A native of San Diego, California, Alex Guenette attended and captained the La Jolla Country Day School baseball team to the CIF championship, while making the CA "North South" All-star Team as a catcher. Alex moved on to study and play baseball at the University of California, Irvine, under Hall of Fame coach, Mike Gillespie. Alex's 4 years at UCI included a trip to the College World Series and multiple Big West All-Academic Team accolades, graduating in 2017. Alex's baseball experiences include 2 seasons for the Yakima WA Pippins of the West Coast League, the Anchorage Bucs of the Alaska Baseball League, and signed and played in the Milwaukee Brewers organization. During Minor League off-season's, Alex coached youth sports, sparking his true passion to give back to the community the lessons, the work ethic and approach that was imparted on him in his youth.
Alex's passion and approach centers on a determination to make every player the best they can be. Focusing on fundamentals, highlighting both physical and mental disciplines, the goal is to prepare all players for success and advancement, in high school, collegiate baseball, and beyond.
Bobby attended El Modena High School in Orange, Ca where he earned all conference honors his senior year. He earned the Jason Zepel scholarship award as well as the athlete of character award.
Bobby began his college career at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, later transferring to Mt. San Jacinto College, where he was the starting catcher for two seasons. While at MSJC, Bobby earned a scholarship to Bethesda University, where he started every game in the shortened 2020 season, alternating between catching and 1st base. Bobby finished 5th nationally in the NAIA in hits and 8th in the nation in RBI’s in his first season at Bethesda.
Bobby began coaching 3 years ago while at Saddleback, where he found his true passion. He enjoys working with kids and watching them improve in all aspects of the game, seeing them become not only quality Baseball players, but better young men.
Cameron was born in Mission Viejo and was surrounded by baseball as a kid. His love for the game led him to Beckman High School in Irvine, where he slashed a batting average over .500, accumulating eight stolen bases and four outfield assists, all just in his Freshman year. Within his age 15 summer he began playing for Coach Alex and Bobby, where he went on to be the leadoff hitter in the Arizona National Championships, and within his age 16 season, he achieved two no-hitters as a pitcher. In his senior year, Cameron was awarded academic grants from Tustin Dollar for Scholars and the Tyler Skaggs Foundation for his academic and community service achievements. On top of this, Cameron was awarded a baseball scholarship to Westcliff University, where he is currently utilized as a left handed pitcher.
In his free time, he elected to coach under his former coaches, understanding the player and parents’ perspectives. Where age lacks is seasoned experience on the field and devotion to this program. He coaches to give players the same opportunities he got as a kid: to enjoy the game of baseball.
High School: Graduated from Beckman High School as a four-year varsity baseball letter winner … Batted .402 with 15 doubles and 23 RBI as a senior and helped the team to a CIF Southern Section III championship and conference title as a senior … Earned first team All-Pacific Coast League honors as a sophomore, junior and senior … Batted .404 with 39 RBI and 21 runs as a junior in 2010 … Secured first-team all-city honors as a senior and first team All-CIF Division III accolades as a junior.
UCLA: A 4 year player at UCLA and a member of two regional teams and the 2013 College World Series Championship team … Batted a career .303 at UCLA.
Nevada: Played in 52 games with 49 starts as a senior graduate transfer … Posted a .339 batting average with 64 hits, 25 runs, 3 HRS and 36 RBI … Limited opponents to 16-of-27 stealing against him while helping Nevada lead the conference in fewest stolen bases allowed … Named to the Johnny Bench Award watch list.
Professional Career: Coach Hazard played professionally for the Minnesota Twins in their minor league system getting up to High-A.
Growing up Las Vegas, had success in baseball at young age playing in the little league all star state championship. Soon after moving to Orange County at the age of 13 and has been here since.
Evan started high school at Newport Harbor and then transferred his junior year to El Dorado where he decided to compete in the Red Shirt league instead of high school baseball.
Moving into Evan’s collegiate background, he attended and played at Fullerton Junior College for 3 years where Covid shut down his last season in attendance there. He went on to transfer to Westcliff University where he was a starting pitcher and was awarded Male Athlete of the Year in his first year at the School. He was also named Valedictorian of his graduating class.
He has been apart of the GPA way for the past year!
My name is Eddie Rios, I was born in Fresno, CA. I went to Edison High School. After High School I stayed home to Continue my baseball career at Fresno City College for 3 years where I received All Team Conference in 2019, than left to Chico state for one year, after coming to Westcliff in first year at WestCliff I revived I honorable mention for All conference.