Baseball Instruction: Jason Bagby
Jason grew up playing baseball in Loudoun County. He was part of the first State Championship team in Lower Loudoun Little League in 1987. He attended Broad Run High School and was a member of their first State Championship in 1991. He was a first team All-State selection that year. He went on to play middle infield for James Madison University. After graduating, Jason ended up back at Broad Run as a Varsity Assistant Coach. For four years, he was responsible for the hitting and infielders. After his coaching stint at BR, Jason became the Director of Baseball at Diamond Sports Training for 15 years and worked with players in individual and small group settings. He has also spent time coaching travel teams ranging in ages from 12 to 17, as well in the Clark Griffith League, a wooden bat summer league for college players. He spent six years as the Assistant Varsity Coach at Herndon High School. Jason was inducted into the inaugural class of the Lower Loudoun Little League Hall of Fame in 2009 for his career accomplishments as a player.
Softball Instruction: Megan Bagby
Megan graduated from Park View High School in 2002 and completed her career as the Patriots won the AA State Championship. She was a four time first team All-District and All-Loudoun Extra member, a three time first team All-Region and All-State selection, and a three time All-Met player. She played four years of Division I softball at James Madison University where she held the school record for doubles until 2008. In 2006, she was named to the Academic All-American team. After completing her career at JMU, Megan helped coach the Turner Ashby High School softball team and the Smashing Apples travel team. She then spent three years as the Head Varsity Coach at Heritage High School and was the Head Varsity Coach at Tuscarora High School in Leesburg for seven years. She has also coached travel softball for the Ashburn Shooting Stars and Leesburg Revolution organizations. She spent ten years working with athletes of all ages during her time at Diamond Sports Training, six of which as the Director of Hitting. She was inducted into the Park View High School Hall of Fame in 2014 for her accomplishments as an athlete.