Patrick Gaffney, General Manager and Head Coach 
Coach Gaffney has been coaching baseball for well over 20 seasons. He has coached all levels from Little League up through College Showcase teams. The past number of years Coach Gaffney has focused on the high school level and has guided the Virginia Renegades to a number of excellent tournament showings, at Cooperstown NY and Jupiter FL, and successful seasons. Before the Renegades he coached the high school based Northern Fairfax Falcons that played in various college showcase tournaments up and down the east coast. A number of the Falcons players are now playing in College.

Last summer Coach Gaffney led the Virginia Renegades to a successful season with excellent showings at a number of college invitational tournaments. The season ended on a highlight as the Renegades traveled to Jupiter FL to participate in the Prospect Wire World Scout League World Series. The Renegades had a great tournament making the playoffs and reaching the final round of 8 teams where they lost to a talented Chet Lemon's Juice team that went on to win the World Series.

Coach Gaffney is a serious student of the game and has a passion for teaching youth baseball and its applications to real life. In his never ending pursuit of baseball knowledge and teaching skills he regularly travels to attend numerous professional coaching clinics every winter. 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. In addition to his focus on physical fundamentals he is a big proponent of the mental game. He brings many of the successful and proven mental approaches from professionals like Ken Ravizza to help his players overcome the inherent difficult aspects of baseball and life.

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

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. 

Charles Beacom, Catcher Coach
Former player under the head coaching of Pat Gaffney (Northern Fairfax Falcons), played the outfield position most of career along with some time behind the plate. Played 4 years at Paul VI, 2 under varsity head coach Billy Emerson. Won 2 state championships along with a WCAC championship. Senior year hit .335 and was awarded to the All WCAC Second Team as a Designated Hitter. 

Played 2 years at Ferrum College, freshman year hit .333 with 31 rbi's and was awarded 2 time USA South rookie of the week, 2010 USA South First Team All conference, and 2010 Academic All Conference. Coach Beacom decided to hang up the cleats in pursuit of an occupational therapy degree. 

Coach Beacom is currently studying exercise and sport studies with a minor in coaching at Ferrum College. Last year he worked with the Renegades pitching staff by calling pitches and working on hitting fundamentals with the whole team. Coach Beacom was a major contributor to helping the Renegades to the championship game at the Cooperstown Tournament. 

Justin Puentes,  Infield Coach

Coach Puentes played for Coach Gaffney on the Northern Fairfax Falcons. Justin also played four years of high school baseball at Paul VI Catholic High School. He was a part of 2 state Championships and 1 WCAC conference championship.  Justin received a conference honorable mention award his senior year. 

Coach Puentes went on to play college ball first at Lynchburg and then at Ferrum College where he is still currently playing. Justin's goal is to win the conference championship and go on to win the National Division 3 title. 

Coach Puentes coached with the Renegades last summer and has gone back to work camps at Paul VI. Justin has a strong love for the game and an even stronger love for sharing my knowledge with others.