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Mark Magdaleno, ECD Instructor

Mark Magdaleno

Teaching Areas

  • Recreation & Wellness

Current Classes

Mark has over 30 years' experience as head coach for high school and collegiate baseball teams, leading teams to regional and national championships, winning league titles, playoffs, and twice went to the NCAA Division III World Series.

br> Mark is a graduate of Buena High School in California where he was standout baseball player and football player as a catcher and quarterback respectively, and went on to attnd Westmont College (CA) where he played collegiately.

In 1995 Magdaleno returned to his roots to accept a coaching position at Ventura College where he coached Brandon Knight (New York Yankees, New York Mets, and United States Olympic Team), the only,  “Player of the Year” in Ventura College baseball history, and returned later to continue coaching as an assistant coach from 2007-2010. Ventura advanced to the SoCal Regional Tournament two times in that span, winning two playoff games, the first in school history. In 2011 the opportunity to return to his alma mater and be the head coach at Buena High School (CA) took Magdaleno back to the high school game. From 2011-2014 Magdaleno served as the head coach for the Bulldogs, winning a Channel League title and reaching four straight CIF-SS Playoffs, including a run to the quarterfinals in 2011. Now a member of the Portland Pickles of the Great West League, who compete in a collegiate wood bat league, Mark is in charge the offense and the defense. Under Magdaleno the Pickles averaged 6.4 runs per game and lead the Great West League in team defense with a .962 fielding percentage. Currently he coaches the Clark College Penguins Baseball team.