MacCulloch Named PIL President

The Pacific International League announced today that Mike MacCulloch has been named league president, a position that he has held previously from 2010 to 2014

Mike brings a wealth of sports management experience to the post in addition to on-field baseball experience. After completing several college internships with Washington State Athletics, he began his sports career with the Seattle Seahawks front office in 1997 and later transitioned into minor league hockey with the Everett Silvertips in 2002.  He is currently the Vice-President Business and Baseball Operations for Consolidated Sports Holdings which owns and operates several sports properties.

He has also been on the coaching staff at Everett Community College (2006-07) and Edmonds Community College (2010-13).  Since 2010, he has coached with the Everett Merchants.  In 2013, he was the NWAC USA General Manager / Associate Head Coach at the World Baseball Challenge in Prince George, BC where the team won the Bronze medal.   He has worked with numerous players who would go onto sign professional contracts including three players who played in the major leagues.

“I’m honored that the league has selected me to serve as its President at a very exciting time for the league,” said MacCulloch. ”  “We have a lot of talented and passionate individuals associated with our league that I feel will help us grow while maintaining our goal of having a positive impact within the communities that we operate in.”

A native of Anacortes, Washington Mike graduated from the Washington State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration –  Marketing Option and a Minor in Sports Management.

The league also re-elected Martin Lawrence as Vice-President, Terry Howard as Commissioner, Steve Potter as Secretary.  Colin McBride was also named Director of Social / Multi-Media.

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