Dan Rogers graduated from Woodside High School in 2005. He then attended Santa Rosa Junior College where he was named an All-Conference catcher in 2008. After his sophomore season at Santa Rosa, he transferred to Texas A&M University Kingsville where he made the transition to pitcher. As a senior in 2010 he amassed 87 innings while compiling an 8-1 record with a 3.93 ERA. Dan was named first team All-Conference, All-Region, and was named team MVP following his senior season. He then went on to play for the Swift Current Indians (Canada), Mulgrave Rebels (Australia), Zurich Barracudas (Switzerland), and pitched several seasons professionally for the San Rafael Pacifics of the Pacific Association. Dan was the head coach of the Zurich Barracudas in the Swiss National League in 2012, and began coaching at Woodside in 2013. He graduated with honors from Texas A&M Kingsville in 2011 with a bachelor's degree in exercise science. Dan earned his teaching credential from Notre Dame De Namur University in 2018 and is currently the middle school Physical Education Instructor at Selby Lane School in the Redwood City School District.
Tim Goode has been coaching high school baseball since 1983. He became varsity head coach at Sacred Heart Prep in 1989 and in 1996 led the team to its first league title and a No. 1 state ranking (Cal-Hi Sports) for its division. SHP made the CCS playoffs every year between 1989 and 96 and Goode was named San Mateo County Coach of the Year in 1996. Goode was an assistant at Woodside in 1998 and then coached JV baseball and girls JV basketball at Menlo School for the following 12 years. Goode managed the Redwood City American Legion summer team for 25 years through 2017, where many former Woodside players competed. Goode served as a recommending scout for the Cincinnati Reds for six years through 2006. A former newspaper reporter and columnist, Goode later worked in Public Relations and currently does freelance writing. His wife, Maureen (’86) and son, Tim (’16) graduated from Woodside. Son, Brian is in the class of 2022. Daughter Erin graduated from Menlo-Atherton (‘14).