Tim Kerns

 

Tim began his baseball career playing for Malvern Prep. After achieving 1st Team All City Honors and Inter AC MVP, he graduated in 1988 with a full baseball scholarship to Davidson College.

At Davidson, Kerns holds the single season record of Homeruns (17), RBI’s (61) and total bases (135). His senior year he batted .373 and hit 17 homeruns while only striking out 19 times.

In 1993, Kerns played professional baseball for the Ohio Valley Redcoats. He hit .331 and led the team in HRs and RBI’s.

After his playing days were over, Tim decided to remain in the baseball business and help upcoming athletes become successful ball players. Triple Crown was opened in 1996 when Tim was at the age of 25. He’s credited with bringing the idea of indoor year-round training to the Montgomery County Area for baseball and softball. He has worked with numerous top draft choices from their early days in Little League up to and through the Major League Draft.

In 2008, Kerns helped coach an 18U American team in an overseas tournament in Oldenzaal, Holland. The team won the entire tournament and returned to the states with a gold medal.

In 2010, Kerns took another 18U team to Curacao to compete against Curacao’s 16U & 18U National teams.