General Manager- Miller Boisseau (email@example.com)
Miller is entering his 8th year as the Clarksville Orioles General Manager, 16th in the organization. His dad, Mike Boisseau, was one of the founding fathers of the Clarksville Orioles and also severed as General Manager before Miller took the reins in 2010. He was born and raised in Clarksville, TN and is a 1999 graduate from Northeast High School. After high school, Miller went on to play college baseball at Jackson State Community College under former Oriole head coach, Steve Cornelison. In his freshman season he led the team in homeruns (14) and was awarded 2000 TJCAA All-Western Division and 2000 TJCAA All-State. But due to the injuries he recived from a near fatal car crash in the fall of 2000, Miller’s baseball playing career was cut short. He then went on to Mississippi State University where he worked as a student in the baseball media relations department until he graduated in December of 2004. Miller was then asked to stay on staff at Mississippi State as the Graduate Assistant for Athletic Marketing until he received his Master’s degree in May 2006. During his time at MSU, he also worked closely with head baseball coach Ron Polk and the other MSU baseball coaches to help run their winter and summer baseball camps, while also working the SEC baseball tournament in Hoover, AL as the coordinator of major league scouts. Miller also interned a season for the Daytona Cubs, the Chicago Cubs High-A Minor League team, in the summer of 2005.
Miller now lives in Clarksville, TN.
Director of Baseball Operations/13u coach- Jared Hill (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jared is also entering in his 16th season as a Clarksville Oriole, 12th as a coach. Along with Miller, Jared also played on the first Orioles team back in 1995. Born and raised in Clarksville, TN, Jared graduated from high school in 1998 from Clarksville High. He played two seasons of baseball at Austin Peay State University after high school before transferring to, then NAIA powerhouse, Lee University in Cleveland, TN. In 2001, during his career at Lee, Jared was invited to play for the Geneva Lakers in the NYCBL summer league program. Jared’s coaching career began immediately after playing. In 2003, the year after he graduated, he was asked to stay and be an assistant at his alma mater, Lee. While coaching at Lee, Jared help recruit and coach Lee into the NAIA Championship game. After one season at Lee, he moved right outside of Atlanta, GA where he became the head coach at Towers High School for a season. After a 3 year stint in Georgia, Jared moved back to Clarksville where he became the head coach of the 13 year old Orioles team. In 2008 he became head coach of the 18 year old Orioles team. Jared was also an assistant coach for Clarksville High School from 2009 to 2012 under former Orioles coach Brian Hetland. As of 2015, 9 years as Orioles 18u head coach, Jared has helped over 100 kids reach their dream of playing college baseball and 10 have signed professional contracts.
Jared resides in Clarksville with his wife Mandy and children Adalynn and Cash
Clarksville Orioles Chaplain – Dr. Derek Smith
This is Derek’s 2nd season as the Orioles chaplain. Each Sunday that any Orioles team is scheduled to play, Derek records a 5 to 8 minute message talking about Jesus for either the coaches to play for their team or for the players to listen and watch on their way to the ball field.
Derek Smith is the Lead Pastor of Living Hope Baptist Church in Clarksville, Tennessee. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University in Alabama in Huntsville, and a Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been happily married to the love of his life, Chrystal, since 2002 and they have four children, a daughter Reaghan, and three sons Dawson, Harrison, and Anderson.
Pastor Derek has a heart to see the church in America revitalized through prayer, brokenness, gospel preaching, and a renewed missional emphasis. Pastor Derek loves coaching little league baseball, going to the beach with his family, fishing, and serving the local church.