Brock has been coaching baseball on the field 6+ days per week since 2017 from mid february-november. Coaching in about 120 games per year at the 11u through D1 College level. Specifically the current Pitching Coach and longest tenured coach on staff at 2019 Virginia 6A State Champions Lake Braddock High School. In the summers he acts as the Manager and sole recruiter of the Silver Spring Takoma Thunderbolts, as well as running their camps. Currently Brock is with our 2025 Academic Showcase Team that he has grown with since his start at the travel level. Since taking over the 2025 team he produced more wins every season until peaking in fall of 2020 when they went undefeated in league play and finished 17-5, just a year after finishing two games below .500.  At the college level Brock went 16-20 and advanced to the semifinals of the Cal Ripken League Postseason Tournament. His team finished the season 12-4(league best) going hot into the playoffs. His Thunderbolts team had the second best pitching stats in all categories just behind the Bethesda Big Train. Brock has privately worked with or coached numerous draft picks and current high level division 1 baseball players over the past few years. Of all of the games he has been a part of over the past years, his favorite coaching experience is going to Cooperstown with our 12u team in 2018!  Prior to coaching Brock played all over the area locally including : Great Falls Little League, Mclean/Great Falls Babe Ruth, Mclean High School, Waves Baseball, EvoShield Canes. After high school Brock played college baseball at Coastal Carolina University(2016 CWSC) and George Mason University. Brock also played two summers in the Valley League for the Strasburg Express. Brock thrived in the summer as he was twice named to the Valley League All-Star team and started the All-Star game in 2015. Earned 1st team all league honors both years and won the Valley league Championship in 2015 for the first time in Strasburg franchise history. Brock threw in just under 100 games in his college career facing ACC/SEC/Big 12 opponents regularly. Including summer ball he threw over 200 innings with a sub 3.00 ERA and 200 + SO. Of all of his experiences in baseball, he attributes his coaching success to playing for two 1000 win coaches in college.