Norberto offers lessons during the off season, from September to February. Norberto played MLB with the Chicago White Sox, LA Angels and Toronto Blue Jays. He Batted over .300 in the major leagues, was the Infield Coordinator for the Milwaukee Brewers (MiLB) and the Baseball Instructor, Academy of Pro Players, Garfield, NJ. Norberto currently is the Hitting Coach for the single A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies.
Rob played MLB with the Texas Rangers. He finished with 13 years at the professional level and is a batting coach with the Chicago White Sox. Rob has been a private instructor since 2000
Jim pitched in college at Holy Cross from 1989-1993. He then went on to be camp coordinator, St. Anthony’s Baseball Camp from 1994-97. He then took the head coaching job at Cardinal Gibbons High School Varsity Baseball in 1998 before becoming a Pitching Specialist at New York Baseball Academy at New York Tech.
Dennis was a1996 Mizuno High School All-American Catcher in Tuscon, AZ. Dennis was drafted in 1996 by the Mets, played 1997 with the Giants and then 1999 with the Marlins. He played his minor league ball with the Carolina Mudcats and was invited to Major League Spring Training with Marlins and Cubs. Overall, Dennis played 9 years of professional baseball. He caught Greg Maddux, Josh Beckett, A.J. Burnett, Carlos Zambrano in live games.
2011 and 2012 CIAA All-Conference Selection. 2012 All-Atlantic Region and Capital One Academic All-American. Winston Salem State University single season record for doubles. 2011 CIAA MVP. Career college batting average: .385
Big South Conference Scholar Athlete of the Year (2017) NCAA Division I Stolen Base Leader (2017) Campbell Baseball Team Captain (2017) Batted .301 in 2016 and .317 in 2017. All-time leader in hits and runs scored Holly Springs Salamanders (2015, 2016)
Jason Morgan is currently in the Chicago White Sox minor league system and is available for lessons from October to the end of February. He was drafted in 2018 and finished last season in the advanced rookie ball level in Great Falls Montana. He finished the year with a 4.68 ERA, and 1.37 WHIP in 75 innings. Before his professional career he played collegiate baseball at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, with two of those years as a starter.
Logan played for the Presbyterian baseball team from 2014-2016. He also played for the Mooresville Spinners in 2015 for the Carolina Collegiate League. Logan then joined the Lenoir Oilers in 2016 in the Carolina Collegiate League. He was also a pitching instructor for Harvey Baseball Academy.
Amber played catcher at UNC from 2011-2015. In 2012 and 2015 she was an All-ACC selection. In 2014 she was team leader at UNC with 15 home runs. In 2015 Amber hit 18 home runs and then was drafted by PA Rebellions-National Pro Fastpitch league.
Karie was a pitcher for Virginia Tech from 2003-2007. She was named to the Washington Post All Metro Team from 2001-2003. She was named Player of the Year in 2003 when set a Virginia State record with 110 consecutive scoreless innings. Karie has 2 NCAA Regional Appearances. She has been a pitching Instructor since 2007.
Taylor was 1 of 20 softball players nationwide across all NCAA Divisions to receive NSCA All-American honors in 2015. She has four years of collegiate softball pitching experience in one of the most competitive NCAA DIII conferences in the nation. Taylor pitched against current National Pro Fastpitch and Team USA players during her high school state playoffs in 2011 and 2012, effectively allowing players of that caliber only one hit over 8 at bats. She is a Two-Time Single A Virginia All-State Team and Two-time Region D Pitcher of the Year. Taylor also holds the Castlewood High School record for pitching wins, along with 11 no-hitters and one perfect game.
Hannah was a member of the NC Challengers from 2010-2014 and led the team in batting average, RBIs, and homeruns in the 2013/2014 seasons. In High School, Hannah was a two time all district, three time all conference player, academic all conference, three time MVP, and was Athens female athlete of the year in 2014. Hannah then attended Furman University, and was second team all conference, academic all conference, All American scholar athlete, and in 2018 led the team in batting average while also hitting twelve homeruns.
Paige comes to us from Salisbury University, where she holds the highest career batting average in school and conference history. She was named First Team All-Conference four years running, as well as First Team All-American for two of those years. Paige was also named to the NCAA All-Tournament team in 2014.