Dillon Napoleon
Northwestern University
Dillon Napoleon
Assistant Volunteer Coach
Division 1

In addition to Napoleons coaching duties, he will serve as the programs video & camp coordinator.   Napoleon spent a brief stint at Concordia-Chicago coaching pitchers, and five seasons in Mount Berry, Georgia, at Berry College. There he served as the programs pitching coach, strength and conditioning coach, and video coordinator.   Prior to joining Berry College, Napoleon was a standout pitcher at the University of Alabama-Birmingham. In 2011, he earned second team All-Conference USA honors and became the first player in UAB history to be named Conference USAs Newcomer of the Year. As a senior at UAB, Napoleon put together a 5-4 mark on the mound and earned victories over three nationally ranked teams, including No. 5 Rice, No. 14 Central Florida and No. 16 Clemson.   Napoleon transferred to the Blazers after an All-American career at Heartland Community College in Normal, Illinois. In addition to earning NJCAA All-America honors at Heartland, he was named the Midwest Athletic Conference's Pitcher of the Year as a sophomore.   Napoleon earned his master's degree in Sports Leadership from Concordia Chicago in 2018, earned bachelors degree in Communication Management from the University of Alabama-Birmingham in 2012 and an associates degree from Heartland Community College in 2010.