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THREE TOURNEYS,  TWO CHAMPIONSHIPS
AS NCDB​ OPENS 10th ANNIVERSARY
SPRING/SUMMER SEASON

The 10th spring/summer schedule of NCDB got off to a roaring start the weekend of March 9-10 with three teams in action.  The results:  two championships, a runner-up finish, and a weekend record of 10-2.

The 8U, 10U, and 11U2 teams got the season kicked off.  All three competed at the AAU Super Regional at the Factory in Wake Forest.

The 11U2 squad had a perfect weekend going 4-0 on their way to the championship. They outscored their opponents 52-30 in the four games.  It's the first championship this year for the 11U2 team.

The 8U club won its second championship of the 2018-19 season by going 3-1 on the weekend.  The 8's got revenge from a one-run loss in the opening game of the tournament to by defeating Dirtbags East in the chamionship game rematch.


The 10U club opened its tournament with three straight wins but fell short in the title game and finished runner up.

NCDB now has 147 championships all time to go along with 1,622 victories.


NCDB PARTNERS WITH​
TEAM ELITE

NCDB and Atlanta-based Team Elite, one of the top player development organizations in the country, entered into a partnership on March 12, 2018.  The partnerhship was announced by NCDB President Dean Jordan and Team Elite President Brad Bouras.

The NCDB-Team Elite relationship will focus on high school aged teams, providing opportunities for NCDB players a pathway to playing opportunities with Team Elite national teams in some of the most prominent and competitive events in the US.

LATEST SCORES 

2018-19 AGE-YEAR SEASON 
MARKS 10th ANNIVERSARY
FOR NCDB 

NCDB will celebrate its 10th anniversary throughout the 2018-19 age year season and will have a special celebration in May.  The celebration will mark the anniversary of the organization's first game which was on May 1, 2010, a 10-2 win over the Eastover Diamonds at the Factory in Wake Forest.

For Week of July 16 - July 22
NCDB STAFF ADDITIONS & CHANGES

The start of the spring summer season brings new faces to the NCDB-Team Elite staff.  We are pleased to welcome the following coaches to the NCDB family:

  • Edwin Ganao will lead the NCDB 11U-2 team which is the organization's new second team in the 11U age group;

  • J.C. Santiago will helm NCDB 13U club;
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  • C.J. Needham joins the instructional staff as head coach of NCDB's new 14U Team Elite American club;
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  • Andrew Cooke has come on board to pilot the 15U Team Elite American squad; and
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  • NCDB alumni Dennis Delgado and Max Ruskie will assist coaches across all age groups.

In addition, the following adjustments have been made to head coaching assignments:

  • Jory Coughenour moves from the NCDB 13U team to the new 13U Team Elite American club;
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  • John Garrett moves from the 15U Team Elite American squad to the 16U Team Elite Prospects team.

2018
Awards Banquet Photos 

NCDB​'s  COLEMAN, KOEHLER ARE 
LATEST TO MAKE COLLEGE BASEBALL
COMMITMENTS

ALL-TIME TOTALS 

The month of December saw the 30th and 31st players from NCDB make a college baseball commitment when Ian Coleman and Henry Koehler decided where to continue their baseball careers at the next level.

WINS
​1,624

CHAMPIONSHIPS
​147

Both players are NCDB's class of 2019 and currently play on the organization's Team Elite American squad featuring players from the class of 2019

Coleman will play baseball for coach Frank Maldonato and the Greensboro College Pride.

A senior at Roxboro High School, Ian is in his sixth year with NCDB and was inducted into the players Honor Roll in 2017.
A three-time winner of the organization's Defensive Player of the Year award, Coleman has also won four Gold Gloves awards and two Platinum Arm awards for pitching excellence.

Ian Coleman

Koehler committed to play at Davidson for coach Rucker Taylor.  The Wildcats won the Atlantic-10 baseball title in 2017.

Koehler is a senior at Sanderson High School and is in his third season with NCDB.

Henry has won a Bronze Spikes award for baserunning excellence and has a career average of .317 with NCDB.

Henry Koehler