Practice With Purpose. Play With Passion.
The following athletes have trained with the Bulldogs Baseball Academy and graduated to post-secondary programs in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA), National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics or the Canadian College Baseball Conference (CCBC)
Cam is attending Valley City State University in Valley City, North Dakota in the National Athletic Intercollegiate Association on a full academic and partial athletic scholarship for the next 4 years.
"I have been a member of the Bulldogs for the majority of my career. I remember when it was a teammate and myself throwing on the field to each other. Since then it has grown to have multiple fall teams, hitting, pitching & fielding work, and private lessons. Josh is an extremely committed coach, not only to baseball, but to the players themselves and who they are on and off the field. Due to Josh's dedication and the work we have put in together, I am fortunate enough to play baseball at Valley City State University for the next 4 years on an academic and athletic scholarship. I would not be half the ball player I am today without the Bulldogs Baseball Academy."- Cam
Brendan is currently attending Taft College in Taft, California in the California Community College Athletic Association for the next 2 years.
"My time working with Josh in the Bulldogs Baseball Academy started 6 years ago and over that time I have not only grown on the field, but off the field as well. Josh has taught me life lessons through baseball, whether it be his attentive coaching style, which has allowed me to grow as an athlete and a student of the game, or his meticulous order that promotes crisp practices and games. The addition of Dakota has been of great value as he does superb work with the Bullpups, balancing key fundamentals and the enjoyability of the game. The Bulldogs Baseball Academy has given me the opportunity to fulfill a lifelong dream and develop a strong character along the way." - Brendan
Jaydon started training with the Bulldogs in 2017 and committed to the Prairie Baseball Academy in 2019. After his sophomore season he transferred as a 2-way player to Mount Olive University in Mount Olive, N.C. Currently rehabbing a labrum tear.
"I first met Josh when he came to coach the AAA Northwest Prairie Pirates. As the year went on Josh told me I had a lot of potential and would like to work with me more to improve. That’s why I joined the Bulldogs Academy to improve myself as a ball player. Time with Josh made me become a better athlete on and off the field but also as an adult. Josh always told us to work hard and do it with a purpose and if you do that opportunities would come to you. My time at the Academy has given me opportunities and that’s why I will be attending the Prairie Baseball Academy in Lethbridge. In my short time with the Academy, I'm proud to call myself a Bulldog." - Jaydon