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Baseball Training

Private Lessons

  • 1 on 1
  • Semi Private
  • Ages 6-18

Development Academy

  • Features progressive drills in fielding, throwing, hitting and situational reps. 
  • Grades 1-3 & 4-5th

Hit Club

  • go through cage work sessions in a college environment. 
  • Middle & High School

Clinics + Showcases

  • Camps + Clinics – on holidays and weekends
  • Showcases – Seasonal oppurtunities to get recruited

Private Lessons

Travis Janssen

Baseball Coach

Coaches- Hitting and Defense

Contact Information
981-316-9195

30 Minute Private Lessons

1 Hour Private Lessons

Baseball Coaches

Travis Janssen

Travis Janssen

Baseball Coach

Travis Janssen comes to ACME with 26 years of NCAA college coaching experience.  Most recently Travis served as the Head Coach at Austin Peay State University.  In six full seasons he accumulated 169 wins, along with 2 OVC runner-up finishes.  His teams defeated Power 5 schools nine different times in six years, including three victories over Top 10 ranked opponents (Vanderbilt 2019, Clemson 2018, North Carolina State 2017), which were the school’s first ever top 10 wins.  During his time at Austin Peay, Janssen’s OVC conference winning percentage was the highest of all active OVC coaches.  Travis has worked on coaching staffs that have produced close to 100 professional players, including 11 that have reached the Major Leagues.  Most recently, former player and current St Louis Cardinal, Ryan Helsley was named a 2022 MLB All Star.  In addition to Austin Peay, Travis has had coaching stops at six other NCAA Division 1 or Division II schools, where he has been a part of five championships.  He has made stops in his coaching career in both the SEC and the Big XII conferences.  As a player, Janssen played professionally for the Adirondack Lumberjacks briefly in 1996.  He was an All-American at New Mexico State University in 1995, as he posted a batting average over .400 for his two-year career.  Before his time at New Mexico State he helped lead Butler County Community College (KS) to a 3rd place finish in the NJCAA World Series.  Janssen prepped at Manhattan High School in Manhattan, KS.  During his senior year he led the Indians to their first state championship in program history.