Coach Andy Tarpley


Graduated from San Ramon Valley High School in 1991.  Two time all state player and set a league record for HR's and RBI in his junior year.  Earned a scholarship to the University of California, Berkeley. 3 year starter and started in the 1992 College World Series.  Drafted by Toronto. Signed with Boston as a pitcher. Resigned with Cincinnati, 3B.  Signed with St. Paul Saints 1998-2000.  
This is my second year as Varsity Head coach with College Park High School.  I started out as an assistant to Rick Steen at SRV High School, I was hired by Erik Johnson (EJ Sports) as a player developer and Head Coach of his 18U squad.  I was hired in 2004 by Jon Zuber at Acalanes to be the hitting/offensive coach. Took over as Head Coach at Acalanes in 2005-2007.  Won league 2 out of my 3 seasons and won an NCS Championship in 2007 with a 25-1 record.  I was hired by Bob Ralston as the hitting/offensive coach at DVC in 2008. Rehired by Mike Neu as Asst. Coach/Offensice Coach 2009-2011. We participated in the Final 4 in 2010 and reached a regional or super regional in all 5 years I coached at DVC.  My favorite aspect of the game is teaching moments and mentoring. Barry Bonds, Rock Music (Rush & Van Halen) and Outback are a few of my favorite things.  I am married to Sherri and have a daughter named Brianna. My parents are Dave & Claudia and have two brothers, Scott and Jeff.

Coach Tyler Basker

Asst. Varsity Coach

Ryan ReederĀ 

Asst. JV Coach
This is my rookie season as a coach at CPHS. I graduated from CPHS in 2012.  I have played baseball for 15 years and have about 3 years of experience as a baseball umpire. My favorite baseball player is Ichiro Suzuki and Ty Cobb though I never got to see him play. My favorite music is any genre but I also enjoy finding new artists but my core music revolves around Kid Cudi, Led Zeppelin and Daft Punk.  My favorite place to eat is anywhere that serves high quality all you can eat sushi. My favorite aspect of coaching is that it's giving me a look into the game that I've never experienced before.  I love baseball with all my heart, so the fact that I am able to explore uncharted territories in a sport that I've grown up with is really exciting.  My favorite High School baseball memory is it honestly meshes together.  Baseball was my one constant in life and I will forever be grateful to the way it has kept me grounded.  My family consist of my dad Matt Reeder, my mom Kathy Avila and my brother Josh Gunnels and sister Hannah Avila and my bonus mom Elise Reeder, Jose Avila Step dad and Duke my pup.

Al Douex aka "DOC"

Athletic Trainer
Al Doeux has completed his Bachelor's degree in Athletic Training at Fresno State and his Masters' Degree in Sports Medicine at the University of Florida.  He has a strong history of experience with many schools.  College Park is lucky to have Al Douex on our team!

Frosh Coach Don Wildes

Coach Don Wildes
Graduated from Campolindo High School in 1979 and Los Medanos Police Academy in 1983.  Earned a BS from Southern Columbia University. My coaching experience spans over 15 years as a head coach and as an assistant coach on various youth teams.  For the last 7 years I have been an Assistant Coach with the Pleasant Hill Hawks 13/14 Blue Pony Team.
My favorite music is country western and rock.  My favorite place to eat is the House of Prime Rib but I also enjoy just having a BBQ in my own back yard.
My favorite aspect of coaching is watching players improve not only on the baseball field, but in the classroom and as a valuable citizen in society.  Teaching the players to respect the game and to always work hard.
My favorite highschool memory has to be when I was on the bowling team which was the Northern California State Champions in the mixed scratch division.  
I also enjoy playing softball and have played with the Concord PD softball team which has won several tournaments, including the Silver Medal in the California Police/Fire games.
I am married to Kris and have a son, Kevin who graduated from College Park in 2013.

Frosh Coach Steve Fee

Coach Steve Fee

"Why not?" RFK

This is my 5th season coaching College Park Frosh Team.  I joke that my career ended because I couldn't hit a curveball and couldn't throw a fastball, thats the joke (and to be honest, the reality) of my playing career.  This is my 10th year coaching baseball and my 2nd at College Park High School.  I basically coached my younger brother until his 8th grade year and didn't want to stop so finding College Park was a blessing.  My goal for the season is that the freshmen team is to have fun while continuing to learn the game of baseball.  I base my success on two things; if the players come back out for the next season (because it was fun) and if they are able to make and continue playing at the next level.  My favorite thing about baseball is "everything."  I love the sac bunt to move the winning run into scoring position just as much as the long homer to straight away center or 6-4-3 to end a threat.  My favorite thing about coaching is putting a player in a situation where he can and does succeed.  Whether it's pitch hitting a player who is able to get the big hit or bringing in the lefty to get us out of a jam.  I love being able to watch a player succeed and, to borrow a phrase from my youth, a plan comes together. 
I am married to my wife Suzanne and have a son named Sandor. 

Angel Borrelli

Asst. Varsity Coach
Angel Borrelli has 35 years as a private strength and conditioning coach and 20 years as a pitching mechanics analyst.  Mariano Rivera is her favorite baseball player.  She likes to listen to R&B and Hip Hop music. Favorite place to eat is Prima in Walnut Creek. Favorite Aspect of Coaching is empowering the pitchers with information and tools to put them in the driver's seat on their own success.  Favorite High School memory is being invited to be a pitching consultant and injury prevention specialist for College Park High School.  Her family are her wonderful parents watching down on me and a sister in Florida and another sister and brother in Chicago.

Coach Kyle Gross

Asst. Varsity Coach
Coach Kyle Gross

Drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the 5th round of the 2000 draft. The son of former 12 year major league Oakland A's 3rd baseman Wayne Gross.  Kyle played at Cuesta Junior College in San Luis Obispo under Larry Lee.  He played 5 seasons for the Giants and was Pitcher of the Month for May of 2002.  Coached by Dusty Baker, Felipe Alou, Dick Tidrow, Lee Smith and many others. Born and raised in Danville, CA.  He played on the San Ramon Valley Little League World Series team that won the National Championship in Williamsport, PA in 1991.  He attended San Ramon Valley High-School and after moving on from professional baseball in 2006, finished his degree at Cal State East Bay.  He began working with players of all ages in the Bay Area and in 2008, became the Pitching Coach at DVC in Pleasant Hill, CA.  DVC went to the State Championship in Kyle's first year at work, while having three pitcher's drafted in the top 15 rounds.  After 4 years at DVC, Kyle accepted the Varsity Pitching Coach job at College Park HighSchool. Favorite aspect of the game is digging into the mental side of the game.  Kyle love all kinds of music and his favorite place to eat is Freebirds. Kyle, his wife Holly and their two girls, McKenna and Peyton reside in Concord, CA.

Coach Marty Soares Jr.

Asst. Varsity Coach
Coach Marty Soares Jr.

"Winning isn't everything, striving to win is."

Graduated from De la Salle High-School in Concord, CA.  Played baseball at DVC for two years and attends St. Mary's College of California. This is my 2nd year of coaching at College Park High-School. My favorite baseball player is Josh Donaldson.  I enjoy listening to Hip Hop and R&B.  I have done lessons for the past three years prior to joining the College Park coaching staff.  I want every kid to find a way to get better everyday, as well as give them the knowledge and help them strive for the ultimate goal.  "Winning the NCS Championship."  In my players I look for someone who gives everything they have every single day.  Skills can be enhanced through coaching, but the desire to win and to get better has to be internal.  My favorite thing about baseball is that is an unselfish sport. You can't play for yourself!  You are playing for everyone on the team, playing for your school and playing for your family.  You do your best for others so you don't let them down.  My favorite thing about coaching is when you see the look in a kids eyes when he finally understands what you are teaching and seeing them do it in a game. Watching them become a better player right before your very eyes.  As well as the bond and trust you build with them.