has personally trained and instructed
many of today’s top collegiate and professional softball athletes and is
widely regarded as one of the nation’s finest travel softball coaches.
His amateur teams have won countless national championships including
the 2014 and 2015 18U PGF National Championships. As the Head Coach and
Director of Team Mizuno, he won the 2012 PGF National Championship. As
the Head Coach of Tuff E Nuff Softball from 1996-2001, he won three ASA
National Championships (1997, 1998, 2000). His team won the 2016 USA Elite World Series Championship.
Among the notable athletes he has coached are 2016 USA Softball
Collegiate Player of the Year and the USSSA Pride’s first round draft
pick Sierra Romero; 2016 National Champion Sydney Romero; and 2016
National Freshman of the Year Amanda Lorenz who plays for Coach Tim Walton
at the University of Florida.