Head Coach Zach Miller


Zach is a graduate of Yelm High School in 2006 and his college playing career started at Washington State University where he signed to pitch for the Cougars and head coach Donnie Marbut, now WCL president. A labrum injury forced a red-shirt season in 2007 and in 2008 he transferred to Green River CC to play for then head coach Matt Acker and helped the Gators to a 3rd place finish in the NWAACC while garnering the award as the best closer in the league with 9 saves. After a successful stop at Green River he continued his play at Western Oregon University after another labrum injury sidelined him in 2010. At WOU he was a part of two GNAC champion teams under then head coach Jeremiah Robbins (Head coach, Lewis-Clark State) and a regional berth in 2011.

Zach comes to Port Angeles with extensive knowledge of the WCL as he was a Bellingham Bell in 2007, and a Kitsap Bluejacket in 2008 and 2009. He competed in the Home Run Derby in 2007 when the WCL All-Star game was hosted by Bellingham.

Zach received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Western Oregon University in 2011. He finished his Master of Arts degree in teaching with a focus in Community Health in 2016 from Western Oregon University as well. He married his wife Maddie in August of 2015 and they now live in Roy, WA. Zach is an assistant coach at Tacoma Community College for the 2016-2017 season.


Pitching Coach Scott Anderson



Hitting/Defense Coach Brandon Templer

brandon-templerCoach Templer joins the Port Angeles Lefties from Hoquiam, WA, where he is a catching coach for Grays
Harbor College. Originally from Missoula, MT, Templer played at North Idaho College (1998), Grays Harbor College (1999, All League Catcher) and Central Washington University (2000-2002, All Conference Catcher).

He also spent three years in the Pacific International League for the Grays Harbor Reign (1999-2002) and privately trained catchers and hitters before coming on as an Assistant Coach at Grays Harbor College. Templer likes wake surfing on Flathead Lake in Montana with his wife of 12 years, Darci, and their three children Camden, Jake and Avery.



Damon Porter – Bullpen Coach

porterCoach Porter joins Lefties Baseball as a Bullpen Coach. Known as a mean right-hander for the West Coast League’s West Coast Guns, Porter started at Olympia High School and went on to pitch for Central Arizona College and Faulkner University. He had pro offers, but chose to spend three years working fires for the Forest Service.

Porter has coached bullpen for Edmonds College and been an Assistant Coach for the West Coast Guns and Kitsap BlueJackets. He plays hard off the field too, snowboarding and hiking with his dog.
Porter is also an amateur photographer and writer and an aspiring sports psychologist.