Jordan Basile


Jordan Basile 
# 716-640-7231

Jordan is currently in his first year as the Head Baseball coach at Jamestown Community College. His coaching and playing career spans twenty-five years with coaching experience at the Junior College, Division 1 (University of Buffalo), Division II (Lake Erie College), Division III (Fredonia State), JUCO (Patrick Henry CC), & Professional level.

As Executive Director of the Secrets of Champions Foundation, Basile has worked hands on with Canisius College, University at Buffalo, University of Dayton, University of Alabama, Detroit Tigers, Boston Red Sox, Buffalo Bills, youth summer teams, and numerous professional athletes at the individual level. As a player, Basile is the career record holder for hits and runs scored at Division III, SUNY Fredonia. Basile holds an MBA degree from Lake Erie College, a Bachelor of Science from SUNY Fredonia, and an Integrated Performance Coach certification from the University of Longwood.


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Barry Powell

He has an Associates Degree in Arts and Sciences from PHCC and a Bachelors Degree from Mary Baldwin University in History.  Coach Powell currently teaches Physical Education and Health at George Washington High School in Danville, VA and is the Pitching Coach at Patrick Henry CC.  He has coached for more than 40 years at many different levels.

Coach Powell is originally from the South Boston/Halifax, VA area, where he coached middle school and American Legion baseball.  He has coached at Martinsville high school as well as in the Collegiate Coastal Plains league with the Martinsville Mustangs.  He moved to George Washington High in Danville and was the assistant coach until 2013 when he took over as head coach. In 2017-18 he became the assistant baseball coach for Danville Community College.  Part of his professional experience came from the years that he was a MLB scout for the Philadelphia Phillies, Florida Marlins, and Kansas City Royals.  Coach Powell has had numerous young men to go on to play professional baseball. 




Stay tuned for the 2020 Jamestown Community Baseball roster!