Ryley MaceachernHead Coach
Born in Saugus, Massachusets Ryley grew up playing ball in the Northeast United States. He would graduate from Salisbury High School in Connecticut where he was a four year varsity athlete and led his baseball team on the mound. During his time in high school he would play for the prestigious East Cobb Braves at major tournaments.
After his senior year of High School Maceachern was generating a lot of buzz around the big league scouting community. The Phillies would take a chance by drafting him but his decision was to attend Stony Brook University to play Division 1 baseball. In the summer Ryley was offered a spot to play in the Cape Cod League as a Sophomore. While attending Stony Brook he studied Sociology but would not finish his degree as the Marlins would take him in the draft three years later.
He would play professionally with the Marlins Organization for two and a half years while battling injury. After this professional stint Ryley knew his love for coaching and helping other players was where his future would take him. Directly after his release he began working with the South Florida Collegiate League as a pitching specialist. After one summer of doing so he began making a name for himself and has helped 20+ guys get to Division 1 schools to play baseball.
He is excited to be back with the SFCBL again where his young coaching career started. Ryley now resides in Palm Beach County and will look to continue building championship teams with the West Boca Snappers Organization.