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Nokona Baseball announces its summer baseball camp schedule, July 18-21 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm daily, for 10-12 year old ballplayers at the new state-of-the-art Nokona Athletic Club—"theNAC"—at 60 Pleasant Street, Ashland, MA (click here for directions). Both Nokona and non-Nokona ballplayers are welcome.

Registration is required (using the form below). There is a maximum of 30 summer baseball camp attendees; registrants will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. The summer baseball camp is designed for players of all skill levels and is instructed by our coaching staff. The camp focuses on baseball fundamentals, hitting, fielding, pitching and catching.

The fee for this year's camp is $250.

Monthly Featured Nokona Player Profile

Matt Muir

Three years ago at Nokona Baseball's Fall tryouts we came across a very talented and naturally gifted young athlete in Matt Muir. Blessed with speed and raw talent, he immediately impressed us with his upside potential. Matt’s hard work, dedication and ability to swiftly transfer the disciplines he has learned have made Matt a potent force on the diamond. His versatility, calm demeanor, classic baseball swing and great baseball instincts have placed Matt as one of the top players in Massachusetts in his High School class of 2018.

Matt is a native of Easton, Mass. and attends Oliver Ames High School (North Easton, MA) where he is a two-sport athlete in basketball and baseball. Matt played varsity baseball as a freshman last year at 2nd base for the 2015 Hockomock League champion Tigers. During the summer Matt can be found playing CF and SS for our Nokona Baseball prospect team.

As well as being a quiet leader on the field, Matt is an extremely bright student, ranking in the top 15% of his high school class, and is also a member of the Executive Board of his class. He has participated in competitions with DECA (the Distributive Education Club of America), a non-profit organization dedicated to preparing emerging leaders and future entrepreneurs. Matt recently spent a week with the Close Up program in Washington, DC to get an inside look at the Federal Government in action by interacting with legislators, journalists and other students from around the country. This winter Matt worked as an instructor for the Easton Recreation Department coordinating basketball clinics for children ages 5-11.

As an organization, Nokona Baseball is proud to have watched—and continue to watch—Matt’s growth in maturity as an athlete and as a young man. He is extremely affable, exceptionally coachable and an absolute pleasure to have as a player and teammate. We look forward to Matt’s continued success both on and off the diamond and the prospects of a very bright baseball future.

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Nokona Baseball teams with players of ages 10-14 years compete regionally in the Elite Baseball League (EBL), while the college prospect teams with players of ages 15-18 compete at a variety of college showcase events locally, regionally and nationally.

Competitive tournaments across the region and around the country are hosted by Perfect Game, CABA, Triple Crown, USSSA, ECTB, Pastime and other elite baseball organizations. 

Player selection takes place in late summer/early fall and workouts begin in late fall at our indoor training facility located at 60 Pleasant Street, Ashland, MA (the NAC). The Nokona Baseball outdoor season begins in the spring as the weather permits.  Learn more...

Nokona in the News

Nokona 14's Win North East Baseball Classic Championship

The Nokona 14's take the North East Baseball Classic Championship this past weekend in Fitchburg, MA, going 5-0 to the championship. The 14's put up an incredible offensive effort, scoring 79 runs with only 9 runs against over the weekend. Congratulations!

Josh Mirob Pitches at Legends Tournament

Nokona 12U Josh Mirob toes the rubber at the Legends Tournament in Northboro, MA

College/Pro Star Anderson Joins Nokona as Instructor and Coach

Nokona Baseball is very pleased to announce the hiring of Instructor and Coach Brandon Anderson. Coach Anderson is a 2003 graduate of Wayland High School (Wayland, MA), where he excelled in both football and baseball. Following his senior season, he was drafted in the 41st round by the Colorado Rockies.

After high school, Coach Anderson played two years of JUCO ball at Rowan College in Gloucester County where he was on the 2005 NJCAA National Championship team, earning All-Region honors twice. After Rowan, he transfered to Georgia College & State University where he was named a NCAA/ABCA All-American and a two-time Southeast All-Region selection.

Following college, he played six years of professional baseball in the Frontier League. After pro ball, he decided to jump into the coaching ranks where he made stops at Concord-Carlisle High School (Concord, MA), Temple University (Philadelphia, PA) and is currently an assistant varsity coach at Noble and Greenough School (Dedham, MA).

For the past three years Coach Anderson has also worked as a lead instructor and coach at the Winning Pitchers Academy in Framingham, MA. He will be available as a full-time instructor and will be stepping in to assist Coaches Gerry Carroll and Eric Schwartz on our 15U Chiefs Prospects team.

We are excited to have Brandon join the Nokona Baseball program.

Nokona 18U College Commitment Team has a few roster spots open

If you are a high school senior, 2016 graduate and committed to play baseball in college in the fall of 2016, Nokona Baseball has a couple of roster spots available for their summer commitment team. The team plays a very competitive schedule with a local and regional focus. There is no overnight travel. The purpose of the summer program is to prepare players for their college fall programs. If you are interested or have questions, please email us at info@nokonabaseball.org.

18 Nokona
Ballplayers Make
College Commitments

Congratulations to Nokona players Andrew D'Ovidio on his commitment to St. Joseph's College, Thomas Joyce on his commitment to Merrimack College, Kai Long on his commitment to Kenyon College, Eric Mah on his commitment to Bowdoin College, Kyle McGrath on his commitment to Williams College, Chhany Minton on his commitment to Stonehill College, Dom Nardone on his commitment to Babson College, Noah Nunnelly on his commitment to Colby College, Josh O'Connell on his commitment to Rhodes College, Cam Plank on his commitment to Franklin Pierce College, Jason Posnick on his commitment to Clark University, Kyle Skidmore on his commitment to Hofstra University, Will Silvia on his commitment to Bates College, Will Slayne on his commitment to Bates College, Jacob Stone on his commitment to Brandeis University, Jack Vaccari on his commitment to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), Patrick Webler on his commitment to Bridgton Academy as a PG, and Devin Yee on his commitment to Wheaton College. Most players are Nokona Baseball Class of 2016 and spent last summer playing for Coach Mike Lyon's and Coach Matt Cuneo's Nokona 17U College Prospect Team.

Nokona Alumni continue training at theNAC


Nokona Alumni in training sessions at theNAC: (left to right) Kyle Skidmore (Hofstra), Brendan Skidmore (SUNY Binghamton), Naushon Galbraith (Elon), Ryan Solomon (Northeastern), Matt Cuneo (Babson) and Nick Ahearn (Babson).


Nokona Athletic Club adds strength trainer Matt Healy to staff

Nokona Baseball kicked off the start of its season with its annual December Clinic Series Saturday, Dec 5th, at the new Nokona Baseball Club in Ashland, MA.

Babson pitchers visit theNAC

The Babson College pitching staff visited the NAC for a workout over winter break. Babson is a private business school in Wellesley, MA, established in 1919. Its central focus on entrepreneurship education has made it the top entrepreneurship college in the United States.

Season kicks off with December Clinic Series

Nokona Baseball kicked off the start of its season with its annual December Clinic Series this past Saturday, Dec 5th, at the new Nokona Baseball Club in Ashland, MA.

Free Clinic For 9 And 10 Year Olds Fills New Training Facility to Capacity

On Saturday, Nov. 14th Nokona Baseball held a free clinic for 9's and 10's with a focus on fielding fundamentals, pitching and hitting. The clinic will continue next Saturday, Nov 21st.

Nokona Athletic Club Celebrates Its Grand Opening

The Nokona Athletic Club—"theNAC"—is a new 12,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art private baseball athletic training center exclusively for the Nokona Baseball Program.

Equipped with six hitting and pitching tunnels, plus a fully equipped workout and training center, theNAC also features a café and common area for congregating, socializing, having a cup of coffee or just sitting down for a beverage or snack. It includes high-top tables and chairs, two 55-inch TV screens, kitchen area, beverage and healthy snack vending machines, and a coffee prep area—all with a very rustic and relaxing café feel.

The facility also features offices and conference rooms. Upstairs above the office area is a comfortable mezzanine sports-themed parent/player lounge outfitted with leather seating, TV's, high-top seating and a great viewing area overlooking the entire facility.

Nokona Baseball Announces New Corporate Branding

Nokona announces its new corporate branding: Since 1934 Nokona has been a leader in providing the best baseball products in the world, all made right here in the USA. The new branding brings a modern look to an 81-year tradition of quality and excellence. We at Nokona Baseball look forward to incorporating this new and contemporary look into our program for 2016.