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Erik Wagle founded Dub Baseball in August of 2012 to provide a much needed service to his native area.  With a focus on development and service, Wagle has established the core values of Dub Baseball from the start and will continue to ensure that all Dub Baseball participants will have a great experience in the program.  Wagle brings a wealth of experience from collegiate and professional baseball to the youth players in the South Bay Area.  Wagle has sent over 50 players to college baseball,coached numerous college All Americans, and has mentored/advanced nearly 20 players to professional baseball.  

Wagle has served as an Associate Scout for the Washington Nationals.  Wagle was with the Nationals for six seasons after serving in the same role for the Los Angeles Dodgers.  Wagle was responsible for junior college evaluations in the Bay Area and high school evaluations for all players in the San Jose metropolitan area.  Wagle also assisted with various showcases and professional coverage.  

Wagle was also the commissioner of the Far West Collegiate Summer League for two years, one of the most prestigious collegiate summer leagues in the country.  Wagle was hired in March of 2012 to revive the unstable league.  He quickly turned the league around and the Far West League was ranked as one of the top 20 collegiate summer leagues in the nation in August 2012 by Perfect Game.  The Far West League features some of the most talented collegiate players in the country that come from some of the best universities in the nation

 Wagle coached at California State University Monterey Bay for two seasons before returning home to start Dub Baseball.  While at CSUMB, Wagle helped build the dormant program from the worst ranked team in Division II in 2010, to a university first national ranking in the 2012 season, completing a dramatic turnaround of the program in a very short amount of time.  At CSUMB, Wagle was responsible for pitching, strength/conditioning, recruiting, academics, fundraising, and NCAA compliance.  Wagle quickly turned around a pitching staff that had an 8.95 ERA in the 2010 season, to one that ranked at the top of the conference in all categories during his tenure.  Each of Wagle’s pitching staffs broke the school record for ERA and Opponents Batting Average during his two seasons with the Otters.  Wagle’s recruiting efforts were also a main reason for the dramatic turnaround of the CSUMB program.  Wagle signed 25 players to Letters of Intent in his first recruiting class and signed more than 30 players in his two years as Recruiting Coordinator.  Wagle’s impact was also felt in the classroom, as the CSUMB Baseball team sported the highest male sports Grade Point Average at CSUMB during his two years.  The CSUMB program continued to reap Wagle’s benefits after his departure, as several of his recruits were drafted into professional baseball. 

 Before heading to CSUMB, Wagle was the Associate Head Coach at San Jose City College for two seasons.  While at San Jose City, the Jaguars experienced the two most successful seasons in school history by going to the State Super Regional Playoffs both years, one of only six teams in the state to accomplish the feat during that time span.  SJCC also led the Golden Gate Conference in wins during Wagle’s tenure.  Wagle was responsible for all aspects of the San Jose City program, including pitching, recruiting, strength/conditioning, academics, and fundraising.  Both of SJCC’s record-breaking teams were led by a high-powered pitching staff.  The 2009 staff broke the school record for ERA, while both staffs ranked in the top 10 in ERA in the State.  Every pitcher during Wagle’s tenure at SJCC signed a Division I or II scholarship.  Wagle also led SJCC Baseball’s academic program, and the squad sported the highest male sports Grade Point Average in the college.  100% of San Jose City baseball players transferred to 4-year universities during Wagle’s tenure, the highest mark in the State.  

 Wagle started his career coaching in his hometown at his alma mater, Live Oak High School.  During his five seasons at Live Oak, the Acorns won three league championships, including the program’s first Central Coast Section championship in 2008, Wagle’s final season at Live Oak.  At Live Oak, Wagle was responsible for pitching, strength/conditioning, and fundraising.  Wagle’s 2008 pitching staff broke the school record for ERA with a 2.08 mark.  

 Wagle is a published author and journalist.  He also wrote on a popular national blog,, during his collegiate coaching career. 

 Wagle’s playing career started at Live Oak High School, where he was an All Monterey Bay League player.  Wagle moved on to San Jose City College, where he was a JC All American in his sophomore season, leading the nation in Saves and setting the school record in the same category.  Wagle signed a scholarship with Division 1 UC Riverside before playing his final two seasons at Division II power Sonoma State.  

Wagle has a Masters degree from Saint Mary’s College in Health and Physical Education, a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Sonoma State, and teaching credentials in Physical Education and Social Sciences.  Wagle has served as a Professor in the Kinesiology Department at CSUMB and was a Physical Education Instructor while at SJCC.  

 Wagle is a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association and is a certified NCAA recruiter.    

Wagle is single and currently resides in Morgan Hill, CA.



CJ Goularte co-founded Dub Baseball because of his desire to raise the level of play in the area and to serve his hometown.  Goularte has been a fundamental member of the Dub Baseball staff and shares the vision of developing the youth in the South Bay Area.   A career educator and coach, Goularte has established himself as one of the brightest young coaches in baseball. Goularte is adept at the technicalities of the game and coaches the details of baseball at an extremely high level.

Goularte is currently entering his fifth season as the Head Coach at Live Oak High School, his alma mater. Goularte was also an assistant at Live Oak for six seasons before taking the reins from legendary coach Mark Cummins.  During his seven years with the Acorns, Live Oak has won 2 league championships and the program's only central coast section championship in 2008.

As an assistant, Goularte was responsible for infield and team defense, hitting, baserunning, and strength/conditioning.  During the historic 2008 season, Goularte's tutelage produced a team defense that led the Acorns to its first CCS championship.   As the head coach, he is responsible for the entire program and he has continued the Tradition of Excellence that Live Oak Baseball has represented for the last three decades.  Goularte has coached many players that developed and progressed into successful college baseball players, including Dub alumni Mitch Hickey, who was recently named a freshman All American at Oregon State.

Before his coaching tenure at LOHS, Goularte served as the Head Coach of the junior varsity baseball team at Sobrato High School for one season.   While at Sobrato, Goularte helped build the foundation for the new program and coached many future all league players.

Goularte began his playing career at Live Oak High School, where he was an All Monterey Bay League selection his senior season.  He still holds the school record for Hit By Pitches.  The scrappy infielder began his collegiate career at De Anza College before transferring to Gavilan College for his sophomore campaign.   Goularte played his final two collegiate seasons with Division II power Abilene Christian University where he helped the progam win two Lone Star Conference titles as a starting infielder.

Goularte has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Abilene Christian University and a Masters degree in Special Education.  He also holds teaching credentials in Social Sciences and Special Education.  He has been teaching at Live Oak High School since 2007.

Goularte is a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association and the Northern California Baseball Coaches Association.

Goularte is married to Kristen, and the couple has a daughter and a son.  The Gourlarte's reside in Gilroy, CA





Doug Porras co-founded Dub Baseball to serve his hometown community and to display his desire to help the youth in the South Bay Area.  Porras' vision for the development of youth baseball in the area led to the composition of the core values for Dub Baseball.  In his young coaching career, Porras has displayed his talent as a hitting coach and a strength/conditioning instructor.  Porras' desire to serve and his vast knowledge of the game will continue to showcase Dub Baseball's mission of development and service.

Porras is entering his fourth season as the hitting and strength/conditioning coach at Live Oak High School.  2008 marked his first season of coaching baseball, and his impact was felt immediately as Live Oak won it's first Central Coast Championship in program history.  During the one season break in his playing career, Porras assisted with all aspects of the program and focused on hitting and outfield defense.

Upon completion of his playing career, Porras coached at Central Cal Baseball, serving as the head coach of the elite travel baseball organization.   Porras was responsible for all aspects of his team and led a very successful group of young men for the entire season.

Porras' playing career started at Live Oak High School.   While at LOHS, Porras was a two-time All Tri County Athletic League player, including being named the TCAL MVP at the conclusion of his senior campaign.  Porras moved on to West Valley College, where he was a Junior College All American his sophomore season as a Viking.   Porras signed with NAIA power Lewis & Clark State, but left the program in 2008 and coached at Live Oak for a season.  The left-handed hitter played his final two seasons at Division II power Cal State Stanislaus.   Porras helped the Warriors garner a preseason ranking of #1 in the nation in 2009.   Porras' playing career ended in historic fashion, slamming four homeruns in his final game as a baseball player.

Porras has his Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology from CSU Stanislaus.

Porras is married to Dub Softball Director, Sarah Loccarnini, and the couple currently resides in Morgan Hill, CA.




Seth Hudson joins the Dub Baseball coaching staff with a wealth of playing and coaching experience.  The Hollister native is a specialist in hitting, catching, and team defense concepts.  Hudson will work with all ages in the Dynasty program and focus on the high school age Dynasty teams in the summer.  Hudson is currently entering his second season as an assistant at public school power San Benito High School.  He began his coaching career as an assistant at Live Oak under Goularte's tutelage.
Hudson graduated from San Benito High School in 2005.  While playing for the Balers, Hudson was a first-team All Tri-County Athletic League player his junior and senior seasons, while also adding a TCAL Gold Glove award in 2005.  Hudson went on to have a banner junior college career at Gavilan College.  After the completion of his sophomore season he was named Coast Conference first-team and a junior college All-American.  Hudson led the team in most offensive categories to go along with his .408 batting average.  

Hudson continued his career by signing a scholarship with Division II power Cal State Stanislaus, where he led the school to its very first #1 national ranking.  Hudson was a starting catcher for the Warriors during his career and was a 2-time academic All American.  

 Hudson graduated from CSUS with a bachelor's degree in Liberal Studies with a minor in English and Multicultural Literature.  Hudson is currently pursuing his teaching credentials. 

Hudson is engaged and currently resides in Salinas, CA.





Longtime Morgan Hill coaching legend Ralph Villafuerte joined the Dub Baseball coaching staff in the Summer of 2013 because of his desire to be involved with high level youth baseball, his love for the founders of Dub Baseball, and to continue his 30+ years of service to youth baseball players in the South Country area.  Villafuerte will bring his passion and love for coaching to the entire Dynasty program, mentoring and tutoring all of the program's players. 

 Villafuerte has impacted youth baseball in the South County in numerous ways.  Villafuerte coached the Morgan Hill Pony Baseball Palomino team for 15 years and took the squad to numerous regional and sectional championships.  He was also the coach of the freshman team at Live Oak for 10 years, coaching many of the players that went on to make Live Oak one of the most successful high school baseball programs in Northern California.  Villafuerte served in a variety of roles for Morgan Hill Pony Baseball, including a 7 year stint as Vice President of the league.  His impact on baseball in the South Country is far reaching and he is no doubt a favorite coach for anyone that has played for him.  

Villafuerte's son, Brandon, was the first player in Morgan Hill history to reach the Major Leagues.  Brandon pitched for over 10 seasons in professional baseball, reaching the Major Leagues with 4 different organizations.  Brandon was drafted by the Florida Marlins out of West Valley College, and later pitched for the Detroit Tigers, San Diego Padres, Texas Rangers, and Arizona Diamondbacks.

JD MADDEN - Dynasty Coach

J.D. Madden moved to Morgan Hill in 2014with his family from Brentwood, California.  He has been coaching competitive travel baseball for the last 7 years and has coached at all age groups from 9U to high school aged players.  

J.D. was the President of Elite Baseball and Softball in Brentwood, which also enjoyed the benefit of an indoor facility similar to Dub.  He has taken travel teams to Cooperstown, Arizona and Omaha in recent years.   

J.D. went to Paso Robles High School where he was a four-year varsity player.  He went on to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo to play baseball, but his college playing career ended before it began when he suffered a knee injury.  J.D.’s experience with youth baseball and his focus on player development fits perfectly with our program. 

SCOTT MASIK - Dynasty Coach/Hitting Instructor

Scott Masik brings a wealth of experience from college and professional baseball to Dub.  The experienced coach has worked with all levels of Dub, including leading the high school program and taking on youth teams as well.

Masik, a Santa Cruz native, prepped at Mitty High School in San Jose.  Masik started his collegiate career at San Jose City College, playing for Dub CEO Erik Wagle.  While at SJCC, Masik was a starting outfielder and the the leadoff for maybe the strongest team in college history.  Masik moved on to play for Division II power Cal State Los Angeles and was an All Conference player.  The speedy outfielder was drafted by the Oakland Athletics and played professionally in the organization for 3 seasons.  

Masik is pursuing his Masters in Kinesiology from San Jose State University and has also been working as a speed and sensory specialist.  

Softball Coaches


Sarah Locarnini has teamed with Dub Baseball/Softball to bring her vast knowledge of the sport of softball and her energy to the youth of the South County area.  The lifelong Morgan Hill resident's vision and enthusiasm were key factors in the birth of Softball in the Dub program and these traits will ensure the sports success in the unique program.

Locarnini is currently entering her second season as the Head Softball Coach at Live Oak High School.  Her impact on the program was felt immediately in her first season, raising the level of play and energy in the program.  Locarnini excelled in placing her players at the next level, with 3 of her graduating seniors receiving scholarships at universities. 

Locarnini grew up playing competitive travel softball in the South County, Salinas, and San jose areas.  Locarnini starred for Live Oak High School during her 4 years on the varsity squad, being named the Blossom Valley Athletic League Most Valuable Player and the Live Oak Female Athlete of the Year in 2008.  Locarnini signed a scholarship to Division I power Purdue University out of high school, before finishing her collegiate career at Cal State Stanislaus.  While at Stanislaus, Locarnini broke the career and single season records for batting average, while also setting the single season record for stolen bases.  Locarnini was named first team All CCAA after the completion of her senior season.

Locarnini graduated from Cal State Stanislaus with a degree in Kinesiology (Health/Wellness Concentration).  She received academic rewards in the years 2010-2013.  

Locarnini resides in Morgan Hill, CA.  


Missy Corral, an Oakdale native, joins the Dub Baseball/Softball staff with extensive knowledge and an energy for teaching.  Corral shares the rest of the Softball staff's energy and vision for the growth of high-level softball in the area.  Corral will focus on catchers and hitters during the Dub Softball camps and on the Dynasty teams.

Corral starred behind the plate for Oakdale high school, starting at catcher for the varsity squad all 4 years of her prep career.  Corral's mastery as a hitter and catcher were well recognized, as she garnered 1st Team All League awards after her sophomore, junior, and senior seasons, while also receiving All District honors upon the completion of her senior year.  Corral began her collegiate career at Modesto Junior College, starting at catcher in both seasons for the Pirates. Corral also received academic recognition during her time with MJC.  Corral finished her playing career at Cal State Stanislaus, starting at catcher her junior and senior seasons and earning 2nd Team All Conference recognition.  In just two years at CSUS, Corral sits third on the career RBI list.  She also received more academic awards while a Warrior.  

Corral has extensive coaching experience in travel and collegiate ball.  She started her coaching career by coaching the California Grapettes from 206-2011.  She moved on to an Assistant Coach position at her alma mater, Cal State Stanislaus during the 2012 season.  Corral also gives private hitting and catching lessons.

Corral is single and resides in Gilroy, CA.  


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Morgan Hill, California 95037

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