Coach Klosterman grew up in Jacksonville and played at the Bolles School from 1992-95 going to 2 FHSAA State Final Fours. He earned All State and All American honors in his senior season and earned a scholarship to play at Florida State University. During his playing time at Florida Stat, Coach Klosterman went to 3 NCAA D1 College World Series and played in the 1999 National Championship Game and garnered CWS 1st Team Catcher honors. Upon graduation Coach Klosterman played two years in the Frontier League for the Richmond Roosters.
Upon completion of his playing career, Coach Klosterman moved back to Jacksonville where he has been coaching ever since. He was the head varsity coach at Fleming Island from 2004-2012 where he compiled a 166-75 record and had 4 district titles and 6 regional appearances. He is currently the head baseball coach at Nease High School where he led his squad to the FHSAA State Championship in 2017. Coach Klosterman enters his first season with the Scorpions program.