Reserve names new assistant coach
January 16, 2020 | View PDF
Courtesy Wasco Reserve
A new coach has been added to the staff of the Wasco Reserve baseball club.
Coach Jason Stowers, head coach at Kentucky Christian University, will assist Coach Bill Moore once practices begin in May.
Stowers is originally from Bristol, Tenn., but lives in Grayson, Ky. He played high school ball at Tennessee High School in Bristol, and his collegiate experience was at Alice Lloyd College in Pippa Passes, Ky.
Stowers said that he has coached five 1st-round draft choices in the major league baseball draft. In addition, he has coached eight players that have played in the major leagues
"I have also coached six All-American Honorable Mention players," he said. "I have also recruited four Conference- Freshman-of-the-Year players, as well as one runner-up.
Stowers has also coached two players chosen as National Player of the Week (USCAS), 14 Gold Glove Award winners, over 30 collegiate All-Conference players and record-setting pitching staffs.
Stowers is looking forward to working with Moore this summer.
"His coach freed Jason up for us," Moore said. "Jason has already taken care of what he needed to do for next his next season, and I was able to make an arrangement where we were able to get him."
"I've known Jason for several years," Moore said. "I'm looking forward to having his experience on the field with the guys from Wasco."