Head Baseball Coach @ Boulder Creek High School - Anthem, AZ
Coach Mac is in his seventh year as the head baseball coach for the JAGS. Mac's varsity team made it to the final four in 2010 in the 5AII State Playoffs and made the state playoffs in 2007 and 2008 while finishing in the top half of the region the last five years. The 2010 team set the all time state record for hits in a season for the state of Arizona with 485 hits on the year. Coach Mac has had 12 players go onto play college baseball. In the past six years of the program's history, the varsity team has compiled an accumulative 3.39 G.P.A. Coach Mac was selected to coach the 2010 and 2008 AZBCA 5A North Senior All-Star team and the 2009 Coca Cola Academic All-Star Game. He has had 1 All-American, 7 different players make the All-State Team and 10 players make senior All-Star teams. He moved to Arizona 11 years ago from Oregon, where he played his college career at Linfield College in 1994 and at Western Oregon University under Coach Terry Baumgartner from 95-97. Shortly thereafter, he was an assistant coach at Western Oregon University from 98-2000, where the Wolves made it to the Regional Tournament all three seasons. Coach Mac was the head coach for the Central Oregon Storm (AAA Legion) from 97-99, where he compiled a record of 130-56 over three summers. He had over 20 players go onto play college baseball and 3 professionally. Coach Mac is currently a certified pitching instructor with the National Pitching Association and a key note speaker at its certification. He has worked with Tom House for over ten years. He teaches in the Physical Education department at Boulder Creek High School and is the Deer Valley Unified School District Athletic Director for the 7-8 level where he oversees 16 schools in the region. Mac is also the Co-Director of the Play Ball Academy, LLC. Play Ball Academy, LLC. is a business that helps develop student athletes while incorporating the "It's a mindset" philosophy. Coach Mac has been working with ABC for over 8 years. He is a resident of Anthem and lives with his wife Pam, daughter Paislee and his son Montgomery.