Sean Marohn earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology from California State University-Chico, and a Master of Science degree in Human Performance from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. During his Masters program at Tennessee, Marohn was a graduate assistant strength coach working with baseball and football, where in 2001 the Tennessee Volunteers baseball team went to the College World Series. He worked with Major Leagues Baseballs Milwaukee Brewers (Rookie Ogden, 2001), the Pittsburgh Pirates (Rookie Williamsport, 2002), and then spent two seasons as the strength and conditioning coach with the Cincinnati Reds (AAA Louisville, 2003 2005). From 2005 - 2013, he has worked as the Cincinnati Reds Minor League Strength and Conditioning Coordinator. Since 2014, Marohn has been the Director of Strength and Conditioning for the Cincinnati Reds.