David Higeura
David Higeura


David Higuera enters his second season as an assistant coach with the CMS baseball team in 2024, after helping the Stags to a 28-11 record in his first campaign, the highest win total for the program since 1986. The Stags also set a program record for most SCIAC wins by finishing 18-6 in the league. 

Higuera came to CMS after serving for three seasons an assistant coach at Caltech, where he was the program's third-base coach and outfield coach, while also assisting with strength and conditioning and recruiting. 

Prior to Caltech, he worked as an assistant coach and graduate assistant at Georgetown College, his alma mater, where he had similar duties, while also managing expenses and transportation. 

Higuera has also had a career path in the education field, working as a science, history and PE teacher at St. Andrew Catholic School, and serving as the athletic director at Community Charter High School. He was previously a physical education and ELA teacher at Santa Rosa Charter School for one year, and a physical education and technology teacher at St. Timothy Catholic School for one year. 

Higuera earned his BA in communication from Georgetown College in 2015, with a minor in psychology, and went on to earn his master's in education from Georgetown as well. He added a second master's degree in health and wellness from the American College of Education in 2017.