Cody Thomson is beginning his seventh season as a full-time assistant on the Utah softball coaching staff. Thomson has served as a volunteer assistant coach or an assistant coach for Utah since 2004, working primarily with the Ute pitchers.
A former USA Softball Men's National Team pitcher, Thomson played for the national team 2004 - 2009. In 2007 he helped the national team finish second at the ISF Men's World Cup in Prague, posting a 2-0 record from the circle with 18 strikeouts. He was named Best Pitcher at the NAFA World Series in 2006. A four-time ASA All-American, Thomson helped the Salt Lake Miners finish second at the ASA Men's 23-under National Championship twice.
Thomson began his coaching career at his alma mater, Copper Hills High School, in 1996, and served as an assistant at Southern Utah University in 1998. Before joining the Utes coaching staff, Thomson has taught pitching lessons in the Salt Lake Community and surrounding areas since 2002.
Thomson is married to the former Amanda Tuft and has four children: Mikaela, Chase, Cayden and Quinley.