Trevor Varley Pitching
Trevor Varley joins the staff at Bardo’s after a 7 year stint as an Assistant Baseball Coach at Northeastern Junior College in Sterling, CO. During his time at NJC, he was a part of two of the most successful seasons in program history. In 2012-13 the Plainsmen won 84 games and played for two Region IX championships, winning the title in 2013. In 2013, NJC saw it’s first National 1st team All-American who was later drafted in the 14th round to the Boston Red Sox.
Trevor’s playing career included one year at York College (NE), one year at McCook Community College (NE), and two years at Peru State College (NE). Trevor also spent a summer in Parker, CO playing for the Parker Xpress. Trevor graduated from Peru State College in Nebraska with honors (Cum Laude), with a degree in Sports Management. Trevor was the staff pitching ace both at MCC and PSC for three years. He was an all conference performer in 2006-2007 and an all conference academic member in 2007-2008. Trevor was awarded team MVP honors in his senior season at Peru State.
After graduation, Trevor spent one season as an Assistant Coach at Peru State College before heading to Canada to take on Head Coaching duties with the Okotoks Dawgs Baseball Academy in Okotoks, Alberta. During his time in Canada, Coach Varley was a part of one of the most successful Academies in the country. The Dawgs Academy saw several players heavily recruited and signed by Colleges and Universities all over the US and Canada. Over time, the Dawgs also saw an increase in players drafted professionally by teams at the professional level.
Coach Varley has helped develop several professional players over his short coaching career. His focus is developing young athletes in preparation to compete at the highest level possible. Trevor and his wife Samantha and son Traeden now reside in Sterling.
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