Mary handles the front desk and facility management.
John grew up playing baseball in Loudoun County. He was part of the first State Championship team for Greater Loudoun Babe Ruth in 1976 that sent 8 players on to D1 scholarships. John attended Loudoun County High School, where he still holds the single season batting average mark of .476. He then went on to play Catcher and Centerfield for University of Maryland, Baltimore County from 1976 – 1981 and holds a lifetime batting average of .328. After graduating, John started giving back to the Community of Loudoun, first as Dulles Little League President, and now as Board member of the Ashburn Athletic Association. He has been actively involved with youth sports for over 25 years, now running an offseason programs encompassing over 400 kids. Coach Murphy coaches the 11u Replay Rangers travel baseball team.
Coach Craig has been actively involved in the Ashburn community during the last 10+ years. Jim played American Legion Baseball prior to attending Florida State University. He has coached baseball at various levels for the last 20+ years. Jim served on the Board of Directors for Eastern Loudoun Babe Ruth Baseball which served hundreds of kids in the Loudoun County area. Jim currently coaches elite level High School players, while positioning them at Showcase events throughout the Mid-Atlantic. Coach Craig coaches the 12u REPLAY Rangers travel baseball team.
Mary handles the front desk and facility management.
Alex Feemster graduated from Broad Run High School in Ashburn, VA where he excelled in three sports. Alex earned four letters as the center fielder of the Spartans, served as the team captain his senior year, and earned defensive MVP honors. He also earned three letters as the point guard and captain for the Spartans Basketball team and earned two letters as a two-way player for the Spartans Football team.
After high school Alex attended Alcorn State in Mississippi for a year on a baseball scholarship as a utility player (P, 2B, OF). He transferred to the University of Virginia’s College at Wise’s where he completed his Bachelors of Arts degree in Health Education with a concentration in Sports Management. While at UVA Wise he played outfield for the Cavalier Baseball Program and outside linebacker and special teams for the Cavalier Football Program. Alex enjoys and appreciates the training aspect of sports which was reflected in his willingness and ability to help teammates. Alex gained some coaching experience working with trainer Robert Smart and his Vision Sports youth football camps. He has a passion for helping others cultivate their abilities and maximize their potential and is anxious to help others elevate their game. Coach Feemster coaches the 13u REPLAY Rangers travel baseball team.
Coach Seigel is a graduate of Broad Run High School in Ashburn, VA. Andrew was a two time all-district Outfielder for the Spartans. During his playing career he played at a competitive level throughout the East Coast. His teammates voted him team captain his senior year.
Andrew attended Concord University in West Virginia on a baseball scholarship. During Coach Seigel’s time at Concord he received all-conference awards for all four years. He was a highly successful hitter at Concord and finished with a career batting average of .346. In addition to his high batting average Andrew also ranks in the Top 3 in hits with 262, and holds Concord University school record for most stolen bases in a career with 88. Andrew also won a conference championship with the Mountain Lions his freshmen year. His senior year he was a captain on the baseball team. He graduated Concord in 2016 with a degree in Business Management. Coach Seigel has a passion for the game and currently coaches in the Rangers Baseball Travel program.
Coach Dominic Craig is a Broad Run High School graduate where he played catcher and outfield.
Dom continued his career as a mid-relief pitcher and starting catcher at Gordon College in Wenham, MA, where he majored in Physics.
After transferring to Virginia Tech he became the catcher for the NCAA D-1 Club team, helping them become a top team in the Mid Atlantic Region.The VaTech club team played in the ACC, as well as trips to Florida and New England to play other D1 programs on the East Coast. Dom batted .297 over his career, and threw out 45% of roadrunners attempting to steal. He was voted team captain his senior year before graduating with a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics.
Coach Dom has been coaching teams at Replay for 5 seasons and has a passion for training catchers.
Derrick Ellison is a Loudoun County native who graduated from Longwood College with a degree in Business Administration. Coach Ellison signed his first professional contract in 2001 as a non-drafted free agent with the Richmond Roosters of the Frontier League. During his 10 year career he pitched for the following MLB organizations: Seattle Mariners, Chicago Cubs, Milwaukee Brewers, and New York Mets. He was a part of three professional championships and was a two time All-Star during his playing career in which he reached AAA. Coach Ellison was the pitching coach for Notre Dame Academy (Middleburg, VA), during the 2005 and 2006 seasons. Both of those teams went on to win the VA Independent School League State Championship.
Coach Logan grew up in Southmoreland, PA. where he was a three time letter winner for his High School championship teams. Scott then went on to play his college baseball at Walsh University in Canton, OH. While at Walsh he was selected as Outstanding Freshman, Offensive Player of the Year while setting multiple single season records. He still holds records for most AB in a season, most runs, most hits, most doubles and most triples.
Coach Logan coaches the 10u REPLAY Rangers travel baseball team.
Coach McCormack is an Ashburn native where he attended Broad Run HS. While at Broad Run Kyle held a 14-4 record on the mound with a 2.78 ERA. He received 1st Team All District honors in 2012 from the Dulles District. Coach McCormack then went on to pitch for 4 years at Frostburg University. During his time at Frostburg, Kyle worked as a long reliever and ultimately became a standout starter in the rotation. During his summers Coach McCormack competed in the Valley Wood Bat league hurling for the Aldie Senators. After completing his playing time in college he coached the Woodstock River Bandits in the Valley Wood Bat league. He is currently our main pitching instructor along with coaching our 10u Rangers travel team.
Noah graduated from Tuscarora High School after leading the varsity baseball team to their best single season record during his senior year. At Tuscarora, Noah was a four-year varsity player splitting time behind the plate his first two years and winning the job as the starting catcher his junior year while hitting fourth in the lineup his last two years. In his senior year, Noah was named 1st team all-conference, 2nd team all-region, and was selected to the Mid-Atlantic all-star team and to the Baseball Factory college scout team in Arizona. After high school, Noah went on to play baseball for UVA-Wise where he was named the starting catcher to open the spring season. Noah transferred to Division 1 Georgia Southern to finish his playing career. Noah is now an assistant varsity coach at Tuscarora High School where he specializes in hitting and catching for the program.
Coach Drew Stevens is a local alumni of Broad Run High School. While there Drew was a 3-sport athlete competing in Football, Basketball, and beach volleyball. His coaches always considered him a cerebral player, a “coach on the field/court”, and a Film Junkie.
Drew graduated from Kansas State University with a Bachelor and Master of Science in Kinesiology/Exercise Physiology while also minoring in Leadership Studies. His Master’s thesis and studies focused on the recovery of mental states associated with the psycho-physiological demands of being a student-athlete. While at K-State, Drew worked in a lab with NASA to build fitness tests and assessments for the Mars Missions astronauts.
Coach Stevens played Men’s volleyball while at K-State. In addition, he interned as a Strength & Conditioning coach for multiple sports, including Football, Volleyball, Rowing, Soccer, and Track.
After graduating with his Master Degree Drew trained in Denver and was mentored by the Denver Broncos Strength & Conditioning Coach, Luke Richesson. Drew was also mentored by the Olympic Track Coach from Florence, Italy, and worked with multiple elite-level travel baseball teams, as well as college and professional players.
Drew is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He specializes in correcting posture and movement mechanics on the field and in weight room to set up for optimal position and efficiency in sport, with a robust level of attention to detail.
Coach Stevens is bringing his profound wisdom to Replay Sports while also currently working with Division 1 athletes (football, volleyball, lacrosse) and professional lacrosse in the DMV.
Coach Mehl played his high school ball at North Iredell High School in Olin, NC. Kyle was a 3-year Varsity starter with a career .316 batting average while collecting 42 RBI, and was a 2-time All-Conference selection.
After high school Coach Mehl went to Brunswick Community College where he was the Starting Shortstop hitting .367 with 34 RBI’s. He was named to All-Region 1st team, All-Region Defensive team (.978 FLD PCT) while being part of the 2016 Region 10 Champions. That year’s team finished 2-2 at Division II JUCO World Series in Enid, Oklahoma (2016).
He accepted a scholarship to Campbell University where he was the starting 3rd baseman for both years at Campbell with 17 games at Shortstop. He finished his senior year 3rd on team in BA at .287 and had 33 HBP in two seasons. Campbell won the 2018 Big South Regular Season title where Kyle hit .467 in Conference tournament at Liberty University, making the All-Tournament team, to win 2018 Big South Tournament title. He hit .375 in Athens, GA Regional (NCAA Tournament 2018).
Natalie hails from Illinois where she grew up playing outfield, pitcher, and catcher. She played in the Canada Cup for seven years while with the Decatur Pride. She continued her player career at Bradley University where she was a team MVP and left with the most hits, doubles, and home runs in a season. After graduating, Natalie began her coaching career at Northern Illinois University as an assistant. She spent a year coaching at Bradley University before moving to the high school level for several years.
Coach Clohan played High School softball for Broad Run High School where she earned All-State Pitcher of the Year for Virginia as a senior… four-time all-district selection and three-time all-state selection… Broad Run Softball Rookie of the Year in freshman season… Broad Run Softball MVP senior year… four-time Washington Post All-Extra and All-Met selection… club team the Virginia Shamrocks won the 2005 ASA Gold national title… picked up the win in the championship game.
As a four year starter at James Madison University she was the school’s all-time leader in starts, appearances, innings pitched and saves. She was the single-season record holder in ERA (1.86) and saves. Coach Clohan is the pitching coach for the REPLAY Bandits travel softball organization.
Coach Zavala is a former student-athlete from the College of Charleston in South Carolina, where she was a member of the softball team for four years. Recruited as a utility player, Maria has had experience in the outfield, at shortstop and even behind the plate. Her junior and senior year she played third base and finished her senior year with a batting average of 0.364.
Before attending the College of Charleston, Maria played Varsity Softball at Bishop Denis J. O’Connell. Being a major contributor in the line-up as well as the starting third basemen, Maria helped the team win Conference and State Championships in 2008, 2009, and 2010. Coach Zavala coaches the 10u REPLAY Bandits travel softball team.
Coach Kaly was a student-athlete at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Kaly is primarily a middle infielder, but has collegiate experience at third base and outfield. During her sophomore season, she had a fielding percentage of .1000. For her first two years, Kaly received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll.
Before UNCW, Kaly was a four-year starter at Heritage High School playing shortstop, with a fielding percentage of .970 and a batting average of .610. She was named Most Valuable Player and Teammate her freshman and senior season, along with first team all conference, and Washington Post All-Met honorable mention.