Brett Lindsey was named Head Coach of the Hoppers last fall from a pool of 26 applicants. The 27-year-old skipper joined the Indiana University-Southeast coaching staff prior to the 2021 season and helped guide #18-ranked UI-SE to a stellar 45-14 record and the River State Conference championship. Lindsey previously coached at Broward College in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. At Broward College, Lindsey was responsible for Hitting, Infield, and Recruiting. Unfortunately, the season was cut short due to Covid-19. Prior to the season being cancelled, Broward College finished the season in first place in their conference.
Before Broward, Lindsey coached in the Northwoods League with the Bismarck Larks in the summer of 2018 and 2019. As the Associate Head Coach, he again was in charge of Hitting and Infield. In 2018, the offense helped lead the Larks to their first ever playoff appearance. Lindsey also got the honor of being the Hitting Coach in the 2018 Northwoods All-Star game. In 2019, the Larks offense lead the prestigious 22 team league in Runs, RBI, and Stolen Bases. Additionally, the offense ranked second in Walks and On Base Percentage. In the two summers, Lindsey assisted in the development of nine Northwoods All-Stars and three infielders to the Northwoods Gold Glove Award.
In 2019, Lindsey was a Graduate Assistant at the University of South Alabama where he was getting a Masters degree in Sports Management. The year prior, Lindsey was a Graduate Assistant at Alabama A&M University where he received his Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.