Laumann of Oak Hills Notches Career Win Milestone with Number 1000


Press release and photo compliments of the Oak Hills Athletic Department:

With his team’s 4-3 win over Lasalle in the Reds High School Showcase on Thursday, May 9th Oak Hills Baseball Coach Chuck Laumann got his 1000th career win as a Head Coach of baseball, soccer and soccer.


Laumann, a 1981 grad of Oak Hills High School was a member of the Oak Hills 1980 State Baseball Championship team, in addition to the 1980 baseball, he was a member of the 1981 state runner-up soccer team.  He was named all-state in 1980 in baseball and soccer and was honored as the Cincinnati soccer player of the year as well. Laumann started his college baseball career at the University of Cincinnati and finished at Ball State where he was a 2-time Academic All-MAC and a 2-time Regional Academic All-American.


Laumann taught Math and Fitness Ed for 32 years, four at Woodward High School and the last 28 at Oak Hills High School.  During that time, he has been an accomplished basketball, baseball, and soccer coach. He was named the Conference Coach of the Year for soccer in 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2012, and 2015.  In addition, in 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, he was also named the Coach of the Year for baseball. Coach Laumann has amassed a host of other awards, including the Ohio Baseball Coaches Integrity Award and the Oak Hills Hall of Honor.


Coach Laumann has been an institution at Oak Hills High School.  1000 career wins is extremely impressive, but it pales in comparison to the number of lives that he has impacted.  Oak Hills is fortunate to have someone of his magnitude making a daily impact on our students.