Eldredge enters his second season with the Knights, assisting the Varsity team and head coach of the Junior Varsity.

 

Prior to Coaching, Eldredge was fortunate to get the opportunity to play at the collegiate level for three years. Two were spent at Feather River College in Quincy, California upon transferring to Utah Valley University for a semester. After UVU, Eldredge decided to transfer to Menlo College in his junior season, for a better opportunity.

 

At Feather River, in his freshmen year, Eldredge was apart of and helped the Golden Eagles reach the Sectionals round in the 2015 CCCBCA State Tournament, finishing the year at 32-12. Posted a .300 batting average and filled a large role in being a defensive specialist behind the dish. In the following year, Eldredge was an All-Conference Catcher in the Golden Valley Conference and was also elected to the All-Conference Academic Team. He helped lead the Eagles to a 24-13 record and led the team with a .403 batting average.

 

At Menlo College, Eldredge was apart of a powerhouse offense that led the nation in home runs in 2017, with a team total of 97 in 54 games. On a down year for Eldredge at the plate, the year was highlighted by a Walk-off home run in the bottom of the 11th, against #16 Vanguard, to help lead the Oaks to a series sweep over the Lions. Eldredge throughout his career was credited to be more of a defensive specialist behind the plate and posted a career fielding percentage of .993.

 

Eldredge was born and raised in Ewa Beach, Hawaii and comes from a family of coaches. Grandfather, Dave Eldredge, coached over 50 years in Hawaii, both baseball and football. Uncle David Eldredge has been coaching for about 38 years, most recently collegiately at Southern Utah, Brigham Young, Loyola Marymount, and Hawaii Pacific. And Father, Duane Eldredge, has also coached for over 35 years. Kama is the son of Duane and Sue Eldredge and has three sisters, Kiana, Kelina, and Kealani. Eldredge is currently finishing up his degree in Aviation Science at Utah Valley University and has a pet dog named Wrigley. 

Lone Peak High School

Visit

Information

Social

© 2019 Lone Peak High School Knights Baseball