2016 Baseball
Record: 0-0 Home: 0-0 Away: 0-0 GSAC: 0-0
2016 Baseball Coaches
Rob Pegg
Head Coach
4th Season
Rob Pegg enters his third season as the Vanguard Head Baseball Coach, though he has been a head collegiate skipper since 2005.
 
In his second year, Pegg led the Lions to a third place finish in competitive GSAC play. The 2014 Lions also qualified for the national tournament opening round with an at large bid. Vanguard, which was ranked as high as No. 14 nationally, finished the season with an impressive 33-23 overall mark.
 
Two of Pegg's players, Travis Tomsen and Kamakani Usui, have gone on to play professional ball after their careers with the Lions.

Pegg, a native of Ontario, Canada, graduated summa cum laude from Vanguard, then Southern California College, in 1997, where he earned his bachelor's degree in Mathematics.

As a student-athlete at VU, Pegg experienced considerable success, serving as the Lions' starting catcher for two seasons and being named Vanguard's male athlete of the year and baseball's most valuable player during his senior campaign (1996-97). The same year, he was a member of the All-GSAC first team and an NAIA All-America honorable mention selection.

Off of the field, Pegg maintained a 3.97 GPA, which earned him Academic All-GSAC and NAIA Scholar Athlete honors.

After graduation, Pegg broadened his baseball resume, accepting an offer to play professional baseball in the Frontier League for the Canton Crocodiles (Ohio), where his squad won the league championship in its inaugural season. Additionally, in 1998, Pegg was selected as a reserve member for the Canadian National Team. 

The following year, Pegg returned to SCC and received his California teaching credential in secondary school mathematics. He also began his seven-year stint as the lead baseball assistant under former head coach Kevin Kasper.

Under the guidance Coach Kasper and Coach Pegg, the program made great strides competitively, and in 2002, the team became Region II Champions and was one game from qualifying for the NAIA World Series.

Ten of Pegg's players have gone on to sign/play professional baseball. He has developed and coached three NCCAA First Team All Americans, two NCCAA All-Region players and 12 All-Conference players. As a head and/or assistant coach at Vanguard, Pegg has coached an NAIA All American and 16 All-GSAC honorees. Six of Pegg's players are currently serving as collegiate assistant coaches. 

As the three-time NCCAA Regional Coach of the Year (2008, 2009, 2010), Pegg also guided his then-squad to a third place NCCAA World Series finish in 2009. 

Rob is married to Angela, an alumna of the VU women's basketball program who played for current head coach, Russ Davis. The couple has four children, Daniel, Mia, Trent and Landon.

 

 
Jordan Oseguera
Assistant Coach
4th Season
2012/2013 season
Primary duties involve working with the pitchers at Vanguard University in the GSAC, and recruiting pitchers for each season. In 2013 helped the Vanguard pitching staff to a team ERA of 4.18, Had nationally recognized leaders in wins (Scott Simmons) hits per 9 (Clayton Voechting) innings pitched (Travis Tomsen) and Saves (Kevin Ponzo). Helped players continue after college into professional baseball (Travis Tomsen with Peoria Explorers, Kamakani Usui with Toronto Blue Jays)
2013/2014 Season
Pitching staff posted a regular season 3.66 team ERA with a 31-19 regular season record. This season pitching staff helped lead the team to its first playoff appearance since 2010 and finished 3rd overall in the conference standings. Coached 2 GSAC players of the week, Clayton Voechting, and Marshall McKinnon. And one all GSAC honors pitchers Eddie Rivera. This Vanguard Pitching staff helped lead the Lions to their first National Tournament Opening Round birth since 2010. This Seasons team was ranked as high as 14th in the nation and finished the national polls at 25th. John Fageaux Jr. advanced to professional baseball with the Frontier League of Professional Baseball along with Clayton Voecheting advancing to the Pecos League of Professional Baseball
2014/2015 Season
Pitching staff posted an all time low 3.33 regular season team ERA with 34-18 regular season record. Pitcher of the week Sean Isaac, along with All Conference Pitcher Sean Isaac. Qualified for the NAIA opening round of the national tournament. Team won the western regional tournament going 4-0 advancing to the NAIA World Series in Lewiston Idaho finishing 8th out of 10 teams, and a final season ranking of 8th in the nation. Scott Torrey Advanced to the Pecos League of Professional Baseball.
 
Prior to coaching, Oseguera played at Taylorsville High School in Salt Lake City, Utah under ABCA coach of the year Steve Cramblit. During his time at Taylorsville he posted the single season record for saves and least amount of hitters walked for the state of Utah.  
 
After Taylorsville he went on to the College of Southern Idaho and played under ABCA hall of fame coach Skip Walker, and Boomer Walker.  After Southern Idaho he went to Vanguard University and played for the regional team in 2010.  
 
Oseguera played professionally with the Yuma Scorpions, Tijuana Cimmarones, Roswell Invaders, Ruidoso Osos, and the McCallen Thunder. 
 
Once finished playing he began working under Tom House, for the National Pitching Association located at USC.  
 
Jordan's coaching experience also includes Calvary Chapel HS in Costa Mesa where the pitching staff posted a 1.56 ERA, and as a player coach for the Ruidoso Osos who were runner up in the Pecos League of Professional Baseball.