Owner/ Head Coach
a native of Arcadia, CA, attended La Salle High School where he was a two sport athlete in baseball and football. He was a 1st Team All League running back and defensive back. He was also three-time 1st Team All League third-baseman and was inducted into the La Salle Baseball Hall of Fame in 2008. He began his collegiate baseball career at East Los Angeles Junior College and was named to the California Junior College All-State Team in 2010. Ryan went on to play at Oklahoma State and The University of South Carolina-Beaufort. Doeppel was a three time All-Conference outfielder and ended his total offensive career with a .351-Average, 187-Hits, 99-Runs, 33-Doubles, 4-Triples, 7-Home Runs, 103 RBI’s and 41 Stolen Bases.
After his baseball career, Ryan coached two years at the University of South Carolina Beaufort. In 2014, Doeppel was an Undergraduate Assistant Coach and he served as the outfield, base running and 1st base coach. In 2014, three of his outfielders received All Sun Conference honors. After graduating with a degree in Business Management, Doeppel returned in 2015 to South Carolina-Beaufort as a Volunteer Head Strength and Conditioning Coach where he trained a team with a 32-19 record. That same season, the offense finished in the top 20 in the nation in hits per game, runs per game, RBIs and included six All Sun Conference selections. Doeppel prides himself on having the healthiest and hardest working team in the country, which showed on the field both physically and mentally.
After coaching at South Carolina-Beaufort, Ryan pursued a career with the Department of Defense. He is a Microsoft Certified Associate and provides database and data analytical solutions to our nation’s leaders. He has worked with several functional fitness gyms for the last eight years and has coached hundreds of athletes at the high school, collegiate and professional levels. With his extensive background in athletics and training, he is passionate about sharing his knowledge, experience and love for athletics to benefit the next generation of athletes.