Ron has been a private softball pitching and catching instructor since 2003. He has been coaching softball since 1995. I was the pitching coach for RR Gold out of Stockton with head coach Bob Regpala. I coached for five years at Folsom High School. Ron currently has 75 students that come to him for lessons. I have over 310 college pitchers in college.
Past Coached Teams
2017 Sierra College Pitching Coach
2003 to 2015 Pitching Coach Runnin Rebels Gold (18 Gold)
2008 Pitching Coach California Grapette's Gold (18 Gold)
2000-2005 Assistant Coach Folsom High School (Varsity)
2002 Assistant Coach Nor Cal Lite (14u)
2001 Assistant Coach California Sting (14u)
2000 Assistant Coach Fresno Force (12u)
1998-1999 Head Coach Sacramento Dynasty (12u)
1997 Assistant Coach Lady Blazers (10u)
Rob Diggle has been coaching either baseball or softball since the early 1980's. He was a high school baseball coach at San Benito High School in Hollister, CA from 1981 -1984. From 1985 -1989 he was an assistant coach at two Pac 10 schools. Rob worked on a Master's degree and helped at Stanford in the 85'-86' seasons and then spent 3 years as an assistant at the University of Washington. While at Washington coach Diggle completed his Masters Degree in Kinesiology from San Jose State University. Rob's primary responsibilities were hitting, recruiting, and infield play at UW.
Bob’s Fast pitch Softball career started back in 1977, where he played for Carmelita’s of Roseville Calif. Continued to play for the next 14 years for a variety of A and Open A travel teams at the national level based out of Sacramento California. Bob ended his playing career with the
Bob started coaching in 1995 at a local recreational league in Orangevale California, where he coached for two years. In 1997 he started coaching travel ball with the Golden Thunder 12U. Bob continued coaching with a variety of travel teams;
Bob was Head Varsity Softball coach at Bella Vista High School in Fair Oaks California from 2002 to 2007, where he led the Bronco’s to their first playoff berth in 20 years in the 2007 season.
Bob was also an assistant coach at Sac City College for four years.
Bob was the hitting coach for Sierra College.
His son Heath Hayes played baseball at San Diego State where he received All American honors and was also named MVP of the WAC he senior year (1994). Heath was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in 1994 and went on to play seven years with the Indians organization, ending his career with the Triple A
Bob is married to Janet Hayes (30 years) and a proud father of four daughters and one son and three grand children.
With over 20 years experience as a coach and private instructor in Fastpitch Softball, Bill has taught hundreds of athletes the essential fundamentals as well as the elite techniques to be successful on the field. Bill was a D1 college catcher and has since spent many years passing on the skills of catching. In addition to catching, Bill has taught many hitters both the fundamental and elite techniques of hitting, including left handed slapping. Also included is the mental side of hitting to be successful on the field.