Stanford Baseball Head Coach David Esquer Joins CrashCourse Advisory Board
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We are proud to welcome David Esquer to the CrashCourse advisory board. As The Clarke and Elizabeth Nelson Director of Baseball, Esquer has been a valued member of the athletics community at his alma mater Stanford University for many years.
Esquer graduated from Stanford University with a bachelor’s degree in economics and a master’s degree in sociology in 1987. As a starting shortstop, he helped Stanford win the 1987 College World Series. After graduation, he played three seasons in the minor league organizations of the Baltimore Orioles, California Angels, and Milwaukee Brewers.
David Esquer spent 18 years as the head coach at Cal and led the Bears to five NCAA Regionals and the 2011 College World Series. In 2018, David Esquer accepted the head baseball coaching position at Stanford, becoming a guiding force in the development of the program. In his initial year as coach, he guided Stanford to its first Pac-12 Conference title since 2004.
We are grateful for Esquer’s guidance as a dedicated and accomplished leader in the athletic community as we continue to create the CrashCourse educational program for young athletes.