Jackson to interview for Pacific job

Noah Jackson, an assistant coach for the past two seasons under Mike Neu, is interviewing for the position of Pacific baseball team head coach.

Jackson confirmed today that he is interviewing for the job on Monday. Neu accepted the job as Cal baseball’s head coach on Wednesday. Neu, a former major league pitcher with the Florida Marlins and Oakland A’s, was Cal’s pitching coach from 2012-2015 before coming to Pacific for two seasons.

Jackson played for Cal from 2001-2003 (after transferring from Arkansas). He was a volunteer assistant with Cal in 2015, and came to Stockton with Neu the following season.

Jackson, who spent time in the San Diego Padres organization as a scout before getting into college coaching, grew up in the Bay Area and is Dusty Baker’s godson.

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