Andy Schatzley played collegiately at Pratt Community College (2004-2006) in Pratt, KS, and at Lyon College (2006-2008) in Batesville, Arkansas. In 2010, he earned a master's degree at Lubbock Christian University in organizational leadership.
While at Lubbock, Schatzley began his coaching career as a graduate assistant coach in 2009-2010. The Chaparrals won the NAIA national crown in 2009. That wasn't Schatzley's only title that year. He also served as the head coach of the El Dorado Broncos of the Jayhawk League, a summer collegiate wooden bat league. Schatzley led the Broncos to the 2009 National Baseball Congress World Series title. He returned to El Dorado in 2010, but his team lost in the postseason tournament.
Schatzley was an assistant coach at Emporia State University during the 2011 season. In the summer of 2011 he managed the Outer Banks Daredevils of the Coastal Plain League, another summer collegiate wooden bat league.
In August 2011 Schatzley joined the Harding University Bisons as an assistant coach and remained in that role through 2019.
Year-By-Year Managerial Record
|2020||Tri-City Dust Devils||Northwest League||Season cancelled|
|2021||Tri-City Dust Devils||High-A West||43-68||6th||Los Angeles Angels|
|2022||Rocket City Trash Pandas||Southern League||Los Angeles Angels|