Anthony Saporito


Anthony Saporito - Head Coach

About Coach Tony

Coach Tony had the privilege of coaching elite travel baseball with over 25 tournament wins Top Gun, Cooperstown, Ripken, and Perfect Game tournament wins.  His teams placed at least in the top five on the East Coast and Sun Belt regions. Coach Tony has served as a consultant and instructor to several regional high schools and travel teams.  He was asked to guide young ladies as they pursue their softball dreams of playing high school softball and college.  Coach Tony is focused on individual player development to build a foundation to become a fundamentally sound player. He takes that foundation and teaches his players how to use their skills for the higher purpose of playing for the success of their team and for their teammates. He not only teaches them discipline and confidence, but he also imposes the action of showing selflessness towards teammates.

Coach Tony is originally from Chester Pennsylvania and has lived in Loudoun County since 2015. Professionally he has been a Geriatric Social Worker for the last 15 years working exclusively with individuals with memory loss and psychiatric disorders. Coach T thrive on changing the dynamics of individuals and their families’ relationships to meet daily goals and gain a stronger connection within the community. He takes the same approach when coaching young people and working with families.

Playing experience: Coach Tony’s youth was focused on multiple sports; baseball is what led his playing career after high school. He was moved to a host family at 16 years old to play Legion Baseball for the Boyertown Bears and was a proud member and major contributor to four state legion titles. His junior year he was honored to be named State MVP for Pennsylvania, two-time Junior College All American, and played in the Junior College World Series twice. Coach Tony received a full athletic baseball scholarship from the University of Kentucky. He was honored to be selected twice as an amateur to pursue a professional career with the MLB, but a severe shoulder injury ended his career.




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