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Rob Aromando

College Team: Centenary University Cyclones

Instruction: Pitching, Infield, Outfield 

Rob has been working closely and developing players with Coach Malloy for the Past 5 years. After Graduating from North Hunterdon High School in 2012 where he played primarily as an infielder,  Rob went on to Centenary University to play as pitcher only. From 2012-2016 he helped lead the Cyclones to four straight winning seasons and a CSAC playoff appearance. 

Kyle Morrison 

Pro Team: Washington Nationals Organization, Newark Bears

Instruction: Pitching 

Kyle has been working closely with Coach Malloy developing baseball players for the past 5 years. Since the 8th grade he has trained and played under the director tutelage of Coach. An outstanding enthusiastic pitching coach that understands the building blocks needed for developing pitchers. 

After graduating from Immaculata High School, where he was ranked the 17th best prospect in the state on NJ, he accepted a baseball scholarship to pitch for Wagner College. At Wagner heestablished himself as one of the top pitchers in the Northeast Conference & in the Northeast Region. In 2008 hewas named Third-Best Prospect in The Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League (ACBL) byBaseball America & Fourth-Best Prospect in the NEC. In 2009 heranked among the NEC-leaders in wins (t-2nd), opposing average (7th) and strikeouts (t-9th) and was selected in the MLB Draft by the Washington Nationals in the32nd Round. Even though he left Wagner after his junior season, he still ranks among the top-10 in school history in career wins (t-6th), games started (6th) strikeouts (t-10th) and single season wins (3rd). He pitched in the New York Pen League (2009) Sally League (2010) and Carolina League (2011) totaling 128 innings 132k  50 BB before joining the Newark Bears.

Vinny Avella 

College Team: Wagner College SeaHawks

Instruction: Hitting/INF

Vinny is entering his first year Instructing with Coach Malloy but had played under his direct tutelage for 4 years while at Wagner College. While at Wagner he broke the all time Home-run and RBI school and NEC Conference Record. 

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