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Mission of the La Sierra University Athletics Department
It is the aim of the La Sierra University Athletic Department to develop the student-athlete within the context of the university's Seventh-day Adventist religious philosophy. The ultimate goal of our athletic participation is to develop individuals willing to work for the wellness and wholeness of mankind, even as we see to achieve optimal results in the athletic arena. We believe involvement in organized athletics is designed to help students mature in their physical, mental, moral, ethical, and spiritual value spheres. At the same time student-athletes develop the attributes of self-control, self-assurance, camaraderie, hard work, and leadership skills.
This is Head Coach Gabe Gamboa's first year with La Sierra University. Though new to the program, he has already made significant contributions with his wealth of knowledge and program improvements.
Prior to taking over the baseball program, Coach Gamboa was the Head Coach and Team Coordinator for the ABCL Tigers. In addition, he has instructed for California Instructional Baseball Academy and Amateur Baseball Development. Coach Gamboa has worked as Head JV Baseball Coach and Assistant Varsity Baseball Coach at Ramona High School in Riverside, California, and has also been giving private hitting instruction for many years. He has worked as a volunteer high school baseball coach with Arlington High School and La Sierra Academy both in Riverside, California.
Coach Gamboa was a participant in the 1996 Jr. Pan American Games played in Mexico City, Mexico. He played for Coach Gary Rungo of Arlington High school in Riverside, California, and Coach Gamboa was personally mentored by former professional baseball player Mike Stubbins.
Michael Moheit joins the La Sierra University Baseball program as the Assistant Coach and will assume the duties as the Recruiting Coordinator.
He arrives to La Sierra University after helping start the baseball program at Pacifica College, where he was the infield & catcher coach, and the recruiting/schedule coordinator. He also served as the hitting coach in which he improved the team batting average to its all time high.
He brings over 20 years of experience coaching at the college and high school levels. He has filled coaching rolls as a Head Coach, Assistant Coach, First and Third Base Coach, Hitting Instructor. During the summer, Moheit coaches the Elsinore Heat of the Orange County Collegiate League (OCCBL).