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V.L. Hasty, the founder of Collegiate Baseball Exposure, possesses a wealth of coaching experience. He has coached at the NCAA Division I level for six years, two as a head coach and four as an assistant coach. Mr. Hasty was also a head coach at the NJCAA level for seven years and was fortunate to have been a head coach at the high school level in Japan for a year. In 2010, he managed in Europe and then guided the Will County Cracker Jacks to the Midwest Collegiate League championship in 2011, thus being named the MCL manager of the year.

In 2014, Coach Hasty served as the pitching coach at Southwestern College in Chula Vista, California, where his pitching staff paved the way to a super-regional championship. Mr. Hasty is the author of Pitcher Perfect-A Complete Mechanical Analysis of the Pitching Delivery.

Coach Hasty is proud to say that he served his country through military service. He spent four years in the United States Marine Corps and received an honorable discharge. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Administration from Northern Illinois University and a Master of Science degree in Sport Management with a concentration in Sport Leadership from Lasell College. 


1987-Nile C. Kinnick HS-Head Coach

1989-Indiana State University-Pitching Coach

1990-92-Northern Illinois University-Pitching Coach

1992-93-Kishwaukee College-Associate Head Coach

1993-Morehead State University-Pitching Coach

1994-98-College of DuPage-Head Coach

2003-05-Harper College-Head Coach

2006-08-Chicago State University-Head Coach

2010-Trnava Angels-Field Manager

2011-12-Will County CrackerJacks-Field Manager

2013-15-Team San Diego-Field Manager

2014-Southwestern College-Pitching Coach

2015-2017-Midwest Veterans-Field Manager

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Introducing Collegiate Baseball Exposure

I have coached collegiate baseball for over two decades. The process of recruiting young men to both attend school and play college baseball is something that I fully understand at every facet. During my career, I was a head coach at two different junior colleges.... Continue Reading