In his first season as manager for the AquaSox in 2023, Ryan Scott led the team to a 74-58 record and was named the Northwest League Manager of the Year. The Scottsdale, Arizona native was selected by Los Angeles Dodgers in the 30th round of the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft out of Notre Dame Preparatory High School (AZ). Ryan spent seven seasons in the minor leagues in the Dodgers (2013-15), Angels (2016, ’19) and Mariners (2017-18) organizations, making it to the Triple-A level.
His father, Darryl Scott, pitched in the major leagues with the California Angles (1993) and is the current pitching coach for the Colorado Rockies.
Sergio returns to Everett as Bench Coach in 2024 after serving as Infield/First Base Coach with the AquaSox in 2023. Prior to last season, he spent six seasons at Glendale Community College (CA) as infield, hitting and first base coach.
He played two seasons (2014-15) collegiately at the University of Dayton and earned his Master’s in Kinesiology from Azusa Pacific University (CA) in 2022
Seth Mejias-Brean enters his third season coaching in the Mariner organization, and his first year at Everett after serving as the Hitting Coach for the Modesto Nuts last season. In 2022, he made his coaching debut with the Tacoma Rainiers as Bench Coach.
Mejias-Brean played nine seasons (2012-19, ’21) of minor league ball, including two seasons (2017-18) in the Mariners organization. He made his major league debut on September 4, 2019 with the San Diego Padres. In 14 games, with the Padres he had a pair of homers and doubles.
The Tucson, Arizona native was selected by Cincinnati in the eighth round of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draft out of the University of Arizona.
Cameron returns as Pitching Coach after serving in the same role last season.
Following the conclusion of his collegiate career at the University of Arizona, he was selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the 14th round of the 2017 Major League Baseball Draft. Ming played three seasons of professional baseball in the Orioles organization, reaching as high as Double-A before returning to the UofA to complete his education and begin his coaching career.
Jose joins Everett as Strength & Conditioning Coach after serving that role with the Modesto Nuts (2022-2023) and with the Mariners Dominican Summer League team (2021). This will be his fourth season with Mariners organization.
He received his Bachelor's in Kinesiology and Exercise Science from California State University, Los Angeles.
Stephanie is also returning to the team for her second season as the team’s Athletic Trainer after spending time in the Baltimore Orioles organization in 2022.
She received her Bachelor of Science (BS), in Athletic Training at the University of Central Missouri in 2018 and her master’s degree in Sports Management from the University of Dubuque in 202