Rawlings Stars : Staff

Wednesday, September 30


President:  Sean Lomas 

Sean Lomas was born and raised in Brewster, New York. He was an All American Athlete in both baseball & basketball coming out of Immaculate High School in Danbury, Ct.  Lomas was a four year varsity starter for both sports from 1994-1997. In basketball, he scored over 1500 points as a point guard & is still the all time leading three point shooter in the state of Connecticut with over 200 three pointers made in his high school career. 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. Coming out of high school he was a projected to be a top 10 round draft pick but he dislocated his non throwing elbow in the 4th game of his senior year. He was still offered a free agent pro contract out of high school but chose on accepting a full scholarship to division 1 Marist College. At Marist College he was the starting shortstop his freshman and sophomore years while being a closer. After his Sophomore year he chose to transfer to the University of Maryland. Lomas went on to be a two year starter at shortstop while being the ACC's top fielding Shortstop in 2000 & 2001. He held a Career .319 average in college while hitting .334 in ACC conference play his senior year. After going undrafted in 2001, Lomas received multiple independent pro ball offers & a couple free agent offers but decided to put his focus on coaching and training. At 23, Lomas began giving baseball lessons at Teels Baseball Academy in Wykoff, NJ under former LA Dodgers players guidance. Very soon after is when Sean became a youth counselor and coach for troubled youth from New York City. For two years, Sean had the opportunity to play pro ball, coach collegiately or high school but he developed a passion for helping children. He developed the first ever baseball and basketball programs for Green Chimneys School & Counseling. He gave young boys between ages 10-18 an opportunity to work hard, believe in themselves and develop a love for sport that gave them an outlet from their troubled family lives. In September 2005, he moved to Myrtle Beach, SC with his wife Marcela. In 2006, Lomas developed the plan to open a baseball academy called Stars of 2Morrow. In May 2007, the academy opened and Sean ran this on his own developing multiple teams in all brackets over eight years while training each and every player. Coach Lomas signed on to be a Kansas City Royals Associate Scout in 2011 & was the Head Coach for the Kansas City Royals Scout Team in 2012 & 2013. He was also the NTIS USA Baseball Director in SC in 2012 & 2013. He has recently resigned to as the USA NTIS SC Director for 2017. In 2012, Sean started the Beach Collegiate Baseball League where players from all over the country came to play in his league in Myrtle Beach in the summer months. 2017 will be the 6th season & he's also starting a BCBL West in California in 2017. In 2012, Sean was also inducted into his prestigious high school, Immaculate High School, Athletic Hall of Fame. In 2013, Sean signed on to be the Rawlings National Sports Clubs East Coast Director. His Program became the first Rawlings sponsored program ever on the east coast. Since signing he has many Rawlings Stars youth & high school showcase teams in SC while also having many others in NC, VA & MD. His Rawlings Stars program has won 5 National Championships while having over 500 players to sign to play college or pro ball just from SC alone since 2009. Sean is extremely driven & dedicated to helping young men & women achieve their goals. Sean is married to his wife Marcela & they have three children, Tyler, 11, Jayden 8, & Isla, 2.  


Director of Operations: Christian Hendrix