Adam has been coaching and developing baseball players in the Bay Area for the last 17 years. Adam has extensive coaching experience spanning from the 10U to the college level.
Adam played baseball at Cal. After four years of college ball, he competed in the 2000 Olympic Baseball Tournament in Bologna, Italy for the Slovenia team.
Adam has previously coached at Lowell High School in San Francisco. During his time at Lowell, the cardinal won the City and Trans Bay Championship. Adam has also had much coaching success at Cooperstown Dreams Park, having taken 3 teams to the Sweet 16 and one team to the Final 8.
Adam is available for individual pitching and hitting lessons, as well as group or team workouts.
Jordan is a former pitcher for Stanford University, graduating in 2015. In addition to garnering four years of experience in the PAC-12, Jordan played in elite collegiate summer leagues such as the New England Baseball League and Coastal Plains League. Jordan not only played at the highest college levels, he has devoted countless hours to studying pitching. For portions of the past several summers, Jordan has worked as a sports scientist and trainer for the Rod Dedeaux Research & Baseball Institute and National Pitching Association under renowned pitching coach, Tom House. Jordan has studied the complexities of kinematic sequencing, timing and biomechanics while earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Science, Technology and Society from Stanford. Jordan is a certified National Pitching Association coach and is dedicated to helping each player maximize his ability and potential.
Jordan offers Private, Group and Team Pitching Sessions, Lectures on Biomechanics, Conditioning Training, and Nutrition and Mental/Emotional Workouts for Recovery, Joint Integrity and Functional Strength.
Jordan played for Mountain View HS, where he served as a captain and was named Most Valuable Player after a senior season featuring a .500 batting average. He led the Central Coast Section with 50 hits that season, becoming an All-SCVAL De Anza Division First Team and Palo Alto All-Daily News Baseball member for a second time. He was also a Rivals.com First Team All-Central Coast Section pick in 2011 after a junior season in which he hit .443.
Jordan was an outfielder and pitcher at Cornell University in the Ivy League. In 2014, he batted .436 with a .500 on base percentage and garnered All-Ivy League Honorable Mention. He ranked second on the team with nine multiple-hit games and an eight-game hitting streak. In the gym, Jordan made the athletic Wall of Honor 3 out of his 4 years, an honor reserved for athletes that score the highest in their team's strength and speed testing. Jordan graduated cum laude from Cornell in 2016.
Jordan played in 3 premier collegiate summer baseball leagues: the Northwoods League, California Collegiate League, and two seasons in the Coastal Plains League. Hit .327 in the 2016 Coastal Plains League season.
Jordan is available for individual or group hitting and fielding lessons.