A graduate of Churchville-Chili High School, Dave was the MVP of the 2004 season. His high school career segued into a four year college career at St. John Fisher in Rochester, NY, where he was voted First Team All Conference in 2008. Dave's playing career also included stops with the Big Bend Cowboys of the CBL for the 2005 season, and the Warner Robins Aviators of the Peach State League during the 2006 season. In addition to coaching, Dave is also the strength and conditioning coach and lead trainer for the entire PAC Baseball Program, as well as the St. John Fisher College Baseball Program. His partnerships with the Ridgewood Blacksox of New Jersey and the PK Prospects of Detroit have created a multi-state progressive training program geared toward creating impact high school players and taking them to the college and professional level.
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A graduate from Olean High School in 2013, Evan was a staple at shortstop for the Cardinals over two seasons and was a two-time All-Conference player. While in a Cardinals’ uniform, Evan helped lead the Cardinals to 75-25 overall record including a program-record 39 wins in 2016. That season, with Evan in the lineup, Fisher won a Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship and advanced to the Division III World Series for the first time in its history. Evan was also awarded the Bob Ward Male Athlete of the Year at Fisher in 2017.
Before being named as an assistant under head coach Brandon Potter in 2019, Evan had volunteered on the Cardinals’ staff where he helped to mentor numerous All-Region infielders back in 2018.Prior to joining Fisher’s staff, he served as a coach with the Webster School District and has worked at Pinnacle Athletic Campus as the travel baseball coordinator.
Evan primarily works with the Hitters and Infielders, and will coach the PAC 14U this summer.
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A 2015 graduate of Morris Hills High School in Rockaway, New Jersey, Coach Toohey was a four year varsity starter and was team MVP and 1st-Team all NJAC his senior year. As a junior, Coach was named a Prospect-Wire All-American.
After high school, Coach Matt went on to pitch four years at St. John Fisher College where he made two NCAA regional tournament appearances. In 2016, as a freshman, Coach helped the Cardinals to the College World Series where they placed 5th in the country.
Coach Matt currently coaches at PAC and St. John Fisher College where he works mostly with pitchers.
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