Head Coach: Ryan Rogers
Coach Ryan Rogers begins his 17th year of coaching and his 2nd as the Head Coach for the Cavaliers. Rogers was previously the Varsity Assistant for the previous five seasons where he has helped the Cavaliers win the district championship every year, and reach the State Tournament in 2019 for the first time in 6A.
He began his career in his hometown of Wichita Falls, TX as the Varsity Assistant for the Wichita Falls Coyotes. After a six year stint with the Coyotes, he took over as the head coach at Bowie High School in Bowie, TX for four years. Under his leadership, the Jackrabbits made the playoffs three out of four years, culminating in a trip to the Regional Semi-Finals in 2016. During his time at Bowie, his team won 81 games over four years winning 65% of their games.
Coach Rogers has been married to his wife Stacie for 16 years. She is a second grade teacher in LTISD as well. They have two kids, Adelyn (12), and Rhett (9).
Coach Rogers can be reached at email@example.com
Assistant Varsity Coach: Dayne Mitchell
Coach Dayne Mitchell enters his 21st year coaching baseball overall, 9th in the high school
ranks, and 2nd at Lake Travis. Dayne coached two years at Bryan HS and then moved to The Woodlands HS for the past 5 years where he was responsible for the pitchers and infielders. He played Varsity Baseball and Basketball at Westwood HS in Austin where he graduated from in 2003. He hit leadoff for the Warriors while getting the Honorable Mention Award his senior year. In basketball, he led Central Texas in free-throw shooting percentage at 88.7% and was named to the Second Team All-District. He is married to his wife of 9 years, Kandace Mitchell, who teaches Aquatic Science at the high school. We have a two year old son Augie and two dogs Skye and Poki.
Junior Varsity Coach: Brian Milam
Coach Brian Milam begins his 2nd year as Lake Travis Cavaliers JV head coach with 24 years of experience. Coach Milam comes from a family of educators and gives them credit for his rewarding career choice. He is a graduate from the University of Texas-Pan American where he lettered in baseball and earned degrees in Kinesiology and English.
“I am very proud to be a member of the Lake Travis ISD family and will dedicate myself to ensure that
our kids are the priority for the future!”
Favorite Quote – “Don’t be afraid to be great!”
Hobbies – Hunting, Archery, Fishing, Ranching
Family – Wife Kelli
Kids- Haley, Jake, Halle, Cody and Kiptyn
Coach Milam can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Freshman Coach: Dom Morace
Coach Dominic Morace enters his 2nd year of coaching at Lake Travis High School, 1st as the Freshman coach. Last year he served a volunteer assistant coach, assisting all 3 levels. He has also been coaching in high school ranks for various select organizations since 2020.
He played 4 years of collegiate baseball at St. Edward’s University as an outfielder. Graduating with honors in 2020, he earned a Bachelors degree in Special Education. Before coming to Austin, he was born and raised in Southern California. He lettered in all 4 years of baseball at Murrieta Valley High School, as well as 3 years of football. He is currently a Special Education Teacher at Lake Pointe Elementary in Lake Travis ISD. Dominic is engaged to his Fiancé Carina.
Coach Morace can be reached at email@example.com
Lake Travis Baseball Program
Lake Travis High School baseball aims to welcome young men into the program and work one on one with them during their high school years in an effort to help them grow and achieve their highest potential. Athletics is another facet of a student’s educational achievement at Lake Travis. The program teaches our young men accountability, how to be good leaders, good teammates, how to push themselves and work well in group settings. Our athletes learn and practice self-discipline, how to compete at the highest levels, how to be good winners and how to overcome adversity. LT Baseball promotes family values and provides its athletes with many opportunities to acknowledge and appreciate parents, grandparents, and siblings. This athletic program is not only about what happens on the diamond. LT Baseball uses every day, every practice, every game, and every competition to grow young boys into strong men who will become outstanding citizens and future leaders.