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.
Coach Garcia was an assistant coach at Thousand Oaks High High School for 12 years and an Assistant Coach at Moorpark College for 2 years. Graduated from University High School in 1972 and then continued on at UCLA earning a Business degree, 1978. Coach Garcia has been with the oaks since 2006 - Present.
Cody was a four year letter winner at Simi Valley High School from 2009-2012. Named first team all Marmonte League in the 2010, 2011, 2012 seasons while also being named Marmonte League Player of the Year & Ventura County Player of the Year in 2011. Following high school he played at the University of Arizona in 2013-2016. Received 1st team PAC 12 and 2nd Team All American honors in 2016 while also being named to the All College World Series team while playing in the College World Series In 2016. Cody also played for the Oaks for three seasons; 2013, 2014 and 2015. He was named Rawlings Cup MVP in 2014 during the 4th of July Tournament. He was drafted in the 19th round by the Angels in 2016. He now serves as the Director of Player Development for position players at the University of Arizona. This is Coach Ramer's first summer with The Oaks as a Coach.
Ventura County native Coach Fitzgerald went to Cornerstone Christian and Grace Brethren where he graduated from in 2011. He continued his baseball career at Moorpark College and Oxnard College. After excelling at community college Coach Fitzgerald continue to play baseball in Wenham, Massachusetts at Gordon college where he then coached after he graduated with a degree in Business Administration. He is the current Assistant Coach at his alma mater, Grace Brethren High School and a Coach for The Hitting Factory in Newbury Park. This is Coach Fitzgerald's first summer coaching with The Oaks.
Yoshi has been the Athletic Trainer for the Oaks since 2012. He is currently the Head Athletic Trainer at Oxnard College. Previously he has worked at Cal St. Northridge, Stony Brook University, Niagara University, and George Washington University. He received his bachelor's degree in English Literature from Doshisha University in Japan (1998) and in Exercise Science from University at Buffalo (2001) ... Shiratori completed his master's degree in Exercise Science (Exercise, Nutrition and Eating Behavior track) from George Washington in August of 2003. Shiratori has been a NATABOC certified athletic trainer since 2001 ... He has been a certified strength and conditioning specialist since 2002. He holds other credentials: Certified Kinesio Tape Practitioner (CKTP), Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehab (FAKTR), and ImPACT Trained Athletic Trainer (ITAT).
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Jarecki will be entering his sophomore year at the University of Oregon where he is currently studying journalism. A Frazier Park California native, Jarecki helped launch a sports broadcasting live stream program in 2017 during his sophomore year at Bakersfield Christian High School. Jarecki provided play by play of for Bakersfield Christian Football, Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball, and Water Polo during his tenure at BCHS from 2017-2020. Jarecki also served as the Sports Anchor of the daily newscast the Eagle News for 3 years and held the position of Sports Editor for the school newspaper the Eagle Post during his senior year of high school. Now at the University of Oregon, Jarecki continues to pursue his dream of sports broadcasting as he works as a volunteer with the campus radio station's sports department KWVA Sports. Jarecki has been on over 10 broadcasts and has covered over 20 Oregon Duck athletic events during his first year with KWVA Sports. Jarecki is an avid fan of the San Francisco Giants, Toronto Maple Leafs, Las Vegas Raiders, Toronto Raptors and Chelsea FC. Jarecki is also a huge fan of the band the Grateful Dead and considers himself a Deadhead. This is Knight's first season as a broadcast intern with the Conejo Oaks.
Ryan Milano, a student at the University of Oregon, currently works as a broadcaster at KWVA Eugene 88.1 FM. At KWVA, Milano is a play-by-play voice for University of Oregon Volleyball, Softball, and Bushnell University basketball. Milano is currently pursuing a degree in journalism from the University of Oregon.
Statistical Analysis/Scouting Intern
Huerth is heading into his Junior year at North Central University in Downtown Minneapolis. Along with pursuing a degree in Sports Management, he also plays baseball for the Rams. The Moorpark, California native plans to enter the sports world after receiving his Undergrad.
Social Media Intern
Kurt Chenevert is entering his senior year at Grand Canyon University, where he is studying marketing and advertising. As a lifelong baseball fan and Thousand Oaks native, he is extremely excited for the opportunity to gain experience promoting and managing the social media brand for an excellent baseball team playing so close to home.
PA Announcer Intern
Logan is entering his sophomore year at California Lutheran University right here in Thousand Oaks. Logan has done public address for basketball, softball, volleyball, lacrosse and football. Logan most recently called games for Village Christian, Torrance high, and Serra High. Logan is also the lead Play-By-Play voice of Cal Lutheran’s baseball, softball, and volleyball teams. Logan is a communications and theatre major. Logan is so excited for the summer with Conejo Oaks! @lsoforenkopxp