Neil Wisener

Neil Wisener

Varsity Head Coach

Coach Wisener will start his first year as Head Varsity Coach this season at Klein Cain High School. He has spent his past 18 years working at Jersey Village High School and 15 of those years he coached baseball. The first 9 coaching the Sub Varsity team and the last 6 years were spent as Assistant Varsity Coach. Coach Wisener graduated from the University of Houston with a BS in Sports Management. He was born and raised in Jersey Village. He is looking forward to a great season!
Aiden Upchurch

Aiden Upchurch

Varsity Asst. Coach

This is my first year in the coaching profession and first year coaching high school baseball. Previously I had been a part of the coaching staff at Mineola High School in an athletic assistant role with their football and baseball programs. I graduated from Dallas Baptist University in 2017 with a degree in Camp/Sport Leadership and took a little detour working at Sky Ranch Camps in Northeast Texas, before transitioning to teaching and coaching. Coaching has always been a passion of mine and i am looking forward to starting my career here at Klein Cain. This is a homecoming of sorts, as I am a product of Klein ISD, graduating from Klein High School where I played football and baseball as well. In my spare time you can find me in the outdoors hunting or fishing and playing with my dog Judah.
Jacob Allan

Jacob Allan

Head Sophomore - Varsity Asst. Coach

This is my first year at Klein Cain, and my first year overall in the coaching profession. I am a Tomball High School alum, so this area and district are home to me. As a part of the football and baseball programs there, I was lucky enough to experience the state tournament as a player and hope to experience it from the other side as a coach here at Cain. I graduated from Sam Houston State in May 2021 with a degree in Kinesiology, a minor in Secondary Education, and an intramural badminton championship. I conducted my student teaching at Cy Creek High School where I did P.E., health, and athletics, as well as some time at Hamilton Elementary with their P.E. program. I come from a family of educators who share my same passion for being a positive impact on young people, especially young student athletes. I believe in the ability of young athletes to push themselves beyond what they believe their limits to be. I look forward to challenging our athletes to help them grow and improve on the field as well as in the classroom. I also look forward to challenging myself to improve as their coach and mentor.