Troy, is currently in his second year at Paradise Valley Community College where he works with the catchers and hitters.  2009, marked the inaugural season for Paradise Valley in which they won the regular season championship and came with in two wins of making it to the Junior College World Series, reaching a top ten finish in the national ranking.  Prior to Paradise Valley, Troy, spent five seasons with the Arcadia High School Titans. He began as an Assistant Coach at Arcadia (2004-2006) and was co-Head Coach for the 2007-2008 season. Troy was honored as the East Sky Region Co-Coach of the Year in 2008 when the Titans, for the first time in school history, won the Regional Championship.
 Troy has also been the Head Coach of the Los Angeles Angels Arizona Scout team which went 23-7 in 2008. The team played in the 2007 Connie Mack Regional Tournament where they placed third. Troy has also coached professionally for the Surprise Fighting Falcons (2005) of the Independent Golden Baseball League; St. Johns & Paul High School in Ohio (2002-2003) and for his alma mater, Northwest Missouri State University, (1999-2002).
 Troy played two years at Pratt Community College in Kansas before transferring to Northwest Missouri State University where he played another two years. Troy earned his bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and his master’s degree in Athletic Administration from NMSU. Troy currently teaches PE at Tavan Elementary School in Phoenix. Troy and his wife, Terra, reside in Phoenix. “I will do my absolute best to put a winning team on the field, however, I can guarantee that my team will play hard and compete every single day!”