Chuck Schoolcraft- Camp Director & Baseball Coach
Chuck has been the varsity baseball coach at Nashoba Regional High School since 2002. He is very dedicated to helping young players develop. In addition to coaching the high school program, he is a partner/coach at The Northeast Eagles AAU Program where he focuses on pitching lessons, coaching AAU teams and overall player development. His resume includes a Central Mass Sectional Title, Division I State Final and 3-14U New England AAU Championships. Chuck will be coaching the 13-15 year old campers.
Chris Klingenberg- Baseball Coach
Chris played Varsity baseball and graduated from Hudson High School. He has spent many years as a sports writer for several local newspapers and has maintained his involvement in baseball through coaching. Currently a coach for the Northeast Eagles AAU Program and JV Coach at Westford Academy, Chris is an alumni of the camp and continues to bring an excellent background along with his love for the game to our summer baseball program.
Emily Sargent- Softball Camp Director
Emily has been a pitching coach for six years and loves helping young softball players learn how to pitch, hit, field, and find their love for the game! She grew up in Lancaster, started playing softball at the age of 10, and was a three-year varsity pitcher for Nashoba High School, graduating in 2014. She continued her softball career as a pitcher at the NCAA D1 level at Central Connecticut State University. In 2015, the CCSU softball team won the Northeast Conference Championship and played in the NCAA Regionals tournament against the University of Georgia.
Since graduating from CCSU with a degree in Exercise Science, she has been working at Harvard University as a strength and conditioning coach for three years, training college athletes for many different sports. For more information check out her website: sargentsoftballtraining.com
Chuck Schoolcraft, JR- Baseball Coach
Chuck expresses his love for baseball through his active participation in coaching youth athletes. He is known for his engaging personality and creates an enjoyable learning experience for all participants. Whether he is coaching one on one or to a larger group, all young athletes benefit from his ability to relate to players of all ability levels. He’s also active in the Clinton youth softabll and basketball leagues, teaching individual skills, teamwork, leadership and competing with high energy and fairness.