Kelbi Berg - In November 2019, the Bullpen added Berg to the staff as General Manager and Director of Player Development. Berg is a Chestnut Ridge High School alum and graduated from IUP. Kelbi brings 10+ years of coaching experience to the Bullpen and is an assistant coach at IUP. Before joining the Bullpen, Berg spent 3 years working with players nationally as a Player Development Coordinator with the Under Armour Baseball and Softball Factory.
Shawna Bellaud - In September 2020, the Bullpen added Bellaud to the staff as Softball Director. Bellaud is a Lock Haven University alum that was part of the 2009 Division II National Championship team. Shawna brings 14+ years of coaching experience to the Bullpen and is the current Head Softball Coach at IUP. Before IUP, Bellaud was an Assistant Coach & Director of Video Operations at Division I Coastal Carolina. Bellaud serves as a hitting & pitching instructor focusing on player development.
Sean Thompson - IHS alum and graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University. Thompson pitched in the the Chicago White Sox organization after a great career at VCU, he will begin his collegiate coaching career with VCU in the fall of 2020. Sean holds nationally recognized certifications in Pitcher Development, Programming, and Pitch Design.
Sue Snyder - In September 2020, Snyder joined the Bullpen as the lead pitching instructor. Snyder has 25 years of private pitching instruction experience, coaching 9 PIAA State Championship pitchers (5 within the last 4 years), and has developed 100+ college pitchers across all divisions. From 1994-2007, Sue was the Head Softball Coach at IUP. In 13 years at IUP; Snyder amassed 311 victories, was named Coach of the Year in 2003, has the most wins in IUP Softball history, made 11 PSAC Tournament appearances and 7 NCAA Tournament appearances. Snyder developed 83 PSAC All-Conference players, 2 PSAC Rookie of the Year winners, 1 PSAC Athlete of the Year, 32 NFCA All-Region Players, and 1 NCAA First-Team All-American. Sue has coached at every level from 9-10u Little League, 18U ASA Softball, High School, and Division-II College.
Cole Shaffer - Indiana HS alum and graduate of Clarion University. Shaffer will begin his collegiate coaching career at Indiana University of PA in the Fall of 2020. Cole holds a nationally recognized certification for Hitting Development and Programming.
Tyler "TJ" Adams - Central Cambria alumni and soon to be graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Adams was drafted after his Junior season at IUP and is currently pitching in the Philadelphia Phillies farm system. Adams trains at the Bullpen on a regular basis and serves as an instructor, focusing on athletic development and pitching.
Dan Roan - Bellefonte High School alum and graduate of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania. All-State nomination in high school for hitting and pitching before going on to play at IUP being a staple in the bullpen. Previously was a Player Development Coordinator at the Under Armour Baseball Factory and currently is an Assistant Coach at IUP. Has 4+ years giving lessons and developing players of all ages.
Anthony Rebyanski – Rebyanski, who joined the Bullpen in December 2020, is the current head baseball coach at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) and is a graduate of Indiana High School and IUP. Bringing 15 years of collegiate coaching experience to the Bullpen, he will serve as a hitting and pitching instructor, focusing on player and athletic development.
In 2002, Rebyanski was named Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Rookie of the Year and today, sees his name throughout the IUP record book in numerous categories. Following his collegiate playing career in 2005, he signed a professional contract to play in the independent professional league ranks. In 2007, he was named to the Frontier League North All-Star team and was part of a pitching staff that helped win back-to-back Frontier League Championships in 2007 and 2008. Rebyanski has also had the opportunity to mentor 44 student-athletes that have gone on to sign professional baseball contracts during his 15-year coaching career.