Entzminger joined the national program as part of the Junior Women’s National Team, competing at the 2013 WBSC Junior Women’s Softball World Championship in Brampton and at the same event in 2015 in Oklahoma City. In 2016 she made the jump to the senior team and was the youngest member of the squad that took home bronze at the WBSC Women’s Softball World Championship in Surrey.
Entzminger competed at her first Pan American Games at Lima 2019 and tied for the team lead with five RBIs as Canada won the silver medal. Just a few weeks later, she posted a .429 batting average at the WBSC Americas Olympic Qualifier as the team booked its ticket to Tokyo 2020. In her Olympic debut, Entzminger recorded two hits and three RBI as Canada won the bronze medal.
Entzminger played four seasons (2014-18) with the Spartans while studying at San Jose State University, starting in 191 of her 207 games played over that span. Over her career with the Spartans she had a .287 batting average, .434 OBP, 17 doubles, three triples, four home runs and 70 RBIs. She finished at SJSU ranked third all-time in runs scored (142), fourth in walks (85) and OBP (.434).
Coach Josh Campbell grew up in the Greater Victoria area playing a multitude of sports including soccer, basketball, and baseball. He then graduated from the Lambrick Park baseball academy, where he went on to play two years of college baseball at Treasure Valley Community College in Ontario, Oregon. After two years of school, Josh returned home to follow his career path in becoming a strength and conditioning coach. He completed his undergraduate degree from Camosun College in Exercise and Wellness, and later completed his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist exam from the gold standard National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Josh has worked with a variety of teams and organizations throughout his 7 years in the field including the University of Victoria Vikes Basketball team, the Victoria Harbourcats, BC wheelchair basketball team, the Victoria Eagles, the Victoria Mariners, and the Victoria Seawolves.
Currently, Josh is the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at the Lambrick Park Baseball and Softball Academy as well as running his own personal business. He is also attending Edith Cowan University in Perth, Australia, where he is completing his Masters of Exercise Science degree with a focus in Strength and Conditioning.
Josh’s goal is to bring a progressive and systematic approach to his training that will help set the foundation for building strong/explosive athletes in the weightroom, and in turn building beasts on the field. A main priority is to help the athlete develop strength, power, speed, agility, and mobility to perform on the baseball/softball diamond. Another goal of Josh’s is to help each athlete prepare for going on to college and being ready for a varsity baseball/softball strength and conditioning program