About Our Board

Meet our Board Members

Nathan Mayer

President
Baseball has always been my #1 love in sports with it’s combination of individualism within a team environment. It’s a game where mental preparation and toughness can overcome physical superiority which can really teach kids valuable lessons well after their baseball playing days are over. I was lucky enough personally to play with a lot of great players through high school, American Legion, all kinds of summer and fall leagues, some more extensive travel ball, and of course it all started with our town’s Little League Baseball Association. I’ve enjoyed coaching for Bigfork baseball for the past four years and I’m hoping to help out even more as a Board member.

Scott Johnson

Board Member
As a lifelong baseball enthusiast, Scott played all levels of youth baseball (T-Ball through American Legion).
He then played his high school ball in the largest conferences in Rhode Island and Southern Arizona.
Now a father of three, he enjoys and looks forward to the opportunity to usher in a new generation of baseball enthusiasts through coaching, and now as a BYBA Board Member.

Valerie Stout

Board Member

Nate Willette

Board Member
Coach Nate Willette raised in North Adams, Massachusetts came to Montana in 2007 with a huge passion for the outdoor adventure and sports. Missoula was the first stop, spent time after college with friends rock climbing, rafting, hunting & fishing and enjoying Montana’s awe inspiring backcountry & wilderness. Growing up he played t-ball, little league, little league all stars, Babe Ruth, Babe Ruth all stars, and high school baseball before trying rugby in college at Roger Williams University for a few years. Nate also used to umpire little league games in his home town of North Adam during time off of college. A skilled outfielder, fast and alert base runner helped him find his place in many big games along the way. With a hard work ethic and a big heart Nate was also the co-captain of his high school football team Drury “blue devils”.
Graduating from Roger Williams University in 2007 with a Bachelors in Criminal Justice and making the move to Montana he has also started a family with two boys, two dogs and a beautiful wife and lives locally in Bigfork, MT where he works, plays, and enjoys coaching kids the great game of baseball. He currently coaches T-ball where they focus on having fun and introducing the game of baseball through mini games, fun activities, base running along with regular season games.