Indiana Nitro Baseball has agreed to terms with Greg Vogt, founder and operator at Passion Resilience Process (PRP). PRP is impactful training and mentoring to produce successful athletes on and off the diamond. The goal of PRP is to build resilient and tough young men who know how to battle through failure by trusting in the process.
Greg will work out of Finch Creek Fieldhouse, our new indoor facility in Noblesville that opened last month.
Coach Vogt attended Carmel HS and continued to play baseball at Anderson University. He is represented in the Top 5 of eight different pitching records including three 1st Team All-Conference and 2nd Team All-Region awards under long time Anderson head coach Don Brandon. He became the pitching coach at Noblesville HS under Head Coach Justin Keever, where the Millers won a state championship in 2014. Coach Vogt returned to the state finals as the pitching coach at Zionsville HS in 2016. His pitching staff at Zionsville combined to have a 1.04 ERA with 294 strikeouts in 240 IP. He is motivated to maximize player development and get players to the next level.
“It’s one thing to have the best indoor training facility around for our teams. It’s another thing to have the best arm strength and pitching development guy working inside that facility. With the addition of Greg to Indiana Nitro, we now have both.” - Chad Newhard, Director of HS Baseball Operations
Indiana Nitro Baseball is a 501c3 travel baseball organization founded in 2010 and features teams from 8U – 18U. Additionally, more than 110 Nitro players have committed to play collegiately since 2014.