The Bytown Dodgers coaching staff will be made up of non-parent head coaches at all age groups. The coaches include: current and former professional baseball players, former NCAA Division 1 baseball players, former Canadian National Team Players, as well as provincially certified coaches. This staff will bring their knowledge and experience to the Bytown Dodgers in a development-specific program.

Coaching staff from the 2017 and 2018 seasons

Jason Coker

From Charlotte, North Carolina (United States of America), Jason graduated from Charlotte Country Day School in 2007. During his high school years, he also played for the On Deck O’s out of On Deck Baseball Skill Development Academy (BSDA). He was awarded a baseball scholarship to the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. A 4-year…

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Alex Gagné

From Orleans, Ontario (Canada), Alex played for the Orleans Little League Red Sox. He went on to play for the Ottawa Knights before moving on to play for the Ottawa Nepean Canadians. Alex made Team Ontario in both the 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 seasons. He was rewarded with a Silver and Gold medal in the Baseball…

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Chris Kazen

From Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Chris played for the Hunt Club Little League for five years from the ages of 11 to 16. Chris later coached for the CFR Little League for five years at both the house and competitive levels in each of those years. In 2012, he was the assistant coach for CFR’s Major…

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Austin Marcellus

From Morrisburg, Ontario (Canada), Austin graduated from Seaway District High School in 2010.  He played for the Brockville Bunnies from 2005-2010.  After high school, Austin attended and played for Lackawanna College located in Pennsylvania from 2011-2013.  A highlight while attending Lackawanna College, was gaining entry into the Division II Baseball World Series, a feat that…

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Hannah Martensen

From Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Hannah played little league for Pinecrest Little League Baseball.  She became a member of the Ontario Women’s Provincial team for ten years where her efforts culminated by also playing for the Canadian Women’s National Baseball Team from 2011-2014. Hannah completed her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology and Sport management from Western University…

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Andrew Cooper

From Belle River, Ontario (Canada), Andrew won two Canadian National Championships at the Midget level with the Tecumseh Thunder and Windsor Selects. He was selected for the Team Ontario U17 team. Later, he was awarded a scholarship as a pitcher for Sierra College in Rocklin, California where in his Freshman year, Andrew was selected as…

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Greg Pollock

See gladiatortraining.ca/bio.html for Greg’s bio.

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