Coach Kubicek was the first ever coach of the Prairie Baseball Academy from 1995-2010.
Without Coach Kubiceks unbelievable work ethic, none of what we have today at the Prairie Baseball Academy would be possible. Starting a college baseball program in 1995 was a crazy dream, today there are close to a dozen baseball academies in Alberta alone. Coach Kubicek is a huge reason for the growth of baseball in this province and we are forever grateful for what he did for this program.
Rick Paskal is a former President of the Prairie Baseball Academy and was the driving force behind the facilities at Lloyd Nolan Yard.
Doug Jones is one of the most influential people in the development of baseball in Alberta over the last 25 years. Doug helped establish PBA as well as teams at the WMBL, CCBC and high school levels.
Keith was the ultimate PBA supporter from its inception in 1995. A baseball enthusiast, Keith was an amazing volunteer for the Prairie Baseball Academy until he lost his battle with cancer in 2015. Our annual golf tournament has since been renamed the Keith Jorgensen Memorial Golf Tournament.
Larry was one of the initial gold sponsors of the Prairie Baseball Academy. The Lloyd Nolan Yard and facility are named after his brother. The Nolan Family have supported PBA from the very beginning, without this family there is no way PBA could be where it is today.
Dustin was the first ever player at PBA to make it to Major League Baseball. In 2016 Dustin pitched for the Detroit Tigers in several different stints with the big club. Dustin has also represented Team Canada on numerous occasions at major tournaments around the world.