Brian Donohew

Player Mentor

Coach Donohew brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from his 17 years of collegiate coaching to Post Grad Sports. He has 12 years at the NCAA Division I level, and as a former head coach he has an abundance of expertise in all areas of collegiate coaching.

During his playing career at Georgetown College, he was a four year starter and NAIA College World Series Area 7 MVP and participated in the 1988 NAIA World Series helping team to a top five national ranking. His coaching career started at Georgetown College (NAIA) soon after he graduated. Coach Donohew then became an assistant coach and the recruiting coordinator at Mount Union College (NCAA Div III). From there, his career began to take off as he moved up to the NCAA Div I level as an assistant coach at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. He was promoted to head coach the following year.

The rest of his career includes positions at Division I schools of Kent State University, Cleveland State University and University of Akron. He later became an associate scout for the Houston Astros and then the Atlanta Braves organization. He then took a pitching coach position at South Mountain Community College which brought him to Phoenix Arizona. Since then, Coach went to work outside of baseball. However his passion for the game has brought him back to baseball as the Post Grad Sports Player Mentor, providing insight into the collegiate recruiting process. He also works for Score International, a faith based non-profit that puts on youth sports camps throughout the nation, you can find them at www.scoreintl.org.

Along the way, some of the notable players he has coached and/or recruited are:

Chris Bassit - 16th Round White Sox, Currently with Oakland Andrew Brown -23rd Round Colorado Rockies Steve Procner - 28th Round Baltimore Orioles Devan Ahart - 16th Round Los Angeles Dodgers

Brian Donohew