer Ard- Univ. of North Carolina-Charlotte, NCAA I
  • Dakota Jones- Southwestern OK St. Univ., NCAA II
  • Caleb Pape- Oklahoma Christian Univ., NCAA II
  • Michael Oyervides- Washburn Univ., NCAA II

 2019 (6)

  • Matt Kennedy- Northeastern OK St. Univ., NCAA II
  • Ryan Hildner- Southwestern OK St. Univ., NCAA II
  • Chase Lorg- Bethany College, NAIA/Univ. of Central OK,, NCAA II
  • Palmer Stevens- Bethany College, NAIA
  • Josh Detweiler- Arkansas Tech Univ., NCAA II
  • Casey Yeager- Northwestern OK St. Univ., NCAA II/Cameron Univ., NCAA II

 2020 (4)

  • Joshua Cobb- Northwestern OK St Univ., NCAA II
  • Blake McQuain- Southeastern OK St. Univ., NCAA II
  • Patrick Hine- Southern Nazarene Univ., NCAA II
  • Ryan Allen- Georgia State Univ., NCAA I,/Cameron Univ., NCAA II

2021 (11)

  • Tylor Richey- Southwestern OK St. Univ., NCAA II/Mid America Christian Univ.- NAIA
  • Holden Tate- Cameron Univ., NCAA II
  • Nick Smith- Southwest Christian Univ., NAIA
  • Zac Green- East Central Univ., NCAA II
  • Josh Harrel- Univ. of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, NAIA
  • Gavin Sochor- Southwest Christian Univ., NAIA
  • Cooper Hunt- East Central Univ., NCAA II
  • Beau Driver- Cameron Univ., NCAA II
  • Benji Lapat- Southern Nazarene Univ., NCAA II
  • Bryce Crawford- East Central Univ., NCAA II
  • Wyatt Sharry- Southwestern OK St. Univ., NCAA II

 2022 (17)

  • Sutten Tidwell- Texas Wesleyan University- NAIA
  • Kaleb Dent- East Central Univ.-NCAA II
  • Alex Leon- Southern Nazarene Univ.- NCAA II
  • Reece Burke- Southwestern Oklahoma State Univ.-NCAA II
  • Jake Estes- University of Indianapolis- NCAA II
  • Anthony Wilson- Southwest Christian Univ.- NAIA
  • Nolan Gagnon- University of Science of Oklahoma- NAIA
  • Jace Edelen- Southwestern Oklahoma State Univ.- NCAA II
  • Austin Hamilton- Regis University- NCAA II
  • Parker Ward- Oral Roberts University- NCAA I
  • Noah Edmond- Southern Nazarene University- NCAA II
  • Andrew Limbaugh- Oklahoma City University- NAIA
  • Jacob Acheson- Cameron University NCAA II
  • Kort McCurtain- East Central University- NCAA II
  • Colten Clinesmith- Southwest Christian Univ.- NAIA
  • Jace Edelen- Southwestern Oklahoma State Univ.- NCAA II
  • Justin Santos- Oklahoma Panhandle State Univ.- NAIA

 Career Coaching Highlights: Koehler came back to his Alma Mater, Redlands, from El Reno High School, OK, where he taught business computer applications and coached varsity baseball at the 5A level for five seasons.  Prior to a brief stint at the high school level, Koehler broke into the college ranks in 2000 at Cedar Valley College (NJCAA) located in Lancaster, TX. Koehler served 7 seasons there as the head coach leading that program to national recognition, finishing the 2004 season ranked 3rd in the NJCAA national polls. During his tenure he has coached near 100 student/athletes who transferred to and earned four year university scholarships.  Coach Koehler also had four former players drafted into Major League Baseball.  Koehler also spent six seasons on the coaching staff at the University of Indianapolis as an assistant coach for Coach Gary Vaught.  The Indianapolis Greyhounds finished 3rd in the 2000 NCAA II College World Series in Montgomery, Alabama.

As a player, Koehler was part of a state championship team at El Reno High, OK in ’91, earning All State honors that year as well. Koehler earned All American honors at Redlands C.C., OK in ’93 and after graduation from RCC, transferred to Oral Roberts University. Koehler finished his collegiate playing career at the University of Indianapolis where he also received his bachelor’s degree in business education (’97) and master’s degree in curriculum and instruction- educational technology (’00).

Coach Koehler is a proud member of the American Baseball Coaches Association.  Koehler is also a certified personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.  Coach Koehler is married to his wife, Kristen, and they have one daughter Kaisley (8).

University of Indianapolis Career Record- Assistant Coach (1995-2000)

 Year         Overall Record      Win Pct         Position

1995          19-35                      .355               Medical Hardship/student assistant coach

1996         25-20                      .556               Student assistant coach

1997         38-17                      .691               Student assistant coach

1998         39-14                      .736               Graduate assistant coach

1999         38-19-1                   .664               Graduate assistant coach

%* 2000    42-23                      .646               Head assistant coach

Total:        201-128                   .595

%indicates NCAA II Regional Championship

*indicates NCAA II World Series Appearance

Cedar Valley College Career Record- Head Coach (2000-2007)

Redlands Community College Assistant Baseball Coach Camps
Trent Troxell
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Trent Troxell enters his 2nd year as an assistant baseball coach at RCC.  Trent graduated high school from Fort Cobb, Oklahoma and went on to play baseball at Dodge City Community College where he batted .336 in 2014. After Dodge City he finished his playing career at Southwestern Oklahoma State and was part of the 2016 GAC Championship team. Trent spent the 2021 season coaching at Vernon College as the hitting and base running coach.  That team was in the top 60 in the nation in batting average and top 30 in stolen bases. In his first season at Redlands as the hitting and base running coach the Cougars were in the top 15 in the nation in stolen bases and top 20 in extra base hits.

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El Reno, Oklahoma
1300 S Country Club Rd, El Reno, OK
Take I-40 exit #123 Country Club Rd. Travel 1/2 mile north on Country Club Rd. and the school is located on the left hand side. Don Brown Baseball Field, home of the Cougars, is located in the southwest corner of the main Redlands Community College campus.
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