Brian Rauh was born and raised in Southern California and graduated from Laguna Hills High School in 2009. He then went to Chapman University where he played baseball as a starting right-handed pitcher and pursued a degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Entrepreneurship and a minor in Leadership.
Brian played three years a Chapman where he had a 30-1 record, 5 saves, and a career 1.78 ERA. Brian was voted Team Captain his junior year where he lead his team to a second place finish in the 2011 NCAA DIII College World Series.
- 1st Team All American all 3 years (2010-2012)
- 2010 National Pitcher of the Year
- 1st Team All West Region all 3 years (2010-12)
- NCBWA West Region Pitcher of the Year all 3 years (2010-2012)
- 1st Team All Independent Team all 3 years (2010-2012)
- All-Independent Pitcher of the Year all 3 years (2010-2012)
- West Region Championships All-Tournament Team
- Capital One Academic All-District 2011
- Capital One Academic All-American 2012
- single season (7) and career (13) record holder at Chapman for complete games
- career record holder for strikeouts at Chapman with 355 in only 3 years
Brian was drafted his junior year in the 11th round by the Washington Nationals Organization, where he played from 2012-2017. Brian made it up to AA and pitched in big league spring training in multiple years, and was named Carolina League pitcher of the week prior to injuries that forced him to retire in 2017.
During the off seasons of his professional career, Brian coached at Capistrano Valley Christian High School and gave private pitching lessons to children ages six to twenty one. He continues to give lessons and feels blessed to be able to share his knowledge and passion with the next generation of athletes.
If you’re looking for a sports trainer call Brian Rauh at 949-446-9060