Nokona is the nation’s oldest baseball glove manufacturer, handcrafting premium ball gloves since 1934. For generations, Nokona has been dedicated to providing the best baseball products in the world—all made in America. Nokona represents premier independent baseball organizations comprised of elite travel players in their geographical region.
Geoff Cuneo is a graduate of Needham High School, Needham, MA (1977) and post graduate of Cushing Academy, Ashburnham, MA (1978). He attended Drew University and Framingham State University 1979-1982, where he graduated with a BA in Economics and Finance. He was an All-Conference RHP in high school (BayState Conference) in 1977, and was a Boston Globe Prep All-Star (1978). He played basketball for Drew University 1979-1980 and for Framingham State 1981-1982. Mr. Cuneo has championed the cause of baseball development among talented college-bound high school players for more than 15 years in the northeastern United States. In 2005, he founded GC Baseball Club LLC, dba Nokona Baseball.
Gerry Carroll is a graduate of Holliston High School, Holliston, MA (1981) where he lettered in football, hockey and baseball. He attended Providence College from 1982-1986 where he graduated with a BS in Management. He lettered in baseball during all four years with The Friars, and was named Most Valuable Player during his senior season. He also was named to the All-District NCAA Baseball Team, the All-ECAC Division I Team, and the Big East First Team. In addition to his duties as a managing partner in Nokona Baseball, Mr. Carroll brings his considerable experience, knowledge and skills directly to program participants as a seven-year coach, clinician and instructor.
Dan Sullivan was a high school All-Star from Ashland, MA as a RHP and SS, and was a member of the 2000 state championship team. He went on to graduate from the University of Connecticut (2007) with a BA in History. Since graduating from UConn, Coach Sullivan has coached 10 years of high school baseball (seven in Ashland, MA and three in Hopkinton, MA) and 10 years of high school football (four in Ashland and six in Hopkinton). He also has a decade of AAU head coaching experience. Coach Sullivan has served as the manager of Ashland Legion baseball for the past six years, leading Post 77 to two sectional championship appearances. He also has worked at various baseball facilities as both a hitting and pitching instructor. He brings to the Nokona Baseball program his extensive experience and a passion for teaching baseball to players with developing talent.