Rockwell comes to Ouachita after spending the 2017 season as the head coach of Arkansas Baptist College. During his playing days at UALR, Rockwell was a First-Team All-Sun Belt selection his senior year and a Second-Team selection after his junior season. Prior to UALR, Rockwell played two seasons at Arkansas Baptist College. Rockwell was an All-Region selection in back-to-back season's and a Gold Glove winner in 2012. Rockwell left Arkansas Baptist as the All-Time leader in hits, doubles, homeruns and runs scored.
Bradley begins his first season with Ouachita joining Head Coach Luke Howard's staff. He spent a total of three years at Lenoir-Rhyne as a graduate assistant. After receiving his Masters Degree, Charles started a recruiting company which he owned for two years. He has spent the past five summers coaching the Gastonia Grizzlies, a collegiate summer league team. Besides the Grizzlies, Bradley coaches the Loveland Blue Jays and Fort Collins Foxes which are both collegiate summer league teams.
From 2007-2011 he was a shortstop for Harding University. In 2011, the Bisons’ won the Gulf South Conference West Division, setting the school record for wins in a season (42) and earning the first NCAA Regional appearance in school history. Left Harding as the program’s all-time leader in sacrifice hits, while finishing second in career double-plays turned and fourth in assists.