Instructors

Steve Clark-
Westside High School Assistant Coach

1983-85 Westside High School Varsity – 2nd base
1986-90 Emporia State University Baseball
1992- present Omaha Westside Spring Varsity Baseball Assistant Coach
1991-2001 Pacesetter Head Coach
2002-2004 Omaha Westside Junior Legion Assistant Coach
2005-Present Omaha Westside Junior Legion Head Coach
Curt Shockey-
He is well known as one of the very elite baseball instructors.  His knowledge of hitting and pitching is well respected at every level of the game.  However, what really sets Curt apart from other instructors is his ability to "teach".  

Just a few of Coach Shockey's accomplishments:
   - Won over 1,000 games
   - 6 State Championships
   - All-State Coach 4 times
   - Regional Coach of the Year 2 times
   - One of 8 finalists for National Coach of the year twice
   - Coached over 100 kids who went to college with some form of scholarship
   - Coached 3 former players who went on to play professional baseball
   - Coached 3 high school All-Americans
   - Clinician at 2 National Baseball Conventions
   - Articles published on hitting, mental game, infield play and coaching philosophy
Clint Stoy-
Stoy spent the last two seasons at Labette Community College in Parsons, KS. As the recruiting coordinator and offensive and defensive instructor, Labette made two consecutive trips to the NJCAA Division 1 playoffs. Last season in 2012, Labette finished 15th in the country in hitting with a .335 team batting average and had the most successful season since 2003. Several players moved on to 4 year schools and the Division 1 level under Stoy’s tenure at Labette. Prior to Labette in 2010, Stoy was an assistant at the University of New Mexico, where the Lobos went to the Cal. St. Fullerton regional, which was the first regional appearance for New Mexico since 1962. In 2010, the Lobos finished with a .346 batting average which ranked 4th in the country. Prior to New Mexico Stoy made stops as an assistant at Crowder College in Neosho, MO and Nicholls St. University in Thibodaux, LA. While at Crowder and Nicholls St. Stoy coached several All Conference selections and coached several players drafted by Major League Baseball. Stoy also served as an associate scout for the Chicago White Sox from 2002-2005. In the summer of 2005 he was the associate head coach for the Laramie Colts in Laramie, WY where the Colts won the Mountain Collegiate championship.