Vision Statement

To develop well disciplined student athletes, who pursue excellence in both education and athletics.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide the best possible environment in which to excel daily in the classroom and on the playing field, and to use the game of baseball as a tool to educate, promote and instill the qualities necessary to succeed in the game of life.  Our standard of excellence is built on a foundation of commitment, discipline, teamwork, and pride.  Our baseball program emphasizes the importance of the student-athlete priorities:
(1) Faith, (2) Family, (3) Academics, (4) Baseball, …

Core Values

Commitment- Team first! Every player must be willing to do all that is required for the success of the team. Integrity- Athletes must adhere to fair play, respect for the game, coaches, players, opponents, umpires, and facilities. Pride- Players must remember they are representing their school and community, and must adhere to the highest standard of conduct. Players must take pride in their performance, appearance, and facility.

Coaching Philosophy

  1. Coaching baseball is not just preparation for the game, it is preparation for life.
  • Emphasis is placed on developing responsible young men as well as baseball players.
  • Coaches are honest with players and parents at all times.
  • There are no shortcuts; success comes with hard work, dedication, and pride.
  • Respect the history of the game, and play with integrity.
  • Wins and losses are important, but the team relationships will last well beyond the season.
  • Education is the reason we are here.


  • Athletes are required to put scholastic work and baseball above all other social activities. Success in both of these areas requires a lot of time, hard work, and sacrifice.
  • Attendance is mandatory for all team meetings, practices, and functions.
  • Respect is a must for coaches, players, opponents, and officials.
  • Players are held to a high standard of behavior, both on and off the field.
  • Discipline problems that occur on campus or in the community will be dealt with severely.


  • Support the program and coaches, and when issues arise, communicate with the Coach.
  • Treat officials, teams, and other spectators with respect at all times.
  • Support the booster club and get involved when able.
  • Understand that your athlete is part of the team and their commitment to that team must be taken seriously.