Starting with his days of being a two-time ‘Sporting News All American’ and NCAA Division I National Champion in 1968, Pat launched a career that began with him playing with the Los Angeles Dodgers Organization to being a Dodger hitting instructor just before he retired.
In between those points in his life, he spent 28 years in collegiate coaching positions achieving 3 NCAA National Championships, 11 Division I League Championships and 16 All American Titles. While at Pepperdine University, he was named the West Coast Athletic Conference’s “Coach of the Year”.
Coach Harrison has also spent years directing camps and clinics for both players and coaches. He joined Proformance after many years of owning his own facility Competitive Edge Sports. He has helped Proformance put together the best instructors in the State. In his personal time, he remains active in community programs and as a public speaker.
Coach Harrison is available to give baseball hitting, fastpitch hitting and slowpitch hitting lessons to the more advanced player. Players scheduling lessons with Coach Harrison should have a minimum for five years of players experience.