Event Phone: 925-406-4785
- Speaker Series- Troy Nakamura
September 22, 2016
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Welcome to a new season of Speaker series events. We are delighted to bring you one of the Bay Area’s finest coaches Troy Nakamura from University of San Francisco. Troy is in his 17th season of coaching and 3rd season with the University as their Associate Head Coach.
Nakamura has played a critical role in the recruitment and development of student-athletes.
Event Date Sept. 22nd, 2016
Event Time 7 PM- 8:30 PM
The number one goal of an athlete is to play. And if you are interested in playing at the next level in college, you need to know what it takes to get there and stay there. Join Troy Nakamura, head baseball coach at University of San Francisco to learn more about recruiting.
-Learn the secrets of what a Division I baseball coach looks for in an athlete.
-Learn the perspective of recruiting from a Division I head coach.
-A day in a life of a college athlete once on campus
-What it takes to be a student athlete
-College recruiting tips
-Crucial things you should do-
-Things you should NOT do
This session is for you if:
~you have what it takes to be recruited but need more answers
~are an athlete and you want to learn how to get recruited
~want the inside perspective of a Division 1 coach
~are a parent trying to understand what needs to be done
~you want to ask questions of a Division 1 coach
~you want more insight to the recruiting process
~you are interested in a local university
Sign up today. Spaces are limited to 24 registrants only. There will not be a repeat of this session this year, and no guarantee of a future session. Open seating.
We invite you to join us and learn the real information of being recruited so you can implement these strategies.
During his coaching career at USF, Nakamura has coached 13 All-West Coast Conference outfielders including All-Americans Taggert Bozied, Scott Cousins and Bradley Zimmer, along with Pete Lavin.
Nakamura’s expertise in teaching the art of base stealing produced a season in which the Dons stole 107 bases in 2009, second in program history only to the 1995 squad’s 112 stolen bases. Under Nakamura’s instruction, Zach Kim stole a program-record 42 bases in 2009.
As a player and coach, Nakamura has been part of nine of the 12 best stolen base seasons in the team’s history, while the team has averaged better than 70 swipes per season during his time at USF. In comparison, from 1970 to 1994, the team average was only 57 stolen bases per season.
In addition to guiding the Dons on the basepaths, Nakamura’s other on-field duties include coaching third base, overseeing the team’s SPARQ (Speed, Power, Agility, Reaction, and Quickness) training and leading the team’s visualization and imagery training program.
Nakamura graduated from USF in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in sports administration.
Venue: EJ Sports, LLC
Venue Phone: (925) 406-4785Address:
This event will be held at our office location in San Ramon, California.