Doug Williams is entering his 22nd year as the head baseball coach at the College of San Mateo. The CSM Bulldogs have averaged 32 wins per season since 1995 and have recorded 20 trips to the Northern California State Playoffs. During the past 18 years, 248 of 255 Bulldog players have transferred to four-year colleges or signed professionally. His twenty-one year record at CSM is 649-274 and he is a eight-time recipient of the Coast Conference Coach of the Year Award, most recently winning the award in 2015.
Doug played NCAA Division I baseball and graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara. He has a Master’s Degree in Health and Physical Education with an emphasis in Biomechanics. His thesis “A Three Dimensional Biomechanical Analysis of Fastball and Forkball Pitchers” was featured on the front cover of an issue of Collegiate Baseball Magazine.
Doug is a local product, having played baseball and graduated from Carlmont High School. He was an assistant coach at the College of San Mateo under the legendary John Noce. He was the head varsity baseball coach at Carlmont High School, capturing the Central Coast Section Division II Title. He then became the pitching coach at the University of San Francisco before moving to his current position at CSM.
Sam Stewart is in his second season as an assistant coach with the Bulldogs. He has experience as a high school coach with three different schools, most recently at Archbishop Mitty, as well as coaching experience with multiple travel ball organizations.