Dennis was a 1996 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.
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.
Nathan played High School baseball for Moorpark High Division 1 in California. He was selected All-League in 2006 and 2007. Nathan played on National Travel Team called Team One Nation. He played his college baseball career at California Lutheran University from 2008-2012. Nathan received private training from Major Leaguers Brett Saberhagan and Kelly Parish. Nathan served in the United States Marine Corps from 2014-2018.
Brett played high school baseball at Fuquay Varina where he holds the record for single season wins and RBI's. He played his college career at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Brett had a 2.61 career ERA at UNC from 2015-2018. He was drafted by the Houston Astros, and is currently playing in Double AA.
Rick has over 30 years of coaching experience to all ages from tee-ball through college. He formerly was the pitching coach at Panther Creek High School from 2006-2011 & 2019-2020, and Broughton High School 2012-2016. Rick also was on staff for Cary Post 67 Senior American Legion 2011 & 2012 as head pitching coach. He currently is the Assistant Coach/Head Development Coach at William Peace University .
Yoel played professional baseball for 16 years, and had Major League experience with the Philadelphia Phillies. He was the top prospect for the Phillies organization for 9 years, and was ranked with the best slider in the organization. Yoel worked for the Toronto Blue Jays as Rookie level pitching coach.
Alyssa Buddle was a 4 year player at James Madison University from 2014-2018. The JMU Dukes were ranked top 25 in the country all 4 years. Alyssa was a part of JMU's NCAA Super Regional Team in 2016 (Ranked 7th in the country). Before attending JMU she was a 4 year varsity starter, and voted All-State Player at South Elgin Highschool in Chicago, IL. In 2013 she was a PGF National Champion on the Beverly Bandits.
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.
Jamie is 2x NFCA All-American, a 3x 1st team All-Conference, 11th overall draft pick. She played 2 years of pro softball and was All-Defensive team. She was also an all-star team selectee. She led PBC in batting average for two seasons with a .420+ average. Jamie went on to e an assistant coach in college.
Callie attended Elon University where she played for four years. She was a 4 time All Conference, All District, and All State player. Callie was 2015 Pac 6 Player of the Year and 2019 CAA All Conference 2nd Team.<br />
Bethany was catcher and cleanup hitter for 4 years at Elkin High School. She played for the Carolina Xtreme 18U from 2012-2015. She was a member of the UNC club softball team where she played catcher and batted cleanup. Bethany lead the team in home runs her junior and senior year. She also was the manager for the Varsity Softball team at UNC (help run practices, assisted with hitting and catching drills for softball camps). Bethany is the Associate Head Coach for Proehlific Power and Carolina Reign 18U from 2015 to present.
Courtney is a four year letter winner for NC Wesleyan. She enjoyed a stellar collegiate career at North Carolina Wesleyan, and was named the Battling Bishops' Female Athlete of the Year. She also had the honor of being elected to the USA South 50th Anniversary team. Courtney was a three time USA South All Conference performer at first base, and twice garnered first team accolades as well as a player. While at NC Wesleyan she was named two time most valuable player and holds the record for career RBI's and putouts. Her talents did not stop in the United States. She was awarded the oppurtunity to play in Europe as a member of the World Sport Stars Softball Club.
Haley was a pitcher at The University of North Carolina Wilmington from 2015-2019. She was on the Colonial Athletic Association All-Rookie Team as a freshman, and an Second-Team All-CAA pick as a senior. She was named female recipient of Thomas V. Moseley Award Player of the year at UNCW's annual athletics awards, and received the CAA Commissioner's Academic Award for all 8 semesters. She previously gave pitching lessons at 5 Star Athletics in Maryland, and helped coach the 14U Carolina Elite travel team.<br />
Heather played college softball at Montclair State. She was named 2nd Team All Conference as a catcher in the New Jersey Athletic Conference, and NFCA All-American scholar athlete. Heather was an assistant coach at Montclair State and Seton Hall. During her playing days she won a New Jersey State Championship in High School. In college she was able to compete in the National Championships where she finished 3rd and 5th place. While coaching at Montclair State she was honored as East Regional Coaching Staff of the year. One of Heather's fondest memories was being able to coach at the D1 level at Seton Hall.<br />