A Bit About Cam
Cam is our academy’s Pitching Coordinator and a pitching instructor. Through baseball, Cam is passionate about and strives to teach life lessons and develop strong relationships by guiding young athletes to meet their true potential and goals.
Cam was raised in Mill Creek and attended Jackson High school. He played for the Seattle Stars organization and won multiple National Championships over a five-year period. As a senior at Jackson High School in 2006, he led the pitching staff and helped his team to complete a perfect 27-0 season, win a Washington State 4A state title and garner recognition as the top high school team in 2006.
Cam was drafted in the 19th round by the Seattle Mariners in the 2006 MPB draft. Instead of starting his professional baseball career, Cam took advantage of a baseball scholarship offer from University of Washington to endeavor into collegiate baseball and pursue his education. After appearing in two seasons for the Huskies, a severe arm injury shortened Cam’s baseball career. After graduating with a Sociology degree from University of Washington, Cam discovered his true passion in coaching and mentoring young athletes playing the game of baseball. Since then, Cam has worked with a wide range of players to achieve a consistent pitching routine, as well improve and maximizing their skill set.
Cam currently lives in Lynnwood with his wife Amber and their daughter Kinzley.