Mid Atlantic Tournament Baseball (MATB) strives to put on the highest quality tournaments on the East Coast, as well as, provide the best prospect coverage for college coaches and professional scouts. Our goal is to be second to none.
Our tournaments are highly scouted because of the quality of teams and players that participate in our events. We will also provide coaches and scouts with an enormous amount of valuable information on players up and down the East Coast from South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and New York. We look forward to serving the baseball community for years to come.
The MATB Foundation was established to level the playing field in youth baseball for players, as well as, local recreation organizations. We are a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization located in Gambrills, Maryland. The MATB Foundation was created to promote the game of baseball in communities and to develop young baseball players. The goal of the MATB Foundation is to provide affordable baseball, through Grants and Scholarships, to youth baseball players in our community to help them afford the cost associated with today’s competitive programs.
The MATB Foundation benefits leagues, high school programs, individual players, coaches, parents and families throughout the state of Maryland by:
Providing Grants and Scholarships for the Rawlings A’s Prospects
Providing college scholarships
Providing camp & clinic scholarships
Providing high school and college counseling / mentoring
Donating equipment to leagues, high schools & individuals
focus is 8-11 years old who are seeking a fast-track to elite-level competition, getting an early edge on mechanics and form
Emphasize importance of teaching basic mechanics early in order to avoid poor habitual mechanics
Implement core training EARLY
Limit to 6-8 player per session
Ages 8-11 years old - Dates: September 7, 2020 to October 17, 2020 - Times: Thursday’s & Saturday’s (Thursday - Group 1: 5p-6:30p / Group 2: 6:45p - 8:15p / Saturday – Group 1: 10am-11:30am / Group 2: 11:45am-1:15pm)
Carly Martin is a local standout from the DMV area. She began playing competitive travel softball at the age of 9 and developed the skills of a well-rounded Fastpitch athlete, with a passion for competing on the mound. Carly worked with two men’s Fastpitch hall-of-famers, Jim Rinehardt and Jack Crandall, who developed her pitching skills to compete at the highest level.
Earning the number one pitching spot as a freshman when she entered high school, she competed in the Maryland IAAM A conference all four years. Pitching for Seton Keough High School, Carly led her team to the championship game her junior and senior year, winning the conference championship her senior year in 2007. Throughout her high school career, she was named All-City and All-conference all four years, as well as All-Metro her last 3 years.
Carly was recruited up and down the east coast for collegiate level Fastpitch, but ultimately decided to take the scholarship offer to attend Howard University in Washington, DC, as she was determined to play Division 1 close enough for her father to continue watching her games. Here, she earned accolades throughout every season, such as being named conference player of the week numerous times and defensive MVP of the year.
With an early career background in personal training and strength/conditioning, Carly puts an emphasis on the importance of physical fitness and nutrition in hopes to educate Fastpitch players leading into their collegiate or Olympic careers. She also recently completed a graduate program, earning her Master’s degree in Sport Psychology from Ashford University in 2019. She has been developing pitchers in the DMV since 2012 and continues to offer her knowledge and passion for young women in the area.
Rawlings A’s Elite Softball is introducing three Fall training sessions to enhance your skills
COLLEGE FACILITY PASS
College Facility Pass is a daily pass from 12pm-3pm for all college athletes during their winter break! Players have full access during PASS times. Players can utilize throwing, batting cages, as well as, our gym for strength training.