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FIELD HOCKEY TEAM SPECIALIST

Kim Decker Dooren: (757) 431-0505
Kim@GrandSlamVB.com

Biography: Achieving both local and national success, Kim Decker Dooren is one of Grand Slam’s field hockey experts. Dooren was a two-time National Champion at Old Dominion as the starting Goal Keeper. She still holds the record for the fewest goals scored against in an NCAA Tournament. Following her successful college career, Dooren was a member of the United States Field Hockey team for 3 years. She’s spent the last two years on the sideline with ODU Field Hockey as Goal Keeping Specialist and Director of Operations.

 

  

BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL TEAM SPECIALIST

                                                                                                                                                       

 


ASSISTANT STORE MANAGER
Zach Woods: (757) 431-0505

Biography:  A Hampton Roads native, Zach Woods has been to every step of the baseball ladder. The Princess Anne High School graduate was name first team All-Beach District and All-Tidewater before heading to Louisburg College in 2008. Woods then transferred to East Carolina University, where he was named Conference USA Newcomer of the Year and second team All-Conference in 2010. Woods was signed by the New York Yankees as a Minor League free agent in 2012, and has brought those years of experience to Grand Slam.

  

 

 

LACROSSE TEAM SPECIALIST  

Lacrosse Team Specialist                                                                                                 

Greg Nelin:(757) 431-0505
Greg@GrandSlamVB.com                                                                                                    

Biography:  Greg Nelin brings Division I lacrosse experience to Grand Slam as a member of the University of Maryland team that played for the National Championship in 1995. The Long Island native was a high school All-American and a captain at UMD. He was named Maryland’s midfielder of the year in 1994 and 1995. Nelin moved to the Hampton Roads area after college, and now shares his expertise through coaching and at Grand Slam.