Head Coach

Angus has an extensive and diverse coaching background in various sports and at various levels. 

As a leader of young men at the high school level, he has coached various basketball, football, & baseball teams to success. However it’s been his work at the professional baseball level that his true coaching character has been honed, crafted, and recognized. Angus was the coach of the Barrie Baycats from 2007-2019 and also served double duty as General Manager from 2014-2019. During his tenure, he helped lead the Baycats to seven championships and was named Coach/Team Official of the Year by the Barrie Sports Hall of Fame in 2014. Angus has now brought his coaching & leadership talents to the hardwood as a result of his son showing a passion for the game.

Before his expensive coaching career, Angus excelled on the baseball diamond. He was a member of the Canadian Junior National team (1997/98) and received scholarships to attend both Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College and Valparaiso University. A determined work ethic, grit, & perseverance, allowed Angus the opportunity to play professionally in the Frontier League, sign a professional contract with the Boston Red Sox, and play for the hometown Barrie Baycats over the span of a decade after graduating.

Angus currently resides in Barrie with his wife Jennifer, and three children Morgan, Sarah, and Drew. He is a high school teacher at Barrie North Collegiate.


Coaching Experience

Head Coach & General Manager (Baseball)

  • Barrie Baycats (2007-2019)

Head/Assistant Coach 

  • Barrie Royals | Simcoe Evolution | Hoops+ | Barrie North CI  (2018-present)

Coaching Certification 

  • NCCP Learn 2 Train
  • USAB Gold License

Playing Experience (Baseball)

  • Canadian National Junior Team (1997-1998)
  • Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (1998-1999)
  • Valparaiso University (1999-2001)
  • Cook County Cheetahs (2001)
  • University of Toronto (2002)
  • Augusta Green Jackets (2003)

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