NEW ALBANY, Ind. – IU Southeast assistant baseball coach Joe Nattermann has accepted a position as an assistant coach at Spalding University.
Nattermann spent six seasons at IU Southeast as an assistant. He was also the recruiting coordinator for two seasons. He helped lead the Grenadiers to five KIAC regular-season conference titles and three conference tournament titles.
"I want to thank Joe for all of his hard work and dedication to the program over the past six years," IU Southeast head coach Ben Reel said. "I wish him well as he transitions to Spalding University."
Prior to arriving at IU Southeast, Nattermann was an assistant coach at Jeffersonville High School, under Al Rabe. He helped coach outfielders and hitters, spending time with the freshman and JV teams for two years a piece, before finishing up with the varsity for the Red Devils. His time there included a 2004 Indiana State Final Four appearance as the only unranked team.
Nattermann has also been an assistant coach for US Athletics 17 and under national travel team that traveled to Memphis, Tenn., Cocoa Beach, Fla., and the Perfect Game Showcase in Atlanta, Ga., among other tournaments. The team consisted of players from Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky showcasing their talents to college coaches from around the country.