The Eastlake Fall Baseball program sponsored by the EHS Baseball
Booster Club has been going strong the past six years. Paul
Ust & Glen Olson, longtime community
members serve as the coaching staff. Former Eastlake alumni, still
active in professional & collegiate baseball, have been known to
stop in at workouts on occasion!
The Fall program is open to all student athletes who are currently
enrolled at Eastlake High School. There are no tryouts...all interested
players are on the team. Generally speaking, there is one workout and
one weekend game per week. The majority of the fall games are played at
Inglemoor High School.
2003 Fall Baseball
How to find Inglemoor High School:
Directions from northbound I405 to Inglemoor High School:
Take Exit #22 (NE 160th Street)
Take a left onto NE 160th Street
NE 160th Street becomes Juanita-Woodinville Way NE
Turn Right onto NE 145th Street (at 7-11)
Turn Left onto 100th Avenue NE (at T in the road)
Turn Right onto Simonds Road
After approximately 1 mile, Inglemoor High School will be on your
Glenn was manager of
the fall season baseball team and helped during winter
training. He served as Co-President of the Eastlake Baseball
Booster Club for 2 years. Glenn played high school baseball
and basketball in Long Beach, Calif. He has coached locally
for both Little League and Babe Ruth baseball. He was
instrumental in the development of the baseball fields at East
Sammamish Park, near Margaret Mead School. He has taught
martial arts for 25 years and holds a 3rd degree black belt in
Aikido. Glenn plays shortstop and 2nd base for the Puget Sound
Senior Men�s Baseball League.
Paul assisted with
fall baseball and with pre-season training and conditioning.
He has been with Eastlake Baseball since its inception, has
served as Booster Club President, and records all statistics
at the varsity games. His son graduated from Eastlake in �96
and is currently with the Detroit Tigers Organization. Players
and parents alike appreciate Paul�s efforts and interests in
Eastlake Baseball, and owe him a debt of gratitude.