Canyonside's Coaching Staff:
Canyonside Hall of Fame:
Tora Otsuka (USD)
Cooper Foss (BYU)
Evan Trausch (Vassar College)
Zack Seegers (Mesa CC)
Connor Shadroo (Colorado Mesa University)
Madison Casiano (USD)
Amber Corbero (NMHU)
Kristen Parker (SDSU)
Michael Bovee (CSUB)
MiMaddy Kalchik ( Alderson Broddus University )
Charlotte Behne (Doane University)
Tyler Dean (Indiana University)
Kyle Dean (BYU)
Lauren Hynes (Boston University)
Aaron Polley (Westmont College)
Dominic Morace (St. Edwards University)
Matthew Pasternack (Pace University)
Who Trains Here?
James Loney - New York Mets
Mickey Moniak - Phillies
Wynton Bernard - Detroit Tigers
Arby Fields - Seattle Mariners
Alex Dickerson - San Diego Padres
Jason Bourgeois - Arizona DBacks
Quintin Berry - Boston Red Sox
Austin Hedges - San Diego Padres
Brandon Meridith - Houston Astros
Dillon Thomas - Colorado Rockies
Nick Noonan - San Diego Padres
Chris Bianchi- Los Angeles Dodgers
Colin Walsh- Milwaukee Brewers
Quinten Davis- Anaheim Angels
David Popkins- St. Louis Cardinals
Dalton Smith- New York Yankees
Catching, Hitting & Pitching Lessons with CBA/ Grossmont Community College Coach Rob Aguire. Rob played his high school ball at Serra.
Pitching Coach Brandon Wells recently graduated from Eastern Nazarene University after a great pitching career. He is currently the Varsity pitching coach at Scripps Ranch High School.
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Meet the Owner:
David Ring was born and raised in San Diego, CA. He developed his love of baseball playing for UC Little League. Ring went on the play at University City High School where he excelled as a shortstop and hitter. He earned 4 varsity letters while shattering the school record for career hits. After high school, Ring went on to play at the University of Redlands, a top ranked Division 3 program in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC). He established Canyonside in 2009 after coaching travel and high school baseball. Currently he consults the Youth, High School, Collegiate, and MLB athlete year round.
Catching Clinics & Lessons by Adam Tidball. Adam played college ball at the University of Richmond & was drafted by the Cubs in 2003. His coaches Scott Servais and Grady Little were his biggest influences.