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Coach Jonathan Wyman | Varsity Head Coach

The 2016 season is Coach Wyman’s second season as the Longhorns Head Coach.  Coach Wyman is back home in Sugar Hill after leaving in 2011 for the Head Baseball coaching position at Norcross High School.  

Coach graduated from Chattahoochee High School in Alpharetta, GA (Class of 2001) and Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC (Class of 2005).  While at Presbyterian College, Coach Wyman played Catcher and 3B for the Blue Hose, lettering all four years.  Prior to Norcross, Jonathan coached at North Gwinnett High School in Suwanee (2007 – 2010) and Lanier High School in Sugar Hill (2010 -2011).  While at North Gwinnett, Jonathan was awarded the “Assistant Coach of the Year” for the 2009 season by the Gwinnett County Dugout Club. In 2013, Coach Wyman helped lead the Blue Devils to a 19-11 record and a 2nd Round appearance in the 6A State Playoffs.  Last season, the Blue Devils posted an impressive 16-10 overall record.  His overall record at Norcross is 44-38 over the past three seasons.  In 2013, Coach Wyman was awarded the “Gwinnett County Coach of the Year” Award from the Gwinnett Daily Post.  Coach Wyman coaches hitters and catchers at Lanier.

                                Career Record:   
 Contact Coach Wyman                                2012        9-17

                                                                        2013        19-11 (2nd Round of State Playoffs)

                                                                        2014        16-10

                                                                        2015        9-17


Coach Wyman teaches Health and PE at Lanier.  Coach Wyman currently has his Master’s Degree in Kinesiology from Georgia Southern University and his Education Specialist Degree in Teaching and Learning from Liberty University.  

Jonathan and his wife, PJ, have three daughters, Avery (10 years old), Ashlynn-Grace (5 years old), and Aleigh (3 years old) and a son, Knox (2 years old).

The Wymans currently live in Flowery Branch, GA.




Coach Kiley Coursey | Varsity Asst. Coach

Coach Coursey will return for his sixth season as an assistant coach at Lanier. 

Kiley played at Stone Mountain High School and Bay High School (Class of 1996).  Coach Coursey was fortunate to reach the pinnacle of the baseball profession by playing professional baseball in a Professional Independent League in Macon, Ga. and Texas; then playing in a semi-pro league for 3 seasons.

Kiley's expertise is in the position of catcher and the development of all players.  This season, Coach Coursey will be focusing on the Pitchers, but also working with the Infield and Hitters, as well.

 Currently, Kiley is on-staff with the Gwinnett Braves Field Maintenance Staff and he coaches the 12U Longhorn travel team.


Coach Coursey, and his wife Erica, reside in Sugar Hill and have 3 children: Cameron (17), Chase (14)  and Keelyn (9).



Coach Cruz | Varsity Asst. Coach





Coach Josh Link | Junior Varsity Head Coach

                          

 Coach Link  is in his second season as an Assistant Baseball Coach for the Longhorns.             

A Milton high school graduate, Coach Link lettered all four years in baseball and one year in basketball.  He was named to the All North Fulton team as a shortstop in 2002.  After high school he attended Shorter College on a full baseball scholarship where he played every position except for catcher, centerfield, and right field.  He later graduated from Southern Polytechnic State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics.  Coach Link coaches the Infielders and Hitters for Lanier.  

Aside from coaching baseball this year, Coach Link also coached freshman volleyball and JV girls’ basketball.  Coach Link is a part of the math depar

tment at Lanier High School.  

 

He and his wife, Christy, are expecting their first child in May.  They currently reside in Cumming.


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Coach Cox | Junior Varsity Coach


Coach Reeves | 9th Grade Coach


Coach Simpkins | 9th Grade Coach







 
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