Seacoast United Pirates Add Three New Baseball Staff

September 2013

Pictured (L to R) are Seacoast United Pirates full time staff Scott Dubben, Tim Flaherty, Corey Andresen, Jeff Carter, and Eric Wells.
Scott Dubben, Director of Baseball Development and Corey Andresen, Assistant Director are pictured (right) with the Club’s three newest full time baseball coaches.  “I am thrilled to bring such high quality people to the Program and the coaches have already made a difference with the players and teams they are working with.  Having them on board will help the Club provide more opportunities for baseball youngsters and our goal is to support each player’s development and further their passion for the game,” said Dubben on the new hires.
 
Eric Wells is a native of Athens, Pennsylvania and played two years at Southern Vermont College earning All Conference honors as a catcher. He transferred to SUNY Oneonta where he started both his last two years of college behind the plate.  He spent last year as the Catching/Pitching coach at Oneonta and began his time with Seacoast United this summer working with the three Club teams that successfully competed in Cooperstown.  
 
Jeff Carter  is also a recent graduate of SUNY Oneonta and the Clifton Park, New York native was a right handed pitcher for the school with a record of 13-1 before working as their pitching coach for a year.  During his time at Oneonta, Carter was also head coach for two years for the Elite New York 18U Showcase team helping several of the players transfer their talents onto the collegiate stage.  Carter also worked at All Stars Baseball Academy in Albany as their head pitching instructor.  
 
Lastly, Tim Flaherty joins the Seacoast United staff after working as a head coach and college coordinator for the Long Island Titans and New York Nationals.  The Long Island native also graduated from SUNY Oneonta and played one year with the Long Island Ducks as a catcher in the Independent League.    
 
Seacoast United Pirates Club Teams (10U through 16U) compete in the New England Elite Baseball League in the spring following their winter training program.  The Club offers indoor programs and lessons at its indoor facilities located in the seacoast area of New Hampshire.  For more information contact Scott Dubben at sdubben@seacoastunited.com or visit www.seacoastunited.com.