Coach Womack played at San Diego State his first two years in collegiate sports. There, he was the freshman Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year, as well as the freshman all American. He transferred to Long Beach State for his Junior year, and had a very successful season. Because of his superior performance, he was then drafted by the Cleveland Indians in 2000. He retired from professional Baseball in 2004, and immediately began to pay it forward as a youth baseball Coach. Since then, he has been apart of the SVBL league as a Player Development Coach. He helps coach at Simi Valley High School, and runs the Dirtbags Scoutball Team. Coach Womack has been teaching pitching, hitting, strength & conditioning, and most importantly, the mental side of the game for over 10 years. He finds time to do all of this while balancing his beautiful family of 5, his wife Breanne, and his three children.
Weston Wilson was Drafted in 2016 in the 17th round by the Milwaukee Brewers, Weston has progressed through Helena Brewers (SS, 2016), Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (Class A, 2017), Carolina Mudcats (Class A+, 2017-2018), Biloxi Shuckers (AA, 2019) and it should be noted acheived:
"I want to be able to teach younger players the lessons and skills that have helped me throughout my baseball career. I recall how much I valued the insight of older, more experienced players at a younger age and I still look to more seasoned players at a professional level. My approach is not to necessarily change an individual's swing or how they field and/or throw a baseball, as I believe everyone has their natural style and tendencies." - Weston Wilson
Coach Boylan's baseball journey began at Birmingham High School. He immediately followed up with a successful seasons at Pierce College and transferred to Chico State to finish his Pitching Career. Coach Boylan's path was not an easy one, it demanded patience and determination. He did not allow adversity or injury to stop him from exhausting every opportunity with the sport he loved. These successes and challenges, shaped his coaching philosophy. Over the last 7 years, his focus in Coaching has been to teach the game and what it demands, as benchmarks for not only how Athletes should prepare for the rigors of Baseball, but how those skills can be developed and applied to school, work, and team building. "Baseball allows us to guide and teach young athletes to be men, who are not afraid to work, to fail, while confidently pursuing success through focus and resolve." Coach Boylan is a irreplaceable asset to the Dirtbag Family, and is known to our staff as the "Coaches Coach".
Coach Dodd was raised in Eagle Rock and Highland park of Los Angeles. This being said, it started to form his mentality as a ball player from a young age. Working hard and being scrappy was the only way for him to go anywhere in baseball and life. Coach Dodd attended High School at Bell Jeff in Burbank and was a 4 year varsity starter. His first 3 where as a catcher and his last year 1b/3b due to a knee injury playing football. After High School he played in OC Regional Baseball League and the PCBL. It was then he realized and started to watch the game from a coaching perspective. He played and worked hard for as long as he could, but it came time for him to hang them up. After a 5 year break from ball, Coach Dodd started coaching his son in Rec leagues and working on hitting with him. He used all the lessons he had learned while playing. Coach has over 12 years of coaching experience between Rec, Travel, Scout and High School ball. Coach is known for saying "I never had the most talent but I would always work harder then the next guy."
They say Coach Monahan played in the Dark Ages with Sticks and Rocks. He played Baseball for College of the Canyons and University of LaVerne. Coach Monahan was scouted by the Chicago White Sox but was denied the opportunity due to a torn ligament in his left leg in 1981. He continued to play rec ball into his 40’s. In his 20's Coach Monahan first coached little league when his church was in need of a volunteer. He selflessly gave his time to the local youth, and so began his journey of coaching. He has been part of SVBL for the past 11 years where he has coached each and every season. He still remains active with the league and serves on the Board of Directors. He also one the most valuable assets when it comes to field maintenance for the Simi High Freshmen team. Coach is a successful businessman, holding a Bachelors degree in Accounting and has successfully managed more than 250 people in his career. He currently works for Airgas Dry Ice. When Coach Monahan isn't donating countless hours to the fields, he enjoys golf or being at home with his wife Julie and his 4 children.