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RLO Standings

Team G W L % GB Strk
Piratas del Caribe28235.821-L1
Schwechat Blue Bats28208.7143.0L2
Vienna Mets281711.6076.0W5
Rohrbach Crazy Geese281612.5717.0W4
Vienna Wanderers 2281612.5717.0W5
Schremser Beers281513.5368.0L7
Vienna Lawnmowers28325.10720.0W1
Vienna Bucks28226.07121.0L11

LLO A Standings

Team G W L % GB Strk
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Kids Standings

Team G W L % GB Strk
Diving Ducks Kinder26224.846-W8
Vienna Wanderers Kinder34268.765-W1
SG Lions / Cubs36279.750-W7
Janossomorja Rascals (HUN)22139.5917.0W1
Carinthian Blue Devils18513.27813.0L4
Schwechat Blue Bats Kinder321022.31315.0L13
AIBC12012.00015.0L12
Grasshoppers Kinder31922.29015.5L4
Attnang-Puchheim Firebirds15114.06715.5L14

2014:

Alex Lee

Alex Lee joins the Tulln Ravens Family after spending the past spring as a manager at D-BAT Austin, a brand new baseball training academy in Austin, Texas. Previously, Alex has held other instructing and coaching roles with D-BAT, logging over 2,000 hours of private instruction, small-group instruction, and camp/clinic coaching since the spring of 2012, primarily teaching hitting and infield defense.

In his time as a coach, Alex has WORKED with players at all ages and ability levels, coaching in Charlotte, NC, Atlanta, GA, his hometown of Boston, MA, and most recently in Austin, TX. He has worked with players of all levels, from professional, D1 college, high school, to players as young as Little Leaguers. Alex has also coached teams at the 19-under and 12-under level while serving as a team hitting instructor for many others.

Additionally, Alex has experience coaching players with various health conditions, specifically WORKING with deaf or hearing impaired, as well as running sports programs for those with various developmental disorders, particularly Autism and Asperger syndrome. 

Alex played 4 years of D1 NCAA college baseball at Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC, primarily as a Second Baseman and Shortstop, before graduating with a B.A. in Business Economics in 2011. Upon returning to the U.S., Alex plans to enroll in a graduate program to become a Doctor of Chiropractic. He is excited to bring his coaching and playing experience from the US Northeast and Southeast over to Europe in an effort to help teach the game of baseball with the philosophy of respecting the game, putting the team before the individual, always STAYING POSITIVE, and enjoying the game.

 

2013:

Paul Chiampa

batesseniordayPaul Chiampa comes to Tulln after spending a year as an assistant coach at Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts.  He began his college coaching career immediately after graduating from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine where he was a starting pitcher for all four years on the baseball team.  Paul graduated as the all-time leader in career starts and strikeouts as well as the in-season record holder for both categories.  His class graduated with the most wins in Bates baseball history over their 4 years and set a record for the most wins in a season with 25.  In high school, Paul was named the 2007 Patriot League MVP, 2007 Massachusetts State All-Star Game Most Valuable Pitcher, was a two time All-Scholastic player and led his team to the first playoff win in the program's history.  

His coaching career began at the age of 15 whbatesen he worked at various summer baseball camps in the New England area for players aged 5-14.  Paul’s first head coaching job came at the age of 18 where he was selected as the coach of an adult league baseball team that has won 3 straight league championships in the Ted Williams League.  During his summers in college, he founded and ran his own baseball camp designed for youth baseball players from his hometown of Pembroke, Massachusetts.

Paul graduated from Bates College in the Spring of 2011 and is very excited about the opportunity to work with the Tulln Ravens in this coming Spring.  He will bring years of New England baseball experience gained from working with players of all ages and talent levels.  He is eager and determined to build all facets of the program while also spreading the game of baseball throughout Tulln.

 


2010 - 2012:

Devin Powers Davis

Powers Davis brings many years of Southern California baseball experience to the Ravens. Most recently, Powers Davis began his college career began at Saddleback College, were he played first base for two years. From Saddleback he moved on to play for the University of California San Diego, one of the top Division II baseball teams in The United States. In his final season of college baseball the team made it to the Division II college world series, where they finished tied for third in the country. Powers Davis also brings international experience to the Ravens, having competed in both Australia and Japan with summer ball clubs traveling from the US.

His coaching career began at an early age working with youth at baseball summer camps. Out of high school he took a position working as a private baseball instructor for ages 4-16. He spent 3 years working as a private instructor before moving to San Diego to continue his college baseball career. During those three years he coached different youth teams at the 10 and under; 14 and under, and an 18 and under club level.


Devin has recently completed his studies at the University of California and is looking forward to the opportunity to lead the Ravens club beginning in the spring of 2010. He is committed to not only growing the club, but to helping each member of the Raven baseball family grow as baseball players.

 


2009:

Matthew Barrett

One of the top young coaches on the East Coast, Matthew Barrett enters his first season with the Tulln Ravens baseball program.

Barrett spent three seasons at George Mason University where he received 75% scholarship and played 1st Base, 2nd Base, 3rd Base, and Short Stop. Matt played 52 games with the GMU Patriots from 2003-2006. 

Transferring to the College of New Jersey in 2007, Barrett helped lead the Lions to its 4th consecutive conference championship. In 2008 Barrett, again guided the lions to conference tourney, leading the team in homeruns and slugging percentage. Barrett was the TCNJ and NJAC player of the week ending 4/27/08, after hitting .467 (7-for-15) with a double, three home runs, 10 RBI, and four runs scored in five games played for TCNJ. He hit safely in 4-of-5 contests including a 4-for-4 performance with a home run, a stolen base, four RBI and a run scored in TCNJ’s 8-3 non-conference win over Stevens. One day later, he went 3-for-4 with two home runs, five RBI, and three runs scored in the Lions’ 14-5 non-conference road win at Widener. Two days later, he doubled in a 4-0 NJAC victory over Ramapo for his fourth extra base hit in a four-day period. Barrett posted a .556 on-base percentage for the week. Matt played over 40 games with the TCNJ Lions from 2007-2008.

Barrett did not travel far for his first coaching gig as he was one of Mercer Counties’ all-time leading hitters from 2000-03. The three-time VCC all conference member. Serving under Patriot Conference head coach Ray O’Brien, Barrett guided a talented class of upperclassmen. Matt helped the Panthers to a record setting year as the teams main hitting, and infield defense coach.

On the Tulln Ravens, Matt is committed to building the program into a consistent winner and growing the fan base. Matt Barrett will lead the Tulln Ravens starting spring of ’09.