Coach Ryan Raslowsky is an Orange County native who attended Mission Viejo High School. In his final year at Mission Viejo, the Diablos won a CIF Championship in 2011. After attending Mission Viejo High School, Ryan furthered his playing career at California State University Northridge. At Northridge, Ryan was a four-year starter for the Matadors at second base and team captain. In 2013 and 2015, Ryan played for the Palm Springs Power of the Southern California Collegiate League. In both seasons, the Power won the league championship, and Ryan was voted to the Southern California Collegiate League All-Star game as a starter. In the summer of 2014, Ryan was sent to the Coastal Plains League where he played for the Edenton Steamers. During the 2014 season, Ryan was named to the Coastal Plains League Select Team and the starting second baseman in the Coastal Plains League All-Star game. He was awarded the Gieseke Gold Award; this award is given to the player who contributes most on and off the field.