Softball - MVP Smash
The MVP Smash softball program is a premier fast-pitch organization in Northern Virginia. The objective of the Smash program is to provide advanced skill development and competitive athletic experiences for our athletes as we prepare them for high school softball. We are striving to achieve and maintain the highest level of play available at their age level in girls fast-pitch softball.
The Director of Softball for MVP Smash is Billy Rice. Billy is the Varsity Coach for Stone Bridge High School and won a State Championship this Spring 2022.
Participation in the Smash program requires a commitment from both the players and their parents to a training and game schedule that begins in early fall, includes an indoor winter skills development program, and continues with tournament play from April through late July.
Smash General Manager: Pudge Gjormand
Smash Director: Billy Rice
Smash Commissioner: Robbie Robeson
High School Baseball - MVP Dawgs
The MVP Dawgs high school program allows top high school players from the area to further hone their skills while competing at the highest level.
MVP Baseball is led by Madison High School Baseball’s own, Coach Pudge Gjormand. Coach Gjormand is well known throughout Virginia, the east coast and in many National coaching circles. He works very hard on behalf of MVP players, both on the field, developing their skills and knowledge, and off the field, with the college recruiting process.
There are typically multiple teams at each grade level and many of the top high school players in Northern Virginia.
MVP Dawgss teams play in the Northern Virginia Travel Baseball League (NVTBL), and travel to competitive tournaments locally and nationally.
MVP Dawgs tryouts for the Summer season are held in early November, and tryouts for the Fall season are held in August.
Dawgs General Manager: Pudge Gjormand
Dawgs Commissioner: Terry Dwyer
Middle School Baseball - MVP Terps
The goal of the MVP Terps middle school program is to help players adjust to the big field and prepare them for high school baseball.
MVP Terps 13u coaches and teams help players make the transition from smaller fields to the big field while starting to prepare them to make their high school team.
Experienced MVP Terps 14u coaches and teams further advance a player's big field transition while continuing to hone their skills and develop them for high school.
Terps JV teams play a High School JV schedule the fall before a player's freshman HS season to further prepare them to compete at the High School level.
MVP Terps teams play in the Northern Virginia Travel Baseball League (NVTBL), and travel to competitive tournaments locally and in neighboring states.
MVP Terps tryouts are held in early May each year - specific dates will be posted on the mvpbaseballschool.com main page.
Terps General Manager: Pudge Gjormand
Terps Commissioner: Mike Binns
Elementary School Baseball - MVP Mustangs
The goal of the MVP Mustangs elementary school program is to help players focus on developing sound fundamental baseball fielding/throwing/hitting techniques.
Mustangs focus on the essential mechanics of baseball, care for their body, and knowledge of the game in an age-appropriate environment.
- MVP Mustangs 9U-10U: Played on the small or little league (60 foot) diamond, teams focus on developing sound fundamental baseball skills.
- MVP Mustangs 11U-12U: Played on the intermediate (70 foot) diamond, teams orient on the situational aspects of baseball while continuing to hone their baseball skills.
MVP Mustangs teams participate in the fall and spring Northern Virginia Travel Baseball League (NVTBL) and enter into regional tournaments progressively as they age.
MVP Mustangs tryouts are held in early May each year - specific dates will be posted on the mvpbaseballschool.com main page.
Terps General Manager: Pudge Gjormand
Terps Commissioner: Justin Eggstaff