Varsity, Head Coach
2019 will be Coach Meyer's 17th season as Marquette's head coach and 29th year coaching baseball. He has prior coaching experience at
Eureka High School, with the St. Louis Amateur Baseball Association (Meramec Valley & the Redbirds), with Nebraska American Legion Baseball (North Platte, Kearney, Lincoln, & Syracuse), and
at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Coach Meyer was selected as the Suburban West Conference Coach of the Year in 2007, 2013, 2014, & 2017. He was also named the 1999 St. Louis Amateur
Baseball Association Coach of the Year. He served as the Class 4 vice president for the Missouri State High School Baseball Coaches Association from 2008-2011 and president elect for 2012-2013. Coach
Meyer also served as the President of the Missouri State High School Baseball Coaches Association from July 2013-July 2015.
John's Marquette teams have won 262 games and lost 165. Coach Meyer has an overall win/loss record of 436-265. He has been in the dugout
to lead seven of the ten winningest teams in school history (2003, 2007, 2009, 2013, 2014, 2015, & 2017). Coach Meyer has also been fortunate to coach dedicated student athletes. Every
varsity team since 2003 has performed well in the classroom. Each team has accumulated a team GPA of 3.25 or better while some teams have been ranked in the state's top 15 for team GPAs (See
the In The Classroom page for further details). John earned his bachelor's degree from Nebraska-Kearney in 1992, a master's degree in education from Lindenwood University in 2003, and a
master's degree in athletic administration from William Woods University in 2013. Coach Meyer has been teaching business courses at Marquette since 2000 where he also serves as the department head.
He and his wife Denise have a daughter, Tanner.
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2019 will be Coach Starling's 16th season coaching baseball at Marquette and 20th season coaching baseball. He has prior coaching experience at Parkway South High
School and with the St. Louis Amateur Baseball Association (Southwest Stars). Coach Starling was named assistant coach of the year in January of 2011 by the Missouri High School Baseball Coaches
Association. Adam earned his bachelor's degree in 2002 and his master's degree in 2003 from Maryville University. He also has earned a master's degree in athletic administration from William Woods
University in 2013. Coach Starling has been teaching social studies courses at Marquette since 2005. He also serves as the varsity assistant softball coach at Marquette and played a pivotal
role in the 2017 state championship season.
Junior Varsity, Head Coach
Freshmen, Head Coach