Director of Camp Operations

Kate has been with our program since she was 9 years old, and has been a member of our staff for the last 12+ years. A senior staff member and current lead program administrator, Kate took over as our Director of Softball Operations in 2015 and was promoted to Director of Camp Operations in 2018. Kate graduated from Post University in 2017 with a degree in Business Administration. She was an All-Academic student athlete three years in a row, second team All-Conference her Junior year and named captain her Senior year.  Kate travels with the program during our road trip camps, and is an integral member of our Summer Camp senior staff as well as helping to manage the day-to-day operation of the program. .

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Director of Baseball Operations

Former professional baseball player. Most recently with the Bridgeport Bluefish of the Atlantic League

Macyn has been a member of the The Catching Camp program since he was 9 years old. He has been a staff member for the last 12+ years, and is a member of TCCs Road Trip Camp staff which travels the country training catchers. Macyn played his college baseball at Castleton State College in VT and played his first professional baseball season with the Santa Fe Fuego of the Pecos League in the Summer of 2015. He retired in 2018, but spent parts of the next 3 seasons with the White Sands Pupfish (Pecos League) and the Bridgeport Bluefish (Atlantic League).

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Director of International Operations

Willie Concepcion joined TCC from Staten Island, NY and is currently serving as TCC’s Director of International Operations, earning that title following the 2019 offseason.

Willie is a member of TCC’s Road Trip Camp staff which travels the country training catchers, and is currently tasked with leading TCC’s expansion into the international baseball and softball markets. Willie spent time at Chestnut Hill College (PA), Pace University (NY) and the College of Staten Island (NY). In 2018, Willie was drafted by the Plattsburg Redbirds of the independent Empire Professional Baseball League and then traded to the Puerto Rican Islanders, where Willie proudly made his professional debut on the island his family hails from.

Due to various heath-related issues, Willie was forced to miss the 2019 season, but is hard at work preparing for another venture into professional baseball in 2020.

Willie is finishing up his degree in Developmental Psychology at the College of Staten Island and plans on pursuing his masters degree following graduation.

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