BCBL Commissioner: Sean Lomas
Sean Lomas was born and raised in Brewster, New York. He was an All American two sport athlete in both baseball and basketball coming out of Immaculate high School in Danbury, Connecticut. Lomas was a four year varsity starter for both sports 1994-1997. In basketball, he scored over 1,500 points in his career and is currently still the all time leading three point shooter in Connecticut history with over 200 three pointers made. The 6″0 switch hitting shortstop hit .428 in his high school career while going 22-3 on the mound with his low 90s fastball. Sean was inducted into his High School’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2012. Lomas also played for the # 1 showcase program in the country at the time, Long Island Tigers, who were featured in baseball express several times. Coming out of high school, he was projected as top 10 round draft pick. After a dislocation of his non throwing elbow in only the 4th game of his senior year, Lomas was sidelined for months. He still received a free agent offer to sign professionally but instead chose to accept a full scholarship to play for division 1 Marist College in the MAAC. At Marist, he was the starting shortstop in 1998 & 99 while also being the closer. After he completed his Sophomore year, Lomas decided to transfer to University of Maryland to play in the ACC. He went on to be a two year starter at shortstop for the Terps while be the ACC’s top fielding shortstop in both 2000 & 2001. He held a career .319 batting average while hitting .334 in conference his senior year. After going undrafted, Lomas received a few independent pro offers & free agent offers, but ultimately decided on focusing his attention to coaching and training. He began giving lessons in Wyckoff, NJ under former Dodger players Garret Teel and Dan Grey at Teels Baseball Academy. About a year after, Lomas became a youth counselor and coach for troubled youth from New York City. He developed a passion for helping kids. For two years, Lomas continued to get calls to sign to play professionally or even coach collegiately but he found his calling. He developed the first ever baseball and basketball youth & high school travel programs for Green Chimneys School. He gave young boys the opportunity to work hard, believe in themselves and develop a love for sport that gave them an outlet from their troubled family life. In September 2005, Lomas moved to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina with his wife, Marcela. In 2006, he developed a plan to open a baseball academy called Stars of 2Morrow. In May 2007, the academy opened and Lomas ran it by himself training all its players while developing multiple teams in all brackets. In 2011, Lomas signed with the Kansas City Royals to be an associate scout for South Carolina. In 2012 & 2013, Coach Lomas was the Head Coach for the Kansas City Royals Scout team out of the Southeast. Also in 2012 and 2013 Lomas became the USA Baseball NTIS Director for South Carolina as well. In the summer of 2012, Sean started the Beach Collegiate Baseball League (BCBL) in Myrtle Beach where players from all over the country came to play in his league in the summer. The summer of 2017 is the upcoming 6th season as the league has progressed each year. He also plans on starting a league on the West Coast in 2017. In 2013, Lomas became the East Coast Director for Rawlings National Sports Clubs while his program became the first ever Rawlings Sponsored program on the East Coast now known as the Rawlings Stars. He has multiple teams and programs under his umbrella from SC, NC, VA and MD. He has won five national titles with his Stars program. He most recently resigned to be the USA Baseball NTIS SC Director again for 2017. Coach Lomas created the I Am Jayden Foundation for his son Jayden & many other Pediatric Stroke survivors. He also has a tournament company called Carolina Premier Baseball which started in 2015 and will has multiple events throughout the Carolinas. Sean is extremely driven and dedicated to helping young men and women achieve their goals. Sean is married to his wife Marcela & they have three children, Tyler, 12, Jayden, 9, & Isla, 3.