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Link Jarrett Baseball Academy
Link Jarrett Baseball Academy


The goal of the Link Jarrett Baseball Academy is to provide a fun and exciting opportunity for players to develop their technical skills. The Link Jarrett Baseball Academy coaching staff strives to meet the needs of area baseball players of all ages by exposing all participants to fun and interactive training techniques. 


  • Southern Conference Coach of the Year in 2016
  • Four All-American selections
  • 12 All-Southern Conference honorees
  • Led UNCG to a second-place finish in the 2016 SoCon standings (highest since 1999)
  • Three Southern Conference Player/Pitcher of the Month selections
  • Ten Southern Conference Player/Pitcher of the Week selections
  • Christian Wolfe won the 2013 Southern Conference batting title with a .421 average
  • Spartans led the Southern Conference in batting average in 2013, 2014 and 2016
  • Led the nation in batting average, hits, doubles, triples, slugging percentage and on-base percentage in 2016
  • Set school records for single season batting average, runs scored, hits, RBI, doubles, triples and on-base percentage in 2016
  • Finished in the top 10 nationally in 11 offensive categories in 2016   
  • Finished in the top 25 nationally in four offensive categories in 2015
  • Finished in the top 50 nationally in eight offensive categories in 2013 and 2014
  • Served on the 2015 and 2016 SoCon Baseball Committee as the coaches representative
  • Voted weekly on the 2015 USA Today Baseball Coaches Poll


  • 2010 SEC and 2009 C-USA asst coach of the year
  • Coached SEC Player of the Year--Hunter Morris and Conf USA Player of the Year--Corey Kemp
  • 69 former players signed professional contracts, 18 drafted in top 10 rounds
  • 3 former signees drafted in 1st round including current MLB standout Mike Trout.
  • Coached 2 players in the 2013 World Series, Seth Maness (St. Louis), Stephen Drew (Boston)
  • Coached on staffs of 2010 SEC West Champions, 2009 Conference USA Champions, 2003 ACC Champion


According to NCAA rules and regulations, all camps and clinics are open to any and all entrants regardless of skill level
(limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).