Meet The Staff

Mike Pena

Owner
Mike attended Misericordia University (Dallas, PA) where, as a pitcher, he helped the Cougars win back to back conference titles & earn NCAA tournament berths. His coaching career started in Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania where he helped the youth baseball community grow and strive Mike Specializes in Individual Hitting, Pitching and Fielding Instruction.

Hit & Run Academy Coaches

Mike Scimanico is currently the head of baseball operations at the Hit & Run Baseball Academy and coaches in the Hit & Run Outlaws program.He has had an integral part of the programming for the GR8 Pitching Program. Scimanico is also an assistant coach for the Seton Hall University Pirates Baseball Team. He was a player and pitching coach at Shenandoah University in Winchester, Va.
Adam Bonfiglio is the former Hitting Coach at County College of Morris Baseball and the universal voice of hitting at the Hit and Run Academy. He coached at Morris Knolls High School for 25 years. Adam has consistently displayed his love for the game especially hitting through various camps and clinics he holds on hitting. Adam is a graduate of Iona College (Division 1). Adam Specializes in Individual Hitting and Fielding Instruction.
Will Fritch is a former Outlaw and currently plays at the County College of Morris. Will played High school Baseball at Dover High School where he was named to multiple all conference selections and an NJAC underclassman all-star game appearance. He all finished his High School career with 4 academic all conference honors.
Tom Mitchell has coached youth sports for the past 19 years (Baseball, Football, Basketball and Wrestling) at all levels from Rec to travel. His main focus and passion is baseball with the core belief that the development of players physically, mentally and emotionally takes priority over wins and statistics. His background consists of playing at Pope John (’89), the University of Scranton, and for the past 16 years has played in the Amateur Baseball Association of New Jersey and the Morris Majors Baseball League.
Nicholas Zinno is a 2020 Vernon Township High School Graduate and now attends Stevens Institute of Technology. While attending Vernon, he was a two year varsity starter and captain his senior year. He has played for multiple club teams and has also attended catching clinics for the past four years. Nicholas has played baseball his whole life and specializes in catching and hitting.
Justin Provost graduated from Pope John Regional High School in 2017 as a decorated baseball player earning 1st team All Conference, 1st team All Herald, 3rd team All State, and 2nd team All Metro. He attended Rowan University earning 2nd team All NJAC and division 3 Rookie of the Week. Justin now attends County College of Morris while studying exercise science.

Peter Corcoran is a college pitcher and was a pitcher and infielder for the Hit & Run program for 6 years. Peter is now a coach within the program. He played for Pope John XXIII Highschool and graduated in 2018 where he earned All-Conference and All-Herald Honors.

Vicky Ziolkowski (Sports Performance Trainer) is a 2011 graduate from Bloomsburg University with a B.A. in Exercise Science and a concentration in coaching as well as Strength & Conditioning. During her four years at Bloomsburg, she volunteered at Bloomsburg High School to enhance their gym classes and after school fitness programs for athletes and faculty. After graduating Vicky was the Operations Manager and Strength Coach at Williams Sport Training for three and a half years. Vicky has worked with college athletes, players from the U.S. Women’s National team, and professionals.

John Novak (Sports Performance Trainer) is a 2013 graduate of William and Paterson University where he earned a B.S. in Exercise Science with a concentration in Exercise Physiology. He also holds a B.A. in History from Montclair State along with his 10 years experience in retail before changing career paths. Prior to college, he attended Chatham High School where he was a varsity athlete in both Track and Field and Football. He hopes to pass along his passion for strength and speed training to young athletes whom he trains.

Hit & Run Outlaws Coaches

Brad Davis played baseball in Randolph, NJ all the way through high school and graduated in 2014. After high school, he attended Division 3 Moravian College to pitch. After an elbow injury during fall ball, Brad came home to County College of Morris and started coaching locally to still be involved in the game he loves. He coached for In the Zone Baseball and Softball and then for Randolph. Brad specializes in pitching, hitting and fielding and wants to pass on his knowledge of the game to the next generation.

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Hit and Run Sports Center staff are really awesome people and helped me in a lot of ways.

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Other Info

Phone: (973) 601-3117
Email: info@hitnrun.us