At Pacific Coast Baseball + Athletic Club — We understand the needs of our community and we aim to meet those needs and strive to exceed expectations. We created an environment where like-minded athletes can congregate and challenge each other to be their best. Our ultimate goal is for you to succeed.


We believe and support the following:

  • Underserved Communities
  • The Homeless
  • Female Athletic Equality
  • Scholar Athletes


Eric Mirich
Eric is a husband, father of three boys and a former baseball athlete living in Santa Monica, California. A native of Indiana, he is the son of a Cardiologist and a Healthcare Administrator and the youngest of five children. Eric grew up playing every sport under the sun, but his true passion was baseball. He played Little League, Babe Ruth, Legion Ball and High School baseball. Eric was fortunate enough to be included on All Star teams, State Champion teams, nationally ranked teams and honored to be a Team Captain.  After high school, Eric went on to receive a bachelor’s degree in biology from Boston College and a Masters degree in Hospital Administration from IUPUI. His professional career involved stops at Mass General Hospital where he specialized in physician profiling, a stint in the entertainment industry as a director on CSI: Miami and most recently serving as a general manager at the lifestyle company, Bay Club, in El Segundo, Ca. After 7 years with The Bay Club Company, Eric decided to launch his own business. Pacific Coast Baseball + Athletic Club is a perfect marriage of his fitness knowledge, creative entrepreneurial spirit, and love of baseball. Eric dreams of creating an environment where the next generation of athletes can receive proper fitness instruction, sports injury rehabilitation and access the latest in baseball/softball technology to safely take their game to the next level.


Aaliyah J.

Aaliyah Jordan attended UCLA from 2017-2023. During her time there she was a 2-time NFCA First Team All-American (2021, 2018), Pac-12 Freshman of the Year (2018), Pac-12 Batting Champion (2018), and a 2019 National Champion. She earned her Bachelors in Psychology with a minor, and earned a Masters in Education - Transformative Coaching and Leadership

Aris M.

A native of the Los Angeles area, Aris grew up a multi-sport athlete and eventually decided to focus her attention fully on softball during her later high school years. With a goal of competing in Division I softball, she earned a spot on the San Diego State team as a true walk-on under Head Coach Kathy Van Wyk. A slap hitter with a ton of speed, Aris spent her first two years primarily as a pinch runner for the program before eventually earning a starting spot in the outfield and being awarded an athletic scholarship her senior year. During her time with the Aztecs she earned honors including: 2019 Mountain West All-Academic Team, and finished 4th in SDSU Career Stolen Base Percentage. Since graduating from SDSU in 2019, Aris has spent her time with Major League Baseball as an intern with the Baseball and Softball Development Department, and a softball instructor at the Compton Youth Academy, following her passions for youth and sports. She’s excited for the new opportunities Pacific Coast will bring for current and future athletes!

Desiree M.
Desiree is a former softball collegiate athlete and graduated from Loyola Marymount University in 2021 with a degree in Sociology. She transferred to LMU in 2018 after 2 years at Delaware State University on the east coast. After graduating from LMU she went on to work for the Los Angeles Dodgers from 2021-2023. During her time in Delaware, she played under former MEAC hall of famer Amber Jackson. Moreno played two seasons at DSU as a catcher, earning All-MEAC First Team honors in 2018 and landing on the conference's Second Team as a freshman in 2017. She played 2 full seasons at LMU under former WCC coach of the year Sami Strinz-Ward and Olympic Gold Medalist Tairia Flowers. As a former student athlete Desiree is fascinated by the sports world and is committed to working hard for athletes.