Jordan Tiegs joins the Indiana State Baseball program for the first time in 2015. Tiegs, a graduate from the University of Indianapolis, is a native of Woodstock, Ontario, Canada. He will be working with the pitching staff during the 2015 season.
Tiegs worked with pitchers in a three year stint with the UIndy Greyhounds. In the 2012 season, Tiegs mentored a pitching staff that set school records for shut outs, 11, and second in school history in strikeouts in a season, 425. The Greyhounds earned trips to the Midwest Regionals in two of his three years while qualifying for the DII World Series in 2012 with a record of 46-16.
Tiegs played at Sauk Valley Community College for two years before pitching at DI College of Charleston for a season before ending his collegiate career at UIndy.
After a successful collegiate career, Tiegs was taken in the 2006 draft by the Cincinnati Reds where he spent two season playing in the Frontier League with the Evansville Otters before an injury ended his playing career.
Tiegs has earned a bachelor’s degree in Communications-Public Relations with a minor in Business Administration, as well as an MBA in Business Administration from the University of Indianapolis.