Patrick Gaffney, General Manager and Head Coach 
Coach Gaffney has been coaching baseball for over 20 seasons now. He has coached all levels from Little League All-Stars, to Middle school, JV level Travel and up to Varsity High School and Travel Showcase teams. In the summer of 2008 Coach Gaffney took the 17U Northern Fairfax Falcons to various college showcase tournaments up and down the east coast in addition to managing a high school varsity travel team. A number of his players from those teams are now playing in College.

Last summer Coach Gaffney lead the 14U Virginia Renegades to six final four tournament finishes including a runner up finish at Cooperstown and Sports at the Beach. In 2010 the Renegades won the Division 1 NVTBL/AAU Memorial Day tournament as well as winning the Division 2 championship at Top of The Rock tournament in Richmond along with a runner up showing in the Virginia Open, Division 2, tournament at the Virginia Sports Complex.

Coach Gaffney is a serious student of the game and has a passion for teaching youth baseball and its applications to real life. His number one goal is for every player to develop their baseball and life skills to their fullest. In his never ending pursuit of baseball knowledge and teaching skills he regularly travels to attend numerous professional coaching clinics every year. It is his goal to further develop his players by introducing them to same advanced baseball philosophies seen at the high school, college and professional levels.


Steve Johnson, Director of Player Development

Steve is a Certified Performance Analyst specializing in striker thrower sports and holds a degree from the University of Maryland. He specializes in the Four Corners of Performance biomechanical efficiency, functional strength and conditioning, mental and emotional preparation, and nutritional support. The loop to performance is then closed with the pre-habilitation and rehabilitation exercises as they relate to pitching and hitting. 

Over the years Steve has helped both the professional and amateur, reach their genetic potential through this training method. This unique Performance program of functional strength training combined with cross-specific motor learning drills has made him one of the top coaches in the United States.

He is currently working with Dr. Tom House at the Rod Dedeaux Performance Center at the University of Southern California and Dr. Greg Rose at the TPI Human Performance Lab in Oceanside Ca. Their research is on analyzing the 3-D biomechanics of the swing and pitching delivery. The goal is to isolate the physical limitations, as well as the development of the protocols for performance and corrective training. Read more about Steve at NHA


Steve Page, Strength and Conditioning Coach

Coach Page is a native of Utah where he played and lettered for his High School team, the Bingham High Miners, in Football, Basketball, Baseball, and Track.  He also played baseball for the local American Legion team during his summer breaks.  Coach Page joined the United State Navy in 1968 and during his tour in the Far East and Alaska he played in both the inter-service baseball and basketball leagues where he helped lead his teams to several championships. 
 
Coach Page has coached all levels of baseball from Little League All-Stars, to Babe Ruth, JV level Travel and up to Varsity High School Travel teams. He assisted Coach Gaffney in forming the Northern Virginia Fairfax Falcons travel team where he helped coach for several seasons before taking a short break.  Coach Page recently rejoined Coach Gaffney and the Virginia Renegades 14U team in 2011 during their fall season campaign.

Coach Page is passionate about staying healthy, keeping fit in both body and mind, and teaching the game correctly.  He is absolutely dedicated to ensuring  that each player not only develop their individual and team skills but stresses that each player apply these same principles to their off field activities.



Paul Cosing, Outfield and Bench Coach
Coach Cosing started his baseball career locally at Wakefield High School. After graduating high school Coach Cosing went on to play American Legion, Industrial and Clark Griffith Collegiate Leagues. Coach Cosing continued his career at the professional level playing with the Tampa Bay Lookouts, in the Cincinnati Reds organization, for two more years before an injury cut his career short. 

Coach Cosing has been coaching youth baseball for over 10 years. Most recently he has worked with the Reston Warriors and Virginia Renegades travel programs. Paul has played outfield his entire carrer and has created an outfielder development program that has helped our players immensely.