|2009||36-17||17-6||MCC Champs, NAIA Opening Round|
|2006||32-16||18-7||MCC Champs, Region VII Finals|
|2005||45-15||20-8||MCC Champs, Region VII|
|2004||48-15||22-6||MCC, Region, & Super Reg. Champs, NAIA (6th)|
|1992||34-4||13-1||IIAC Champs, Playoffs|
|1990||28-5||18-2||IIAC Champs, Playoffs|
|1989||27-8-1||14-3||IIAC Champs, Playoffs|
|1988||31-8||15-4||IIAC Champs, Playoffs|
|1986||33-10||15-5||IIAC Champs, Playoffs|
James Folske is in his second year as a graduate assistant coach.
A graduate of Davenport University (Mich.), the Mount Pleasant native was a two-year team captain and Gold Glove winner at Davenport. Prior to attending Davenport, Folske played at Kellogg CC (Mich.) where he helped the program to a national runner-up finish in the NJCAA Championships. He was also a team captain at Kellogg.
An All-State and Academic All-State honoree as a prep at Sacred Heart HS, Folske has assisted at Sacred Heart, Davenport, and Aspen HS.
Folske, who will work with the infielders, is currently working on his Master's of Business Leadership.
Andrew Wells is in his second year as a graduate assistant coach.
A graduate of Central Methodist University (Mo.), the Clinton, Mo. native was an outfielder/first baseman for the Eagles. Prior to coming to William Penn, he assisted at Clinton HS and was the head coach of the Clinton American Legion team, helping the Legion squad to a top-ten finish in the state in 2011.
Wells, who will work with the outfielders and pitchers, is currently working on his Master's of Business Leadership.
Daniel Wehr is in his first year as a graduate assistant coach.
A 2012 William Penn graduate, Wehr was a three-time letterwinner for the Statesmen. He was a team captain as a senior and earned three academic all-Midwest Collegiate Conference honors.
Outside of William Penn, Wehr has been an assistant coach at Sigourney HS for the last four years. A native of Sigourney, he has also headed the junior high program there for three straight seasons.
Wehr, who will work primarily with the outfielders, is currently working on his Master’s of Business Leadership.
Aaron Laird is in his first year as a student assistant coach.
A four-year letterwinner for the Statesmen, Laird was a member of William Penn’s 2009 Midwest Collegiate Conference championship and NAIA Nationals-qualifying squad. He was a team captain, an NAIA Character award recipient, and also earned his team’s Defensive Player of the Year honor as a senior for posting a fielding percentage of 1.000.
A native of Oskaloosa, Laird will graduate in May with a degree in industrial technology.