Brew State Staff

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Chad Tindall- Director

Program director Chad Tindall has nearly twenty years experience in private baseball instruction. He takes a thoughtful and holistic approach in guiding young players to be their best.. Through his Bachelor Degree in Communications (UW-La Crosse) and the good fortune to train under some top baseball professionals, Tindall has developed a strong skillset around connecting to young players and helping them understand what it takes to reach their potential.

As a player Chad led Burlington Catholic Central to a state title in 1999. From there he played with 6-time NJCAA National Champions Arizona Central College where he teamed with future Major Leaguers Ian Kinsler & Rich Harden.  Tindall also earned scholarships from​ LMU (Knoxville, TN), Kishwaukee College (Malta, IL), and Madison College (Madison, WI).

As a coach before starting Brew State, Tindall assisted the University of Wisconsin-Parkside baseball program and managed U.S. Baseball Academy camps for five years. Chad counts his time working with MLB hitting coach John Mallee, UW-Milwaukee head coach Scott Doffek,, and Auburn University head coach Clint Myers amongst his strongest influences.

Internationally, Chad has also played baseball in Beijing, China and coached in Perth, Australia.

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Kyle Koth - Head of Baseball Youth Operations

Coach Kyle comes to us as a  2018 Graduate of Wisconsin Lutheran College where he played 4 years of baseball as a catcher .  Entering his third year of coaching our youth programs at Brew State.  He has demonstrated his development as a coach from starting with a 2 - 11 record his first season to a 28 - 16.  He has 3 years coaching experience prior to joining our Brew State crew and has continued to expand his coaching skills for us. 

 Kyle's really had a knack for taking teams that have started out very slow and having them finish in championship games and win championships and league at the end of the year. It's certainly a skill that we love about him because we are development first at the ages especially he coaches