Front Office

Ben Orr
General Manager

After playing baseball at Biola University Ben signed a professional contract with the Chicago Cubs in 2001. After playing for the Boise Hawks (Short Season A) and the Daytona Cubs (High A) he was released from the organization. Ben pursued baseball for two more seasons playing for the Canton Coyotes (OH.), the Solono Stealheads (CA.), and the Gary Railcats (IN.) Ben retired from baseball in 2003. Ben enjoyed playing summer baseball for the El Dorado Broncos (98,99) in the Kansas Jayhawk League and the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox (2000) in the Cape Cod League.

Ben comes to FCA Baseball after spending the past 5 years with Missionary Athletes International, a non-profit Christian soccer ministry. Ben served as the Director of Creative Media and Director of Camps for the Southern California Seahorses Los Angeles office. Ben has always felt a strong desire to be involved in sports ministry. At age 14 he worked his first soccer camp with the Seahorses, leading a group of 5-6 year olds. In 2001 while playing professional baseball, Ben founded the "Called Up Baseball Camp" allowing him to share his baseball skills and reach the surrounding baseball community with the gospel of Jesus Christ. In January of 2011 Ben joined the Fellowship of Christian Athletes to open and direct a new division of FCA Baseball in Southern California. This is the first division for FCA Baseball on the West Coast.
Ben was married to his beautiful wife Lindsay on October 13, 2002 in Eugene Oregon. Lindsay is a Violin teacher. They have settled in La Mirada, CA and have three sons Caleb, Jackson and Owen. They attend Grace EV Free Church in La Mirada.

Hunter Bingham
Assistant General Manager

Hunter is originally from Denver, Colorado where he grew up playing baseball. Hunter went to William Jewell College in Kansas City, Missouri where he was a catcher and studied business management. Life changed dramatically when he encountered Jesus his freshman year of college. Hunter ended up graduating early from college and getting married to his wife, Gabby, in the spring of 2015. During this time the Lord led Hunter away from baseball while he pursued an internship working with his church and a start-up company with a friend. After an intense year of ministry and leadership development, Hunter felt a call from God to go back to baseball and minister to college baseball players.

In the summer of 2016, Hunter and Gabby moved from Kansas City to Rochester, NY where Hunter coached and was an assistant chaplain for an Athletes in Action collegiate team, the Rochester Ridgemen. After the summer, Hunter moved to Southern California to come out of retirement and pursue a master’s degree in leadership from Azusa Pacific University and play on their baseball team.

In addition to grad school and playing a final year, Hunter is serving the Catch as Assistant General Manager and then transitioning to be an assistant coach and assistant chaplain for the team during the summer. Hunter is passionate about college baseball players encountering the real Jesus and helping guys learn about integrating faith into their lives on and off the field.   

Garrett Osterode 
Sports Information Director
Summer Intern (Mayville State University)

Garrett grew up in Anthem, AZ where he, his brother and sister were raised by their parents Robin and Jeff. Garrett began at a very young age playing baseball and eventually fell in love with the game. This interest was carried throughout high school, where he played four years of baseball as well as a couple of seasons of basketball.
After graduating high school in 2013, Garrett chose to attend Grand Canyon University with an opportunity to play division 1 baseball. After things did not work out there, God called him to continue his education at Mayville State University, a small school in North Dakota, where he has played baseball for 3 seasons. Garrett will be graduating this May with a Bachelors degree in sport management.
Garrett hopes to use his love for baseball and this opportunity to be apart of the Catch team as a platform to grow in his faith as well as serve the Lord. He is excited for the amazing ways God can move throughout his life this summer.

Zach Broussely  
Game Day Operations/Logistics 
Summer Intern (Grand Canyon University)

Zach grew up in Castle Rock, Colorado where he attended Castle View High School. While at Castle View, Zach played three years of varsity baseball and two years of varsity football. His senior year, he was also voted a captain of the football team by his teammates.
After high school, Zach went on to attend Grand Canyon University where he is majoring in Sports Management. At GCU, Zach has continued to play baseball as member of the Club Baseball team. He is also a member of the Sport Business Club at GCU and is excited to use the connections he receives to help further pursue his career.  
This internship will be a great experience for Zach to be able to turn to as he continues to pursue his career in baseball. He is also excited to see what God has in store for him during this journey and is blessed to have been given this opportunity. His favorite bible verse is Matthew 5:16 because he tries to let his own light shine over those in his presence so they can recognize and give glory to God in heaven.

Derek Peck  
Clubhouse Manager
Spring/Summer Intern (Grand Canyon University) 

Derek Peck graduated from Grand Canyon University in December 2016 with a Bachelors Degree in Sports Management. He chose GCU in order to pursue his dream of bringing Jesus to athletes.

While at GCU Derek had many opportunities to work in athletics. 2015 Derek worked at the NFL Experience during Super bowl 49 week and was a groundskeeper at Camelback Ranch (LAD & CWS). 2016 Derek worked at the GCU Golf Course and GCU Game Day Operations for basketball, volleyball, and soccer.  Back home in Colorado Derek worked as a groundskeeper at the Broadmoor West Golf Course as well as Game Day Operations with the Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC soccer team.

Derek wants to take this experience with FCA Catch to further enhance his walk with Jesus Christ as well as learn how to minister to others in sports.  Derek's dream is to be the Clubhouse Manager for the Colorado Rockies in Scottsdale, AZ and Denver, CO to bring Jesus to professional baseball players.

Billy Lopez  
Summer Intern (Cal Poly Pomona)

Billy Ray Lopez is from Pomona, California and is currently a Freshman at the University of La Verne. He is currently double majoring in TV Broadcasting and Political Science with the hopes and dreams of becoming a sports broadcaster. Billy is one of four siblings (Philip, Lennon, Jessie) and has always had deep ties to his family. Billy is always looking to put a smile on peoples faces through his humor and love.  
Despite being born with congenital heart disease, Billy still played basketball during his 8th, 9th and 10th grade at Lone Hill Middle School and San Dimas High School. Billy then had to decide to stop playing basketball because it was beginning to be too strenuous for his heart. His passion for sports never left him though, and so he decided to pursue a career in sports broadcasting. Starting in his Junior year at San Dimas High School, Billy created a sports website ( and began to write articles for the school teams and local teams. His Senior year, he was able to do some PA announcing for basketball games at his school. He was also blessed to broadcast some of the schools football games, including the CIF Championship game. Billy is deeply rooted in his faith with Jesus Christ and believes that his calling is to become a sports broadcaster. Furthermore, Billy also firmly believes that he can reach many lives through a platform like sports broadcasting.
In the future, Billy hopes to one day be broadcasting in the MLB, NBA, NFL, or NHL and ultimately continue to spread the love of Jesus Christ.

Jasmine Brooks 
Merchandising Concessions and Hospitality  
Summer Intern (Eastern Illinois University)

Jasmine Brooks was raised in the small town of Robinson, IL with her parents, Gregg and Julie as well as her three siblings-Chris, Nick, and Katie. Jasmine enjoyed sports, having participated in basketball, softball and volleyball. Coming from a sports family, Jasmine knew from a young age that sports would always be an integral part of her life.
She attended Robinson High School, then attended and graduated from Lincoln Trail Junior College and transferred to Eastern Illinois University where she is a senior and is majoring in Sports Management.
Jasmine has been involved with missions and outreach through her church for many years. She has served at Good News Daycare in Chicago, helped with hurricane Katrina relief in New Orleans, participated in mission trips to an orphanage in Haiti as well as volunteering at the local food pantry and assisting with VBS. 

Jasmine was a member of FCA during her high school years. She is excited to see how the Lord will use this experience to show others the love of Christ through sports. She is very eager to serve and for the opportunity to use her passion for sports as a platform for God.

Stacey Mendoza 
Assistant Athletic Trainer  
Summer Intern (Azuza Pacific University)

A proud native of Central California, Stacey Mendoza, grew up in Sanger, CA. She is a Senior Applied Exercise Science Major and a Biblical Studies Minor at Azusa Pacific University. Upon graduation, she plans on pursuing her Masters in Athletic Training at California Baptist.

In the Summer of 2016 she served as part of the Sports Medicine staff at AIA as the Strength & Conditioning(S&C) Intern for the Xenia Scouts Collegiate Baseball Team. And is currently serving as the S&C Intern with APU Baseball. Additionally she has worked as an Athletic Training Intern with various teams since high school.

She has been passionate about baseball/softball for most of her life, but it wasn’t until recently that she finally gave into the call of combining her love of Sports Medicine with baseball. The end goal is simple: work with young adult athletes—either at the collegiate or Minor League level, use her career as her ministry, and inspire other females to work in professional athletics.

She loves Olympic-Lifting/Powerlifting and is a big fan of Pro softball/baseball. She is excited to work with the Catch this summer because after her experience with AIA, she wants to continue becoming better at the ministry aspect of sports before she steps out to serve athletes in the secular world. 

Halee Williams 
Assistant Athletic Trainer  
Summer Intern (Indiana Wesleyan University)

Halee grew up in Fishers, IN where she and her brother, Bennett, were raised by their parents Patti and Mark. Halee started her athletic journey as a gymnast at a very young age, but eventually fell in love with running. She ran cross country and track from elementary all the way through high school.

After graduating high school in 2015, Halee chose to attend Indiana Wesleyan University, where she is now on the swim team. Halee is currently studying Athletic Training with a minor in Business Administration. During her time at Indiana Wesleyan so far, Halee has been on clinical rotations with Men's Soccer, Indoor Track, and Baseball.

Halee hopes to use her love for healing, both physical and spiritual, to grow in her faith as well as develop her clinical skills as an athletic trainer through this internship. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to combine her love for sports ministry and athletic training with the Catch team.

Chris Cadeau 
Summer Intern (Arizona State University)

Christopher W. Cadeau is from Metro Detroit, Michigan, and thought joining the United States Marine Corps was a way of changing his stars. At that time Christopher’s parents couldn’t afford college, he was an underachieving student and he couldn't stay out of trouble. Christopher would later rise to the rank of Sergeant of Marines, but became ill during his seventh year of service. Recovery taught Christopher a valuable lesson. Life is put back together the same way it falls apart; one day at a time. Each and everyday for Cadeau is a blessing that he refuses to take for granite. Christopher believes he can only keep what he has by giving it away. Today, when life gets tough Chris reminds himself, "You got this," because today he has a life beyond his wildest dreams.

Cadeau is currently working to attain his dream of becoming the voice of a professional team. Christopher is a senior majoring in Sports Journalism at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Christopher also broadcasts ASU baseball, softball, basketball, and hockey for ASU student radio. Cadeau’s passions outside of sports are his involvement with the recovery and veteran advocacy communities. Christopher is a Veteran Outreach Team lead at The Pat Tillman Veterans Center, and hosts a weekly radio show, “ASU Veteran Diaries.” Christopher is also a print sports beat writer and digital media content creator/editor.

The Lord has recently blessed Christopher and his wife Christine with their first child Guinevere in August of 2016.

Kyla McGuire
Photography and Videography
Summer Intern (Biola University)

Kyla was born in Anaheim, California and has lived in Southern California for her whole life.
She grew up in a Christian home, and was homeschooled throughout her years, graduating High School in 2014. She is a Senior at Biola University, majoring in Cinema & Media Arts, and has a passion for spiritual development and being a light to those around her.

After growing up in a house dedicated to Angels baseball, Kyla has spent countless hours playing (little league) and watching her brother, dad, and her favorite teams play ball. Kyla's love for baseball has grown over the years and she hopes to work in the MLB after graduation, specifically for the Angels.

Kyla is currently serving in the High School Ministry at her church, Whittier Area Community Church, and has developed a love for ministry as she experiences the love of Christ more and more through interactions with the students and staff at the church.

Kyla hopes to spend her life dedicated to the Lord's work in whatever way He has in store for her, and she is looking forward to discovering His plans for her life through every new experience.

Josh Barrick
Creative and Media Relations/Camp Director
Summer Intern (Liberty University)

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Kendra England
Public Relations
Summer Intern (Texas A&M)

Kendra England grew up on a cattle ranch just outside of historic Goliad, Texas. She was born in to a family of athletes and coaches - her mother a varsity coach, her father an athletic trainer and coach; all 5 of her siblings involved in competitive sports. Kendra also spent many years alongside her grandfather on the ranch, where he shared wisdom with her – not only from his 40+ years of head coaching experience in High Schools, Colleges and the NFL, but also Godly wisdom. She saw the fruit of his labor in his last years on earth, as many of his former players and coaches came to visit, and he was able to share the gospel with them. 

At Goliad High School, Kendra was a varsity cheerleader, and a varsity basketball and track athlete. Kendra participated in FCA all four years of high school and was an active member of youth group and bible study. She is fluent in American Sign Language and volunteered at Faith Hope Love Deaf church and as a counselor for Deaf children at Heart Sign Camp. She is passionate about leading others to Christ and sharing Gods Word.

Kendra currently attends Texas A&M University, where she is majoring in Sports Management. She has worked as a student manager for the Aggie Women’s Basketball Team. She is also a member of the sport management society and remains active in sports through intramural competitions. 

Kendra is excited to have the opportunity to work as an intern with So Cal Catch alongside other believers in a true Christian environment. She is praying 1 Peter 2:9 as she prepares to serve the Lord there this summer. Kendra truly sees her involvement in sports as a platform to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with others.