Jason Gibson - Head Coach/Owner
Born and raised in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, Jason grew up playing for the Victoria Mariners Junior Premier and Premier high school teams. As a junior in high school he was chosen for the 30 Man Rosters for Team Canada. While in high school he had received a scholarship to Central Arizona College, AZ which led to playing at Panola Junior College, TX and landing a Div.1 NCAA scholarship to McNeese State University, LA. Once graduated, Jason was recruited to play for the Triple Play Hornets (Seattle, Washington) winning the West Coast Series Championship in the summer of 2009. While at Panola College, he was invited to play at the Texas All Star Game and went on to play for the Okotoks Dawgs in the Western Major Baseball League back to back years. While back at home Jason was named assistant coach of the Junior Premier Victoria Eagles for two seasons, Technical Director of Greater Victoria Baseball Association and has served as the pitching coach at Lambrick Park Baseball Academy. Since 2017 Jason has been working as the pitching coach at Lambrick Park's Junior Academy.
Mitch Davidoff - Hitting Coach
Born and raised in Victoria, British Columbia, Mitch grew up playing for the Victoria Mariners. In 2007, he helped lead the Junior Premier Victoria Mariners to a Provincial Championship. After high school he earned scholarships as a first baseman/outfielder to four different post secondary institutions (Tacoma CC, Yakima Valley CC, Patten University and Central Christian College). He graduated in May of 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Central Christian College of Kansas. Receiving an All-Canadian Outfielder Honorable Mention after his 2013 season, he was picked up by the Weyburn Beavers of the Western Major Baseball League. Since returning home, Mitch has held positions such as GVBA Technical Director, Assistant GM and Assistant Coach of the Premier/Junior Premier Victoria Eagles within the years 2013-2016. Since 2015, he has worked as Director of Baseball Operations for our Lambrick Park Collegiate Prep Academy. Mitch also serves as Director/Head Coach of Team British Columbia for the Pacific Regional Games as well as various coaching roles with the Northwest Elite Travel teams in Seattle, WA.
Josh Campbell - Strength & Conditioning Coach
Josh Campbell is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from Victoria, British Columbia. He has been training clients/teams for a little over 5 years now and has worked with a wide variety of athletes. In the past he has worked with junior national wheelchair basketball athletes, the UVIC Mens basketball
team, high school baseball athletes, and most recently the Victoria Harbour cats baseball club. Josh also played two years of JUCO baseball at Treasure Valley Community College in Oregon. After his playing career was over, he came back to Victoria to complete his degree in exercise and wellness and pursue
his dream of becoming a strength and conditioning coach. Josh now runs his own business and specializes in helping baseball athletes reach their maximal potential through various strength, power, and mobility training. He has a great passion in helping athletes develop and reach the next level.
What baseball players and coaches say:
Mitch, Jason and Anthony bring a level of knowledge, experience and enthusiasm to their sessions that leaves our ballplayers asking when do I get to do that again. They are learning and having fun, the perfect combination.
- Eric Van Rooyen (President of Peninsula Baseball Association)
Mitch relates well to my son. When doing 1-1 clinics you have to connect on a good working level. My son enjoys working with AAA. I've seen a lot of positives results already and we're just getting started!
- Riley (PeeWee Parent)
The pitching clinic was exceptionally great! I developed a good curve ball and change up just from the information that they gave me. They were very kind and cared about what they were saying to you. The guys probably know me as Pedroia ;). I would like to thank all the guys who ran the camps, as they helped me improve very much!”
- Reid (Bantam Player)
- Reid (Bantam AA Player)