Stuytown Baseball Camp

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Meet our Assistant Camp Director and Coaches

Nick Ramos (Junior Assistant/Pee Wee Supervisor)

5th year working at the camp 


Now in his tenth year as a camper or worker, Nick takes the reigns as Junior Assistant Camp Director.  On the field he oversees the younger groups and off the field he is in charge of the website and connecting with the parents.  A four year member of the Beacon high school team, Nick was considered to be one of top senior in the city and one of the best defensive outfielders.  Ramos was set to play collegiatelly at Wheaton College until he decided to end his playing days and instead focus his attention solely on obtaining a business degree.

Dylan Laudano (Coach)

3rd Year working at the camp 


Dylan was a four year player at John Jay College where he became the starting catcher. He won the team MVP award in his final two seasons and finished with a .350 career batting average with 6 homeruns. Selected to all region New York D3 for the second year in a row. Selected to ECAC first team for the New York region and selected to the ABCA all region third team. 

Jason Polgano (Coach)

4th Year working at the camp 

Jason is a left hand pitcher who has become a regular two-way player at first base and in the starting pitching rotation for Felician University. Jason is majoring in business administration... born 3/23/96 in Bronx, N.Y. In 2016 D2CCA Third-Team All-America at Utility-Pitcher...D2CCA & ABCA First-Team All-Region... First-Team All-CACC... CACC All-Tournament team.  In 2017 Named All-East Region at Utility-Pitcher by D2CCA (Second Team) and NCBWA (Honorable Mention)... First Team All-CACC...

Marc Bisogno (Coach)

2nd Year working at the camp 

Attended Xavier High School, as a freshman on the JV team Marc lead the team in batting with a .457 batting average and led almost every other offensive category including runs, hits, extra base hits, slugging and total bases.  As a starter at the top the rotation, Marc Pitched 37.33 innings and led the team in ERA 3.38, Strikeouts 45,  and WHIP 1.580 while holding opposing batters .248 batting average.  He was awarded the Cy Young award for outstanding pitcher.  Perfect Game ranked him the Number 1 right handed pitcher in New York State for the 2016 graduating class. He was also awarded the Cy Young in his sophomore, year finishing the season with a 2.26 ERA  and a 1.235 WHIP while holding opposing batters to a .172 batting average.  After sophomore year, Perfect Game named him a Top 500 Prospect to watch and was the 3rd ranked right handed pitcher in New York State.  As a junior he posted a 1.74 ERA and .993 WHIP on the mound with 53 K’s in 48 innings of work and held opposing batters to a .185 batting average.  He again led the offense in hits and batting average (.314). He was awarded the prestigious Block X MVP as well as the Cy Young Award for his 3rd year in a row and  was named a Rawlings 2nd team New York City Allstar.  Unfortunately, he was sidelined his entire senior year while recovering from Tommy John surgery.  In his junior year he received a scholarship to play baseball for the Fordham Rams. As a freshman for Fordham he missed the first 14 games of the season while still recovering from surgery. Upon his return to the mound, he was given the opportunity to start 2 games for the Rams and make 10 appearances for a total of 14.2 innings. He recorded 6 K’s and threw 7 scoreless innings of relief while only issuing 4 walks, a team low for pitchers with more than 10 innings of work. 

Nick Gioia (Coach) 

Coach at Archbishop Molloy 

6th year working at the camp 

A four year player and a two year captain at John Jay College. Nick is now an assistant Coach at John Jay College. As a player he was awarded most improved player his freshman year. Featured in the Metro Baseball Magazine in 2014 . Had a .345 career batting average in the playoffs in his 4 years at John Jay. He finished his college career hitting .333 in his final season.