Camp Director - Frank Uzdavines
Coach Frank Uzdavines has been a well-respected coach in Pinellas County for over 25 years. He coached two teams into the Little League World Series, one of which won the 2001 Senior League World Series by defeating Team Venezuela. Frank also led his 14-year-old team to win the 2000 AAU Florida State Championship.
Additionally, he coached at the high school level and three college summer wood bat teams. In more recent years, Coach Frank coached three AAU travel teams of different age groups. His 10-year-old team won the 2010 AAU State Championship, and his 11-year-old team won their State Championship that very same year! Later, Coach Frank had one of his most successful seasons in 2014, where he led his Gulf Coast Mustangs to a 71-4 record! They went on to win the IBC-USSSA and GSA State Championships.
Coach Frank's camp experience has spanned over 25 years, thirteen of which have now been held at Saint Paul's School's beautiful Clearwater campus.
Camp Coach - Bobby Uzdavines
Coach Bobby Uzdavines has been a camp coach for six years. He played many positions over his baseball career, but found a permanent position playing third base throughout high school and college. While playing for the CCC Marauders in high school, Bobby was named to the First Team All State twice, and to the Second Team All State once. Bobby was also named to the All Suncoast and All County Teams three years in a row. He played in the High School State Championship Series in 2002.
Over his high school career, Bobby compiled a .454 batting average with 14 home runs. Bobby played college baseball at Santa Fe College in Gainesville, FL and Lake Sumter College in Leesburg, FL. Hitting cleanup, Bobby finished his college career with a total of 8 home runs. He also participated in two Little League World Series, finishing in third and first place. Additionally, Bobby led his AAU team to a Florida State Championship while maintaining a .634 batting average, 7 Home Runs and 52 RBI's.
Camp Coach - Joe McLemore
Coach Joe McLemore has been a camp coach for three years. During his high school career at CCC as a pitcher and outfielder, Joe was named to the All County and All Suncoast teams three times, and to the All State team once. Joe compiled a .410 batting average during high school with 10 Home Runs. His high school pitching record was 17-2 with 9 saves. Joe was a member of the High School State Championship Team when the Marauders won in 2007. Joe was a closer and an outfielder for St. Petersburg College with a batting average of .332, and pitched for Eckerd College as well.
Camp Coach - Mike Uzdavines
Coach Mike Uzdavines has 10 years of camp coaching experience. He is currently a part-time instructor. During Mike's baseball career, he played shortstop and outfield. He played high school baseball for Berkeley Prep in Tampa, FL. Mike hit .632 in his senior year of high school with 57 stolen bases, breaking the Florida stolen base record. Mike was named to the All State First Team three times, as well as to the All County and All Suncoast Teams. Mike played two years at Mississippi State University under legendary coach Ron Polk and two years at the University of Tampa. Mike won the 1998 College World Series with his University of Tampa ball club, and has now been inducted into the UT Hall of Fame.
Camp Coach - Ian Lisle
Coach Ian Lisle has been a camp coach for three years. He is currently playing outfield for East Florida State College. While in high school, Ian touted an impressive .370 batting average. He also led his team to the Florida High School State Championship Game.
Camp Coach - Luca Tresh
Luca Tresh started his baseball career as a 6-year-old, and had the opportunity to learn his baseball skills at our summer baseball camp. He progressed over the years, and in his last year as a camper, he broke the summer-long home run record, placing the mark at a seemingly unreachable point.
As a 14-year-old, Luca led his travel baseball team to win the IBC-USSSA-GSA Florida State Championship with 26 Home Runs and a dominating .601 batting average! Now, Luca is one of the top MLB prospects, and one of the best catchers in the country. He is currently playing for NC State University.