Isaiah Arana played college baseball as an outfielder at Thomas College for three seasons. Before joining the Terriers, he played three years of varsity baseball at Timber Creek High School, winning the district championship all three years.
Bobby Bennett played college baseball at Dakota County Technical College for two seasons and on season at Indiana Tech as an outfielder. During his time in Indiana he batted .310 with 12 home runs and 37 RBIs in 41 games played. He played high school baseball at Lake Mary.
Ben Berggren pitched for Bethune-Cookman University for several seasons as a left-handed specialist. He played first base and pitcher at Lake Howell High School. During his senior season he had an ERA of 2.28 and a batting average of .303.
Ismael Cotto played two seasons at Palm Beach Atlantic University as an outfielder posting a batting average of .333 during his final season as a Sailfish. He played high school baseball at Lyman High School.
Josue Cotto played four years at Lyman High School. He has a passion for coaching youth baseball and teaching players the fundamentals of the game
AJ King is a former college baseball player. He played two seasons as an infielder at Seminole State College and then two seasons at Alcorn State University. King played high school baseball at Lake Brantley where he helped the team win an 8A State Championship in 2014.
Ramon Lamboy is a veteran coach with over 20 years of coaching experience. He currently coaches at Tohopekaliga High School and was formerly the head coach at Freedom High School.
AJ Makarewicz played two seasons of college baseball at Seminole State College before transferring to Alcorn State where he played another two seasons. At Lake Brantley High School, he played as an infielder where he was a part of the 2013 8A state title team.
Nikko Martell is currently the Head Coach at Tohopekaliga High School in Kissimmee. Martell is bilingual, specializes in fielding instruction and has coaching certifications from USA Baseball, NFHS and FLDOE. With a decade of experience, Martell previously coached at Gateway High School as an Assistant Coach to former Kansas City Royals scout, Jim Moran. The Gateway program’s success was solidified by its production of several NAIA-D1 student athletes including a Panther baseball alum being drafted in 2018 by the Chicago White Sox.
Frankie Martello played four years of college baseball as a third baseman for Flagler College. He played high school baseball at University where he lettered all four years.
Brett Rhodes was a four-year starter on his high school team and earned a scholarship to play baseball at Drexel University. He finished his college playing career at Florida A&M University. He has been around baseball his entire life and also works at Sanford Memorial Stadium. He works primarily with hitters, infielders, outfielders and catchers.
Harrison Shames earned his master’s degree in Recreation and Sport Sciences with a concentration on coaching from Ohio University. He currently coaches and teaches at Winter Park High School.