Brett Manning enters his fourth season with the Collegians assisting in overseeing game day operations, marketing efforts and serving as a mental performance consultant for the players and coaches.
Manning was head coach of the Collegians in their first year of their re-emergence in 2013 where they went 19-27. Past coaching experience includes a Graduate Assistant Coach at the University of Northern Colorado in 2013 as well as two seasons as an Assistant Coach for Boulder High School’s Legion B team in the summers of 2010 and 2012.
As a player, Manning started four years at University of the Pacific (Stockton, CA) and was a three letter winner for Boulder High School (2004 Graduate). At Pacific Manning earned the award of Student-Athlete of the year in 2008 and Big West Player of the Week in 2005. At Boulder High School Manning earned the awards of Scholar Athlete of the Year, Team MVP, All-State, All-Conference and was selected for the Rockies Senior Top 40 Game (all in 2004).
Manning earned a Master’s Degree in Sport Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado and he owns a baseball instruction business (BCM Performance) as well as a mental performance consulting business (Brett Manning Performance).