Nick White Named New Head Coach In Brooks
Brooks, AB – The Brooks Bombers would like to announce Nick White as the Head Coach for the 2021 season. His experience, energy, and passion for the game set him apart from the other applicants. He is very connected within the game, and his ability to network with his many contacts will be a real plus for us in recruiting top-end players from NCAA, NAIA, and the JUCO ranks. He has established himself as an extremely hardworking and dedicated coach at Menlo College.
“This is a good day for Bomber Nation,” team officials said.
After finishing his playing career in 2013, White decided to pursue coaching at Monterey Peninsula Community College, where he was hitting, catching, and strength coach for 3 seasons. In 2016 he became the graduate assistant for San Jose State University, where he worked with players from every position, emphasizing catching. In 2017, White was hired as the Head Assistant Coach/ Recruiting Coordinator for Menlo College (NAIA). Although hitting and catching are his specialty, he was the head pitching coach for the 2017 season. White is also the founder and Head Coach for Menlo’s JV baseball program. He has been a top hitting, catching, and pitching coach and 3B / 1B coach and head recruiting coordinator in his nine years of collegiate coaching.
The Brooks Bombers are pleased to announce Nick White @nickwhite15 from Menlo College @mcoaksbaseball as our Head Coach for the 2021 season. Click the link for more https://t.co/IQugyl8NMf pic.twitter.com/YAkSVZI5iN
— Brooks Bombers ⚾️ (@Bombers_Brooks) November 14, 2020
White spent 2012-2013 at Oklahoma Wesleyan University and earned All-Region honors on a team that finished second in the NCAA World Series. Before that, he spent time at Sonoma State and the College of San Mateo, where he earned first-team All-NorCal, second-team All-Conference and finished second at the CCCBA World Series.
White graduated from Oklahoma Wesleyan in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, and he has since earned a Master of Art in Principles of Coaching and Athletic Administration(2017) and a Master of Science in Exercise Science(2020) from Concordia University Irvine. White is also Rapsodo certified.