Chris was selected by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2010 MLB Draft. He attended Cypress Creek High School and was a standout at the University of Central Florida. At UCF, Chris was one of five finalists for the USA Baseball Golden Spikes Award, given to the top amateur player in the country. He was also a semifinalist for the NCBWA Dick Houser Trophy which is handed out to the best collegiate baseball player. He was selected First Team All-American and All-C-USA First Team. While at UCF, Chris broke the UCF and C-USA single-season records with a .447 batting average and an .850 slugging percentage. He also shattered the school mark of 21 home runs and 81 RBI’s.
Chris is available for individual, group and team instruction. He will also be conducting Friday Night Clinics, Weekend Intensive Clinics and Holiday Baseball Camps at ISC.
Chris Petersen attended Georgia Southern University from 1990 – 1992 where he played shortstop, including an appearance in the College World Series in 1990. He was drafted in 1992 by the Chicago Cubs and played 12 seasons of professional baseball with the Cubs, Rockies, Diamondbacks, Pirates and Braves, including Major League time with the Colorado Rockies in 1999.
For over 18 years, Chris has been involved in helping young baseball players, coaches and parents improve and understand the basics, all around fundamentals, and advanced aspects of the game of baseball. Chris is available for private and group lessons, team practices, hitting and college recruiting seminars, coaching clinics, and mental coaching.
Randy was selected by the Cincinnati Reds in the 2010 MLB draft and the New York Mets in the 2011 MLB draft. He attended Oviedo High School and was a standout Friday Night Pitcher at the University of South Florida. At USF, Randy was the first player to be named to the All Big East Team for three consecutive years. He was also named 2010 Big East Preseason Pitcher of the Year. Randy pitched a no-hitter against the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame in April 2010, and received the following awards: Louisville Slugger Nationa Pitcher of the Week, College Baseball Blog, Collegebaseball360.com, College Baseball Foundation Diamond Sports National Player of the Week, and the College Baseball 360 Primetime Performer of the Week.
He earned five Big East Pitcher of the Week honors which ties him for second all time in the Big East Conference. He earned his Bachelors Degree in May 2011 from the University of Douth Florida in Communications in Culture and Media.
Randy is available for individual and group instruction for pitching fundamentals, mechanics, fielding and conditioning.
Derek attended Manatee High School and State College of Florida before coming to UCF, where he was named to the C-USA All-Academic Team in 2011. Derek made 55 of his 57 starts at UCF at third base, and finished the 2011 campaign with a .265 batting average, a .444 slugging percentage, with 17 doubles, 36 RBIs and 35 runs scored.
Derek was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 2011 Draft.
Cindy Corrado – Softball
Coach Cindy Corrado possesses more than 25 years of competetive softball playing, training and coaching experience. She has played third base, catcher and first base in her softball career and has received numerous defensive and offensive awards. Her playing experience includes the College circuit, women’s and co-ed travel teams, law enforcement Olympic team, as well as the Women’s Open Semi-Pro. Some of her most notable accomplishments include:
Lake City Community College All American, 1983 -
Women’s National World Series Champion, 1984
Law Enforcement Olympic Team Champion, 1996 – 1998
Co-Ed National “A” Champion – 1999
National World Series Champion, Women’s Semi-Pro
All American, 2001
National All American, 2002
Women’s “A” Travel Teams – 2001 – 2007
Through her participation on national, state and local softball teams, Coach Cindy has experienced life’s lessons through the sport of softball. It is Coach Cindy’s belief that the sport encourages teamwork, determination, perserverance, courage, confidence, composure and a “never, ever, ever give up” attitude.