Jason Lefkowitz is entering his third season with the Brown program after helping the Bears to an Ivy title in his first season. Lefkowitz primarily coached the team's outfielders, also working tirelessly to prepare scouting reports during the season. Lefkowitz also serves as Brown's baseball camp director, supervising two summer camps, a fall camp and a winter clinic. A 2006 graduate of Loyola Marymount University, Lefkowitz played for the LMU Lions for two years, starting at both shortstop and second base. He helped to lead LMU to the WCC championship game, narrowly missing a trip to the NCAA Regionals in 2005. A psychology major, Lefkowitz earned student-athlete academic honors in each of the years he was there. He also coordinated an undergraduate research project on the "Effects of Stress and Anxiety on Athletic Performance." Prior to Loyola Marymount, Lefkowitz played at Solano Community College for two years, where he was the starting shortstop, while also seeing time at third base and left field. In 2003, he led the team with 12 doubles. The following year, he stole a school-record 22 bases, hitting a team-leading .351 and earning All-Bay Valley League honors. While at Solano, he earned an Associate of Arts degree with an emphasis in Athletic Training. He was named "Student of the Year" (2004), Dean's List (2003 and 2004), and Scholar-Athlete (2003 and 2004). He was also a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Lefkowitz's coaching debut was at Loyola Marymount, where he assisted the Lions on several occasions when the assistant coach was unavailable. He then coached in the Northwoods League over the summer before his arrival at Brown. Lefkowitz is currently working towards his Master's Degree from the United States Sports Academy. He resides in Providence, Rhode Island.