Get To Know Isaac Lippert
Director of Baseball Operations
Isaac was born in Philadelphia and graduated from Conestoga High School. He went on to play Division 1 Baseball at St. John’s University, and Northeastern University. As a pitcher at Northeastern, Isaac threw 140 innings with a career 4.07 ERA. Isaac tossed 4 6+ inning shutouts, taking a no-hitter into the 7th inning against Rhode Island. He earned the CAA Pitcher of the week when he threw 7 shutout innings against Boston College facing 2 more than the minimum batters. During his time at Northeastern, he played against the Boston Red Sox in spring training 4 times, pitching in 3 games, and scoring the tying run after a pinch-hit appearance in his 4th game.
After studying History and Sports Physiology, Isaac went into education. As a high school history teacher, Isaac taught in 3 Title 1 schools in the Boston and Richmond areas.
Isaac spent two summers coaching with the Harwich Mariners in the Cape Cod Baseball League where he had the chance to coach and learn from over 40 players who would go on to be selected in MLB Draft. With Harwich, Isaac took responsibility for the in-game management of the bullpen, as well as the recovery and conditioning of pitchers on their off days.
After moving to Richmond, Isaac has spent time coaching with the Richmond Braves National Baseball Organization, RISE Baseball, and Hopewell High School baseball. Isaac currently serves as the General Manager/Commissioner of the Piedmont Collegiate Summer league.
In his position as the Director of Baseball Operations, Isaac’s main goal is the organization of the Legacy Park Baseball Academy. He hopes to use all of his experiences as a baseball player, a teacher, and a coach to create a top tier baseball academy.