Donald Haynes

Donald Haynes has 30 years experience teaching fast pitch softball. For 6 years he was a member of the East Texas Blast Organization. There, he won an ASA State Championship, USFA State Championship, USSSA State Championship, 1 National ASA Championship and 2nd place in a ASA National Championship. He is a nationally certified fast pitch pitching instructor under the guidance of the Late Ernie Parker. Donald can instruct on a number of softball positions. 

Brittany Hay

Brittany Hay is a 2011 graduate for Rowlett High School, where she started on Varsity all 4 years.  As a Lady Eagle, she was a 3 year All District winner, 2010 District 10-5A Defensive Player of the Year, and a DFW All Area All-Star.  She played club for James Foust on the Dallas Tigers Gold.  
After high school, she played 2 years for Head Coach Mike Reed at The University of Texas at Tyler, where she was a lead off slap hitter and starting short-stop.  In 2012, the Patriots finished 39-9, ASC East Division Champions, American Southwest Conference champions, NCAA Regional Runner-Up, and finished ranked #6 in the final NFCA Ranking.  In 2013, the Patriots finished 47-6, ASC East Division Champions, American Southwest Conference Runner-Up, NCAA Regional Champions, placed 4th in the NCAA Women’s College World Series in Wisconsin, and finished ranked #3 in the final NFCA Ranking. 
After graduating with her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from The University of Texas at Tyler in 2015, she moved back to the Dallas area and gave back to the sport by Head coaching the 14U NTX Blaze for a season and the Rowlett High School JV Fall league.
Brittany eventually grabbed the role of the Graduate Assistant Coach and Head of Softball Operations at East Texas Baptist University a long side Head coach Janae Shirley and Hall of Fame coach Bill Galloway.  ETBU softball finished their season 35-10, 2016 American Southwest Conference Champions, an NCAA Regional Tournament appearance, and finished ranked #8 in the final NFCA Ranking.

Jess Todd

Jess played 9 years professional baseball for a variety of teams. Drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in 2007, he made his Major League Debut with them 2 years later. He was then traded to the Cleveland Indians. Over the next 6 seasons Jess played for the New York Yankees, returned to the Cardinals then on to the Detroit Tigers, Arizona Diamondbacks and The Boston Red Sox. He received many awards during his Collegiate and Professional Career, obtaining JuCo All-American as well as SEC All-American. Jess still holds a 17K record for a single game at the University of Arkansas. He received the honor of being chosen for the Futures Game Roster in 2008 and also received the award for Minor League Pitcher of the Year in the Cardinals Organization. As Owner and General Manager of D-BAT Mt. Pleasant Jess is passionate about passing on all that he has learned as a professional Baseball Player to the youth of the community. 

Jermaine

Jermaine is from Daingerfield, Tx. He graduated from Daingerfield high school.  He then went to college for 2 years at Texarkana college and then went 1 year at the university of North Carolina Greensboro where he was drafted by the Oakland athletics in the 5th round.  He was then voted top outfield prospect and the fastest base runner in the organization.  He was player of the year 3 times in Oakland's farm system and minor league player of the year with Oakland in 2011. He played in the Oakland farm system from 2006-2012 then with the Philadelphia Phillies from 2012-2013 and Minnesota Twins from 2013-2014. He attended 3 major league spring trainings with all 3 teams.