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Indoor Throwing Schedule (All dates are in Old Gym at Jeff)

Feb 27: 5-6:30pm

March 2: 6:30-8pm

March 6: 4:30-6pm

March 9: 6:30-8pm

March 20: 4:30-6pm

March 23: 6:30-8pm

March 27: 4:30-6pm

March 30:6:30-8pm

**Hitting will be every Wednesday from 3:30-5pm at the hitting facility!



State Qualifier 2016

State Qualifier 2016

New Cages arrive in 2016 thanks to fundraising efforts!

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 Marcus Colbert

Position: Sophomore Assistant, Pitchers and Catchers

High School: Jefferson High School, Cedar Rapids

College: Kirkwood Community College

Years Coached: 1 Year

Coaching Experience and Accomplishments:

Jefferson High School, Cedar Rapids- Sophomore Assistant Coach (2015)

Playing Experience:

Jefferson High School, Cedar Rapids- Catcher, 1st Base, Outfield, and Pitcher (2009-2014) 2014 1st Team All-Metro 1B, 2nd Team All-Conference UT, 2nd Team All-District UT
Kirkwood Community College- Catcher (2014 Fall)

First off I want to thank Coach Rodenkirk for giving me the opportunity to start my coaching career here at Jefferson High School. For those of you that don't know me, I graduated from Jefferson last year and played baseball 5 years in the program. 2 years for Coach Rodenkirk. I have the biggest love for baseball. I started playing when I was 6 and loved it ever since. I knew I wanted to be a coach from a young age. I would always think about the game, where ever I was, I was always thinking about baseball. And having a baseball family credited to my love. My grandpa coached High School baseball for 10 years at Dubuque Wahlert. My father played in High School and College. My cousin, Craig caught in the big leagues with the San Francisco Giants for 2 years, managed minor league ball for 6 years, was the bench coach for the San Diego Padres for 2 years and is now currently the head scout for the Philadelphia Phillies. I have learned most of what I know from him. So my job is to transfer what I have learned from everyone who has taught me something about the game, to your young men. My goal is to get your child better at something everyday. Because at the end of the day, we don't measure wins and losses. We measure the growth in the player, from a baseball talent, and the  growth as an individual. We want your child to be a better baseball player and a better person after each year. That's my goal as a coach. I'm excited for this year. It's great to be a J-Hawk!