Brett JodieAssistant Coach
Alma Mater: South Carolina, '06
Office Phone: 321-5101
Brett Jodie is in his second season as assistant coach for the Wolves in 2012.
Jodie is also director of player personnel and pitching coach for the Somerset Patriots of the Atlantic League. He is a 2006 graduate of the University of South Carolina.
Jodie was a first team all-Southeastern Conference pitcher for the USC Gamecocks in 1997 and played three seasons in Columbia. He had an 8-4 record and 4.44 ERA in 107.1 innings pitched in 1997.
In 1998, Jodie was drafted in the sixth round by the New York Yankees. Jodie had a minor league career 59-33 record with a 3.43 ERA and 532 strikeouts in 748 innings pitched in 136 games. In eight appearances in the majors in 2001, Jodie pitched 25.1 innings.
Jodie is originally from Lexington, where he played high school baseball for current Newberry assistant Tommy Williams from 1992-95. He was also a 1994 Shrine Bowl quarterback. He was the winning pitcher for the 1994 Upper State and State Championship games and was the 1995 AAAA Player of the Year. He had a 24-1 career pitching record in high school.
Brett and his wife Stacey have two daughters - Alexis and Faith.