COACH RYAN CHRISTENSON
OWNER & FOUNDER
Ryan Christenson is the owner of Precision Pitching and a certified instructor of National Pitching and National Football under Tom House Sports. Coach C provides science-based throwing instruction to all rotational athletes. Throwers who train with him will learn the same researched-based protocols trusted by over 1,000+ MLB Pitchers and 70+ NFL QB’s. In addition, Ryan is a Certified ArmCare Expert and Biomechanist who puts his athlete's health as the first priority.
Ryan has experience coaching athletes of all levels including five seasons as a college pitching coach and twelve years of coaching at the high school level. Coach Christenson has coached in three state tournaments - one as the head coach and two as the Pitching coach. In addition, Coach C. has coached numerous pitchers to earn All-Conference Honors at the high school and college levels.
Coach C. works hard to invest in his athletes and continually pushes them to get to the next level. At any age of training, Ryan takes a health-first approach to his instruction with his client's future as the top priority. Coach prides himself in developing positive relationships with his athletes and families required to create an environment for success on and off the field.
-Coach Ryan Christenson
COACH URBAN BROADWAY
Baseball Pitching/Throwing Coach
COACH CARLTON LINDOW
Baseball Skills & Drills, Catching Coach & Bullpen Catcher
I enjoy giving back to the game that developed me into who I am today. I graduated from Cannon Falls High School as a three-sport athlete and went on to play baseball at the University of Northwestern - St. Paul. I served as team captain for two years and earned three years of all-conference honors, scholar athlete and academic awards, the conference sportsmanship award, and the NCCAA Hank Burbridge Award. I now play for the Cannon Falls Bears of the Minnesota Baseball Association.
Since 2017, I have organized and coached youth baseball leagues for Cannon Falls and Randolph, as well as led many youth baseball camps. Two of my biggest passions are athletics and working with kids and I am blessed to do both on a daily basis. I teach third grade at Randolph Public Schools and coach football, baseball, and help train athletes in the weight room.
I look forward to helping athletes reach their potential and make a positive impact.
COACH KASEY BASS
Baseball Hitting Coach
Coach Bass is an assistant coach for the Ellsworth Panthers (Ellsworth, WI) after finishing a decorated college baseball career at the University of Wisconsin - Stout. Coach Bass had a career .353 batting average and hitting over .300 in each of his favorite four seasons. In 2021, Kasey had his best overall season finishing with a .374 batting average (8th in the WIAC) and hitting 10 home runs (4th in the WIAC). He was a leader on and off the field for the Blue Devils by being named Team Captain as well as earning 1st Team All-WIAC, 1st Team All-Midwest (D3baseball.com) and 2nd Team All-Midwest (ABCA/Rawlings).
COACH JAMES HEISE
My name is James Heise and I have been a Senior High History and Literature teacher at Lake City Lincoln High School for thirty-one years. In that time I was an assistant varsity football coach for thirty years and assistant varsity baseball coach for twenty-three years. In those twenty-three years I was the head coach for the Freshmen, B-Squad, and Junior Varsity baseball teams. I also assisted the Varsity in tournaments and sectional tournament play. I assisted in coaching the Lake City Legion Team from 2017-2019. I also was the head coach for the Little League teams that my son played on from 2011-2017. Those teams competed in the Zumbro Valley League as well as the Metro League.
My duties as a coach have run the gamut, defensively I was the outfield coach for the Lake City Baseball program but as a head JV coach I was responsible for running my own practices, so I covered all aspects of defense, including pitching, infield, and outfield positions. I also worked extensively with hitting including numerous hitting stations.
I retired from coaching in 2022 but am intrigued by returning to the coaching ranks especially in focusing on specific skills to help improve young ball players trying to become better baseball players. I have always enjoyed coaching which is why my career was so long and I truly enjoy the game of baseball and hope to continue giving back to a game that gave so much to me.