My name is Kyle Wise and I am currently in my third season as an assistant baseball coach at Feather River Community College.  We are located in the town of Quincy which is tucked away in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of Northeastern California.  I earned my B.S. in K-12 Physical Education and have my initial teaching certificate from Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Missouri.  Prior to my time in Missouri I earned my A.A. from Feather River College.
     I had the privilege of playing college baseball at the California Junior College and NCAA Division 2 levels.  I am very passionate about coaching baseball at the Junior College level because of the opportunities that are made possible through it.  I love seeing student athletes that would normally have not had the chance or the motivation to pursue a college education able to earn degrees and create a better life for themselves after baseball is over.

Kailey Allen
05/14/2013 10:43pm

I really enjoyed your comments about the Junior College level. I also played college at the Junior College level and then went on to play at a four year institution. I feel the Junior College level is looked down on and I feel that is a mistake. I agree that the Junior College level can be a huge physically, emotionally, and mentally growing opportunity for athletes. I think Junior College's offer an opportunity for kids to play but to also move on to the next level and pursue their dreams in athletics while getting an education. I know for me athletics is what got me through school and allowed me to earn my degree. I really enjoyed reading your thoughts and opinions and I liked your microblogging about the hashtags. I look forward to reading more of your blogs.


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    Kyle Wise

    I am 25 years old, in my 3rd season as an assistant baseball coach at the Junior College level and love guiding young adults as they chase down their dreams.


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