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2018 West Coast Inside Baseball Coaches Clinic Features UC SAN DIEGO Assistant Coach Noah Jackson
A 2003 graduate of Cal, Noah Jackson returns to his alma mater for the 2018 season as a member of head coach Mike Neu's staff. It will be his second stint as an assistant for the Golden Bears and Jackson will work with hitters and outfielders while playing a key role in Cal's recruiting efforts. Jackson comes back to Berkeley after spending two seasons in Stockton as an assistant for Neu at the University of Pacific. Prior to joining the Tigers' staff, he spent the 2015 season as Cal's volunteer assistant and helped the Bears go 36-21, finish third in the Pac-12 and reach the College Station Regional of the NCAA Tournament.
Before joining the Cal staff in 2015, Jackson worked for the San Diego Padres as a professional scout. He graduated from Cal in 2003 with a degree in American Studies and went on to play in the Chicago Cubs organization for two years. Jackson played for the Bears from 2001-03 after transferring from Arkansas.
Off the field, Jackson has turned his love of baseball into a force for positive change. In 2003, he co-founded the First Base Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to making travel baseball more affordable and transforming lives through mentorship, development of leadership skills and building self-esteem.
Learn firsthand baseball insights from one of the brightest minds in baseball, Noah Jackson. Register at http://www.insidebaseballcoachesclinic.com/
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