Go Time Athletics offers a great list of coaches to provide professional training and guidance for young athletes playing in all positions on the field.  We look forward to working with all athletes to assist them both physically and mentally to better their game at any level..

Coach Nate Santiago is a top hitting/infield coach in the area with years of coaching experience. His Collegiate baseball career began at Bellevue CC 2002-2005 and at Centenary College where he was the shortstop from 2005-2007.

After graduating from Centenary College Coach Santiago turned his baseball career towards coaching and became an assistant coach at Centenary College from 2007-2009 before moving back to the Pacific Northwest where he became an assistant coach under legendary Coach Mark Yoshino at Bellevue CC from 2009-2012. Coach Santiago then became the Hitting Coach at Pierce College from 2012-2014 and from 2014-2016 was the Assistant Coach at Edmonds CC.


Coach Santiago has also run and coached elite select programs, Baden, Easton, ProPlayer and Rijo Athletics from 2009-2018. 


Coach Santiago is available for Hitting/Infield lessons Mondays.


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Nate Santiago

Go Time Athletics

Hitting / Infield 


Coach Mitchell has years of experience in both playing and coaching.  While attending West Seattle High School he was a 3 sport letter winner in Football, Basketball and Baseball. He earned All Metro 1st Team Selection as an Outfielder in both his Junior & Senior years.

Coach Mitchell was drafted out of West Seattle High School in the 17th Round of the 1997 Major League Draft by the Houston Astro's but chose to go to college and play baseball. He played ball at Bellevue College and St. Martin's College before being drafted by the San Diego Padres. He played professional baseball in both the Frontier and Canadian baseball Leagues.

After his pro career Coach Mitchell trained and coached at the Arizona Diamondbacks,  Jim Lefevre Training Centers and at the University of Washington.

In 2008 Coach Romell was honored with being the recipient of the  Inspire the Future Award presented by Fidelity and the Seattle Mariners which is rewarded to citizen-volunteers who passionately and selflessly support youth in their communities through their involvement in performing arts and/or sports programs, and inspire participants and other volunteers with their actions and attitude.

Coach Mitchell is available for private hitting lessons Tuesdays and Fridays.

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Coach Lokey has been named the new Head Coach of the Edmonds Community College Softball Program for the 2020 season.​ The 2019 season Lokey  was the Seattle University assistant softball coach (2017-2019) helping them win the 2019 WAC Championship. Prior to Seattle U, Lokey had been the head coach at Chabot (Calif.) Community College from 2013-2017.


While at Chabot, her best season came in 2015-2016 with an overall team batting average of .330 and a .703 winning percentage. Lokey specializes in outfield, hitting and working with left-handed slappers.

Lokey took on an assistant coaching position for the elite travel club Sorcerer 16-U. During the 2017 summer season Lokey assisted in winning the TCS Colorado Sparkler tournament, 16-U Open bracket and finishing in ninth place during the 2017 PGF National Championships, 16-U Premier Division.

The Eugene, Oregon, native started her college playing career in 2007-2008 at Mt. Hood Community College. In 2008-2009, Mt. Hood would become NWAC Champions while Lokey earned First Team All-Conference and NFCA All-American honors.

Lokey then transferred to Academy of Art University to continue her playing career. Lokey holds the school's record for highest batting average at .437, slugging percentage .668, and on base percentage .528.   While at Academy of Art, Lokey earned PacWest Academic All-Conference Team (2011, 2012), All-PacWest 1st Team (2010, 2012), NFCA All-Region 2nd Team (2010), nine Player of the Week career selections (2010, 2012), and three PacWest Weekly Top 10 selections (2012).

Coach Lokey has a Masters Degree in Sports & Exercise Science. and runs our speed, agility & conditioning program and is available for private hitting lessons.


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Ashley Lokey  

Go Time Athletics Director of Softball Player Development

Softball Hitting/Slapping, Outfield Coach & Speed, Agility and Conditioning Coach


David Olson  

Go Time Athletics Hitting & Infield Coach

Coach Olson is the Associate Head Baseball Coach at Bellevue College. Olson played at Auburn High School, graduating in 2008. He was a four-year letterman and led his team to the state playoffs all four years. During his High School career he was an All-South Puget Sound League (SPSL) third baseman, first baseman and honorable mention pitcher. As a senior, Olson collected All-SPSL First Team, Seattle Times Star Times, and Tacoma News Tribune All-Area, and All-State honors.


His collegiate career started at Washington State University where he redshirted the 2009 season due to an arm injury. He transferred to Tacoma Community College and was named to the Western Region All Star Team and was named First Team Utility NWAC. At the plate, he appeared in all 40 games, knocked in a team high 34 RBI’s (12th overall in NWAC), batted .318 with 41 hits including seven doubles and four home runs giving him a .465 slugging percentage and a .431 on-base %.


Continuing his playing career at Campbell University, Olson, earned Second Team All-Big South and College Sports Madness All-Big South First Team selections. In 2013 he was one of twelve nationwide finalists for the NCAA Division 1 John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award. He also earned Capital One Second Team Academic All-American and named NCCSIA First Team All-State.  He posted a career .349 batting average with 81 RBI’s, 86 runs, 143 hits, 30 doubles, 8 home runs, a triple and 4 stolen bases in 113 games.

Coach Olson is available for private hitting lessons Mondays.

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Coach Sean White attended Mercer Island High School and played for the Islanders from 1996-1999 where he was an honorable mention, All-American, and All-KingCo selection.


White went on to pitch at the University of Washington from 2000-2003 where he earned All-Pac-10 honorable mention in both 2002 and 2003 for the Huskies. 


White was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the 8th round of the 2003 draft. In 2007, White made his Major League Baseball debut with the Seattle Mariners, where he played until 2010.  White went on to play for the Boston Red Sox, Colorado Rockies, Los Angeles Angels and Los Angeles Dodgers organizations. 

Coach White is available for Pitching lessons Mondays.


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Sean White

Boost Sports Data


Go Time Athletics
Pitching Coach


Ryan Wiggins  

Go Time Athletics Catching & Hitting Coach

Coach Wiggins, a West Seattle native played four years on the West Seattle High School Varsity baseball team where he was captain his junior and senior year. He led the team to four straight league titles and to the state tournament as a sophomore and senior. Coach Wiggins was a first-team 3A all-state catcher in 2010 and named to the All-Metro League first team as a catcher his senior year and was also the first-team All-Metro catcher as a junior, second team as a sophomore and honorable mention as a freshman.


He was selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 46th round of the 2010 major league draft but opted to attend the University of Washington where in his freshman year he started in 36 games, 25 starts at DH, nine at catcher, one at first base and one in right field. He earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 as a freshman. 

After his college career in 2014 Coach Wiggins played for the Los Angeles Angels farm team the Arizona League Angels. He then played 3 years in the Independent League, 2 for the American Association Lincoln Saltdogs and 1 for the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs in the Atlantic League.

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Coach McCullough  is one of the most decorated baseball players from West Seattle.  McCullough, a standout shortstop was a four-time first team all-metro selection at West Seattle High School and selected to the Washington 3A All-State team as a senior. 

After his senior year McCullough was selected in the 33rd round of the 2016 MLB Draft by the Seattle Mariners. 

McCullough played with the 2015 18U Team USA that earned a gold medal at the 2015 WBSC Championship in Osaka, Japan. 

In his freshman year McCullough played in 53 games at University of Oregon where he totaled 46 hits including six doubles, four triples and one home run, with 22 RBI's and 24 runs scored.

His sophomore year McCullough transferred to Chipola Community College where he helped them to a 49-17 overall record and it's second straight NJCAA National Championship. Named to the All-Tournament Team as an infielder and named the Jay W. Tolman Most Outstanding Defensive Player, the Elite Hitter and the Preston Walker Most Valuable Player. 

His Junior year McCullough played at University of Alabama starting in 54 games and finishing as the overall team leader in triples (3) and tying for the lead in doubles (12) and multi-hit games (17).

Coach McCullough was selected in the 22nd round of the 2019 MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Angels.

We are honored to have Coach McCullough at Go Time Athletics as he spends his off-season here in Seattle getting ready for the 2020 baseball season. CoachMcCullough is one of our camp/clinic coaches and is available for private hitting and infield lessons. 


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Morgan McCullough  

Los Angeles Angels

Go Time Athletics Baseball

Head Infield Coach

November-February 15

Nicole Bolasky

Go Time Athletics Softball Hitting/Slapping, Outfield Coach 

Coach Bolasky, is currently a Edmonds CC assistant coach. Bolasky graduated from Seattle University in 2018. Her senior year Bolasky made 47 starts in centerfield, making 55 total appearances and set a single-season school record with 27 stolen bases. Bolasky also scored 27 runs, posted five multi-steal outings, including a career-high four stolen bases vs. Southern Utah on March 2, logged pair of three-hit contests, going 3-4 against Southern Utah (March 2) and vs. Montana (March 3).

In 2017 Bolasky hit .336 in 48 appearances. and stole six bases, second-most on the team, ranked fourth with 45 hits, scored 21 runs, added three doubles and a triple, tallied 14 multi-hit games (second-most on the team), including three-hit showings against Sacramento State (2/25) and at Hawaii (3/3), notched a six-game hitting streak from 3/5-3/17, served as team's primary leadoff hitter, starting 36 games in the top spot in the order.

Bolasky played two seasons at Lower Columbia College where she hit .473 with 69 stolen bases and 88 hits as a sophomore and was named NFCA First Team All-American, During her freshman season, Bolasky batted .370, scored 45 runs, and stole 37 bases.

Bolasky holds both the All-Time Individual Single Season Record for stolen bases (27) at Seattle University and the Division 1 Individual Single Season Leader in Stolen Bases (27) While at Lower Columbia Bolasky holds the record for most steals (69) Most at Bats (186) and 2nd Most Hits (88).

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Coach Suguro played at the University of Washington where after her freshman year became a 3 year starter at second base.   In her Sophomore year she was the 2nd base starter in their run in the 2013 Women’s College World Series where they fell just 1 game short of making it to the Championship game.

By the end of her college career Coach Suguro was awarded the NFCA Division I All-Pacific Region 2nd-Team Selection, 3 Time All Pac-12 Honorable Mention, 3 Time Academic All Pac-12 Honorable Mention, Pac-12 All-Defensive Honorable Mention, and made the ESPN SportsCenter’s Top 10 Plays of the Night during the 2013 Women's College Super Regionals with an incredible defensive play.


Coach Suguro was a standout athlete at Kentridge High School where she finished her high school softball career as the schools all-time leader in most hits, runs scored, doubles and assists. She was the 2007 and 2008 Kentridge HS Defensive MVP ,2007-2010 SPSL All-League Selection, 2009 and 2010 Kentridge HS Team MVP, 2010 Seattle Times All-Area Team, 2010 Tacoma News Tribune All-Area Team, 2010 SPSL Pitcher of the Year, and 2010 All-State selection.

Coach Suguro is available for private hitting & infield lessons.

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Kelli Suguro 

Go Time Athletics Softball Coach 

Hitting & Infield Coach

Eli Wilson

Go Time Athletics

Catching Coach   

November - February 15

Coach Eli Wilson, graduated from Garfield High School in 2016, earning letters in baseball and cross country.  Wilson was named to the all-state all-star team in 2016 and the all-state third team his junior season, named all-conference twice and was named all-area by the Seattle Times. Wilson had a .394 batting average his senior season along with 17 RBIs and 14 stolen bases, a .469 on-base percentage and a .563 slugging percentage his senior season. Wilson ended his prep career with a .306 batting average, 71 hits, 39 RBIs, 40 runs scored, 20 stolen bases and posted a .962 fielding percentage over his high school career. Wilson was a member of the Seattle Mariners scout team and was drafted in the 37th round of the 2016 MLB Draft by the Seattle Mariners.

Wilson attended University of Minnesota 2016-2018 and in his Junior year he was an All-Big Ten First Team selection leading Minnesota with his .294 batting average, reaching base at a .382 clip and slugging .453 with five home runs, 15 doubles, 29 RBIs, and 32 runs scored. Academic All-Big Ten Selection receiving the Richard “Chief” Siebert Memorial MVP Award voted on by teammates and Paul Molitor Batting Champion title.


Wilson was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 16th round of the 2019 MLB Draft. 


We are honored to have Coach Wilson at Go Time Athletics as he spends his off-season here in Seattle getting ready for the 2020 baseball season.  Coach Wilson is one of our camp/clinic coaches and is available for private catching lessons. 

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Coach Hellinger, is currently in the Texas Rangers farm system. Hellinger attended West Seattle High School where he posted school records for most wins, innings pitched, and strikeouts. Was the 2013 Washington State Player of the Year, 2013 Seattle Times All-Area team and drafted by the Seattle Mariners in 2013.

Played two years 2014 & 2015 for the College of San Mateo going 15-2 in two seasons for the Bulldogs, including a 9-0 mark as a sophomore. Hellinger earned First Team All-Conference as a pitcher.

Played for Gonzaga University in 2016 and 2017. In 2016 Hellinger went

3-1 with a 5.36 ERA and 30 strikeouts and 42.0 innings pitched as a junior leading the team with 26 appearances, all in relief.

In 2017 Hellinger made 23 appearances as a senior, starting one game going 4-3 with two saves, a 3.79 ERA in 40.1 innings. Had a 25/9 strikeout/walk ratio, third-best on the team.

We are honored to have Coach Hellinger at Go Time Athletics as he spends his off-season here in Seattle getting ready for the 2020 baseball season. Coach Hellinger is one of our camp/clinic coaches and is available for private pitching lessons. 

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Sam Hellinger

Go Time Athletics

Pitching Coach 

November - February 15


Jack Dellinger

Go Time Athletics

Pitching Coach 

*Currently unavailable

Coach Dellinger, from Bellevue, WA is a right hand pitcher and a 2016 graduate from Issaquah high school where he was a four-year letter winner. Compiled a 2.33 ERA and 152 strikeouts in 168 innings during his high school career. Named the team’s MVP as a senior while posting a 1.23 ERA and 101 strikeouts in 91 innings

Pitched a freshman season at Purdue and sophomore year at Chipola College. For the Boilermakers, appeared in 14 games, making nine starts posting a 2-4 with a 4.91 ERA.  At Chipola, appeared in 21 games and made eight starts posting a 4-1 record with one save and tossed one complete game. Struck out 61 batters in 48.0 innings pitches. Started the 2018 NJCAA National Championship game, a 10-7 win for Chipola over Walters State.

At Virginia Tech he appeared in 22 games with two starts posting a 5.81 ERA in 31.0 innings pitched, struck out 31 batters, walked 24.  In 10 appearances out of the bullpen, threw at least 1.0 innings without allowing a run and had a 4.30 ERA in 29.1 innings of relief. Second on the staff with nine relief appearances tossing at least 2.0 innings. Retired 12-of-20 first batters faced in relief outings. Had a total of 10 multi-K outings, while striking out the side once. Pitched a total of 21 scoreless innings, including 9.1 consecutive.  Also, threw 11 perfect frames and, at one point, retired nine straight batters 

2019 First-Year Player Draft – 32nd-round selection, Detroit Tigers

Coach Dellinger is available for private pitching lessons.

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Coach Ree played and graduated with a sport and exercise science degree from Seattle University. and is one of our speed and conditioning coaches. The Gresham, Ore., native was an All-WAC Second Team selection, starting all 57 games at second base for the Redhawks. In Ree's senior year she helped lead the Redhawks to their most successful season in program history, winning the WAC regular season and tournament championships and qualifying for their first Division I NCAA Tournament. Ree hit .337 to go with five home runs and 10 doubles. She homered in the final at-bat of her career, setting the school's career runs record (123).

We are honored to have Coach Ree at Go Time Athletics. Coach Ree is one of our speed and conditioning coaches and is also available for private hitting and fielding lessons. 

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Kaylee Ree

Go Time Athletics

Hitting, Infield. Speed & Conditioning Coach


Tyler Haggett

Go Time Athletics

Pitching Coach   

September 1 - June 15

Coach Haggett, from Edmonds, WA is a left hand pitcher and a 2003 graduate from Meadowdale high school where he was named an All-Star League First Team Pitcher in his senior season. 

After high school Haggett attended Edmonds CC and played baseball for the Tritons where in his freshman and sophomore year he pitched 22.2 innings going 2-0 with a 1.19 ERA. In 2004 Haggett transferred to San Jose State University D1 program where he played in both his Jr. and Sr. season as a reliever. Haggett made 12 appearances as a Spartan with a 7.04 ERA in 15 innings of work giving up 15 hits 12 runs 4 BB with 7 strikeouts. 

Since 2007 Coach Haggett has been a pitching coach for several successful summer programs such as Bankers Baseball, the Seattle Rainiers, the Seattle Wave and is currently the pitching coach for the 18U ProPlayer Baseball Club.

Coach Haggett is available for private pitching lessons.

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Go Time Athletics also have a number of Top High School, College level players & past Coaches that are available for providing lessons and instruction for the younger and less experienced players.

This allows young players to receive great instruction at a greater savings.

Lessons are only $45 plus tax an hour per player for a 2 to 3 on 1 lesson.

$40 plus tax per player (2 to 3 players with  1 Coach) -  for 3 SESSION Package

We have coaches available in both baseball and softball to instruct on hitting, throwing, catching, fielding  and the fundamentals on specific  positions. 

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Coaches for the

 Young & Beginner Program


Joe Baleto 

Go Time Athletics

Volleyball Coach  

Coach Joe Baleto  - Bio coming soon!

Coach Baleto is Go Time Athletics Head Volleyball Coach.


Coach Lucas Boyle is  a Seattle Dodgeball Club Member.  Coach Boyle is Coach of the USA's Men's National Team and ranked #7 2019 Top Men's Player in the US by the Dodgeball Tribune

"Lucas Boyle (West Region) This North-West beast, could argue he’s the most athletic, and quickest learner in dodgeball. A stud in 8.5" and foam, he’s picked up the no-sting game extremely well. Lucas was elected to the

Elite West All-Star team in a stacked region. He throws well, makes ridiculous catches look easy, and has a strategic mind and dodgeball IQ "

                                                                                               -Dodgeball Tribune 2018

Coach Boyle is Go Time Athletics Head Dodgeball Coach.

Lucas Boyle 

Go Time Athletics

Dodgeball Coach  

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