CAL RAYS COACHES &
STRENGTH TRAINER

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Les Lagier
(408) 455-3455
leslagier@protonmail.com

Les has been coaching softball and baseball for over 20 years. He has been fortunate to be mentored by some of the game's best trainers and coaches over those years. Come and check out the Cal Rays training for yourself.

His 31-year-old daughter, Akemi, won numerous awards and finished her pitching career at a local JC. His 25-year-old son, Michael, finished his baseball career at Chico State and graduated with a BS in Kinesiology.

Michael is now an athletic trainer in the local Sacramento area, and will be the Strength Coach for Cal Rays.

Les started Cal Rays in 2017. He formed and coached three Cal Rays teams in his organization before moving to Roseville, CA. in 2021. He is passionate about teaching players the game and helping his players develop their skillset.

 

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New Cal Rays Coach to be announced soon. Our Coach was the liaison for over 40 of his players helping them find their ideal match for a college to study and play softball. He has coached travel ball for 14 years, with 3 years at the 18U Gold level. We are excited for the new coaching addition to the Cal Rays organization.
 
Our coach says, “There are over 1,000 NCAA, NAIA schools in the US with a softball program. I can help your player find a school to continue their education and play college softball. Finding the ideal match is the key.”
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Michael Lagier
(408) 516-6780
michaellagier6@gmail.com

 

Michael Lagier graduated from Chico State with a BS in Kinesiology. He was a utility player for the Chico State baseball team.

Michael is now an athletic trainer in the local Sacramento area. Michael will be the strength coach for Cal Rays while giving position-specific training to our players.

He appeared in 19 games for the Wildcats his last season. Highlights for the season include... A game-winning RBI single on March 4th vs. San Francisco State. In the Conference tournament, after stealing 2nd and 3rd base, he scored the winning run on a wild pitch in the bottom of the 14th inning on March 23rd in the ’Cats 9-8 victory over Cal State San Bernardino, sending the 'Cats to the Conference Championship AND clinching the Wildcats Regional tournament bid. Pre-Chico Days: Played two seasons at Hartnell College in Salinas. Earned Second-Team All-Coast Pacific Conference honors in 2016, and held the second-highest batting average in the CCAA conference for most of the season… A 2014 graduate of Valley Christian High School in San Jose.