Welcome to Koa Sports! As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, our purpose is Shaping Kids’ Lives Through Sports. With stellar leadership and professionally-trained coaches who embody our four core values — Positive, Dedicated, Team First, Fun — it’s no wonder Koa runs the leading youth sports leagues in Washington, DC, and Montgomery County, MD (Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Silver Spring, Rockville, Gaithersburg, Wheaton, Kensington, Potomac, Glen Echo, Takoma Park). Koa offers baseball, field hockey, basketball, flag football and summer camp programs.
Started Coaching 12U and 13U Travel in 2014 for Koa. April 2014 Coach of the Month. Star outfielder, pitcher and catcher for Wootton High School for three years. Pitched at Montgomery College while studying for a degree in criminal justice. Assistant for 2013 Wootton High School and Head Coach of the 18U AAA Rockville Patriots. Enjoys music and staying active in slow pitch softball league!
Pitch Perfect – ok coach Adam may not have Springsteen’s pipes, but this NJ native and Koa Pitching Coach is ready for his next Cy Young candidate! Adam comes to Koa with three years of coaching college ball (2 years at his alma mater Juniata and another at Alma College in Michigan) plus he’s currently the pitching coach at the College of Southern Maryland
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Coach of The Month
Dionte H. is Koa’s Coach of the Month for April, 2018!
Coach Holland has been with Koa for 2 years now and continues to excel. He is one of the few coaches that volunteers to work all events and doesn’t hesitate when asked to do more. This season alone he has taken over a team that didn’t win a game last year and has led them to an impressive 2-2 record. Coach Holland’s hard work and dedication help carry the success of Koa Flag Football.
Athlete of The Month
Kevin W. is Koa’s Player of the Month for April, 2018!
Kevin W. has been a game changer for the undefeated Tar Heels in the 2nd/3rd grade division. He is one of the hardest working athletes on the field and has become one of the team’s best players, not to mention Kevin is only in Kindergarten. The coach of the Tar Heels always expresses Kevin’s toughness and ability to play all positions.