The 2017 season is Josh Kalalau's third as an assistant coach at Puget Sound. Coach Kalalau primarily works with the Logger hitters and assist with infield play.
Coach Kalalau is a native of University Place, Washington. He is a 2007 graduate of Curtis High School where he was team captain and a First Team All-SPSL infielder. Following his graduation from Curtis, Coach Kalalau played shortstop at Treasure Valley Community College in Ontario, Oregon from 2008-2009. In 2009 he was appointed team captain, voted team MVP, and named to the Second Team All-NWAACC East All-Star Team. He then transferred to Seattle University where he played first base, third base, and outfield from 2010-2011. In 2010, Coach Kalalau was awarded the Johnny Obrien Award, given out each year to the team’s leading offensive performer.
Coach Kalalau began his collegiate coaching career at Seattle University in 2012, serving as a undergraduate assistant. He has also spent the last two years as head coach of the West Hills Vipers 18U Select baseball club.