PULLMAN — Greg Bergeron has been named Washington State baseball’s volunteer assistant coach, first-year head coach Brian Green announced Thursday.
Bergeron comes to WSU after working the previous four seasons at Long Beach State and owns two decades of coaching experience, primarily in Southern California. Prior to his stint at LBSU, Bergeron spent 11 seasons as an assistant coach and hitting coach at UC Irvine (2005-07), Cal State Fullerton (2008-11) and Tennessee (2012-15). He has helped develop over 100 players who have been selected in the MLB Draft, including five first-rounders and 11 eventual major leaguers.
L-C adds final piece
The Lewis-Clark Warriors have completed their roster for the 2019 campaign with the addition of Channa Hart.
The Menifee, Calif. native will be a middle blocker for the Warriors this coming season. Hart comes to L-C by way of Paloma Valley High School, where she played four years of varsity and was voted First-Team All-League, First-Team All-CIF and MVP.
“We love athletes that have so much upside potential, because we believe in training and development,” Lewis-Clark coach Shaun Pohlman said. “Channa is very dynamic in her movements and is already a strong player.”