Welcome to the Dupage Training Academy's Wildcats College Exposure Travel Program. We hope you enjoy your visit to our site and become a DTA Wildcats fan or prospect. Please browse through the various pages and sub-pages to become familiar with our academy teams, players and coaches. To keep up with the Wildcat teams of all levels, follow us on Twitter @WildcatsDTA.
Dupage Training Academy promotes the learning of baseball at a higher level. Our coaches work with players to understand mental game strategy as well as physical play. Mental strategies are taught through preparation, hard work, and by training players to learn from failures and overcome adversity. The physical fundamentals of baseball are taught through practice and drill work emphasizing proper mechanics and smart game play.
The teams are designed to provide high school players with an opportunity to play on highly competitive teams that compete against top travel programs as well as teams in college exposure tournaments and showcases both locally and nationwide. The importance of school and academic commitment is continuously emphasized and all players are held responsible for the same high standard of work.
We have two spots available for travel players on both our 15U and 16U level. Teams are coached by paid coaches, no parent coaches and spots have opened as a couple players have decided to pursue other sports instead of baseball. To inquire please email to firstname.lastname@example.org to Jeff Kramer and we will get back to you to set up a time to dicuss.
The Wildcats 15U teams continue to dominate with the 15U Navy team going 4 - 0 in pool play, securing the #1 seed, and moving on to the championship game with a 9 - 6 victory over Top Tier North.
15U Elite, with a #2 seed, destroyed Lombard Lightning 12 - 0 in their semi-final win to move to the Championship game.
Navy moves to 15 - 2 on the season, and Elite is now 18 - 3 - 2.
Congrats to Jacob Aseltine and Ryan Boe, pitchers, and Ryan Renella and Joey Campanella, hitters on their selection to the Perfect Game Midwest 15U Championship tournament In Cedar Rapids.
For the 3rd time this year, the Wildcats 15U teams had a no-hitter, this time Robbie Stankus and Logan Swaney combined for a 7 inning no hitter. Stankus threw 3 innings, striking out 4 and Swaney threw 4 striking out 6.
The second Wildcat Elite pitcher, Luke Holtz, throws a no-hitter for another win for the Wildcats Elite 15U.
Wildcats 15U Elite moved to 9 - 1 on the season with a 2nd place finish in the Diamond Sports Tournament last weekend.
Ryan Boe starts the year with a 5 inning no hitter vs CI Revolution, striking out 3 in a 10 - 0 win for the 15U Elite.
The 14U Wildcats Navy team moved to 22 - 9 on the season and picked up a championship in the Diamond Sports 14U Chicago Classic tournament.