Broad Run Baseball2011 Region Champs
2011 Dulles District ChampsCheck out Conor Mullee's (BRHS - '06) baseball card. Conor was drafted in the 24th round of the 2010 MLB draft by the New York Yankees. He is a pitcher for the Tampa Yankees.Spartans Playing in College...Andrew Seigel - Concord UniversityKyle McCormack - Frostburg StateTaylor Clarke - RHP - Towson University#9 Taylor Clarke
Position: Pitcher Bats: R Throws: R Height: 6'2" Weight: 180 Year: Freshman Hometown: Ashburn, Va. High School: Broad Run H.S. Major: Physical Education
Promising freshman righthander who did very well in the Fall ... could be one of the Tigers’ starting pitchers this season ... very smart pitcher who throws hard.
BACKGROUND: First team All-State selection in Virginia while playing at Broad Run H.S. ... honored as District Player of the Year for Coach Patrick Cassidy ... led the Spartans to the 2011 district championship and a school record 22 wins ... set a school record by posting a 23-4 pitching record during career ... compiled a 10-1 record with one save as a senior ... earned lone save in regional championship game ... batted .400 as a senior with five home runs and 30 runs batted in ... pitched the Spartans to a 5-2 win over Jamestown in state quarter-finals with nine strikeouts ... two-time All-District pick ... also named to All-Metro team ... compiled a 9-1 record with a 1.83 E.R.A. as a junior ... struck out 72 batters with only three walks in 2010 ... also played basketball for the Spartans ... three-year performer for the Spartans’ golf team.
PERSONAL: Has two brothers ... career goal is to become a pro baseball player ... lists parents as people he admires most ... favorite video game is “Call of Duty” .... favorite TV show is “South Park” ... devoted fan of the New York Mets ... favorite major league player is David Wright ... lists Mark Wahlberg as his favorite actor ... father is a sales representative ... mother is a graduate of Cornell who is a teacher ... son of Noel and Patricia Clarke ... born on May 13, 1993 in Centerville, Va. ... major is Physical Education.Zach Rawson - OF - St. Peter's College
Photo By: Yvette Gagnon / Gameday
Chris Jessop - IF - Flager College
#10 Chris Jessop
Hometown: Ashburn, Va.
Last School: Broad Run HS2010 (FRESHMAN): Appeared in 11 games with four starts...Batted .250 with five hits and five RBI...Drove in two runs against Lincoln Memorial (Mar. 17) and Rollins (Apr. 16)...Had a pinch hit single in just his second collegiate at bat for his first hit vs. Florida Tech (Feb. 16).
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Broad Run High School in Ashburn, Va.…Lettered in baseball four years and football three…Was an All-Region baseball selection his junior and senior year…Batted .395 his senior year.
PERSONAL: Son of Kyle and Rhonda Jessop…A business administration major...Has a brother and sister…Hobbies include watching football and going to the beach…His favorite movie is “Dumb & Dumber”…Lists seafood as his favorite food…Kenny Chesney is his favorite musician…Derek Jeter is his favorite sports athlete.Shane Vlasic - Pitcher - UMBC
#22 - Shane Vlasic Class:
Background: First Team All-District as a second baseman and a pitcher in 2010... Earned Second Team All-District honors as a second baseman in 2009... Named First Team All-Region as a pitcher and Second Team All-Region at second base in 2010... Earned All-State Honorable Mention citations as a pitcher and second baseman in 2010.
Personal: Son of Robert and Susan Vlasic... Has two siblings, Tyler and Whitney... Major is undecided… Born Nov. 23, 1991.
Tommy Meier - Catcher - UVA's College at Wise#5 Tommy MeierHeight: 6-3Weight: 210Class: SOPosition: CHometown: Ashburn, VASolid all around catcher....great contact hitter....gets on base a lot....should hit near top of the batting order....high ceiling....working hard to reach potential....
At Broad Run HS: Selected first team All Dulles District; team MVP
Personal: Son of Tommy and Sharon Meier; majoring in history.
2010: hit .363 with 14 runs and 16 rbi with a .978 fielding percentageWelcome to the Broad Run Spartans Baseball home page. Our home page is divided into the following areas:I. PhilosophyII. Fall/Winter Weight RoomIII. Winter Hitting CampIV. 2011 Baseball ScheduleV. 2011 Spring Break Schedule (for Varsity and JV)VI. Coaching StaffVII. FacilitiesVIII. College PlayersIX. Program HistoryX. Spartans in the Pros...If you have questions regarding the baseball program at Broad Run, click here to email Coach Cassidy.
Our priorities in the baseball program are very simple: family, school work, and baseball (in that order). The baseball staff believes that if our players make decisions that reflect this philosophy then they will experience success in athletics…and in life.
On the field, we want our players to play hard at all times. At the same time, we want our players to have fun. One of our goals is to win as many games as possible, but we are not a “Win at all Costs” type of program. The most talented players, who work well within the team concept and behave in a manner that represents Broad Run in a positive manner, earn the most playing time on game night.
As coaches, it is our job to assist each player in our program in his development as a student, athlete, and person. We teach the values of hard work, teamwork, and unselfishness. It is our aim that the discipline our players learn as members of our baseball program will serve as a tool that will guide them well beyond their playing days.FALL/WINTER WEIGHT ROOMWeight room workouts will be every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 7:50 AM until 8:40 AM starting in mid-September.Proper weight training is essential for the continued success of our teams and individual players. Beyond the fact that lifting weights properly will help athletes become bigger, stronger, and faster as baseball players, it even more important because it improves one’s overall athleticism. In turn, this helps athletes to avoid injury during the season.
Our baseball workout develops the upper body and the lower body. It also includes specific lifts intended to strengthen muscle groups specifically used in baseball (rotator cuff, core muscles, etc). Copies of the baseball workout are available in the weight room.WINTER HITTING CAMPWinter hitting camp takes place on Saturdays in January and February leading up to the beginning of tryouts.There will be a short meeting in mid-October in Room 205 (Coach Cassidy's classroom) to discuss the camp. The camp will be open to anyone who is interested in coming out for baseball this spring...
***Participation, or lack thereof, in winter hitting camp in no way affects your chances of making the team at Broad Run this spring.2013 BR BASEBALL SCHEDULE TBA...Date Opponent Location __ Time3/2 ***Woodgrove Var-WHS/JV-BR Noon3/6 ***LVHS Var - BR/ JV-LVHS 5 pm3/11 Paul VI Var - PVI / JV - BR 6 pm
3/13 Park View Var - BR 6 pm3/13 Herndon JV - HHS 6:30 pm3/15 Kettle Run Var - KR / JV - BR 6 pm
3/19 Herndon Var - HHS / JV - BR 6:30 pm / 6 pm3/20 Oakton Var - BR / JV - OHS 6 pm
3/25 Cheers/DST Wood Bat Tourney 2:30 vs Kettle Run3/26 Cheers/DST Wood Bat Tourney TBA4/2 Westfield Var - WHS / JV - BR 6 pm4/5 Osbourn Var-BR/ JV - OHS 6 pm4/9 Stonewall Jackson Var-SJ/ JV - BR 6 pm4/12 Battlefield Var - BR/ JV - BHS 6 pm / 5:30 pm4/16 Patriot Var - PHS/ JV - BR 6 pm4/19 Osbourn Var - OHS/ JV - BR 6 pm4/23 Freedom Var - BR / JV - FHS 6 pm4/26 Stonewall Jackson Var - BR/ JV - SJ 5 pm4/26 Bridgeport (WVA) Varsity only - BRHS 7:30 pm
4/30 Patriot Var - BR / JV - PHS 6 pm5/3 Battlefield Var - BHS/ JV-BR 6 pm5/7 Freedom Var - FHS / JV-BR 6 pm*** denotes scrimmage
Head Coach: Pat CassidyAsst Coach: Mike PuckliJV Head Coach: Mike PetrellaJV Asst Coach: Mark Lucas2013 SPRING BREAKThis March we will be hosting the 4th Annual Cheers Sports/DST Wood Bat Tournament over Spring Break.The 2013 teams for the tournament are Broad Run, Kettle Run, Washington (WVA), and George Mason High School.Games will played on Monday, March 25th and Tuesday, March 26th. Wednesday the 27th is the make up/rain date (only if necessary).Games will be played at 2:30 PM and 5 PM each day.Monday the 25th - Broad Run vs. Kettle Run - 2:30 PM.Washington vs. George Mason - 5 PMTuesday is TBA...
Pat Cassidy – Head Varsity CoachPat Cassidy (BRHS – ’91) returns for his seventeenth season as Head Coach of Broad Run’s Varsity Baseball team. During his tenure, he has overseen the program’s consistent success in a variety of ways. The Spartans have posted nine consecutive winning regular seasons highlighted by their 2011 AA State Semi-Final Appearance, their 2011 Region Championship, their 2008 AA State Tournament appearance, five consecutive trips to the Region Tournament in 2007 - 2011, Dulles District Tournament Championships (2010, 2008), and Dulles District Regular Season Championships (2007, 2008, 2011).Besides consistently producing successful teams on the playing diamond, Cassidy has overseen the development of the program in a vareity of ways. The team's Spring Break trip to Virginia Beach (2002-2009), the Broad Run Summer Baseball Camp (since 2005), the installation of lights and a Bermuda grass infield playing surface (2008), and hosting the Cheers/DST Wood Bat Tournament (2010-present) are several of the ways that the Broad Run Baseball program has grown during Coach Cassidy's tenure.Coaching Honors/ Team Accomplishments4-time District Coach of the Year (2011, 2008, 2007, 2004)193 wins as a Head Coach26 College Baseball PlayersHall of Fame - Lower Loudoun Little League (Class of 2010)AA State Tournament (2011, 2008)Region Champions (2011)Region Tournament (2011, 2010, 2009, 2008,2007)Dulles District Regular Season Champions (2011, 2008, 2007)Dulles District Tournament Champions (2010, 2008)Dulles District Runner Ups (2010, 2009)Dulles District Post-Season Tournament Semi's (2004)Northwestern District Tournament Semi's (1999)College Players /"Beyond Broad Run"Coach Cassidy has coached 26 players that have continued their baseball careers at the college level. Several of these players include: Conor Mullee (BRHS-'06) currently in the New York Yankees organization following his record-setting career at St. Peter's College, Joey Devlin (BRHS - '05) who finished the 2008 season for Lynchburg College as a 2nd team All-American, 2004 Unanimous Dulles District Player of the Year, Andrew Abokhair (BRHS - '04), a three-year starting catcher at George Washington University, and Brad Bauder (BRHS – ’99) who played two seasons of professional baseball as a member of the Gateway Grizzlies in the Frontier League following his career at Virginia Tech where he was a three-time All Conference selection.Current college players include: Tommy Meier (BRHS -08), a catcher at The University of Virginia at Wise, Chris Jessop (BRHS - '09), an infielder at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida, Shane Vlasic (BRHS - '10) a pitcher at the University of Maryland at Baltimore County, Taylor Clarke (BRHS - '11) a pitcher at Towson University, Zach Rawson (BRHS - '11) an outfielder at St. Peter's College in New Jersey, Kyle McCormack (BRHS-'12) a pitcher at Frostburg State University, and Andrew Seigel (BRHS - '12) an outfielder at Concord University in Athens, West Virginia.College / High School Athletic ExperienceCoach Cassidy earned a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in English in 1995 from The Catholic University of America (CUA) in Washington, D. C. While at CUA, he was a four-year letter winner on the Varsity Basketball team; the team twice set the school record for wins in a season (20 – 1992, 21 – 1993). The team made CUA’s first appearance in the NCAA Post Season Tournament in over 44 years in 1993. In 1995, as a senior, Cassidy was voted Captain by his teammates. In both 1994 and 1995, Cassidy earned CUA’s Student-Athlete Leader award for academic, athletic, and community excellence.
Cassidy’s high school career at Broad Run (’91) was spent as a member of both the basketball and baseball teams. He played 2nd base on the 1991 AA State Championship team that went 20-1 on the season. Cassidy played point guard on the basketball team that won the Northwestern District Championship in both 1990 and 1991. As a senior he was named Captain and was voted to the All-Tournament team of the Loudoun Times Mirror Holiday Tournament.College / High School Coaching Tree...While at CUA, Cassidy played basketball for Mike Lonergan. Lonergan currently serves as the Head Basketball Coach at George Washington University. In 2001, Lonergan earned National Coach of the Year honors following CUA's Division III National Championship run. Lonergan then worked as an assistant coach for Gary Williams at the University of Maryland and spent six years as the Head Coach at the University of Vermont.At Broad Run, Cassidy played baseball for AA State Coach of the Year, Wayne Todd, who led the team to the 1991 AA State Championship. Coach Todd now serves as the head coach at Loudoun Valley High School; he has over 350 wins in his coaching career.Professional/PersonalCoach Cassidy has spoken at college, high school, and youth league baseball and basketball clinics for over a decade. In 2005, Cassidy published Effective Coaching: Teaching Young People Sports and Sportsmanship which serves as a guide for beginning coaches at the youth league level.
Coach Cassidy is married to the former, Jennifer Wiley (BRHS – 1991). They have two daughters, Erin and Megan, and a son, Tyler.
Mike Petrella - JV CoachMike Petrella returns for his seventh season as a member of the baseball staff this year as our Head JV Coach. Coach Petrella has led our JV teams to years of success.
The 2012 team, comprised primarily of freshmen, finished with a 12-6 mark. The 2011 team, mainly freshmen, finished 6-8-1. The 2010 team finished with an outstanding record of 13-2-2 on the season. The 2009 JV baseball team he coached (made up primarily of freshmen) finished the season with a 11-2 mark. In 2008, his first as coach of the JV Baseball team, he led the team to an 11-3 record on the season with a pitching staff made up primarily of freshmen. In 2007, his first year on our staff as a JV assistant coach, the JV team finished with a 10-7 mark.Petrella coached baseball at Freedom High School in 2006 and spent five years as a member of the girls basketball coaching staff here at Broad Run. Following the 2008 season, he was promoted to the position of Girls' Varsity Basketball Assistant Coach.
Coach Petrella currently teaches Physical Education at Eagle Ridge Middle School. He graduated in 2005 from Radford University with a degree in Heath and Physical Education. Coach Petrella was a 2001 graduate of Loudoun County High School. He played outfield on the baseball team where he earned two Varsity letters for the Raiders, and he was a teammate of current Broad Run Assistant Coach, Tim Anderson.Coach Petrella's everyday duties include working with the catchers and the JV team. In 2012, he coached All-District Catcher, Joe Delahaba, who hit .351 on the year. Prior to that, Petrella coached the outfielders. In 2011, he coached All-Region oufielder Nick Richardson and All-District outfielder Andrew Seigel. In 2009 and 2008 he coached Zach Rawson, a two-time All-District selection who is currently an outfielder at St. Peter's College in New Jersey. In 2008, he coached outfielder Andrew Mann, a 1st Team All-Region selection who led the team, district, and region with 28 stolen bases on the season. In 2007, Petrella coached outfielder Steven Hershey, who was a 1st team All-Dulles District selection as an outfielder.Coach Petrella's father, Ron, currently serves as Athletic Director at Heritage High School in Leesburg, Virginia. Before that, he was a teacher, coach, and administrator at Broad Run (where he coached Coach Cassidy on the basketball court).Coach Cassidy's thoughts on Coach Petrella: "Mike is an essential part of our coaching staff. He does a great job with our catchers, and he did a tremendous job developing our outfielders for years. He brings an outstanding work ethic to our program. He takes his responsibilty to our players, both in and out of the season, very seriously.""This past year, he led our young JV squad to a successful season, and once again has proved himself very capable as a leader of young players. I am looking forward to having him work with our players and coaches again this spring."Mike Puckli - Assistant Varsity CoachMike Puckli joins the Broad Run Baseball staff for his third season this spring. He will serve as the Varsity Assistant Coach on game night and will work with both the JV and Varsity pitchers during practice.
In 2012, he oversaw a pitching staff that saw Senior Kyle McCormack earn six wins and commit to pitch at Frostburg State University, and worked with AJ Powell who threw a no-hitter late in the season (the fourth no-hitter he has thrown in the last two seasons).
Two years ago, in Puckli's first year working with the pitching staff, he worked with Towson University bound Taylor Clarke as he posted a 10-1 record and then-Sophomore AJ Powell who threw three no-hitters on the season.Coach Puckli is a 2007 graduate of Marist College where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. Coach Puckli came to Broad Run last year after spending two years coaching pitchers at Briar Woods HS.As a pitcher at Marist he led the team in Appearances (21) during the 2007 season. From 2003-05, Coach Puckli was a pitcher at George Mason University. During the 2004 season, he appeared on the mound in the NCAA Regional verses Vanderbilt and he set the school record for fewest walks issued in a season (2).Coach Puckli is a 2002 graduate of Loudoun County High School where he was a two-year letter winner and teammate of Coach Petrella. While at County, Puckli earned All-District, Washington Post All-Extra, and Honorable Mention Washington Post Honors as a Pitcher/Utility player during the 2002 season.Coach Cassidy's thoughts on Coach Puckli: "We are very fortunate to have someone with Mike's playing and coaching background on our coaching staff. As a former Division I pitcher he serves as a great resource for our players who desire to excel at baseball beyond the high school level.""Mike's knowledge of pitching is a tremendous asset to our coaching staff and for all the pitchers in our program. He is able to help our younger pitchers at the JV level and our more experienced Varsity pitchers as well."Mark Lucas - JV Assistant Coach-Last year was the first on staff for JV Assistant Coach, Mark Lucas. Lucas serves as the JV Assistant Coach and works everyday with both the Varsity and Junior Varsity Outfielders.In 2012, Coach Lucas worked with Senior Captain Andrew Seigel. Seigel played center field and led off for the Spartans. He led the team in Runs Scored, Stolen Bases, and Base on Balls. Seigel signed a baseball scholarship with Concord University, a Division II school in Athens, West Virginia.Coach Lucas teaches in the Social Studies Department at Broad Run. He is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh. He played on the Club Baseball team at Pitt and played his high school baseball in Mars, PA.Coach Cassidy's thoughts on Coach Lucas: "Mark has been a great addition to our coaching staff. He does a great job with our outfielders, has worked hard picking up and teaching our team concepts, and has added a fresh/new perspective to our coaching staff. I am very happy he is a part of our staff."Cole Shain - Volunteer Asst. CoachCole Shain (BRHS - '08) returns to Broad Run this spring for his first season as our Volunteer Assistant Coach. Coach Shain will coach in the first base box with the Varsity team on game night.Shain comes back to BR following his successful career as a four year starting pitcher at the College of William and Mary. While with the Tribe, Shain's highlights include the highest rated victory in school history with his junior year win at UNC. He also pitched against #1 in the nation UVA and #1 in the nation University of Florida. As a member of the Tribe pitching staff, Shain contributed to a CAA best Earned Run Average in 2011.At Broad Run, Shain has a standout career for the Spartans. On the baseball field he was a 3-year starter on the mound and at first base. He earned All-Region and All-District honors for the Spartans as a pitcher. His complete game victory over Louisa High School in the Region playoffs in 2008 propelled Broad Run to the State for the first time in over a decade. On the football field, Shain quarterbacked the Spartans to a district championship his senior year.Coach Cassidy's thoughts on Coach Shain: "Cole was a tremendous student-athlete in our program. Besides being an outstanding performer on the field leading our team to multiple championships, he always was a class act in the way he reresented our program and school on and off the field. I am extremely happy that he decided to come back and coach in the program he helped build as a player."---FACILITIESBroad Run's facilities are among the best in the state of Virginia. They include a Bermuda grass infield, infield and outfield in-ground irrigation, fenced in bullpens, indoor and outdoor batting tunnels, a press box/storage facility behind home plate, and the return of lights (2008).COLLEGE PLAYERSSince 1997, twenty-six players have moved on from Broad Run to play baseball at the college level.Kyle McCormack - '12 -Frostburg State University (MD)Andrew Seigel - '12 - Concord University (WVA)Chris Johnson - '12 - The University of Virginia at WiseTaylor Clarke - '11 - Towson UniversityZach Rawson - '11 - St. Peter's College (NJ)Shane Vlasic - '10 - UMBCChris Jessop - '09 - Flagler College (FL)Cole Shain - '08 - William and MaryTommy Meier -'08 - The University of Virginia at WiseTrey Brocke - '08 - New River Community College
Alex Feemster - '06 - Alcorn State University (Miss)John Lynch - '06 - St. Peters's College (NJ)David Miranda - '06 - Montgomery College (MD)
Conor Mullee - '06 - St. Peter's College (NJ)
Sean Plouffe - '06 - Shenandoah University
Joey Devlin – ’05 – Lynchburg College
Andrew Abokhair – ’04 – George Washington University (DC)
Michael O’ Donnel – ’03 – University of Mary Washington
Jared Bickel – ’02 – Shippensburg University (PA)
Brad Bauder – ’99 – Virginia Tech
Chris Null – ’99 – Bridgewater College
Josh Scarbrough – ‘98 – Clinch Valley College
Tony Watkins – ‘98 – UMBC
Matt Wiley – ‘98 – UMBC
Sean Hainline – ’97 – St. Mary’s College (MD)
Mike Jones – ’97 – Clinch Valley CollegeSome interesting facts about BR players while in college…* Scott Schultz (BRHS - '91) was a starting pitcher for the two-time, NCAA National Champion LSU Tiger Baseball team in 1993 and 1995. Schultz is LSU's all time leader in Wins (38) and strikeouts (409) on the mound. Following his freshmen season, he named to the AP Freshmen All-American team.* Brad Bauder (BRHS – ’99) had the second most productive day in NCAA baseball history when he went 8 for 8 with 4 home runs and 14 RBI in a Virginia Tech victory over Georgetown in 2002. His performance was noted in Sports Illustrated. Bauder was a three-time All-Conference selection at Virginia Tech (twice in the Atlantic-10 and once in the Big-East.)
* T Riley (BRHS – ’95) was second in the nation in Stolen Bases while a member of the JMU Dukes Baseball team during the 1998 season. He was a four-year starter for the Dukes.* Joey Devlin (BRHS - '05) was voted an ABCA 2nd Team All-American following his 9-0 junior campaign on the mound for Lynchburg College. His 1.04 ERA was among the lowest in college baseball for the year. Following his senior year, Devlin was voted the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Co-Pitcher of the Year. Devlin did not lose a conference decision (14-0) during his junior and senior years.* Matt Wiley and Tony Watkins (BRHS - '97) both were in the College World Series in 2000 as UMBC took on #7 East Carolina University. Wiley was later named Captain of the team during his senior season in 2001.* Josh Scarbrough (BRHS - '97) broke his own single season home run record by hitting 15 round trippers for UVA-Wise during the 2002 season.* Andrew Abokhair (BRHS - 04) had the first Run Batted In in the Washinton Nationals new stadium in an exhibition played between George Washington University and St. Joseph's University on March 22nd, 2008. In 2006, Abokhair led GW with a .303 batting average and was named to the Atlantic 10 All-Tournament team.* Michael O’Donnel (BRHS – ’03) reached base 7 times in 7 at bats (4 hits/ 3 BB's) in The University of Mary Washington’s 2005 Conference Championship Win over Salisbury University. O'Donnel was a three-year starter in the outfield for the Eagles. He appeared in the NCAA Post-Season multiple times...* Conor Mullee (BRHS - '06) was named a 1st team All-MAAC selection following the 2009 season at St. Peter's College as he led his team in home runs (6) and was among the nation's leaders in double plays turned. In 2010, he finished his career as the all-time leader for SPC in games played, hits, doubles, and RBI.* Sean Plouffe (BRHS - '06) was a member of the Shenandoah University Baseball team that played in the NCAA Division III World Series in 2009 and 2010. Plouffe was a catcher for the Hornets team that finished the season ranked 6th nationally and set a school record for Wins in a season (38).PROGRAM HISTORY
Broad Run Baseball has a proud tradition of success that includes many team and individual accomplishments.
AA State Champs – 1991
AA State Runner-up – 1990Region Champs – 5 timesRegion Runner-up- 2008
District Champs – 11 times
AA State Player of the Year – T Riley, 1996
Scott Schultz, 1991
VHSL Senior All Star Game – Andrew Abokhair, 2004
Adam Wargo, 1992
Scott Schultz, 1991Washington Post All- Met Team – Taylor Clarke, 2011
Andrew Abokhair, 2004
Scott Schultz, 1991
Region Player of the Year – T Riley, 1996
Scott Schultz, 1991, 1990District Player of the Year – Taylor Clarke, 2011
Andrew Abokhair, 2004
T Riley, 1996
Scott Schultz, 1991, 1990
District/Region/AA State Coach of the Year – Wayne Todd - 1991
Region Coach of the Year - Pat Cassidy - 2011
District Coach of the Year – Pat Cassidy - 2004, 2007, 2008, 2011SPARTANS IN THE PROS...Several Spartan Baseball players have played baseball professionally...Conor Mullee (BRHS - '06) - 24th round / New York Yankees (2010)
Brad Bauder (BRHS – ’99) – Gateway Grizzlies – 2003, 2004
St. Louis, MO
T Riley (BRHS – ’96) – Texas Rangers - 2000
Class “A” Minor League
Scott Schultz (BRHS – ’91) – Cleveland Indians – late 1990’s
Class “AA” Minor League
Mike Belcher (BRHS - '90) - Houston Astros Minor League
Bernie Menapace (BRHS - 1974) - Baltimore Orioles draft pick