In 2015 the Bulldogs 18u Elite will be coached by Ian Sanderson. Ian is currently the head coach at Kent Meridian High School and does not have a player on the team. The 18u team will play in the Seattle Elite League and play a competitive tournament schedule. Diamond Sports has sent countless players to play at the college level, check out where our seniors went this year. The team will train in the Senior Program with former professional players Jay Garthwaite and John Mattson. Home games will be played at Kent Memorial Park, Russell Road and TCC.


To schedule an individual tryout or for more info about the team or tryout info please contact Ian Sanderson at Ian Sanderson at isand2224@gmail.com.




If you are interested in a private tryout, we have a couple of roster spots available for the right players.

We will be playing in the 18U GSSL Wood Bat League. In addition, we plan to play in 8 to 10 tournaments from Memorial Day through early August, including a trip to San Diego, CA for the 4th of July.


Our current roster is all 16U eligible, which will allow us to play tournaments at the 16U, 17U or 18U levels.


Our preference would be to find players who are 16U eligible for 2015 to maintain our flexibility, but we will consider 17U and 18U players as well if they are the right fit.


We train at the Diamond Sports Training Center in Sumner.

If you are interested, please contact Head Coach Jordyn Perry via email at jordynperry25@yahoo.com or by phone at 206-280-1604; or Manager & Assistant Head Coach Brad Nakamura via email at coachbradnakamura@gmail.com or by phone at 253-377-7579.




Green River College Head Coach Brian Embery announces tryouts for the Longhorns 16u team. With more than thirty years of baseball coaching experience, Embery has previously coached at NCAA Division II Emporia State University (1987-2003) where his teams earned 458-320 record in his 16 year stint with the Hornets.  A five time MIAA Coach of the Year award recipient, Embery began his coaching career in the NWAACC at Big Bend Community College (1985-87).  However he first became familiar with the NWAACC when he played for Ron Hopkins on the 1975 NWAACC Championship team for Green River.

For more info on the Longhorns program please contact Coach Brian Embery at embery5tool@msn.com.




Bulldogs 14u Gold announces tryouts for the 2015 team. Coach David Patton was a 12th round pick by the Colorado Rockies and played professionally for the Chicago Cubs.


David Patton is a former Bulldog without a player on the team. His team will train in the Diamond Sports Senior Program with former professional players, Jay Garthwaite and John Mattson. The Bulldogs will play both league and a competitive tournament schedule.


For more info about the 2015 Bulldogs 14u Gold contact David Patton at patton@diamondsportstrainingcenter.com.


Saturday, September 20th at 10am at Diamond Sports Training Center

Tuesday, September 23rd at 6:30pm at Diamond Sports Training Center

Saturday, September 27th at 10am Diamond Sports Training Center




The 2015 10U Auburn Cubs are looking for quality families who want their ballplayers to learn the game and enjoy the opportunity to play baseball.  Andy Herrick will be coaching his 8th Auburn Cubs team.  Our training will start in January and carry into April.  We are Little League friendly and encourage our ballplayers to enjoy other sports too.  We will play a minimum of 30 games between tournaments and double headers.  We will focus on Little League rule tournaments in the Spring and then shift our focus to Lead-Off and Dropped 3rd Strike baseball tournaments in the summer.  One of our Spring tourneys will be in eastern Washington while all other tourneys will be in the greater Puget Sound area.  Please contact Andy Herrick at: auburncubsjunetourney@gmail.com for more information and to schedule a private tryout.




9U Bulldogs will be lead by Chris Barnes. Coach Barnes was last years 14U Bulldogs coach that ended the year very successful. This team will be little league friendly and will focus on the fundamentals of the game that are very important at this age.


Please contact Chris Barnes with any questions at