”Communication, Composure, Competitiveness, Courage, Class”
Featured in the Culture section of June 2008 Ventura Life Magazine.
Coach Mark "Mags" Magdaleno, who began his coaching career in 1983, is a Five-Time Coach Of The Year. As a high school coach in California and Colorado his teams have won 5 conference championships, two regional championships and have had two appearances in Colorado's Final Four. In 14 seasons as a high school head coach Coach Mags has a win-loss record of 249-123, which is an average of 16 wins per season. Coach Magdaleno has led his team to the playoffs 12 times in 14 seasons and has compiled a 14-11 playoff record. In his 27th season as a professional baseball coach he has trained more than 4000 youth, high school and college players through individual, group and team sessions.
Welcome to Magdaleno School of Baseball
Mark Magdaleno has worked on the N.C.A.A., Junior College and High School levels for two decades. His career path has taken him to camps and clinics throughout the western part of the United States and he has had the good fortune to work with and learn from some of the most respected baseball men in the country.
Mags has worked camps for Andy Lopez at both Pepperdine University and at the University of Arizona, Rich Hill (currently the Head Coach at the University of San Diego) at the California Lutheran Winter Camps, Marty Slimak at California Lutheran University, Joe Barth All-American Showcases, Ken McMullen at the Ken McMullen Baseball Camps and Gary Anglin and Don Adams at the Ventura College Baseball Camps. Mags has worked his camps in Colorado and California.
Coach Magdaleno brings intensity and excitement to every training session, which combined with his knowledge of the game creates an enjoyable learning atmosphere. He preaches fundamentals and also brings a mental approach to the game that will help the young and advanced player to perform at the highest level of their ability!
Is now back home leading the Bulldogs
Coach Magdaleno and Bulldogs post a 22-6 record in his first season as head coach. In his second season the Bulldogs post a 19-8 record. The Bulldogs fell to 14-11 in the third campaign, but still won their third consecutive tournament title and made the playoff for the third straigh year. Currently the Bulldogs are 16-5 with four games remaining in the regular season.
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