Chad Langley is in his second year as assistant baseball coach at Marietta College in 2018. Langley will be responsible for the Pioneer hitters and is also Marietta's recruiting coordinator.
Langley came to Marietta after spending two years as a graduate assistant at Marian University, an NCAA Division III member of the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference. He worked with the Sabre infielders and catchers, as well as their hitters.
While on staff at Marian, Langley spent the summers coaching the Racine Hitters 16U team and served as an assistant coach last summer with the Madison Mallards of the North Woods League.
Langley, a two-time All-NACC first baseman for the Sabres, was a career.348 hitter at Marian. He served as team captain his junior and seniors seasons and finished his career with 40 doubles and 87 runs batted in.
Langley graduated from Marian University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports and Recreation Management. He completed a Master of Science degree in Organizational Leadership.
Chris Stout is in his first year as assistant baseball coach and Don Schaly Stadium supervisor in 2018. In addition to maintaining the Pioneers’ playing facility, Stout is Marietta’s pitching coach.
Stout comes to Marietta after spending a year as the pitching coach at North Carolina Wesleyan College, an NCAA Division III member of the USA South Conference. In addition to his responsibilities with the Battling Bishop pitchers, Stout coached first base and assisted with strength and conditioning.
Stout served as the 2017 field manager for the White Sands Pupfish of the Pecos League, an independent professional baseball league, located in Alamogordo, New Mexico.
Prior to his time with North Carolina Wesleyan and the Pupfish, Stouts spent five years as an assistant high school coach at Nevada High School in Nevada, Iowa and North Pitt High School in Bethel, North Carolina.
Stout pitched collegiately at Marshalltown Community College in Marshalltown, Iowa and Ashford University in Iowa. Following his collegiate career, he played for the Slater NiteHawks of the Des Moines Semi-Pro baseball league and for the White Sands Pupfish.
Stout completed an Associate of Arts degree at Marshalltown Community College in 2011. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree from North Carolina Wesleyan in 2017. Chris and his wife Alyssa have two dogs, Arley and Elli.
p> Langley graduated from Marian University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports and Recreation Management. He completed a Master of Science degree in Organizational Leadership.
Mark Walton begins his first year as an Assistant Baseball Coach at Marietta College in 2018-19.
Walton come to Marietta after spending the last two years as a graduate assistant at Muskingum University. Walton coached the Muskie hitters, catchers and infielders as well as coordinating their strength and condition program.
Walton played collegiately at Otterbein University where he was a three-year letterman and served as a team captain. Walton was a catcher for the Cardinals until his senior year when he moved to third base earning first team All-OAC honors.
A native of Upper Sandusky, Ohio, Walton was a three-sport athlete at Upper Sandusky High School playing baseball, basketball and soccer.
Walton received a Bachelor of Science degree in Education with an Intervention Specialist concentration from Otterbein in 2016. He completed a Master’s degree in Adult Education at Muskingum in 2018.
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