Chris Allen played varsity baseball for Edison High School in 1981-82. He was a catcher and batted 400+ both seasons, leading to 1st team, all Gunston District and 2nd team all Northern Region honors in 1982. Chris is also an American Legion baseball Alumni, having played for Post 162 where he was among the league leaders in Home runs his final season of 1982. After failed attempts to walk on at Ferrum Jr. College and George Mason, Chris began a long career playing slow pitch softball, organizing and managing several teams over the years. This also included multiple years coaching Special Olympians, once taking a group of special athletes to the Virginia State Special Olympics in Richmond where they finished as runner up! Since his son Jake began playing baseball at age 5, Chris again coached and managed several teams that his son played on. He is cherishing this one final opportunity to coach his son before he leaves to play college baseball this fall. Hopefully Jake enjoys more success at the college level than his old man!
Steve Davis played baseball for Gonzaga College High School in Washington DC from 1992-1995. He went on to play college baseball at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA. For the past 13 years, he has coached youth baseball at the little league, all-star, and travel level throughout the Washington metro area. This is his second season coaching the Ashburn Knights.
Chris Harold played varsity baseball for Briar Woods High School graduating in 2012. He attended Radford University and currently works for UPS. Chris played baseball for the Ashburn Knights and is in his second season as a Knights assistant coach.
Michael Lord played varsity baseball for Briar Woods High School graduating in 2013. He is currently a student at the University of Virginia. This is his first year coaching the Ashburn Knights after two seasons of playing for the team.
Team Manager/Legion Rep
Jim Linn is a Vietnam Veteran and a retired LTC in the US Army Reserve. He is the American Legion Post 2001 Baseball Committee Chair. During the 1960’s, Jim played Varsity Baseball for Overlea Senior High School, Baltimore County, Maryland. Over the years, Jim has coached in various youth sports programs. Jim believes in our youth today and in promoting Americanism and good citizenship.