I am originally from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. I played two years of junior college baseball at Genesee Community College before transferring to Gannon University. Playing at the junior college and NCAA DII level were excellent overall experiences. In hindsight, I was fortunate to have a career-ending injury that enabled me to start my coaching. Over the last 12 years, I have coached at the professional, elite summer league, NCAA DII and NAIA levels, both as a head coach and assistant. The experience within and knowledge of the recruiting process I utilize on a daily basis to help families I work with in their recruiting efforts. Not many individuals have coached at a number of levels, and I love for our families to benefit from my experiences in college recruiting.
As a former college head coach, my staff and I would attempt to offer scholarships to a select group of students each year. Recruiting isn’t an easy task at smaller colleges, but using NCSA as a college coach was a huge help. Working at NCSA gives me the opportunity to help many more potential student-athletes achieve their dream of competing at the college level. As a coach, the greatest joy is seeing student-athletes excel on and off the field. NCSA has given me the opportunity to make an impact on the lives of hundreds of students each year. This is the true joy of college athletics.