Correy Harrell is originally from Knoxville, Iowa. He played baseball at Graceland University, where he still holds the record for career home runs. He graduated from Graceland with his BA, majoring in Business Administration and Sport Management. Harrell most recently served as a Student Assistant Coach at Graceland, where he worked with outfielders and was the assistant hitting coach.
Logan Williamson is from Great Lakes, Illinois. He was drafted out of high school by the Chicago White Sox in 2003, and again in 2004 while attending Pensacola Jr. College. After several years pitching in the minor leagues, Williamson moved to coaching. He served as Pitching coach for the San Angelo Colts (United League 2012) under MLB manager Doc Edwards. He coached four seasons of high school baseball, winning the 2013 National Chamionship under National Coach of the Year Richard Labounty (Pensacola Catholic High School. More recently, Williamson spent two seasons as pitching coach at Pensacola State College (NCJAA Panhandle Conference).
Will Loza joins the Nevada Griffons as 2019 Head Coach. He comes to Nevada from Graceland University in Lamoni, IA, where he has been for the past three years, serving as Assistant Coach for the past two years. Prior to coming to Graceland, Loza spent six years at Upper Iowa University in Fayette, IA, first as a player and then as a coach.
In his time at Graceland he has overseen the development of the hitters, catchers, and outfielders. He has also spent time at Graceland as the Head Coach of the Yellowjackets Developmental Team (JV).While working as an assistant coach at Upper Iowa, Loza wore various hats. He spent time as the catcher' coach, outfield coach, infield coach, assistant hitting coach, and first base coach. His duties included, but were not limited to, baseball operations, assisting with field maintenance, facilitating advanced scouting, recruiting, assisting player placement for summer baseball, and assisting with the development of the strength and conditioning program.
In the summer of 2018 Loza was the hitting coach of the Thunder Bay Border Cats (Northwoods League). The summer of 2017 Loza served in the West Coast league for the Gresham GreyWolves.
For the summer of 2016, Loza worked as an assistant coach with the Kitsap Blue Jackets, who are part of the West Coast League. He primarily worked with hitting development, but also assisted in day-to-day baseball operations as well as advanced scouting of teams and defensive alignment. Prior to working with the Kitsap Blue Jackets, Will served as the head coach for the Nisqually Silvers in summer 2015 – a member of the Puget Sound Collegiate League. He worked as the field manager, as the team won the summer league championship. The team also went undefeated in post season play, finishing with second best regular season record.
Loza is originally from Montebello, CA. In 2013, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology. Currently, he is pursuing a Master’s in Business Administration from Upper Iowa University.