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Viking Baseball Camp!
Viking Baseball Camp is in its 11th year and continues to be one of the top summer baseball camp on the North Shore. Our staff consists of college coaches, HS Coaches, and youth coaches along with college players looking to share their knowledge of the game. Whether you are looking for advanced instruction or just learning to play the game, this is the camp for you.
Jason Doviak - Camp Director
Senior Associate Director of Athletics and Recreation - Salem State University
Jason Doviak was recruited and attended Stony Brook University for one year and finished his playing career at SUNY Cortland (3 Years).
Jason has a great deal of experience in instruction as he was a Camp Instructor & Advanced Pitching Expert at the Sienna College Baseball Camp for 4 years and Cortland Baseball Clinics for 3 years.
Jason is currently the Vice Chair of the NCAA Division III Baseball Committee and Chair of the New England Region. He was appointed to a four-year term in September of 2014. Jason will coordinate and supervise the NCAA New England Regional which takes place in mid-May.
Marc Crovo has been coaching and instructing local high school and collegiate level players for the past five years. He began his coaching career in 2008 as an assistant coach and sub varsity head coach at Malden Catholic High School. In 2011, Marc founded the Vikings Baseball AAU program, which he currently runs and coaches players ages 9 through 18u. This past year, Marc joined the Salem State Vikings as an assistant coach and will specialize in working with catchers and hitting instruction.
Marc graduated from Salem State University in 2009 with a degree in Business Management. During his time there, he was the starting catcher for four years and served as a captain while also being named an all conference MASCAC player. In 2006, Marc helped lead Salem State to a 34-8 record, leading them to a MASCAC championship and the NCAA tournament. After the season, Marc received a Cape Cod League invite from the Brewster Whitecaps and was also named a Yawkey Baseball League All-Star and Gold Glove Award winner.