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We are always looking for coaches to help develop and mentor young ballplayers. Please reach out to inquire about joining our team!

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Founder & CEO

Mark Quinn  is a former Major League outfielder who played for the Kansas City Royals. Quinn was drafted in the 11th round of the 1995 Amateur Draft after playing two seasons for the Rice University Owls. While at Rice he was selected to the All SWC, All American team, and was team MVP in 1995. On the 1995 team he was teammates with Lance Berkman and Jose Cruz Jr.  On September 14, 1999 Quinn became just the third player in MLB history to hit two home runs in his Major League debut. In 2000 Quinn was named  Sporting News AL Rookie of the Year.  In four seasons with the Royals in the Major Leagues, Quinn batted .282 with 45 home runs, 72 doubles,167 RBI, in 293 games.

Reagan Buckley

Reagan Buckley has been an athlete his entire life, and still trains and competes to this day. With a background in football, track, and baseball, he believes being an athlete first is a must in all sports. Buckley Performance is built around that premise. Reagan was an all-state quarterback a Lamar High School and was a collegiate All-America selection at HBU in baseball. Upon graduating from HBU he played professionally for 8 years. He competed in a Masters Track and Field Championship in France and won the inaugural Houston D10 at age 42. He's worked with boys ages 4-22 for over 20 years in baseball, track, and strength training.


Matt Clark

Matt Clark  is an individual that has had an exceptional career in baseball, excelling both in college at LSU and professionally. He was a standout player at LSU, leading the nation in home runs, earning academic honors, and making appearances on various All-Tournament and First Teams. His professional career included stints in MLB organizations like the San Diego Padres, New York Mets, and Milwaukee Brewers, where he consistently showcased impressive batting averages and home run counts. Additionally, he played in Japan's NPB leagues and in Mexico's LMB, earning accolades, including MVP recognition. His extensive international experience spans six countries, reflecting a well-rounded and successful baseball career.

Shane Podsednik

Shane Podsednik was born and raised in Houston, TX where I graduated from St. Thomas high school. During my baseball career I was known as a defensive catcher and a throwing specialist. I had a career college fielding percentage of .991 with  over 40% of base runners caught stealing. I started off my college career at Wharton county junior college from 2017-2019 where I made all conference as a catcher. Sophomore year I had 395 innings behind the plate with a .995 fielding percentage which made me nationally ranked for NJCAA fielding. By the end of my 2018 season I had the third most putouts by a catcher in program history. I then moved on to play at the University of New Mexico from 2020-2022. In 2020 I held a .325 batting average and made second team all conference honors. In 2021 I had a .995 fielding percentage with 50% of base runners caught stealing. I finished my senior year with a slugging percentage of .462
The remainder of my baseball career was spent playing minor league baseball in the American Association for the Sioux City Explorers. 

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Tyler Ward

Tyler Ward  completed a sports residency at Houston Methodist, with experience across various athletic domains including Rice University Athletics, the Houston Rodeo, Houston Ballet, and the Houston Marathon Expo. Prior to this, he worked at ProRehab in Ferdinand, IN, and also served as a student assistant and ESPN color commentator at Indiana State University. His clinical experiences span several locations, including the University of Louisville Rehab Institute and Elite Physical Therapy. Tyler's athletic background includes playing for Indiana State University Baseball, achieving notable recognitions such as All-MVC 2nd Team selection and being named Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American. He's received numerous awards for his academic and athletic achievements at Indiana State University and holds certifications like CSCS, ASMI Injuries in Baseball, Emergency Response for Athletes, Basic Life Support, and Graston Technique Certified.

Ryan Weber

Ryan Weber

Ryan Weber  is a  former All District shortstop and graduate of Cy-Fair High School. In 2008, Weber lead the Sam Houston State Bearkats to the Southland Conference Tournament Championship while being selected to the All Tournament Team. He holds the record for most hits in a game with 5.  After his playing career,  Weber received his Masters Degree in Sport Management while serving as the Graduate Assistant Coach for Sam Houston State in 2009 and 2010.

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