Trevor Varley has over 10+ years of coaching experience, with 8 of those being at the college level. He coached at Northeastern Junior College for 7 years and at Peru State College (NAIA) for 1. He is currently helping out with high school players during their off-season training programs.
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. While at Peru. Varley was an assistant coach dealing primarily with outfielders. He assisted in all areas of recruiting and played an integral part in recruiting two future MLB draft picks in Yimy Rodriguez and Andre Kinder. Kinder was a 42nd Rd pick by the Philadelphia Philles and Rodriguez went in the 27th round to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
After Peru, Varley took a Head Coaching position with the Okotoks Dawgs Baseball Academy in Okotoks, AB Canada. During his time in Canada, Coach Varley was a part of one of the most successful Academies in the country. He was a part of the original coaching staff for the Dawgs Academy program. 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 being drafted professionally and placed at major Division 1 Universities.
Varley was then offered the pitching coach position at Northeastern Junior College. Trevor spent 7 seasons on the NJC staff under the tutelage of Head Coach Bryan Shepherd. While at NJC, Varley assisted in all facets of the program as well as recruitment and college placement. The Plainsmen saw several players sign professional contracts including three players drafted in the top 20 rounds of the MLB First Year Player Draft. The baseball program at NJC prided itself on placing players at the college level and preparing them for success at the next level.
Coach Varley has played a part on all sides of the recruitment process. He enjoys helping young athletes develop and assisting them through the recruiting process to help them transition to the next level.
Trevor, his wife Samantha and son Traeden(9) now reside in Princeton, Ne.