Assistant Coach and alumni dad Doug Tomlin is a proud husband for 25 years to Kim and father to three great adult children. As an Assistant Coach, Doug lets Coach Brungard handle the “X” and “O” specifics but is ecstatic to translate his love of supporting the development of young men and sports into this role. Growing up, Assistant Coach Tomlin enjoyed the competition that playing sports like basketball, tennis, soccer, swimming, and football offered. That competition helped him learn the valuable traits of perseverance, stretching oneself, and winning and losing well. However, along with those lessons, sports offered the even more important opportunity to develop relationships and leadership skills. The teams Coach Tomlin participated on were comprised of coaches and teammates from all different walks of life. This variety allowed him to learn valuable lessons on how to adapt, embrace and succeed even when circumstances and situations were unfamiliar to what he was used to. Knowing how these lessons have benefited him in his personal and professional career causes a desire to transfer those to these young men. As important as these two are, being able to share and demonstrate my relationship and faith in Christ is paramount. As an organization, Cap City’s focus on the spiritual growth and well being of its players makes this program unique and he is proud to play a part in achieving its goals.
Jeremy Dill has been married to Shannon for 18 years and together they have three great kids in Ava, Caden, and Conner. Jeremy played baseball in his younger years, transitioned to volleyball in high school, and then played softball as an adult. These three sports helped him to learn the concept of team and the importance of working together.
His first coaching experience was with his oldest son's basketball team which he considers to have had more of an impact on him than the kids. "The best feeling was seeing every kid on the team score at least once in a game and to see the reaction of the last kid to score as well as his teammates made the season a success! From that point, I wanted to help out as much as I could when my boys are involved in any sport."
Jeremy's favorite passage of Scripture is Psalm 91. At Cap City, his enthusiasm for kids as well as for the Lord are both contagious.