|Title:||Assistant Football Coach|
Assistant Coach Brent Baier is in his third season with the Leopard football program, serving as quarterbacks coach and recruiting coordinator.
Last season, Baier helped guide senior quarterback Thomas Arguello to numerous statistical marks in the Leopard all-time season and career lists for quarterbacks. Arguello continued his playing career with the Nice Dauphins in France, where he led his team to a playoff appearance.
Baier previously served on the University of Idaho staff as the Offensive Administrative Assistant working with the Vandal tight ends. During his stay, the Vandals were the 2009 Humanitarian Bowl Champions. One of Baier's pupils, tight end Daniel Hardy, was a Mackey Award Finalists as on the nation's top tight ends.
No stranger to the SCIAC, Baier previously served as an assistant at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps where he was quarterbacks coach and recruiting/offensive coordinator. He also was a quarterback at Cal Lutheran during his playing days.
As a prep, Baier was a starting quarterback at Chino High School. As a signal-caller, the Cowboys won consecutive Baseline League titles in 1997 and 1998. Additionally, his Cowboy squads were CIF Division 4 Champs (1997) and CIF Division 2 Runners-up (1998).
Baier currently lives in Pomona with his wife Kasi and are expecting their first child.