Nick Carmichael

Nick has managed Poway's JV teams since 2015. He played baseball at Rancho Bernardo and football at the University of Redlands. He was drafted out of Palomar college by the Baltimore Orioles in the 17th round, but opted to return for another year at Palomar, where he was drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the 24th round of the 2012 draft. While at Palomar, Nick was on the 2011 and 2012 All-Pacific Coast Conference team with a combined ERA of 2.76. Nick was with the Detroit Tigers from 2012 to 2014 and posted a career ERA of 3.25.  

Caleb Guy

Caleb has coached the Poway Freshman teams since 2018. He graduated from Christian Life Academy in 2013, after playing 4 years of baseball and also lettering in basketball and volleyball. Caleb played club ball at CSU San Marcos where he pitched, played first and outfield. 

Deron Johnson

Anthony Pizzo

Deron Johnson Jr is the son of Poway coach, Deron Johnson, and grandson of ex-big league coach Deron Johnson. Deron played catcher at Poway High School and played college baseball at San Diego State. As a senior at Poway, Deron hit .336 with a .408 on-base percentage. 

Coach Pizzo began assisting the Poway JV team in 2022. He played four years in high school as a utility player at Horizon Christian Academy. He then played two years at San Diego City College as one of the team's starting pitchers, and then transferred to University of Saint Katherine where he pitched in relief. During his time at St Katherine, he became a key reliever in their bullpen racking up the most appearances each season. 

Brady Ware

Brady is a current Junior pitcher and utility player at the University of St. Katherine. He plays under ex-big leaguers Tom Brunansky and Daniel Stange. Brady played at Poway High School for 4 years.

PHS Players

Alongside the PHS coaching staff, camp coaches will include several varsity PHS Titan players. These players have been coached by the above High School coaches and have been "in the system" for at least 3 years. Many participated in previous Titan Camps before beginning their high school careers and bring a good mix of youthful energy to the camp.