Seacoast United is excited to announce the hiring of two new coaches to further the development of its growing baseball program.
The Club will add Eric Wells in a full time role beginning late summer, moving to New Hampshire from Athens, Pennsylvania where he graduated high school in 2008. He began his collegiate career at Southern Vermont College where he was selected as a two-time All-Conference catcher and was named to the first New England Collegiate Conference All-Tournament team in 2009. After two years at Southern Vermont, Eric transferred to SUNY Oneonta. At Oneonta, Wells started at catcher both years and lead the team to conference tournament appearances. Wells graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in History from SUNY Oneonta in 2013. During his senior year, Eric worked as a pitching/catching coach for the Oneonta State Baseball Program.
"Bringing on Eric is a big step for our program," commented Scott Dubben, Director of Baseball. "He is someone with a great baseball background who can provide our players and families with an outstanding outlook on the game."
Brett Elmore will join Seacoast United as a part time baseball instructor. Elmore, a resident of Brentwood, NH, has been with Seacoast United Baseball for the past three years as a head coach.
"Brett is a great motivator for young kids and really understands how to communicate with the players," added Dubben.
Elmore coached the 11U Seacoast United Pirates baseball team during the 2013 season and is a board member within the Exeter Junior Baseball League.