January 23, 2011
Lachemann leaves Del Oro to take college baseball job

By Bill Paterson
bpaterson@sacbee.com

Bret Lachemann has stepped down as Del Oro baseball coach to become the pitching coaching at Cal Poly Pomona, his alma mater.

At Del Oro, Lacehmann led the Golden Eagles to a 57-55-1 record over four seasons. His 2008 team lost 3-2 to Ponderosa in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II championship game. Last year's team finished 12-12-1.

Lachemann, taught physical education and health at Del Oro, was star pitcher at Pomona before going on to play professionally in the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim system.

He's the son of former Angels manager Marcel Lachemann and the nephew of ex-major league player and manager Rene Lachemann.



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