Cameron Jergens will enter his third year at Daytona State College as an assitant coach. Prior to Daytona State College, Jergens spent two years on the coaching staff at Coker College, a NCAA Division II program in South Carolina. During his time as an assistant with the Cobras, Jergens helped lead the team to back-to-back appearances in the South Atlantic Conference tournament, a first for the program.
A native of Centreville, Mich., Jergens pitched for the Falcons from 2009 to 2012 before transferring to North Carolina A&T where he earned his bachelor's degree in liberal studies. Following graduation, he returned to DSC as an volunteer assistant under current head coach Tim Touma for a year before heading off to Coker, where he earned his master's degree in athletic administration while coaching.
In the summer of 2017, Jergens was an assistant coach for the Wilmar Stingers in the Northwoods League.
Jergens also spent two summers as head coach of the St. Charles Captains in the Lewis & Clark collegiate baseball league in St. Louis, Mo. In his two seasons with the Captains, Jergens produced 10 Lewis & Clark All-Star selections and one league MVP. In his second season at the Captains' helm, Jergens' squad became the first wild card team to win the Lewis & Clark League Championship.