Owner / Managing Director
The Eau Claire native has been involved with baseball in Eau Claire for most of his life, having played on high school and amateur state baseball championship teams in Eau Claire.
The four-year letter winner at UW-Eau Claire was captain during his junior and senior seasons. While attending college, he managed the American Legion team and directed the city’s youth baseball programs.
Over the years, Bill has served in numerous management roles with local baseball and fast pitch softball programs. The father of two adult sons (Brett and Ron), he and his wife Sue reside in neighboring Elk Mound.
Owner / Director of Operations / Field Manager
Dale has been the Field Manager for the Express since the inaugural 2005 season. The 2010 Northwoods League Manager of the Year has led the Express to the playoffs four times, winning Eau Claire’s first NWL Championship in 2010. The Express also reached the Championship Series in 2007 and 2016 and the Divisional Series in 2009. The 2016 season was his 11th as the team’s Director of Operations.
A native of Marshfied, Wis., Dale is no stranger to Eau Claire baseball, having played a number of years for the Eau Claire Cavaliers. He also served as an assistant coach at his alma mater, UW-Eau Claire. After a short coaching stint at UW-River Falls, Dale served as the head coach and Director of Facilities at Viterbo University in La Crosse, Wis. from 1999-2001.
Dale and his wife Jennifer live in Eau Claire with their three children: Jake, Averie and Christian.
Owner / Chief Financial Officer
Andy finishes his 13th season as a part of the Express organization, with 11 of those being full-time. Prior to becoming Chief Financial Officer, he spent six years as General Manager and one year as Assistant Director of Operations.
Before being hired full-time, he served as the Stadium Operations intern during the 2007 and 2008 seasons. In that role, Andy’s duties included the hiring and scheduling of part-time staff, directing all events at Carson Park, concessions and inventory control among other things.
Since moving to Eau Claire, Andy has become heavily involved in the Eau Claire Area Chamber of Commerce, having served on the Young Professionals Committee (2011-2017) with one year as Committee Chair (2015-2016), on the Youth Leadership Eau Claire committee (2016-present), and on the Board of Directors (2015-2016 and 2017-2020). He is also the President of the Chippewa Valley After Hours Rotary Club based in Lake Hallie. The Waconia, Minn. native graduated from UW-Eau Claire in May of 2008 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management.
Jacob joined the Express for the 2018 season as Director of Food & Beverage and was promoted to General Manager in September of 2018. Prior to joining the Express, he had previous experience with the La Crosse Loggers, Lakeshore Chinooks and most recently the Green Bay Bullfrogs, all of the Northwoods League.
During his time with the Loggers, Jacob was an on field marketing intern. During a spring internship with the Chinooks, Jacob was involved with sales and attended different events in the community. During his time with the Bullfrogs he was the Food and Beverage Manager and oversaw many different areas in the day-to-day operations at the Ballpark.
Originally from La Crosse, Wis., Jacob graduated in May 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sports Management and Leadership from Lakeland University in Sheboygan, Wis.
Pete wrapped up a fourth year in the broadcast booth in 2016 and will broadcast all 72 Express games on Classic Rock 92.1 FM. After the conclusion of the 2016 season, Pete was honored as the Co-Broadcaster of the Year in the Northwoods League.
Pete filled a similar role in his first year with the Express in 2014 before spending 2015 full-time as the Director of Broadcasting & Media Relations. In his full-time role, Pete sold sponsorships, group outings and ticket packages along with overseeing the Express website, press releases and video production.
Pete currently works at iHeartMedia as the Sports Director and lives in Altoona with his wife Kris and son Connor.
Public Address Announcer
Paul returned to the Express in 2016 as PA Announcer after a two-year hiatus. He previously held the position from 2006-2013. During his previous stint with the Express Paul had a role in ticket sales (2011) and public relations (2012).
Paul previously spent 12 1/2 years as a Social Studies teacher at Hudson High School and has served as the “Voice of the Titans” at Tartan High School in Oakdale, Minn. where he did PA work for football, basketball, baseball and track and field. He has also spent time as an adjunct instructor at Chippewa Valley Technical College. Paul currently resides in Hudson Wis.