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Duane Treybig

The founder of College Sports Exposure

Duane Treybig was raised in El Campo, Texas. He played youth baseball in the El Campo Little League Association. At El Campo High School, he played basketball in 8th, 9th and 10th grades. Duane ran track in the 10th, 11th and 12th grades. He lettered two years in track. He ran the 880 yds. dash, mile run, 2-mile run and two-mile relay. During the summer he pitched and played outfield for the local Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) fastpitch softball team. Duane Also coached an 18U CYO girls fastpitch team.

Duane attended the University of Texas at Austin in 1970. After graduating from UT with a B.S. degree in Chemistry, he was hired by the Dow Chemical Company in Freeport Texas. While working at Dow he worked towards a Masters of Science degree through Texas A&M and received his degree in 1980.

Duane and Brenda have two children. Larissa was born in 1981 and Brent was born in 1983. Duane soon found himself coaching youth soccer, softball, and baseball.


In 1992, Duane coached the Lake Jackson U10 Express Softball Tournament team that won 2nd at ASA U10 State in Nacogdoches and competed at N.I.T in Dallas (3-2). In 1993, he coached the Lake Jackson U12 Illusions Softball Tournament team that won 5th at ASA U12 State in Lake Jackson and competed in the Regionals in Dallas.

In 1994, he coached the Lake Jackson Diamonds in the Lake Jackson League (spring) Season. They finished with a perfect 14-0 record. The Diamonds also placed first in the Lake Jackson, Pasadena, Clute and Alvin Tournaments. Duane was an assistant coach during the summer with the Lake Jackson Quest. The Lake Jackson Quest Tournament Team won 1st at ASA U12 District in Alvin and State in Lake Jackson. The Quest finished 2-2 at the ASA National Tournament at Greenwood, Indiana. Duane became a certified ASA Softball Coaching Instructor in 1995. In 1996, he was an assistant coach with the Coastal Babes out of Angleton, Texas. In 1997 and 1998, he was an assistant coach for the Texas Thunderbolts and in 1999 he was an assistant coach with the Katy Styxs. In 2000, he was an assistant coach with the Cy-Fair Intruders U18 Gold. He is a member of the National Coaches Softball Association (NCSA).


Duane trained teams boys and girls soccer teams in the Lake Jackson Soccer club from 1988 to 1997. He trained the 16U EDDOA Brazosport Advantage (Div. 1 Girls team) in 1995 to 1997 and the I.A.L. 14U Brazos United (Super Blue Boys team) between 1996 and 1997. Brazos United was Eastern District Semi-Finalist in 1996.

Duane has been a soccer referee since 1990. He is a National USYSA "C" licensed soccer coach and a certified STYSA Coaching Instructor. He was also an ODP Coach and a 3-year member of the STYSA Coaching staff. He was tournament director of the first-ever City of Enchantment Soccer Tournament in Lake Jackson and served as tournament director for two additional years. Duane also served as the Treasurer of the Brazoria Youth Soccer Association (BYSA).


Duane coached the Royals in the Lake Jackson Little League from 1994 through 1996 and the Pirates in the Lake Jackson Babe Ruth baseball league in 1997. He umpired baseball from 1994 through 1996.

College Sports Exposure
Duane started College Sports Exposure in the Fall of 1998. Katie Danley of the Texas Thunderbolts was his first customer and she signed to play softball at Alvin Community College.
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