Alex Feemster – Director of Baseball

Alex Feemster graduated from Broad Run High School in Ashburn, VA where he excelled in three sports. Alex earned four letters as the center fielder of the Spartans, served as the team captain his senior year, and earned defensive MVP honors. Alex also earned three letters as the point guard and captain for the Spartans Basketball team and earned two letters as a two-way player for the Spartans Football team.

After high school Alex attended Alcorn State in Mississippi for a year on a baseball scholarship as a utility player (P, 2B, OF). He transferred to the University of Virginia’s College at Wise’s where he completed his Bachelors of Arts degree in Health Education with a concentration in Sports Management. While at UVA Wise he played outfield for the Cavalier Baseball Program and outside linebacker and special teams for the Cavalier Football Program. Alex enjoys and appreciates the training aspect of sports which was reflected in his willingness and ability to help teammates. Alex gained some coaching experience working with trainer Robert Smart and his Vision Sports youth football camps. He has a passion for helping others cultivate their abilities and maximize their potential and is anxious to help others elevate their game.

Ruben (Ben) Rosado – Baseball Instructor

Coach Rosado is a graduate from Bluefield College with a Bachelors Degree in Exercise Sport Science with a focus in Sports Medicine. He played baseball for four years at Park View High School which led to a scholarship to play the next four years at Bluefield College. While at Park View, Ben played all positions and was an All-District pitcher his senior year. While at Bluefield, Coach Rosado was used as a pitcher primarily, but also played extensively in the middle infield. Ben continues to work out for independent MLB teams, and looks to play for our hometown Loudoun Hounds while working with young athletes in Loudoun.

Derrick Ellison – Elite Pitching Instructor

Derrick Ellison is a Loudoun County native who graduated from Longwood College with a degree in Business Administration. Coach Ellison signed his first professional contract in 2001 as a non-drafted free agent with the Richmond Roosters of the Frontier League. During his 10 year career he pitched for the following MLB organizations: Seattle Mariners, Chicago Cubs, Milwaukee Brewers, and New York Mets. Coach Ellison was a part of 3 professional championships and was a 2 time All-Star during his playing career in which he reached AAA. Coach Ellison was the pitching coach for Notre Dame Academy (Middleburg, VA), during the 2005 and 2006 seasons. Both of those teams went on to win the VA Independent School League State Championship.

Tommy Meier – Baseball Instructor

Coach Meier played high school ball for Broad Run where he was part of 2 District Title teams. Tommy went on to play College ball at UVA-Wise.

Meier finished his career by hitting .373 with 21 RBIs in his senior season. The catcher also collected eight doubles, three home runs, and scored 20 runs in his final season. The only player to start in all 37 games this season, Meier added 50 hits to finish his career with more hits than any other catcher in school history and fifth overall with 198.

For his career, the Ashburn, Va. native posted a .365 average with 28 doubles, seven triples, four home runs, 73 RBIs, and 104 runs scored.

Scott Logan – Baseball Instructor

Coach Logan grew up in Southmoreland, PA. where he was a three time letter winner for his High School championship teams. Scott then went on to play his college baseball at Walsh University in Canton, OH. While at Walsh he was selected as Outstanding Freshman, Offensive Player of the Year while setting multiple single season records. He still holds records for most AB in a season, most runs, most hits, most doubles and most triples.

Coach Logan has been very active in the travel baseball arena since his graduation, recently as the head Coach of the TC Legends 12u travel team.

Michael Kenah – Baseball Instructor

Coach Kenah graduated from Robinson High School in Fairfax in 2009 where he was an All-District Shortstop. He went on to play for Lynchburg College where he was a middle infielder and outfielder, ranking as one of the best hitters to come out of Lynchburg. He was an All-Region Gold Glove recipient at shortstop in 2012. Mike was named a Team Captain as well as a 2012 All-ODAC, All-State, All-Tournament and All-Region player and led his team to the first Conference Title in 20 years. Burdened by a torn hamstring senior year, Mike went on as an All-ODAC player in 2013. He graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor degree in Economic Crime Prevention and Investigation. Mike has helped run numerous youth camps at Robinson, Lynchburg, George Mason University.

Ray Toto – Catching/Hitting instructor

Coach Toto is a native of Drexel Hill, PA and was a three-time All-City of Philadelphia catcher and two-time team captain at St. Joseph’s Prep High School. He went on to play four years at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA and graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. Although nagged by injuries throughout his career, he was the starting catcher in his junior and senior seasons, which included an Atlantic 10 Conference Championship in 2014 and an NCAA Regional appearance at Rice University in Houston, TX. Coach Toto is known for his defensive skills behind the plate as he ranks third all-time in career fielding percentage at Mason.

Patrick Murphy – Outfield/Hitting Instructor

Coach Murphy was an All Region player for Broad Run HS. He was team captain and batted .476 for his High School career. While recruited by multiple D1 colleges, Coach Murphy chose to focus on his education at Virginia Tech where he graduated with a Bio-Chemistry degree in 2013. During his formative years he played for a Nationally ranked travel Program that played more than 100 games per year and traveled all across the country.

Dom Craig – Catching/ Hitting Instructor

Coach Craig joins us during summers while he is still working towards his degree at Virginia tech. Dom was recruited to play for Gordon College in Boston as a catcher out of high school. While he found baseball to be fun at the D1 level he chose to transfer to Va Tech to focus on his degree in Physics. Coach Craig currently plays on the Va Tech club team where he is a standout catcher while carrying a heavy course load. We expect to have him full time in Summer 2017. He currently coaches our Showcase team in the summers.