Thomas Main has had a long and significant relationship with Stevenson School which began when he joined the Pirate softball program in the spring of 2006 making him one of the longest serving high school coaches in the area. A Seaside High School graduate and lifelong resident of the area, Thomas played baseball and basketball for the Spartans. He received Most Valuable Player honors for both teams, All-League 1st Team in basketball and made the All-Northern California Team in baseball. At Monterey Peninsula College he played baseball and basketball. After two years at MPC, Thomas attended Cal State Hayward (now Cal State East Bay) where he played collegiate baseball. He also participated in the Men’s Fast Pitch Nationals in Arizona in the summer of 1998. Softball is truly a family affair as all three daughters excel in the game. Caroline ’08, a three sport athlete, was the MTAL Softball’s MVP, Stevenson Female Athlete of the Year and Monterey County Herald Female Athlete of the Year in 2008. She went on to pitch collegiately at Canisius College. Jensen ‘16, a five sport varsity athlete, was a four-time All-County softball selection, a three-time Stevenson Female Athlete of the Year recipient, MTAL MVP and Monterey County Herald Female Athlete of the Year in 2016. She began her collegiate career at the University of New Mexico before transferring her junior year to pitch at Cal State Sacramento. Tomi ‘22, a three-sport athlete, played for the Pirates receiving Mission Division 1st Team All-League softball honors as a freshman and is currently ranked 13th nationally as a USTA junior tennis player.