A Bit About Braden
Braden is a hitting instructor with our academy and the Associate Head Coach and Head Hitting Coach at Everett Community College. He was a three-year varsity letterman at Everett High School from 2003 to 2005 – where he compiled a career high school batting average of .406 as a hitter and a 3.02 ERA as a pitcher. He was simultaneously named as a 1st Team All-Wesco outfielder and 2nd Team All-Wesco pitcher, in addition to being named to the 2005 All Wesco All-Star/All-Area Teams.
Braden played for a 2002 River Dawgs team that placed fourth in the CABA World Series. He also played for the Northern Reign with a career batting average of .430 and garnered several elite honors that included Evergreen Baseball Alliance MVP, EBA Player of the Year, Pitcher of the Year, Batting Champion and Gold Glove Winner. Braden attended Shoreline Community College, where he earned a 2nd Team NWAACC outfielder award as a freshman. He played professional baseball for the Independent Pro-Baseball Medicine Hat Mavericks, where he hit .285 and made the WMBL West All-Star Team.
Braden is passionate coach with a strong desire to help athletes realize and maximize their full potential.