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Staff Members:


Adam Dobberstein

Position: Co-Head Varsity Coach

Email: jadcatch@aol.com

Adam Dobberstein enters his 14th season as head coach of the Pirates.  During his tenure at Pewaukee, the varsity squad has finished either first or second in the conference seven times, and has posted a conference record of 150-100 (.600).  In 2011, Coach Dobberstein achieved milestone win number 200 of his head coaching career at the varsity level.  In 2002 and 2008 Pewaukee won conference championships.  In 2005, the Pirates won just their second regional championship since 1972.  In 2011, the Pirates won another regional champion, defeating Hartland Arrowhead on their home field.  During Dobberstein’s 13 years at the helm, the Pirates have set new school records for wins in a season four different times.  The most recent mark (27) came in 2008.  In 2008, Coach Dobberstein was named the District Coach of the year by the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association.  The district is comprised of schools from the Woodland, Greater Metro, Classic Eight, and North Shore conferences.  In 2014, Coach Dobberstein will again have the privilege of serving as “Co-Head Coach” with his brother, Coach Marc Dobberstein.  Prior to coming to Pewaukee, Coach Dobberstein spent three seasons as the varsity assistant at Brookfield East High School.  He attended high school at nearby Sussex Hamilton, where he was a member of the football and baseball teams.  He had the privilege of playing for legendary Coach Stan Grove as a football player.  The Charger football team won back to back conference championships in Dobberstein’s junior and senior seasons, and made runs deep into the playoffs both years.  As a baseball player, Dobberstein was three times an all-conference selection and was bestowed with Conference Player of the Year accolades as a junior.  The baseball team also won a conference championship during Dobberstein’s junior season.  As a senior, he was the 1st team CNI All-Suburban Catcher.  Dobberstein then earned a baseball scholarship to play at Evangel University (NAIA) in Springfield, MO.  At Evangel, he helped the Crusaders to their first conference championship in school history and was again a member of the All-Conference team three times.  Off the field, Coach Dobberstein is an attorney and business owner.  He is married to wife Stephanie, and they reside in Pewaukee with their four boys: Logan, Carson, Owen, and Griffin.


Marc Dobberstein

Position: Co-Head Varsity Coach

Email: mjdcatch@aol.com

Coach Marc (we call him that to avoid confusion) also enters his 14th season as a coach for the Pirates.  In 2014, he will serve as “Co-Head Coach” for the fifth year, and will be responsible for making most of the game day decisions for the Pirates.  In 2008, he was named the State of Wisconsin “Assistant Coach of the Year” by the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association.  In high school, Dobberstein was a member of the Varsity Baseball team during all four years at Hamilton.   He was twice a member of the Greater Metro Conference All-Conference team, earning 1st team honors as a senior.  He was also the 1st Team CNI All-Suburban Catcher as a senior. Like his brother, he played football in the great Hamilton program.  He was a three-year letter winner for the Chargers, and he started both ways (Offensive Tackle and Defensive End).  His teams qualified for the playoffs in each of his three seasons.  Then, also like his brother, he earned a scholarship to play baseball at Evangel University.  He started for the Crusaders from the get-go, and led them to a school record 30 wins as a freshman.  He was selected to the Heart of America Athletic Conference All-Conference team on two occasions while at Evangel.  Coach Marc is also an attorney and business owner.  He is married to wife Liz and they reside in Menomonee Falls with their three sons: Drew, Brooks, and Cade.


Andy Eyrise

Position: Varsity Assistant Coach

Email: aeyrise@wi.rr.com


Nate George

Position: Varsity Assistant Coach

Email: coachngeorge@yahoo.com

Coach George returned to the Pirate staff in 2011 after a 5 year absence, and it was wonderful to have him back in the fold.  From 2001 to 2005, Coach George served as a varsity assistant for the Pirates and as the program’s pitching coach.  In 2006, Coach George departed and became the pitching coach at NCAA Division 3 Carroll University.  He has also coached football and varsity hockey, presently serving as a varsity assistant hockey coach at Marquette High.  Coach George was a standout prep athlete at Niagara Wheatfield High School in Niagara Falls, NY.  He played football, hockey, and baseball there.  In baseball, Coach George was twice named first team All-Western New York and was also twice named second team all-state.  As a senior, he was named the Western New York Player of the Year.  In 1994, he was selected as the starting pitcher for the Western New York team in the New York State Olympics.  Following high school, Coach George earned a scholarship to play baseball and from 1995-1999 was a college teammate of Coach Adam Dobberstein’s at Evangel University in Springfield, MO.  There, he was a member of the starting rotation all four years, posted 24 career collegiate victories, and was a member of the all-conference team on two occasions.  He also holds the single season record for appearances by a pitcher.  Coach George is a teacher in Milwaukee, is married to wife Kate, and they live in Milwaukee with their son, Hudson and daughter, Harper. 


Brad Warner

Position: Head JV Coach

Email: illinois1140@yahoo.com

Coach Warner enters his sixth season as the as a coach in the program, and his first as the Head JV coach.  He served as the Head Freshman coach in 2013.  He is a Pewaukee alumnus, and is currently attending school at Carroll University.  He was a three year letter-winner in both baseball and football while at Pewaukee.  As a senior, he was a team captain in both sports.  Coach Warner was the starting Quarterback for the football team in 2007, leading the Pirates to a playoff appearance.  In baseball, he pitched and played third base.  He was a second-team all-conference selection his junior year as an infielder.  As a senior, he was a first team all-conference pitcher and helped lead the Pirates to the 2008 Woodland Conference Championship and a school record 27 wins.


Todd Whelan

Position: Head Freshman Coach

Email: WHELTOD@pewaukeeschools.org