Brady graduated from South Kitsap High School in 2009 and was 2 time all state and 2 time league MVP. (first team 2008, 2009)
Played at Washington State University for 1 year where he medical redshirted. Did not play baseball the following year and restarted career at Sierra College; a junior college in Rocklin California. The following year attended Lewis Clark State hitting .430 and maintaining a 3.96 GPA.
Got picked up as an undrafted free agent by the New York Yankees in 2013. Played in the New York Yankees minor league system from July 2013 to April 2015.
Keith is a retired Army First Sergeant. He retired after twenty years of service where training, leading and coaching others in physical fitness was a daily part of his life. Since his retirement he has continued training and coaching others in all forms of fitness from youth strength and conditioning to adult fitness and weight loss. Keith is currently certified as a personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine with a specialty certification in Sports Performance Enhancement. He is also certified as a youth speed, agility and quickness coach through the International Youth Conditioning Association.
He is currently working towards a Master of Science degree in Sport and Health Science. Keith is passionate about coaching youth athletes and looks forward to another great year of strength and conditioning for both the baseball and softball programs at Northwest Prospects Academy.
Collin Monagle graduated from South Kitsap High School where he earned all-league honors in three seasons with the Wolves. In 2009, he was the number #2 ranked pitcher in the State of Washington through Baseball Northwest. He received a full scholarship to pitch for the University of Washington. He medically redshirted at the University of Washington after undergoing shoulder surgery.
Monagle transferred to Sierra Junior College in Rocklin California where Sierra reached the Final Four in the State of California JC Championships. The following year he received a scholarship to attend and play baseball for California State University, Monterey Bay winning the 2013 CCAA conference title and advanced to a Super Regional, one win away from the DII college world series. After completing his baseball career Monagle graduated from California State University, Monterey Bay with a B.S. in Kinesiology.
As an instructor, his approach is to help young pitchers maximize their potential by teaching them how to move correctly and build powerful, repeatable mechanics through tailored throwing programs, sport specific athletic resistance strength training, and conditioning.