Started at Pima: 2018
Education: Coach Jacome earned his Master's degree in Education from Northern Arizona University. He got his Bachelors in Health and Physical Education from Oklahoma City University. He graduated from Rincon High School.
Coaching Experience: Jacome led the Aztecs to a 36-19 overall record in 2019 (most wins in program history since 1993) with one NJCAA All-American (Phillip Sikes). He also had five All-ACCAC and All-Region student-athletes which was the most for Pima in 20 years. He coached the Pueblo High School baseball team from 1995-1996 before joining Jerry Stitt’s staff as a volunteer assistant at the University of Arizona from 1997-1998. Jacome started the baseball program at El Paso Community College and led the Tejanos to three Western Junior College Athletic Conference titles (2001, 2002, 2004). He accumulated a record of 207-122-2 in six seasons (1999-2004). He was an assistant coach for Edgar Soto, the Dean of Athletics and Fitness & Wellness at Pima, on the 2002 USA Junior National Team where the team captured the bronze medal in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. Jacome joined Coach Rich Alday’s staff at the University of New Mexico as the pitching coach in 2004 and then infield coach/recruiting coordinator in 2009. He stayed with the Lobos for 14 years.
Playing Experience: Jacome played at New Mexico State and transferred to Scottsdale Community College. He played his final two years at Oklahoma City University.
Personal: Married to wife, Elizabeth and has three children Jacob, Isabella and Alexandra.