• Taking Your Game to the Next Level!

    The Shenandoah Valley Baseball-Softball Academy provides quality baseball/softball training for the youth of the Shenandoah Valley. We provide our student-athletes with private and group instruction, specialized camps and clinics, as well as video analysis and cage rentals. We also provide guidance with the college recruiting process. We invite you to stop by and visit our facility and speak with our knowledgeable staff about your son's or daughter's level and commitment to the game.

    Our mission is to help each student athlete reach their goal of playing and studying at the next level. Our programs include age groups from age 6 to 18 years with Tee Ball ages 6-7-8, Minor (Farm League) ages 9-10, ages 11-12, Junior Varsity ages 13-14 and Varsity ages 15-18. Call us today to schedule a visit and meet our great coaches.

  • News and Announcements

    • Photo Gallery: Super Camp 2014
      Photo Gallery: Super Camp 2014

      Photos from Super Camp 2014 at the Shenandoah Valley Baseball-Softball Academy.

    • Best Hitter in the Valley Hitting Camp winners
      Best Hitter in the Valley Hitting Camp winners

      The winners in the Super Camp 2014 Best Hitter in the Valley Hitting Camp held on Feb. 7.

    • Mike Bocock stays busy in “retirement”
      Mike Bocock stays busy in “retirement”

      Legendary baseball coach Mike Bocock isn’t exactly taking the summer off from coaching. Bocock, who led the Waynesboro Generals to the 2013 Valley League championship, his eighth in 25 years as a VBL coach, stepped down from the job after hoisting the Jim Lineweaver Cup in August, but Bocock will be patrolling the dugout for a new team this year.

    • Brian Bocock, Daniel Bowman in MLB spring training
      Brian Bocock, Daniel Bowman in MLB spring training

      Shenandoah Valley Baseball-Softball Academy alums Brian Bocock and Daniel Bowman will be in major league camps in spring training trying to land spots in The Show.

    • #1 on the list: Bocock did his best job of all
      #1 on the list: Bocock did his best job of all

      Mike Bocock came into the 2013 season, his first as head coach in Waynesboro, with seven Valley League championships to his credit, and a reputation as a man who can get his teams to win in crunch time.


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