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USA Mavericks Club Program

The USA Mavericks Baseball Club is a youth program that supports six age levels, U12 through U18.  Members of the New England Elite Baseball League, the club is owned by Dave Hoyt and boasts a professional coaching staff made up of more than 14 former professional and collegiate players.  We host public try-outs in August each year and train November-March in our state of the art indoor facility, the USA Training Center located in Newington, NH.  Each team participates in a comprehensive schedule of game and tournament play throughout the spring season.

Most USA Mavericks high school players go on to compete at the college level, many with academic and/or athletic scholarships.  Over the last four years, Dave Hoyt’s extensive networking experience has had a direct result in Mavericks high school players being awarded a combined $3.2 million in academic and athletic scholarship money at colleges and universities all over the country.

Former USA Mavericks Players

These players are former USA Mavericks. They are currently playing in college. Players are listed by division and then by the institution they are currently playing for.

Division I

Richard Arias, 2010 – Coastal Carolina
Kevin Veilleux, 2010 – University of Hartford
Mike Montville, 2010 – University of Maryland
Jack Verrill, 2012 – West Point
Aidan O’Leary, 2011 – Manhattan
Luke Fernandes, 2012 – Boston College
Keegan Taylor, 2011 – Northeastern University
Ryan Coppinger, 2010 – Canisius
Josh Jacques, 2012 – Eastern Tennessee
Carson Cross, 2010 – University of Connecticut

Division II

Casey Cotter, 2009 – Merrimack College
Philip Erwin, 2011 – Nyack
Ben Johnson, 2010 – University of Tampa
Tyler Poisson, 2010 – SNHU
Brian Maynard, 2010 – College of St. Rose
David Parma, 2010 – SNHU
Cole Tobin, 2010 – Nyack
Robbie Chooligan, 2011 – Franklin Pierce University
Matt Grenier, 2010 – Babson University
Danny Rashid, 2010 - SNHU

Division III

DJ Colbert, 2011 – Worcester State College
Gabe May, 2011 – Boston State College
Sean McKenna, 2012 – Wheaton College, Illinois
Connor Trefethen, 2012 – New England Community College
Nick Leishear, 2011 – New England College
Alex Fredette, 2011 – Colby Sawyer
Matt Cronin, 2010 – Fresno Pacific
Quinn McCann, 2012 – Curry College
Tanner Chase, 2010 – Keene State College
Peter Mucher, 2011 – University of Southern Maine
Jordan Bean, 2012 – Tufts
Kyle Gaffney, 2010 – Williams College