STAFF AND COACHES
Founder and Director of Player Development
Perry Rigby is the founder of Trident Baseball School — which is proudly based in the one-of-a-kind state of New Mexico. After playing high school and travel baseball around the Southeast with East Cobb, Dulin's Dodgers, Marucci Elite, and others, Rigby received a full D1 scholarship to The University of Alabama at Birmingham. After some time at UAB, he transferred to Covenant College where the team won their first Conference title and postseason berth, back-to-back years. During Rigby's college career he earned many accolades inducing: 1st-Team All-Conference, Single-Season RBI Record, NYCBL 1st team, and NYCBL All-Star Game MVP.
After graduating from Covenant College, Perry started his coaching career as the Varsity Head Coach at Harvester Christian Academy in Georgia. Also, he was the head coach of several travel teams in the Atlanta, Georgia area. He has been fortunate to see some of his players go on to college programs.
“Here at Trident Baseball, we have a great desire to know each player on a personal level and help develop players to get to the next level whether that is high school, college, or professional.” Perry said about his baseball program. “Our priority as coaches and staff is to be transformational leaders to our players, families, and communities.”
Perry and his wife Christi reside in Albuquerque, New Mexico and have two kids — JT (2 yrs) and Lilliana (9 mo.).
Cameron is a native of the Albuquerque area and grew up playing baseball for several organizations including Eastdale Little League, Albuquerque Youth Baseball Club, New Mexico Elite, and the Albuquerque Expos. Cameron then went on to attend La Cueva High School where he was a two-time varsity letter winner. In his senior season in 2014 he helped the Bears capture their 7th state title and was named to the NMPreps All-Tournament Team.
After graduating from La Cueva, Cameron went on to play college baseball at Augsburg University in Minneapolis, MN where he graduated with a degree in finance. Cameron continued to play
amateur baseball for the St. Paul Mudhens while working in the financial services industry until moving back to Albuquerque, in December of 2020, to work for the Air Force.
In his free time Cameron enjoys a variety of outdoor activities including biking, trail running, camping, skiing and playing tennis.
“I can’t wait to give back to the kids in my community, I’m not far removed from being in their shoes,” Cameron stated. “I hope that my experiences in baseball and in life can help them become better ballplayers and more importantly, better young men.”
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