South Riding Virginia 20152
Tony Salgado grew up in Alexandria City, played baseball at the formerly named T.C. Williams High School and then attended George Mason University. Upon completing his playing career, he began teaching kids his love of the game thru coaching. He began his coaching career at Annandale HS, T.C. Williams HS (now named Alexandria City HS) and James Madison HS. In 2003 he joined the coaching staff at St. Paul VI Catholic High School (PVI) and coached for 9 years as a Varsity Assistant, working to develop players at the Catching position. After a break from coaching to start his family, he came back on staff as an Assistant Coach at PVI in 2017, working once again with players at the Catching position. He is now the Junior Varsity Head Coach for PVI.
Coach Salgado has worked with players at a variety of different levels. He has spent numerous summers coaching college players in the Northern Virginia Collegiate League and in the now defunct Clark Griffith Summer Wood Bat League. He has also coached all levels of local youth travel teams in the Northern VA area (7U-18U) and is currently coaching the US Elite VA 9u team. Coach Salgado is also the VA State Director for US Elite Baseball.
In addition to coaching, Coach Salgado has worked as a school-based administrator and educator in both Loudoun and Fairfax Counties for the past 19 years. He currently works with students at South Lakes High School in Reston, VA.
Coach Salgado brings his wide array of experiences as a coach and professional educator to the State Director position in hopes of helping young people develop as both ball players and people. Coach Salgado and his family live in South Riding, VA. He and his wife, Suzie, have three kids: Emma (13), Shane (9), and Luke (7).