Nick White comes to the CLPB from Menlo College an NAIA program in Atherton, California where he has served as the Head Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator since 2017. He currently works with hitters and catchers in the Oaks program, but has previously also served as the pitching coach. Additionally, White is also the founder and Head Coach for Menlo’s JV baseball program.
After finishing his playing career in 2013, White began his coach career at Monterey Peninsula Community College where he was a hitting, catching and strength coach for 3 seasons. In 2016, he became the graduate assistant for San Jose State University, where he worked with players from every position with an emphasis on catching. During his nine years of collegiate coaching experience he has served as head hitting, catching and pitching coach as well as 3B/1B coach and recruiting coordinator.
As a player, he spent 2012-2013 at Oklahoma Wesleyan University and earned All-Region honors on a team that finished in 2nd in the NCCAA World Series. Prior to that he spent time at Sonoma State and the College of San Mateo, where he earned 1st-team All-NorCal, 2nd-team All-Conference honors, and finished 2nd at the CCCBA World Series.
White graduated from Oklahoma Wesleyan in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and he has since earned a Master of Art in Principles of Coaching and Athletic Administration and a Master of Science in Exercise Science from Concordia University Irvine.
When asked about coming to the CLPB to lead the upstart Flamingos in 2021 White said “I am excited and grateful to be a part of the the Collegiate League of the Palm Beaches. Getting the opportunity to coach baseball, help young players develop and grow the game of baseball in beautiful Palm Beach is a privilege.”
We are excited to have Coach White with the CLPB this season, we love the energy and knowledge he is going to bring to the Flamingos and the league as a whole.