Corey Twigg – Co-Host of the D4 Dugout Show

Corey Twigg is a Co-Host of the D4 Dugout Show.

High School

Played for the Montoursville Warriors from 1992-1997. Was a member of 2 district championship teams, a state runner-up, and an undefeated state championship team as a Warrior. The State Championship Team ended the season ranked 3rd in the nation by the USA Today. He then went on to play Division 1 Baseball for the Towson State University Tigers (92-97) as a catcher/DH.


Twigg’s HS coaching career would start just 1 year later as he became the head coach of the Montgomery Red Raiders. He would coach there for 2 seasons (1998-1999), before taking over as the head coach of the Montoursville Warriors for 9 seasons (2000-2007, and 2009). His coaching career at Montoursville was highlighted with a trip to the 2006 State Championship Game in Altoona. They finished as the State Runner-up. He enjoyed 2 District Championships while coaching there, and also collected his 200th win during that time. He also sent numerous players off to each and every division in college baseball, including D1.

After walking away from Montoursville, due to his wife’s battle with breast cancer, Twigg was able to return to the diamond when she entered into remission. He would then coach 1 season with the Lady Spartans Softball team in Hughesville, before returning to Montoursville Baseball in that same season (JV).

From there, Twigg returned to varsity action, and had the honor of coaching with one of D4’s best coaches. He was an assistant under Casey Waller of the Hughesville Spartans. That season ended with a the school’s 1st ever baseball district championship, and a trip to the state playoffs.

His last coaching job would come a year later, as he took over the head coaching job at Williamsport High School for the Millionaires.

Twigg is now doing baseball by being employed part-time by the Baseball Factory, and also dabbling in private baseball instruction. He has traveled all over the country with the Baseball Factory, coaching, teaching, evaluating, rating, observing, recruiting, video-taping and so much more. He has been to

many of Florida’s MLB Spring Training Complexes in each of the last 2 years, and looks forward to the opportunity to go to California, Wrigley Field, Arizona for the prestigious Under Armour HS All-America game, and the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska in 2016.

Twigg is married to Lori Hovatter and has 2 daughters, Lakenna age 14 and Cienna age 9.