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Meet Revo Coaches

Baseball Stadium

Jeremy Tyson


Jeremy Tyson is a proud native of San Antonio Texas.   He attended MacArthur High School where he was a 4 year Letterman in both baseball and basketball and was named  three times to the  San Antonio All City teams.


After graduating from MacArthur in 1992, Jeremy signed a national letter of intent to play Division I baseball at the University of Houston. He finished his freshman campaign appearing in a staggering 33 games with a 4-4 record with 3 saves and an outstanding 3.09 era.  Jeremy’s work earned him the runner-up spot for Newcomer of the Year in the Southwest Conference.

After his freshman season he transferred  to the 1993 National Champion, Louisiana State University Tigers. For the next four years Jeremy would pitch for the most successful collegiate baseball  program of the decade of the 1990’s sporting three trips to Omaha and back to back National Championships  in 1996 and 1997.  Jeremy would leave LSU with a 12-4 win/lost record and an understanding of what it takes to be successful in the game of baseball. That process has produced an extraordinary amount of knowledge of the game beyond the comprehension of even the most dedicated baseball enthusiast.  After graduation at LSU, his professional opportunities became sidelined due to serious shoulder injuries requiring extensive surgeries which would ultimately end his accomplished career.

Jeremy then set out on his coaching journey which included stints at Alamo Heights High School as pitching coach, pitching coach at UTSA, pitching coach and recruiting coordinator at Southeast Missouri State University, and pitching coach and recruiting coordinator at Stetson University.  In his six short years in D1 baseball Jeremy coached nine pitchers to 10+ game winners including Todd Pennington who led the country in ERA in 2002 edging out USC’s All American and future MLB player and coach Mark Pryor.

With the birth of his first child, Jeremy moved back to San Antonio in 2004 to begin the next chapter in his coaching career.
Over the past 16 years , from the current owner of Revo Sports to the previous owner of Hard Ball U,  Jeremy has worked tirelessly helping hundreds of young men pursue their personal goals by teaching, perfecting, and then polishing their skills until they were ready to warrant college or professional attention. Jeremy has scattered deserving student athletes throughout the entire landscape of collegiate baseball for years and shows no signs of slowing down. Jeremy admits he has been blessed to have been molded by amazing mentors,  most notably Hall of Famer Skip Bertman. Throughout his elite career he has eagerly shares those same lessons and experiences with his students , regardless of if it’s a life lesson or baseball related.
The baseball community is enriched by his years of consistent dedication to all of “his boys” whom he helped raise from anxious children into successful young men, who share his passion for the game of baseball, and diligently work hard, each and every day, to live their lives as they a CHAMPION!!


Softball Equipment

Harmony Schwethelm

Harmony Schwethelm has worked at the facility for over 6yrs training softball players on both the offensive (Hitting, Slapping & Bunting) and defensive (Infield & Outfield) sides of the game. She believes in an individual, holistic approach to training and puts a lot of emphasis on the mental and emotional aspects of sports as well as the brain-body connection.


Coach Harmony is also an NASM Certified Personal Trainer and works with athletes in speed, agility & quickness, Strength & Conditioning and Power/Explosion Training.


She is an experienced and energetic coach that is passionate about the development of her clients as both athletes and people.



Playing Career

Harmony went to Smithson Valley High School where she ran track and played Basketball & Softball. She lead the Rangers to their first softball State Championship in 2001 while receiving All-district and All-State accolades along with setting UIL State records in Base Hits per game, stolen bases per game and stolen bases in the tournament.


She earned a scholarship to play at Baylor University where she set multiple school records and was an NFCA All-American and a National Strength & Conditioning Association Athlete of the Year. She finished Baylor with 2 degrees: 

BS in Education - Health Science Studies: Pre-PT & a Minor in Corporate Communication

MS in Education - Sports Management


In 2006 Schwethelm was drafted to the National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) Philadelphia Force as well as the Pro Fastpitch Extreme (PFX) Tour. She played with the PFX Tour for 4yrs before starting a career in Corporate Partnerships & Sponsorships with Spurs Sports & Entertainment. In 2017 she signed an NPF contract with the Texas Charge but officially retired before the season began.

Baseball and glove

Joe Orloski

Joe Orloski grew up in the city of Las Vegas. Always active in sports growing up Joe was a standout in Basketball and Football as well Baseball.  It was his freshman year however where he new he had something very special in the game of baseball. His High School, Green Valley was a nationally recognized school in the sport of baseball.  In fact, Baseball America would vote them to the top five programs in the country throughout the 90s. The fall of his Jurnior year he signed a letter of intent to to Pitch for National Powerhouse Arizona State university. The summer of 1998 he was selected in the 6th round  (171 pick) by the Toronto Bluejays in the mlb amateur draft. He played 5 season with the bluejays and was on the 40 man roster.  He then continued his career with the NY Mets being claim on waivers. The following year he was Rule 5 to the New York Yankees. Joe finally ended his career with the at the time Florida Marlins. After his Pro stent  it was only natural for him to continue his path in the baseball world. Over the past 14 years Joe has helped countless athletes to become better players as well as better human beings. His passion to help raise kids both on and off the field is real. If you were to ask any of the patents from his high school age teams why they are so loyal to Joe’s teams they would tell you, because he is the maker of men, and a great resource in helping raise their sons to have grit, determination, passion and a winners mindset.  His track record for placing his student athletes into college baseball opportunities is unmatched. He is well respected throughout the college baseball world with contacts from coast to coast.  Joe also has a fantastic reputation as being a baseball purist and “in it” for the right reason. To play for Joe would be a honor for any aspiring superstar. 

He resides in canyon Lake with his Wife Kelly 2 step children and one son Larson, Lauren, and Lake. 

Glove and Ball

Britney Turnner

Brittany has been at the facility since 2017 working primarily with pitchers of all ages and development levels. She believes in  a collaborative, process oriented method of instruction with an all encompassing focus on the physical, mental and emotional aspects of the pitching form adapted to each player’s learning style. 


        Brittany is passionate about empowering her athletes and helping to instill confidence, persistence, strong work ethic and other valuable life traits  both as pitchers and people. 


Playing career

Brittany began pitching at the age of 7. She went to Brewer High School in Fort Worth, Texas where she played volleyball and basketball in addition to softball. She lead the team to its first ever District championship as well as multiple Regional semi-final appearances. She received multiple All-District, All-Area and All-State honors.  She still hold Brewer’s records for season strike outs as well as career strike outs. She also set a national record for combined strike outs in a game. In addition, she was selected from an elite group of athletes to play against the 2004 Olympic team when she was 16. 


Brittany earned a scholarship to Baylor University where she was part of the only team in program history to win the Big 12 Conference Championship. They were also the first in program history to attend the NCAA Women’s College World Series. While at Baylor she earned both her Bachelor’s in Business Administration as well as a Master’s in Sport Management. 



Brittany began coaching young athletes in 2005. She was a lead instructor at Baylor’s Summer and Elite camps from 2005-2013 as well as 2018 and continues to return to her alma matter for camps and clinics whenever she can. Brittany continued working with individuals, groups, camps and clinics during her free time while she was in the corporate world from 2011-2017. She coached athletes all over the state of Texas and on the east coast while living in Boston, MA. In 2017 she returned to Texas to fully devote her time to coaching! 

Baseball in Field

Dalton Paris

Dalton Paris has a passion for the game of baseball that started at the age of 4. He believes in coaching his players in a fun, meaningful way that not only maximizes the athletes development as a player but as a person as well. He works with a range of age and skill levels from pitching and defense to hitting.


He attended Trinity Christian Academy where he played varsity baseball and basketball. In 2013 he received TAPPS 1st Team All-District and Academic All-State honors in baseball. He then continues his playing and academic career at Schreiner University earning a BS in Exercise Science with a minor in Sports Management. While at Schreiner, Dalton served as a member of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference student athlete advisory committee as well as the University’s representative for the Exercise Science program for prospective students. After graduating from Schreiner Dalton went on to Texas State University to earn a masters degree in Exercise Science with a focus on coaching and athlete development. During this time he served as the Texas State University baseball graduate assistant manager during the 2018 season.


Since then he has been part of the coaching staff for Lights Out Baseball Academy and Revo Sports while also serving as the assistant varsity baseball coach at TMI Episcopal. He is a positive, upbeat coach who uses his knowledge of the game and exercise science to help players take their game to the next level.

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