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MHCC has a proud history in baseball, marked by many wins both on the field and in school. The Saints have secured 18 regional championships and earned two Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) Championships. They have also achieved three second-place finishes, nine third-place finishes, and two fourth-place finishes.

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MHCC Baseball

Head coach - Korey Keir

Korey Kier boasts 23 years of experience coaching and mentoring athletes. He has spent time on the mat, on a football sideline, in a baseball dugout, behind a radar gun, on a microphone, and in skate parks around the US. Coach Kier has been blessed to coach and mentor many great individuals throughout his career. Married for 30 years to his wife Deborah, he has two sons, Kaleb and Dylan. With years of experience to lean on, Coach Kier aims to maintain a successful, well-respected baseball program at MHCC.

From 2000 to 2009, Coach Kier was the head baseball coach at La Salle Catholic College Preparatory School, Sunset High School, and Columbia River High School. His coaching record during that time was 150-104, and he was named Tri-Valley Coach of the Year in 2003.

From 2010 to 2012, Coach Kier served as the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator at MHCC. From 2014 to 2022, he returned to Columbia River High School as the associate head baseball coach, head freshman football coach, and varsity running backs coach. In 2019, Coach Kier won a Merit Award from the Washington State Coaches Association. He is honored and excited to lead one of the northwest's premier junior college baseball programs, committed to upholding and honoring the traditions of past players.

Assistant coach - Brent Johnson

Brent Johnson joined the Saints in 2013 and has been a great addition to upholding the winning tradition at MHCC. As the infield coach, Johnson helps keep the Saints' defense strong, always striving to capture yet another Southern Region championship.

Johnson played at Dayton High School in Nevada, where he was a four-year letterman and all-league infielder. Coach Johnson played at Feather River Community College (1999-2000). Right after his time at Feather River Community College, he began his coaching career, starting as a private instructor with youth and high school players in Reno, Nevada, as part of Brent's Baseball Academy. From 2004 to 2012, Johnson coached a select team, the Reno Muckdogs, where, in 2008, his team won a bronze medal at the US Amateur Athletic Union Junior Olympics. Many of Coach Johnson's former players and students have gone on to play at various levels of college and professional baseball around the country.

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