Davidsonville Athletic Association is a non-profit organization administered by a volunteer board whose mission is to promote, encourage, direct and operate athletic programs for the children and youth of the Davidsonville area, Anne Arundel County.
If so, then please join us on Thursday, July 12 and Tuesday, July 24 from 5:30-7:30pm at Davidsonville Park for a free football clinic for all eligible athletes! The purpose of the event is to provide an overview on our program through instruction. In doing so, your children will have an opportunity to learn offensive and defensive position-specific drills from our staff, in addition to compete and develop relationships with one another in a fun, organized environment.
All players should wear weather appropriate attire, in addition to bringing their own cleats, mouth piece and water.
Please forward this invitation to your friends! We look forward to seeing you there!
Eligibility disclaimer: All 12- and 13-year old players are eligible to participate. All players turning 14, but not yet in high school, are eligible to participate. All players turning 15 before December 31, 2018 are ineligible to participate.
DAA held annual open tryouts for our travel soccer program to form teams for the Fall-Spring 2018/2019 season. Our initial set of tryouts for the 2018/19 season are complete. The following DAA Travel Soccer teams are looking for additional players to round out their teams:
to schedule an evaluation or if you have any questions.
Gator football is excited to announce that we are actively seeking players for our 13u County team. We strongly encourage those who are interested to please sign up as soon as possible. Our new head coach would like to get aquatinted with his players with a few fun workouts prior to the season so please don't delay in signing up.Click here to register.
Coach Lance will be available with his staff to meet any player that is interested in playing 13Uthis Fridayunder the green pavilion at Davidsonville Park. Please share this information with anybody who might be interested in playing.
This is Coach Baird’s first year as head coach for the 13U Davidsonville Gators. Prior to joining the team, he served as the varsity special teams coordinator and offensive line coach at St. Mary’s High School for five seasons, winning the MIAA B championship in 2017. He’s also coached at Franklin & Marshall College (Lancaster, PA), J.P. McCaskey High School (Lancaster, PA) and Annapolis High School. He is extremely proud to have coached at least one all-league player in each of his ten seasons, enabling dozens of student-athletes to continue their academic and athletic pursuits in college.
Baird played four years of football at Princeton University, where he earned second-team, All-Ivy honors as an offensive tackle his senior year. In 2002, he was awarded the Charles W. Caldwell Memorial Trophy, a recognition given annually to one senior member of the Princeton varsity football squad who has shown the greatest improvement over a four-year career.
A resident of Edgewater, Baird is married to his wife, Jamie, of four years and father of two beautiful baby girls. When he’s not coaching football, he works as the founder of Baird Consulting, a sales and marketing consultancy for industrial manufacturing companies.
Dr. Jon Michie will be our running backs and kicking coach. Jon is the owner of Michie Whole Health chiropractic in Annapolis and is a certified chiropractic sports physician and exercise physiologist. Coach Michie will not only focus on the fundamentals of football but also educate players about proper nutrition, stretching techniques, overall health and well-being to optimize performance and recovery.
John Crowder will be serving as the quarterbacks and linebacker coach. A former commissioned naval officer, Coach Crowder has experience coaching at Marshall University, the University of Maryland, the United States Naval Academy and St. Mary’s High School.
Please go to www.daagators.org and click on the red "Register Now" button on the homepage or click here. Please register early to avoid being wait listed or having to pay late fees. For County, it also allows us to prepare for formal submission of teams that are due in early August.
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