CCBA Founder, Terance Frazier played college baseball for the Fresno State Bulldogs in 1988-89, & 1991. He was a member of the team that played in the College World Series in 1988. Frazier played professionally for the Oakland Athletic's and the Saint Paul Saints of Minnesota. He founded Central Cal Baseball Academy in the early 2000's and then relaunched the Academy in 2009 to great success. Central Cal Baseball Academy currently houses 9 teams, ages 9U-18U, in an indoor training facility located in Sierra Athletic Club. As the team general/manager for the CCBA 18U team, his teams have won several prestigious tournaments, championships and titles, including back to back Central Cal NIT Championships in 2012 & 2013. His focus on student education and giving back to OUR community is second to none. He Cares!

Terance Frazier featured on San Joaquin Spotlight