ECHS Grad Reaches Back to Help Other Aspiring Baseball Players: Meet Coach Nick

South San Francisco, CA   July 12, 2018

Coach Nick picked up his baseball skills in South City and is now reaching back to help others develop successful skills.


It brings us great joy to recognize those who grew up in South City, who appreciate all that our community was able to offer them during those years, and to see them reach back to younger generations to make a big difference. And Nick Moisant is just that person and we salute him as we introduce his Baseball Coaching Services.

Nick was graduated from El Camino High School where he played baseball all four years before moving onto Cañada College (2016 & 2017) continuing another two seasons while graduating with Honors, and with further credit attributed to National Champion at Southeastern University (2018)

As a current Collegiate Baseball Player with 20+ years of playing experience. Nick has also coached little league, high school, and even college players covering a great expanse of ages (ranging from 4 to 21) and of all skill levels.

For those interested in private coaching sessions Coach Nick is the guy to check out and he gives this overview of his session plan; A typical session starts out with a warm up, followed by arm care prehab. Depending on age and skill level the throwing program will be adjusted accordingly. Clients can also expect to see drills and flat grounds/bullpens included in their sessions. While Coach Nick specializes in pitching he is also available for private and small group sessions. “I’m very excited to help the youth of South City follow in my footsteps and achieve their goals and follow their dreams!” Coach Nick said.

Sessions are held at Ponderosa Elementary School and at Orange Memorial Park with an hour in-person training one athlete at $40/session he offers great discounts on package deals. More info CLICK HERE

It is good to note that Coach Nick utilizes the ‘Coach Up’ platform which provides background checks ensuing another level of safety for our players. More info on Coach Up CLICK HERE.


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