- Years at CLU6
Adam Leavitt has been an assistant coach at Cal Lutheran since the 2008 season and remains one of the top assistants in the SCIAC. Coach Leavitt has been an instrumental part in Cal Lutheran's success on the field for the last eight years as an infield instructor and hitting coach. He has also developed a clear understanding of the collegiate recruiting process producing 30 All-SCIAC players as well as Cal Lutheran's all-time hits leader (Trevor Koons) and RBI leader (Nick Boggan).
Leavitt was born and raised in Thousand Oaks and grew up playing in Thousand Oaks Little League. He was a member of the 1999 Marmonte League Champion baseball team at TOHS and was the L.A. Times Ventura County Player of the Year in 2000 as a senior. A 2005 graduate from Division I Cal Poly-SLO, Leavitt earned First Team All-Big West second baseman honors, First Team Division I All-West Region, and was named the Ozzie Smith Most Valuable Player in 2003. He still holds the all-time record for double plays turned in a season and career for the Mustangs. After college, he played professionally with the Sioux City Explorers and Kalamazoo Kings, ending the 2005 season as a member of the Kings' Frontier League championship team.
During his time at Cal Lutheran Coach Leavitt earned a Master's Degree and completed his thesis titled "Evolution of Youth Baseball-Challenges and Opportunities."
In addition to his responsibilities as an assistant coach for the Kingsmen baseball team, Leavitt has been the Director of Conejo Royals Baseball club since the fall of 2008. The Conejo Royals Baseball Club provides instruction and opportunities for young Conejo Valley ball players.
Coach Leavitt lives in Moorpark with his wife Monica, son Hunter and daughter Cora.