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Jason Jamison - Head Coach - Baseball
Coach Jamison was named Troy Varsity head coach in 2019 and since then has assembled a talented group of veteran coaches who have a breadth of baseball experience as both players and coaches.
The coaching crew is stocked with former professional, Division 1 college and high school players, whom Jamison has tasked with taking the program to the next level as a baseball powerhouse.
“The program’s immediate goal is to win the League, have a deep run in CIF and reinvent Troy as the destination high school baseball program in the City of Fullerton,” Coach Jamison said.
“Our long term goal, is we want the best seventh and eighth grade baseball players in the City of Fullerton who want to be challenged academically and choose Troy as their High School of choice. We want the best Student Athletes in the City of Fullerton and surrounding communities to attend Troy, not only because we are the No. 1 public high school in the state, but because we are the No. 1 public high school baseball program in North Orange County.”
Jamison’s baseball knowledge runs deep. For the previous two years he had led the Troy Freshman Baseball team, taking the 2017 team to a 17-2 record, 12-2 in the Freeway League and has coached youth baseball at various levels since 2010. He also spent four years as an assistant coach with the Troy Freshman football team.
Coach Jamison was a three-year varsity letterman at Coronado High School in Colorado Springs and finished his high school playing career being awarded first team All-Metro League honors.
His commitment to baseball is equal to his commitment to the community. In addition to volunteering as a coach, Jamison runs a successful business where he knows how to get the best out of those who work with him. He has extensive volunteer experience in non-profits in the North OC area for the Rotary and Boys & Girls clubs and the La Habra Community Support Foundation.
Jamison’s philosophy is about not only creating a quality baseball program but creating a character development program at the same time.
“Boys make the team as Freshmen and they graduate as men,” Coach Jamison said. “We are a part of their growth and development in this crucial time of life and we take very seriously our impact on each player. We are stewards, helping them achieve their full potential, on and off the field. Our goal as a coaching staff is to have impacted each player and helped them to become a more profound individual.”