Phil is the head of the Softball/Baseball program at Prodigy Training. He utilizes his coaching experience at Bloomfield College Softball to provide a sport specific approach to speed and strength training. In 2007, Delgado instituted an off-season strength and conditioning program that helped the Deacons stay injury-free for the entire season. His decision to move the team more towards dynamic stretching and endurance workouts allowed the team to make it through the entire season without any starters missing a single game due to injury. Delgado’s strength and performance background stems from his days as a standout athlete at William Paterson University. After leaving William Paterson, Delgado worked at Sports University in Fairfield, NJ as a performance trainer, working with youth, high school, college and professional athletes. Delgado also worked as a speed and strength instructor for Beyond Potential, a roving group of trainers who worked with local high school programs.
Jaime played softball for the FDU Devils from 1997 through 2000. She ranks 11th all-time in NCAA Division III with 642 career strikeouts, the most in FDU softball history. Peterson was named FDO’s Female Athlete of the Year in 1999 and was named the softball team’s MVP all four years. She helped the Devils to the Middle Atlantic Conference Tournament in 1999. She holds FDU’s all-time record for career earned run average with a 1.57 mark. She ranks 2nd in program history in career games (104), wins (54) and single season earned run average (1.27). In 1997, she was named to the Eastern College Athletic Conference Metro New York-New Jersey First Team and the National Fastpitch Coaches Association East Region 3rd Team. In 1998, she was named the Middle Atlantic Conference Freedom League Most Valuable Player. She was also names an ECAC/Reebok Division III Southern Softball All Star that year. She earned a spot on the All-Middle Atlantic Conference-Freedom 2nd Team after leading the Freedom with 8.5 strikeouts per game. Over the course of her career, Jaime threw five no-hitters, three one-hitters, and had eight shutouts. She owns three of the top five single season strikeout marks at FDU. She now teaches in Jersey City.
Deanna is a 2007 graduate from Clifton High School. As a senior Deanna pitched her way to a Group IV State Championship. She was selected as a First Team All Passaic County, All NNJIL, All Area, and All State pitcher. She was named Pitcher of the Year by the Herald News, Player of the Year by Star Ledger and First Team All State Selection by the Associated Press. She finished her senior year pitching record with an all time high of 29 wins and a 0.62 ERA. After graduating High School Deanna went on to continue her softball career at Ramapo College. During the four years she was a two-time NJAC First Team All Conference pitcher. She was also named as a First Team ECAC Metro All Star and Second Team NFCA All East Region pitcher. She finished her career third in the schools history with 309 strikeouts in addition to the fourth lowest ERA of 0.85.
Jamie is a 2000 graduate from Clifton High School. She pitched to two consecutive Passaic County Championships and NNJIL championships. As a High School pitcher Jamie was selected as a First Team all NNJIL, All Passaic County, and All Area Softball Teams. As a junior and senior Jamie was selected by the Star Ledger as the Passaic County Player of the Year. During her senior season, she was an All State Selection. In 2007 Jamie was inducted to the Clifton High School Hall of Fame. After graduating from High School, Jamie went onto Ramapo College where she continued her softball success. She was a three time First Team NJAC Pitcher of the Year. Jamie was voted three times as the MVP for Ramapo College Softball. As a senior she was voted to the NCAA Collegiate All American Team. In April 2012, Jamie will be inducted to the Ramapo College Athletic Hall of Fame. Jamie is presently teaching Kindergarten at School 13 in Clifton, NJ.
Jared played High School baseball at nationally respected Boyertown Area HS and legion baseball for the Boyertown Bears Post 471 in Boyertown, PA. Upon graduation, Jared attended the NCAA Division I University of Rhode Island on a partial baseball and academic scholarship. During Jared’s breakout Junior season at RI he led the team in batting avg. (.400), and also finished the season among the top 10 Division I pitchers in the nation in strikeouts per 9 innings, averaging over 10 strikeouts per 9 innings. Although he spent most HS and college years splitting time as an outfielder/pitcher, he was drafted after his Junior year at RI as a pitcher in the 28th Round of the 2003 MLB Draft by the Oakland Athletics. Jared spent 3 years in the A’s farm system and 2 more seasons playing in Independent Professional Leagues. His greatest achievement as a professional player was being selected as the Short-Season Single A Pitcher of the Year for the Oakland A’s in 2003 and being highlighted in a 2003 issue of Baseball America Magazine as Oakland’s best Late Round Draft Pick. He is currently entering his 6th year as a baseball/softball instructor providing lessons in hitting, fielding and pitching for players of all ages and skill levels.
Fred, a switch hitting catcher, played for #1 high school baseball program in New Jersey, Seton Hall Prep HS. A two year letter winner under Kevin Murray at Parsippany Hills HS. Fred’s junior year was named honorable mention, all county, all conference and all area. Continueing his senior year, was named 3rd team all state, and 2nd team all county and all area.
After high school Fred was invited to two pro baseball combines in Scottsdale, AZ and attened several Major League Tryouts. 2008, initially a 17th round draft pick to the Kansas City Royals, only to be hindered by an arm injury. Fred has worked with former major leaguers as, Craig Biggio, Jon Valentin, Victor Hall, and Rafeal Nocchione, who have been instrumental in every aspect of the game.
Fred is a hitting instuctor, as well as a catching instructor.