Coach Mongero is a blue-collar baseball coach, educator, mentor, author, clinician, camp director, national speaker, and Sirius/XM radio host.
In 2017, he was National High School Baseball "Coach of the Year".
He has been Georgia "Coach of the Year" two times and competed in two State Championships. His 2017 high school baseball team won its school’s first state title in over 60 years.
He is the author of Winning Baseball, a nationally acclaimed two book/digital video instructional series. As a high school baseball coach, he is approaching 500 wins.
As a national clinician, he has presented on the American Baseball Coaches Association main stage to 7,000 college/H.S. coaches.
In addition, he has also presented at seven different state baseball conventions to date.
Trent has coached over 100 student/athletes from his HS baseball programs who have furthered their playing careers at the collegiate level and fourteen at the professional level.
In the fall and winter, he travels the USA with Nate Trosky doing Elite Infield Camps. He is a former Division 1 Conference Player of the Year and member of the UNCW All-Decade Team. During his stint at UNCW Trent also led the CAA in stolen bases and was ranked by the NCAA as the 6th “toughest out” in all of college baseball in 1989.
Trent finished his playing career as an infielder in the Braves organization. He has been married to his wife for 25 years, and they have two children, Taber and Maris.
A former pro player and associate scout for the Red Sox & Atlanta Braves, has recorded over 450+ victories in his 18-yr career as high school head coach. Founder of Dirt Bros Baseball.
National HS Coach of the Year.