Jason Washburn 
College Park High School Head Coach 

Coach Jason Washburn is in his 11th year as coach of the College Park Cavaliers.  Prior to coming to College Park Coach Washburn served as the head coach at Willis High School, guiding them to the Regional Semifinals and Regional Quarterfinals in 2001 and 2002, respectively.  As the head coach of the Spring Lions from 2003-2005 the ’04 team advanced to the State Tournament Final Four, falling to Flower Mound in the state semifinal game.  The Cavaliers have qualified for the playoffs in each of the last nine years, winning the district title in 2009 and 2010.  The 2009 team was also regional finalist, falling just short of the Texas Final Four.  Washburn also served two years as the 
varsity assistant for the Kingwood Mustangs baseball program and was the sophomore coach at The Woodlands High School in 1997.  Coach Washburn has served with USA Baseball since 2010 as either a trials coach or a coach on the National Team staff.  After serving as the pitching coach in for the Silver Medal team in 2014 Washburn was selected to manage the 2015 team.  This team traveled to Aguascalientes, Mexico for Pan Am Games and came home with the Gold Medal after defeating Columbia in the championship game.  He was selected by fellow Houston area coaches in 2001 to coach in the Houston Area Baseball Coaches Association All-Star Game and spent the summer 
in 2002 coaching for Team Florida USA.   After graduating from Conroe HS in 1990, Washburn went on to play baseball at Lee Jr. College in Baytown, TX.  He then became a member of the 1993 Texas A&M baseball team that won the Southwest Conference.  In 1994 and 1995 Washburn was a student-coach under longtime Aggie skipper, Mark Johnson, before earning a degree in kinesiology.   Coach Washburn has been married to his wife, Heather, for 21 years and they have three wonderful children, Lindsey – 18, who plays soccer at Dallas Baptist University, Travis – 15, a sophomore at CPHS and Ashley – 11, a sixth grader.

 Asst. Varsity Coach

Coach Lee Koslosky has been coaching for 18 years and is in his ninth year at CP. He graduated from Texas A&M University. He was with Klein ISD for eight years being the head baseball coach as well as the football coach. While at Klein Coach Koslosky was the Klein Intermediate Campus Athletic Coordinator. Coach Koslosky is also a football coach at College Park. Coach Koslosky and his wife Sandra have two children: 11-year-old son, Nolan and six-year-old daughter, Kaylee.

Asst. Varsity Coach

This is Coach Adrian Cortez’s tenth year at College Park. Coach Cortez has been an assistant coach for Cavalier Baseball since 2006. He is also an assistant cross country coach and teaches English at College Park. Coach Cortez is a graduate of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi and he also attended Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. Coach Cortez’s wife also works as an educator in Conroe ISD at Wilkerson Intermediate School. Their daughter, Cate, is ten years old and their son, Jace, is five.   

Junior Varsity Coach

Coach Jeremy Collins has been coaching for 8 years and is in his first year at CP. He graduated from East Texas Baptist University lettering for 4 years in baseball. Jeremy received the following awards while playing baseball at ETBU: second team all conference, first team all conference, conference MVP, All Region, All-American. He was with Magnolia ISD, Magnolia West High School, for seven years coaching baseball and football. Coach Collins teaches business finance and marketing classes at College Park. Coach Collins and his wife Candice have two girls: 6-year-old Carris, and two-year-old Caslyn.

Sophomore Coach

Coach Andres Gomez is beginning his first year with the Cavalier baseball program as the Sophomore Team coach. He is in his 11th year of coaching, having most recently worked at Klein Oak High School. Coach Gomez graduated from Texas A&M University and is also an assistant football coach at College Park. His wife Katie is an educator at Hill Intermediate School in Aldine ISD

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