Coach Soliz joined the coaching staff as an assistant coach in 2006 and quickly transitioned to Manager. Soliz graduated from Rio Mesa High School in 1990; attended Cal State Los Angeles and graduated in 1994. He was an Assistant Coach for CSULA from 1995-1999. Coach Soliz has served as the Head Coach at Rio Mesa High School since 1999.
Head Coach/Pitching Coach
Conejo Oaks Baseball Club, EST 2006
Director of Broadcasting and Press Box Operations
Jonathan is a rising senior at the University of Oregon. Hailing from the Los Angeles suburb of Thousand Oaks (home of the Oaks), Jonathan has made a name for himself in the area, starting the Sports Broadcasting program at Oak Park High School and acting as the "Voice of the Eagles" for two years. At the University of Oregon, Jonathan is a Sports Broadcasting major with a minor in Business. Jonathan is a sportscaster for KWVA 88.1 FM, where he covers Oregon football, basketball, baseball, and softball, and is a regular on the nightly sports talk show QuackSmack. He also covered the Sweet 16 and Elite 8 in Anaheim in 2016 and calls local high school football and basketball games. In summer 2016, the Conejo Oaks Baseball Club brought on Jonathan to be their Director of Broadcasting and Media Relations. He returned to take on the same role for the 2017 season. He called every game, including a matchup against Team USA at Angel Stadium, and officially re-signed with the Oaks for his third summer in December 2017. An Oak Park Alumnus, Jonathan is an L.A. born Red Sox and Celtics fan but holds a strong allegiance to the Cincinnati Bengals (it is complicated). Follow Jonathan on Twitter or connect with him on LinkedIn.
The Amateur Baseball Development Group (ABDG) is a non-profit foundation with all proceeds supporting amateur baseball in Southern California.
Associate Director of Broadcasting
Jordan, a rising sophomore at the University of Oregon, is an avid sports fan, and an aspiring sports broadcaster. Hailing from Encino, California, Jordan holds strong allegiances to the Lakers and the Rams, but is a big supporter of the Washington Nationals. Jordan is excited to be part of the Oaks family for the first time this season. In his free time, Jordan plays golf, basketball, video games, and enjoys quality time with his family. You can follow Jordan on Twitter.
Head of Social Media and Communications
Tony Thai is rising sophomore at Arizona State University. He works with Sun Devil Athletics as a media relations intern. He is pursuing a degree in journalism with a minor in business. Thai was born in Camarillo, CA, where he had lived his whole life before moving to Arizona. Thai brings a lot of experience and expertise in multimedia and communications to the team. The summer of 2018 marks his first season with the Conejo Oaks. You can follow Tony on Twitter.
Rebecca is a 2016 graduate from San Jose State with a bachelors in Hospitality, Tourism, and Event Management. She was selected for the SJSU Special Events Management Team where she worked in the events and food & beverage department at the 2016 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Golf Tournament and has gone back to work the last two years as well. After graduation Rebecca moved back to her hometown of Camarillo, CA and decided to take a different career path and is now in the process of obtaining her Teaching Credential in Secondary Education. She plans to be a High School Health and Physical Education teacher. In her free time Rebecca likes to attend country concerts and sporting events to cheer on the LA Dodgers and LA Kings.
Head of Player Scouting and Team Analytics/Special Assistant to the Field Staff
University of Oregon rising senior, Jacob Plack is a passionate sports fan from Santa Rosa, CA. Jacob is a devoted supporter of the San Francisco Giants, San Francisco 49ers, and Golden State Warriors, as well as Oregon Ducks athletics. Jacob hopes to work in the front office of a baseball, football, or basketball team when he finishes his studies. In his free time, Jacob is the president of his fraternity and enjoys playing football and baseball with his friends. Jacob will be tasked with assisting with player development and scouting for the 2018 summer season. You can follow him on Twitter.