Gary Alexander played 6 years of professional baseball in the Texas Rangers and Philadelphia Phillies organizations. He has won championships as a player at the high school level (James Logan High 1982), the junior college level (Laney college 1985), Division 1 college level (University of Arizona 1986), the AA professional level (Tulsa Drillers 1988), and the AAA professional level (Scranton Wilkes-Barre 1991). Named the Northern California Player of the Year for Junior Colleges in 1985, he batted .401 and had a 1.25 ERA as a pitcher. He pitched the final game of the 1986 college world series and was voted to the all-tournament team as both a pitcher and a hitter. He was also voted the MVP of his AA professional team, the Reading Phillies. Gary Alexander coached championship winning High School teams for 20 years. The most recent titles were with the Freedom Falcons in 2008 and 2009. The Falcons were NCS champs in 2009. Coach Alexander has been running camps and providing individual instruction since his retirement from professional baseball in 1993. He enjoys teaching and gets satisfaction from seeing his students succeed.