Baseball Coaches


Head Baseball Coach


Assistant Coach Jordan Basile will take over the reigns as the Head Baseball Coach for the 2018 season. Basile’s success as an assistant coach began years before he joined the Patriots in October 2017.  At both the University of Buffalo and Lake Erie College, the teams he coached became the most successful teams in school history. Basile now brings his passion for winning to PHCC to lead the Patriots to even more victories.

Basile holds both a Bachelor of Communication from the State University of New York -Fredonia and a Masters of Business Administration from Lake Erie College. While at SUNY-Fredonia, he served as a team captain and also earned ECAC Upstate New York and ABCA New York Region all-star honors. A two-time first-team all-conference selection at SUNY-Fredonia, Basile got his collegiate coaching start as an assistant at his alma mater for one season and also spent a full season working in the Player Development department of the Detroit Tigers.


Brian Wirth
Assistant Baseball Coach/ Recruiting Coordinator


Coach Wirth comes to PHCC for his first season in 2018.  Last year he joined the staff at his alma mater as an Assistant Coach, coaching the pitchers and catchers, where he helped the program to its first District Championship and Region tournament victory since 2010. He has also developed clinics and taught private lessons in Northern Virginia at Competitive Edge Training. Prior to that he succeeded in his first Head Coaching job for the 16U Alaska Wild, in Fairbanks, AK, helping to lead them to the state semifinals after a 3-15 season the year before.

In summer of 2017 he played SS/2B for the Sullivan Explorers in the Independent Professional Empire Baseball League. He played collegiate baseball for two years at Limestone College where he earned his Bachelors Degree in Sport Management. Prior to attending Limestone, he attained his Associates Degree at FCC, while earning All-Region and All-Conference honors. In high school, Wirth saw similar success as he was named Team MVP of the 2010 Woodbridge HS baseball team that finished 27-1.

Barry Powell
Assistant Baseball Coach