Brett Jaime will be following in the footsteps of Washington State Baseball Hall of Fame coach Russ Hayden, after coaching the past 8 seasons at Kentlake. During his tenure at Kentlake the Falcons had multiple state berths, captured a league title, played in the State Finals in 2017 and graduated their winningest classes in school history 3 years in a row. Coach Jaime grew up in Covington where he played select baseball and was able to play one season at Kentlake where he was a 1st Team All-League catcher in 2001. He went on to play at The Master’s University in Southern California where he was named an NAIA All-American, setting school records in home runs, RBIs and doubles. Brett is in his 15th year as a teacher, teaches social studies at Tahoma, is the founder of the Jaime Baseball Academy (est. 2006) and currently coaches select baseball. He is married to Laura (16 years of marriage) and has 3 children, Bryce (9), Jaxson (8) and Reagan (5).

Brett’s goal is to help inspire athletes to capture a vision of what they are capable of becoming and pursue the axiom that “Champions Do Extra.” The goal for this year is to establish the Bear Nation culture built upon servant leadership, energy and being obsessed with improvement.