Head Baseball Coach Drew Wold
Drew Wold is OJC’s new Head Baseball coach. Drew served as assistant baseball coach for the 2017-18 and 2019-20 seasons. With Chris Carrillo’s transition from head baseball coach to athletic director, Drew also served as interim head baseball coach before becoming the new head coach. Drew is an alumni of Otero Junior College receiving his Associate of Science in May, 2012 as well as playing baseball for the Rattlers. He completed his Bachelor’s degree from Adams State University in December, 2014.
He has many coaching experiences including his most recent as the assistant baseball coach at ASU working with hitters and outfielders. Drew’s experiences at OJC and ASU will add value to our current baseball program.
Assistant Coach Carlos Ramirez
Carlos Ramirez is OJC’s new assistant baseball coach for the 2020-21 season. He will be helping with the day to day operations of the baseball program, assist with recruiting and will help direct the team’s strength and conditioning programs.
As a former Rattler, Carlos played baseball at OJC from 2015-2017 and went on to play another two years at New Mexico Highlands University. Carlos received his Associate of Arts from Otero Junior College and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Human Performance & Sports with a concentration in Exercise and Sports Science from New Mexico Highlands University. As a student athlete, Carlos received the 2017 NJCAA All-Academic Honors, made the Dean’s List at NMHU from 2018-19 and the 2019 RMAC Academic Team.
Carlos taught P.E. at Valencia Middle School in Los Lunas, NM and was also an intern for Stead Fast Performance helping train athletes in the sports performance sector. He has coached multiple teams for “The Grind Baseball Facility”, a college prep team, where he was also in charge of the team’s strength and conditioning program.
A native of Los Lunas, New Mexico, Carlos is the oldest of 3 younger brothers: Andres, Abraham and Benjamin. In his spare time Carlos spends his time outdoors and enjoys camping, fishing, hiking, and hunting. Carlos is working towards completing his certified strength and conditioning specialist certification along with the Driveline certification to help develop players through safe and effective sports performance methods. He also aspires to own a sports performance facility after finishing his baseball coaching career.