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Contact Our Staff Regarding Lessons

Please feel free to reach out to any of member of our coaching and training staff for information about lessons:

Instructor/Coach Gerry Carroll:  Gerry.Carroll@NokonaBaseball.org (hitting, pitching, fielding)

Instructor/Coach Dan Sullivan:  Dan.Sullivan@NokonaBaseball.org (hitting, pitching, fielding)

Instructor/Coach Jack Ambrose: JackAtTheNAC@gmail.com. (hitting, pitching, fielding)

Instructor/Coach Brandon Anderson: mrbrandonanderson@me.com (all-around instruction)

Instructor/Coach Michael Caulfield: caulf58@gmail.com (hitting, fielding)

Strength Coach Matt Healy: dynamicathleticperformance@gmail.com (performance training)

Instructor/Coach Jason Hoye: jahoye4@gmail.com (hitting, fielding)

Instructor/Coach James Lagos: coachjameslagos@gmail.com (hitting, fielding)

Instructor/Coach Mike Lyon: Mike.Lyon@NokonaBaseball.org (hitting, fielding)

Instructor/Coach Rob Murray: rob_murray@nobles.edu (hitting, fielding)

Instructor/Coach Justin O'Brien: justinob44@yahoo.com (all-around instruction)

Instructor/Coach Jeff Paulsen:   coachjpaulsen@gmail.com (hitting, pitching, fielding)

Instructor/Coach Eric Rodriguez: Eric.rodriguez@oracle.com (catching, hitting) 

Instructor/Coach Cam Ruziak: cjr1012@plymouth.edu (catching, hitting) 

Instructor/Coach Keith Wasserboehr: wasserboehr@ymail.com (all-around instruction)

Instructor/Coach Matt Winn: matt76winn@gmail.com (hitting, fielding)

 

For general information, please email us at Info@NokonaBaseball.org

 

Instructor/Clinician Steve Simoes: ssimoes@hopkinton.k12.ma.us (hitting, fielding, catching)

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 Baseball Teams for 2019

Next year (the 2019 season), Nokona Baseball will field 14 teams spanning the age groups from 10-and-under to 18-and-under:

  • 10U Chiefs
  • 11U Chiefs
  • 12U Chiefs
  • 13U Chiefs
  • 13U Braves
  • 14U Chiefs
  • 14U Braves
  • 15U Chiefs (College Prospect team)
  • 15U Braves (College Prospect team)
  • 16U Braves (College Prospect team)
  • 16U Chiefs (College Prospect team)
  • 17U Chiefs (College Prospect team)
  • 17U Braves (College Prospect team)
  • 18U College Commitment Team

About the Nokona Baseball Program in the Northeast

The Nokona Baseball program was founded more than 14 years ago with a simple mission: To teach, train, develop and mentor young athletes whose interest it is to play college baseball, all at an affordable cost.

Nokona Baseball is centered on enhancing a player's opportunities for success.  For each age group, the Nokona Baseball Program represents a collection of the area’s most talented players. These athletes come together as a team and compete at the highest level while developing their individual skills and having fun in the process.

The right path to success can begin at any age.  Our organization and its coaches have an enormous passion for baseball. We look to identify and work with players who share a similar passion and want to get the most out of their talents and baseball careers.  We stress the importance of education and the discipline and preparation necessary to achieve success, thereby allowing our athletes the opportunity to play at the highest level possible.

Winning is a product of our success, but not the only measure. Nokona prides itself on past members who have gone on to prestigious colleges and universities, student athletes who have fulfilled their dream of someday being part of a quality collegiate baseball program. Our clinics, camps, and travel teams all help in the overall development of a player’s skills—but the life lessons learned along the way are invaluable.

Nokona teams have continuously put forth a level of commitment and dedication that has come to symbolize what it means to be a Nokona player and carry on in the proud tradition of the program.