The Orange County Riptide’s front office consists of our General Manager, Assistant General Manager, Director of Baseball Operations and a group of seasonal interns. Success on the field is directly attributed to the hard work and dedication these individuals put in well before the first pitch of a new season is thrown. Learn more about each member of the Orange County Riptide Front Office by reading their bios below:
Moe Geoghegan – General Manager
Moe Geoghegan formed the Orange County Riptide in 2015 and the Riptide joined the California Collegiate League in 2016. Geoghegan’s primary duties as the OC Riptide’s GM is to recruit players to play for the Riptide each summer and put the most competitive team on the field. In two years of CCL play, the Riptide won the CCL Championship in 2017 and Geoghegan was named General Manager of the year by the California Collegiate League. Prior to starting the Orange County Riptide, Geoghegan served as Head Coach of the Orange County Scorpions baseball team, a collegiate wood bat club playing in the Western Baseball League from 1996 to 2001. As a head coach, he led his clubs to two top 10 national finishes at the NBC World Series. From those Scorpions teams, 18 former players were drafted or signed professional contracts. Six of those players played for Major League Baseball clubs. Despite the OC Riptide’s relatively young age in the CCL, Geoghegan teams have never finished below .500 starting in 2017 and have seen numerous alumni go on and either get drafted or sign free agent professional baseball contracts. Moe Geoghegan was born and raised in Southern California and grew up playing baseball in high school and college. An avid Dodgers fan, Moe lives with his wife Melissa and their four children in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.
Tim Brown joined the OC Riptide organization originally as an assistant coach in 2019 and was promoted to Associate Head Coach / Assistant General Manager in 2020. Tim Brown joined the OC Riptide Board of Directors in 2020. Brown is a Full Professor in the Department of English and Media Studies at Riverside City College located in Riverside, Calif. He is also the Principal of Tim Brown and associates, a firm of educational consultants specializing in basic skills, ERP end-user training and program assessment. Tim Brown’s coaching resume is long and distinguished and was formerly the Head Baseball Coach at Riverside City College. Brown spent six years as the Assistant Baseball Coach and Recruiting Coordinator at UC Santa Barbara. During the summer of 1982 and while at UCSB, Brown was appointed by the USA Baseball to assist the Federación Ecuatoriana de Béisbol developing and promoting youth baseball. He traveled throughout the South American country conducting baseball skills clinics for youth baseball coaches. While in residence in Guayaquil, Brown also trained both players and coaches for the Ecuadorian Pan American and National Baseball teams. Prior to UCSB, Brown was a Graduate Assistant Baseball Coach at University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley (formerly Pan America University) under the tutelage of legendary Coach Al Ogletree, a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. While at PAU, Brown coached the outfielders and assisted with recruiting.
Tim Brown – Assistant General Manager
Brown has also coached collegiate summer baseball across North America including the Cape Cod League (Hyannis Harbor Hawks), the New England Collegiate Baseball League (Vermont Mountaineers), Great Lakes Collegiate Summer League (Lake Erie Monarchs ) and most recently, the Kelowna B.C Falcons of the West Coast League. Brown holds a B.A. Sec. Ed. from Arizona State University, a M.Ed. from UT Rio Grande Valley, a M.S. from California State Fullerton, and an Ed.D. from Pepperdine University. He currently resides in Newport Beach.
David Lamm – Director of Baseball Operations
David Lamm currently serves two roles for the Orange County Riptide; Director of Baseball Operations and President of the Board of Directors. His involvement with the Orange County Riptide started in 2018 when he and his wife hosted an Orange County Riptide player. That positive experience prompted him to become more involved with the OC Riptide Baseball Club. An avid college baseball fan since his days as a collegiate undergraduate, Lamm joined the Board of Directors in 2020. Working in a number of career fields since earning his Bachelor degrees from Cal State Fullerton (1994) and the University of Oklahoma (1997), Lamm has worked as the News/Sports Director for KOKL radio in Okmulgee, Oklahoma, Media Relations Manager for the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA), Golf Editor for Crittenden Research, Director of Operations/Marketing/PR for 24-7 Internet, Inc. and in Auto Sales for Claremont Hyundai and Ontario Hyundai. Lamm is an entrepreneur and a business owner, creating websites, e-commerce sites and a mobile app that services sports fans. He also works as a high school football official and high school baseball umpire when not working for the OC Riptide. Lamm has attended the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska twice (2007 & 2015) and enjoys all types of sports with college baseball and college football his two favorites.
Lamm considers himself to be an avid griller/smoker and enjoys outdoor cooking and sharing it with others, especially when hosting college baseball players. Lamm and his wife Jessica live in Yorba Linda, Calif. and David has two children, Avery and Ryder, from his previous marriage. He and Jessica expect to host many more OC Riptide players in the future.
Jessica Reiter-Flax joined the OC Riptide in 2021 and will serve in the role of Director of Baseball Resources Development. Jessica brings over 15 years of experience in non-profit development and community engagement. Working for various national non-profit organizations, Jessica will serve as the SME for the OC Riptide’s community outreach and fundraising activities. She will help the team secure strategic partnerships within the Orange County community and beyond, ensuring that the Riptide will continue to provide top-notch, competitive baseball. Growing up in the Midwest, Jessica spent all of her summer’s at the ballpark watching her older brother play baseball and now, she enjoys watching her nephews play. Jessica and her Husband moved to Orange County four years ago from Iowa, and greatly enjoy hiking and being outdoors in beautiful Southern California, where it’s always baseball season. If you are interested in partnership opportunities, please use the contact form below to learn more.
Jessica Reiter-Flax – Director of Baseball Resources & Development