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Baseball training facility for players who want to play at the next level. We specialize in programs that run year-round including Velocity, Pitch Design, Mound Blend, Shut Down and In-Season Programs.




Scott grew up in Colonie, NY and is a 2001 graduate of Colonie High School.  In October of 2022 Scott will be inducted into the South Colonie Athletics Hall of Fame.  During his time with the Colonie Raiders they had a 49-18 record which included 3 appearances in Sectionals and 1 Sectional Final game.  In Scott’s senior year he was selected to 1st Team All State, 1st Team All Area and 1st Team All Suburban Council while finishing the season ranked in the Top 100 High School Players by Collegiate Baseball Magazine.  Chambers is still the owner of the single season (93) and career strikeout (240) records at Colonie High School.

    During the summer’s of his high school career Scott enjoyed a lot of success with the South Troy Dodgers which included a 2nd Place finish in the 2000 Connie Mack World Series. He was also a part of the Adirondack Team in the Empire State Games (1999) that won their 3rd Gold Medal in a row playing with the area's best players.  

    Following his high school graduation Scott went on to attend Marist College (Poughkeepsie, NY) on a full scholarship where he would be a weekday starter during his freshman year, then break into the weekend rotation during his Sophomore year.  Following that year, Scott played summer ball in the New England Collegiate Baseball League for the North Adams Steeplecats.  He began the summer as a closer but got his first start midway through the season vs Team USA in an exhibition game. Chambers threw 7 innings punching out 12 hitters and only allowing 2 runs on 2 hits while topping the gun at 96 mph. This would put his name on the map with the Professional Scouts.  

Entering his Junior season Scott was named a Preseason All Maac pitcher and lived up to the expectations.  Chambers finished the season with a 7-5 record (after starting 1-5) with 6 complete games and 1 shut out (vs Siena, 1 Hitter).  This led to him earning 1st Team All Maac Pitcher accolades.  The team came up short in a bid for the regionals which left Scott hungry to get the team back to the NCAA Tournament.  While preparing for the summer Scott was receiving plenty of attention from Pro Scouts and all came to a head when he was offered a 13th Round Selection by the Chicago White Sox. After hearing the offer, Chambers decided to go back to Marist to finish his education and try to get back to the tournament. 

That summer Scott earned 1st Team ALL NECBL, was the starting pitcher in the All Star Game, and earned “Most Improved Player”.  His senior season was shortened due to slight tears in his shoulder as well as tendonitis.  He went unsigned out of college and decided to throw for the Albany Athletics of the Twilight League.  After half a season with no pain, Chambers was sought after for a playoff push by the Gateway Grizzlies of the Frontier League. After throwing well for the end of the season Scott was invited back to Spring Training where his tendonitis and injuries recurred causing him to retire at 23 years old.  

Scott currently owns and operates Chambers Sports Performance, a baseball training facility in Colonie, NY where he works with kids of all ages who are trying to advance their skills and knowledge in Baseball.  In October of 2022, Scott was Inducted in the Colonie High School Athletic Hall of Fame.












Boston College, 2004

Christian Brothers Academy, 2000

C.B.A. Athletic Hall of Fame, 2022

Player Development Specialist

       Josh DiScipio graduated from Christian Brothers Academy in 2000 where he was a four sport varsity letter-men in baseball, football, hockey and indoor track. During his high school athletic career at C.B.A. DiScipio was a two time recipient of the Brother Aloysius Memorial MVP award for varsity football  (98', 99'), a first team all-area football player (98’, 99’), a first team all-area baseball player (99’, 00’), a second team All-State (NY) shortstop (00’) as well as a member of the 1999 and 2000 Empire State Games Adirondack gold medal baseball teams. In 2000 DiScipio was also a member of the South Troy Dodgers team under head coach George Rogers that made it to the finals of the A.A.B.C. Connie Mack World Series held in Farmington New Mexico; a tournament in which he was the recipient of the Golden Glove Award.

            After graduating from C.B.A. in 2000 DiScipio attended Boston College on athletic scholarship where he was a three year starter at second-base. During his baseball career at Boston College Josh was named to the All Big-East Conference Honorable Mention Team in 2002 (second-base) and All Big-East Conference Third Team in 2003 (second-base). During the course of his college baseball career DiScipio also played in the New England Collegiate Baseball League (N.E.C.B.L.) for the Concord Quarry Dogs (02’-03’) where he was awarded All NECBL First Team honors in 2002 (shortstop), All NECBL First Team honors in 2003 (second-base) and was the recipient of the NECBL All-Star Game M.V.P. award in 2003. Upon completion of a dual bachelor’s degree in political science and sociology at Boston College, DiScipio then went on to complete an M.B.A. in International Business and Management as well as an M.S. in Sports Administration at St. Thomas University located in Miami Florida (09’).

            From July 2017- December 2018 DiScipio served as a hitting and defensive instructor at the South Troy Dodger Premier Training Facility located in Albany, NY where he worked with athletes from the ages of 9-18 in various aspects of athletic training including but not limited to speed and strength conditioning and fast twitch-explosive muscle training. For the duration of this time DiScipio was also an assistant coach of the 16u South Troy Dodgers summer baseball team which he helped coach to a Northeast Regional Championship and World Series birth. As an assistant coach of the 16u South Troy Dodger team during the Summer of 2018 he helped coach the team to a record of 29-9 and a sixth place finish in the AABC Mickey Mantle World Series held in Connecticut August of 2018.

            Originally from Niskayuna New York, Josh is a doctorate holder in the social sciences (Ph.D.) and is currently an online adjunct faculty member at Grand Canyon University where he facilitates sports management undergraduate courses within the Colangelo College of Business. 



Quentin Crudo (RHP) - LaSalle ‘17 - Iona College

Sal Pezzolla (1B) - LaSalle ‘16 - St. Anslem

Anthony Raimo (OF) - CBA ‘16 - St. Bonaventure

Tommy Kretzler (RHP/OF) - Colonie ‘16 - Brockport - Tri-City ValleyCats

Sal Fusco (RHP) - Colonie ‘18 - Villanova

Spencer Brown (LHP) - Ravena ‘19 - Brockport

Tyler Cannoe (1B) - Scotia ‘19 - Salve Regina

Will Kindl (LHP) - Burnt Hills ‘20 - St. Thomas Aquinas

Caroline Srokowski (CF) - Ballston Spa ‘20 - SUNY Albany    

Derek Bender (C) - Albany Academy ‘21 - Coastal Carolina

Christopher Ubner (RHP) - Cooperstown ‘21 - St Thomas Aquinas

Roberto Barron (RHP) - Albany Academy ‘21 - PSU Harrisburg

Marko Gibbons (RHP) - Bethlehem ‘21 - Marist College

Meaghan Houk (SS) - Ravena ‘21 - Colgate

Jake Contois (OF) - Shaker ‘21 - RPI

Josh Foglia (OF) - Shaker ‘21 - HVCC

Maeve Marra (OF) - Columbia ‘21 - St. John’s

Jeremiah Deitz (RHP) - Schenectady ‘21 - Bryant and Stratton

Michael O’Shaughnessy (3B) - CBA ‘22 - Davidson

Ryan Bilka (SS/RHP) - CBA ‘22 - Wagner

Will Baumann (1B) - CBA ‘22 - Plattsburgh

Sam Falace (LHP) - Colonie ‘22 - Pittsburgh

Kyle DeCresce (RHP/3B) - Burnt Hills ‘22 - St Thomas Aquinas

Andrew Kramer (RHP) - Ballston Spa ‘22 - Lock Haven

Jimmy LaBombard (RHP) - CBA ‘22 - Lesley University

Jake O’Connor (RHP) - CBA ‘22 - Hobart

Aviv Drucker (LHP) - Albany Academy ‘22 - Arcadia

Brendan Pajak (RHP) - Bethlehem ‘22 - Brockport

Nick Mahar (RHP/SS) - Guilderland ‘22 - Brockport

Maddy Bland (3B) - Schoharie ‘22 - St. Rose

Giovanni Conte (RHP) - Colonie ‘23 - UCONN

Brenna Jahn (SS) - Scotia ‘23 - UTSA

Andrew Kindlon (RHP) - Albany Academy ‘25 - University of Virginia

Logan Jamrosz (RHP) - Watervliet '23 - Herkimer

Reis Brammer (LHP) - CBA '23 - Herkimer

Naz Lozada (RHP) - Lansingburgh '23 - Herkimer

Luke Helmstadt (RHP) - Schoharie '23 - HVCC

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