Dave Reinemann, a Wisconsin Lutheran College alumnus and former assistant baseball coach, is in his seventh season as head baseball coach at WLC. Reinemann was named the fifth head coach in program history on June 9, 2008.
Under Reinemann's direction in 2014, the Warriors finished 20-19 overall, marking back-to-back 20-win seasons for the first time in program history. WLC finished 8-12 in conference play, just two games shy of reaching the conference tournament for the second straight season. Reinemann mentored Garrick Day to All-NACC First Team, D3baseball.com All-Midwest Region First Team, and ABCA/Rawlings All-Midwest Region Third Team honors.
The all-time winningest coach in program history, Reinemann guided WLC to its most conference wins in program history in 2013, when it finished 20-17 overall and 11-11 in the NACC to reach the conference tournament for the first time in the seven-year history of the league. As the sixth and final seed in the tournament field, WLC made a magical run to the NACC Tournament championship game before falling to top-seeded Concordia Chicago. Reinemann has coached 12 players to all-conference recognition, including five First Team selections, through his first six seasons as head coach.
Reinemann returned to his alma mater after spending five years (2003-2008) teaching English and serving as head varsity baseball and girls' basketball coach at Northland Lutheran High School in Wausau.
He has also spent time in the scouting and baseball operations departments with the Milwaukee Brewers, and since 2004, has established and conducted Christian outreach baseball camps in the Dominican Republic.
Reinemann graduated from WLC in 1993 with a bachelor's degree in English. A four-year starting infielder on the WLC baseball team, he served as team captain, was named NAIA All-District, All-Lake Michigan Conference, and was the recipient of the WLC Scholar-Athlete Award his senior season.
After graduation, Reinemann returned to WLC in 1994 to serve as an assistant baseball coach, responsible for hitting, defense, and recruiting for one season. Reinemann went on to receive a bachelor of science degree in education from Martin Luther College in 1997.
He attended Howards Grove High School, where he served as team captain of the baseball, basketball, and football teams and was an All-Central Lakeshore Conference performer in baseball and football his senior year (1989).
Reinemann, who also serves as Assistant Director of Athletics, was born February 10, 1971, in Plymouth. Today he lives in St. Francis.