Coach Steiner has been a coach with the Bismarck Parks and Recreation summer
baseball program for over 22
years, starting in 1988. During his years with Parks and Recreation,
been involved with Babe Ruth Baseball since 1989 and served as the coordinator
for the 13-15 year-old Babe Ruth Program in 2001. Steiner was an assistant coach
on Mike Skytlandís teams that won state championships at the Bambino (1993);
13-year-old (1993); and 14-year-old (1999) levels. Their 1995 Bambino and 2000
15-year-old teams both won the Midwest Plains Regional Championship and placed
fifth at the Babe Ruth World Series. In 2003, Coach Steinerís 13-year-old Babe Ruth
team won the state championship and competed in the Midwest Plains Regional.
Off the field:
Coach Steiner just completed his third year as a Medical
Related Careers Instructor at the Bismarck Public Schools Career
Academy. Previously, Steiner was an Assistant Professor and the Athletic Training Program Director at
"America's Leadership University", the
University of Mary from 2000-10. He has over 21 years of athletic training
experience including work with the Sioux Falls Stampede of the United
States Hockey League, the Frappier Acceleration Programs in Bismarck
and Minot; and Sanford Sports Medicine in Bismarck providing athletic training services to area high schools.
In addition to his teaching and athletic training responsibilities, you
may see Steiner working on the "Chain Gang" at Bismarck Public Schools
and University of Mary home football games.
Steiner also volunteers his time to help with the Open Your Heart
Campaign sponsored by the Legionnaires of Lloyd Spetz Post No. 1 of the American