Welcome to Diamond Nation, the Nation’s Premier Baseball and Softball Tournament and Training Complex.
What once started out as the Jack Cust Baseball Academy has now evolved into your true one stop shop for all your baseball and softball needs. Diamond Nation is the parent company to both the Jack Cust Baseball Academy and the Jennie Finch Softball Academy.
Diamond Nation is dedicated to providing top level instruction and facilities for serious players looking to take their game to the next level. We have created an environment that allows you the opportunity to learn and train properly in order to advance your skills and playing abilities.
Our 65-acre campus consists of 250,000 square feet of indoor facilities, 700,000 square feet of turf fields, and the ability to play up to 10 games simultaneously. We have the distinguished honor to bring you not only the Largest Amateur Sports Dome in America, but now the Largest Turf Baseball and Softball Complex in America. Players in the Northeast now have the ability to train and compete year round as those in the warm weather areas of the country have been accustomed to forever.
Our baseball and softball training curriculum is a comprehensive program that deals with specific physical, mechanical, and mental training techniques to better your baseball and softball skills while HealthQuest trains your body through strength, speed and nutrition. All player development is carried out by a truly dedicated trained staff of professional instructors who will help guide you with their knowledge, experiences, and expertise.
The playing field is now level with the instruction and facilities available to you at Diamond Nation!
To provide education, evaluation, development, competition, and exposure to our young athletes under the supervision, experiences, knowledge and direction of our outstanding staff utilizing the finest state-of-the-art facility in the country.
To advance the level of play in each of our students while teaching life lessons through sports that help shape young athletes into productive members of society.