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Brad Ditter
Position: Assistant Coach

Brad Ditter enters his second season on the Washington coaching staff in 2014.

Ditter was the head baseball coach at Edmonds Community College from 2008 to 2012, posting an overall record of 123-53. Upon arriving at Edmonds it didn't take Ditter long to put his stamp on the baseball program. In his first year as head coach, the Tritons won the NWAACC title, and Ditter was named the NWAACC coach of the year as well as Northern region coach of the year. Ditter was also named NWAACC Northern region coach of the year in 2010. In coach Ditter's first four years he helped place over 60 players into Division I baseball, helped 42 players earn two-year degrees and saw 15 players drafted in to Major League Baseball.

Ditter graduated from Redmond High School in 1999 where he was a two-sport, all-state baseball and basketball player. He played collegiately at Edmonds CC (2000-2002), where he was also a two-sport stand-out in both basketball and baseball. In 2002, he hit .445 as part of the NWAACC Championship Baseball team and earned All Northern Division and NWAACC 1st teams as well as tournament MVP honors.

After receiving his Associate of Arts degree from Edmonds CC in 2002, Ditter went on to play baseball at New Mexico State University (2002-2003), where he hit .402 and holds three single season records. In 2003, he was drafted by the Montreal Expos in the 13th round and was named team MVP in 2004 by the Vermont Expos of the New York Penn League. He played three seasons with the Expos (now Washington Nationals) reaching the Double-A level.

Ditter assists head coach Heather Tarr in all aspects of recruiting and serves as the offensive bench coach during games. He also has a prominent role in developing the Husky hitters and assists defensive coordinator J.T. D'Amico with the Husky defense.

In 2007, he earned his Bachelor of Science degree with a minor in Business Administration from Central Washington University.

Ditter and his wife, Rebecca, a third grade school teacher, reside in Lynnwood, Wash.

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