Berg Ohanian | Lifecoach - Mentor - Recruitment Director

Berg is the Principal & Founder of Time to Sign Sports Inc. and has over 25 years of experience in athletics – including baseball and soccer. He developed and furthered his athletic career playing semi professional soccer on the National Level for over ten years. Berg has coached baseball at all youth levels – and most recently was the assistant varsity coach at the highly acclaimed North Broward Preparatory High School in Florida.

Devoted to youth baseball, Berg also was Vice President of the Cliffside Park Baseball Program in New Jersey and helped oversee 250 Baseball and Softball Players. Prior to moving to Florida, Berg owned a luxury consumer products company servicing customers nationwide for nearly 20 years.

For over a decade Berg has been instrumental in helping student-athletes at the national level achieve their dream of playing ball with the top college baseball programs in the country. His incredible network and strong relationships with hundreds of college coaches across the country serves Time to Sign’s student-athletes and their families exceptionally well.

Sarkis Ohanian | Baseball Coach

  • Professional player in the Cincinnati Reds organization (5 Seasons)
  • Drafted in the 9th round (No. 265 overall) of the 2015 MLB Draft
  • Overall in pro career amassed 100.2 innings and 159 strikeouts
  • Selected to the Reds All Organizational Minor League Team as a Pitcher
  • Graduated from Duke University in 2015 with a Sociology Degree and a Certificate in Markets and Management
  • One of Duke’s top relief pitchers in his senior year made 25 appearances, all in relief, and registered a 4-1 record
  • Posted career bests in ERA (1.97), innings pitched (45.2), strikeouts (62) and walks allowed (11) - Averaged 12.22 strikeouts per nine innings
  • Turned in a 5.64 strikeout-to-walk ratio. Did not issue a walk over his first 12 appearances
  • One of only three pitchers in the ACC with over 40 innings and an ERA under 2.00 (1.97)
  • Cape Cod League All-Star Summer of 2013, made 10 appearances with the Hyannis Harbor Hawks. Did not allow a run in 14.1 innings of work, striking out 13 representing the West Squad

Joe Clemente | Baseball Coach
Joe is in his 20th year of his coaching and training career. He has helped hundreds of players fulfill their dream of playing College baseball and has helped many make it to the major leagues.       

  • 20+ years of baseball coaching and training experience
  • Played high school baseball at Don Bosco Prep High School & Elizabeth High School
  • Two Time, Two Sport All State Selection
  • Street & Smith 2 Sport All-American
  • Selected as the Governor Cup Winner for the State of New Jersey
  • Played college baseball at Mississippi State & University of Maryland College Park
  • Inducted into Terrapin Sports Award Club (HOF) of Maryland University
  • Played professional baseball for the Detroit Tigers Organization
  • Played professional Independent Baseball For Bend, OR, Jasper, IN and Kalamazoo, MI
  • Managed the Pro Team in Codogno, Italy in 2000
  • Won the Italian World Series, was the youngest manager to ever win the covenant prize

Ian Luberti | Baseball Coach

  • 4-year Letter winner at Northampton Area High School
  • 2016 Time to Sign Alumni
  • Moravian College Catcher (2016-2020)
  • 2020 Graduate of Moravian College (Bethlehem, Pa)
  • GAINS Training Hitting & Catching Specialist
  • Majored in Sports Management minors in Communication and Religion
  • Been on Time to Sign Staff Sports since summer of 2018

Scott Muscat | Baseball Coach

Former STAC Spartans Head Baseball Coach for 20 years. In 2000 he took over a struggling NAIA program and helped to reclassify as an NCAA DII member. Under his leadership the Spartans have qualified for the conference tournament in 14 of 16 NCAA seasons while compiling a 240-152 conference record. Over the past seven seasons STAC has risen to the top of the East Region, compiling 261 victories during that span, notching seven consecutive 30+ win seasons and winning seven consecutive ECC Regular Season or Tournament Championships. In 2014 the Spartans won the NCAA East Region Championship and earned a trip to the NCAA DII National Championship in Cary, N.C. In 2015 STAC barely missed repeating as the NCAA East Champion, losing in the championship game. In 2017 they accomplished the feat again, going 44-17 and winning the East Region Championship, advancing to the National Championship in Grand Prairie, Texas, finishing #3, one game shy of the national championship game. In 2018 the Spartans had a pre-season ranking of #3 in the nation (CBN), going 39-15, finishing #17 in the nation (NCBWA) and winning both the ECC Regular Season & the ECC Tournament, but losing in the East Region Championship game.

The Spartan offense has routinely been the top hitting and base stealing team in the ECC, with five ECC team-batting titles and 1086 stolen bases over the past eight seasons. The Spartan pitchers have recently began to be a force to recon with, finishing in the top in the nation in E.R.A. for the last two seasons. In 2017 Muscat notched his 400th career NCAA victory (16 seasons) and currently has 467 wins. He has been honored as the NYCAC Coach of the Year, 4x ECC Coach of the Year, 2x East Region Coach of the Year (NCBWA) and the 2014 & 2017 ABCA East Region Coach of the Year. During Muscat’s tenure 8 players have been named All-American and 21 Spartans have gone on to play professionally (affiliate and independent). In 2011 he played an active role in helping to secure Provident Bank Park (newly named Palisades Credit Union Park) as the Spartan’s new home field. Under his leadership STAC players have played an active role in the community, serving in the Touching Bases baseball league for adults with disabilities, the Hope Academy in Nyack (for disadvantaged kids), Rockland BOCES Family Resource Center, Soup Angels and offering free player and coaches clinics to the local Little League affiliates. In 2015 STAC Baseball was selected as one of twenty-two national finalists for the NCAA DII Award of Excellence for community service. In 2016 the team was honored as the recipient of the East Coast Conference Community Engagement Award of Excellence. The baseball team has been instrumental in helping the STAC Athletic Department win eight consecutive East Coast Conference Community Cups for the highest number of community service hours.

Before assuming his coaching duties Muscat had a stellar playing career. As a prep star pitcher in North Carolina he amassed over 300 strikeouts, a 25-3 win/loss slate, 9-0 post-season mark, and two post-season no-hitters while leading Western Guilford H.S. to a 44-8 record (12-0 post-season) and two consecutive North Carolina State Championships. As a team captain and two-way player at UNC Charlotte he set the single game strikeout record of 16 Ks and hit .298 with 298 at-bats as an outfielder. Selected in the 18th round of the 1989 draft, he pitched two seasons in the Milwaukee Brewers minor league system until a second shoulder surgery ended his professional career.

Born in West Covina, California and raised in Greensboro, N.C., Muscat received his B.A. in Economics from UNC Charlotte ('90) and a Masters in Secondary Education from St. Thomas Aquinas ('02). He also works as a history teacher. He and his wife, former Kelly Adamson and sons Tyler (16), Cameron (14), and Mason (11) reside in New City, NY.

Anthony Calise | Baseball Coach

Anthony Calise comes to us with a plethora of playing as well as coaching experience. Anthony was a three-year Varsity Baseball Player at Pearl River High School. He shined as a pitcher, but when he was not on the mound, he played all around the infield. In his three-year tenure, he earned many awards, including League MVP, First Team All Section, as well as PRHS Player of the Year.

Anthony then went on to play Division 1 baseball at Fairleigh Dickinson University. At Fairleigh Dickinson, Anthony was a relief pitcher. Anthony helped lead the team to two Northeast Conference Playoff appearances and he currently holds the record for Most Appearances in school history.

Anthony has served as a youth baseball coach for many years, coaching players from 8 years old through 18 years old. He was the Owner of the Hudson Valley Aces, as well as a coach for The Rockland Rampage, and The Generals. He provides players of all ages with private hitting, pitching, as well as fielding lessons.

Isaias Quiroz | Baseball Coach

  • Saint Joseph regional graduate
  • Drafted out of highschool in the 20th round by the Texas Rangers
  • 6 years of pro ball experience
  • Highest level played High A
  • Currently signed with the Sussex County Minors
  • Catching & Hitting Specialist

Justin Valdespina | Baseball Coach

High School​ - ​Captained ​Garfield HS​ team that earned a state championship appearance, where he posted a 20-4 record with a 1.60 ERA. Batted .420 his senior year and named Team MVP. Made First Team All-League and All-County Honorable Mention his senior year.

College​ - Attended Southern New Hampshire University from 2013-2016. In two seasons he fanned 116 hitters in 107 innings while pitching to a 3.20 ERA. In 2016, Justin went 10-3 with a 2.89 ERA in 81 innings and punching out 91.

Professional -​ Drafted 15th round by the ​Colorado Rockies ​ in the 2016 MLB draft as a pitcher. Played for the ​Rockies ​ organization for three seasons. Played the 2019 season with the ​Rockland Boulders.

PAUL ARTALE | PT, OCS

Paul Artale received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Rochester with a concentration in Biology and Psychology in 1995. He then went on to graduate from the physical therapy program at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, NY and has been a licensed physical therapist since November 1999.

After graduating, Paul worked for 5 years at Helen Hayes Hospital in West Haverstraw, NY as both an inpatient and outpatient physical therapist. He left in 2004 to take a position as a center manager for a Kessler outpatient facility in Montvale, NJ before moving on to a privately owned practice in New Milford. During this time, Paul served as adjunct faculty at Mercy College, teaching Kinesiology and guest lecturing on various orthopedic topics including spinal manipulation.

Paul opened Glen Rock Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation in February of 2009 and in January of 2020, he opened Waldwick Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation.

Professionally, Paul has attended over 35 continuing education courses and is trained in Active Release Techniques (ART), Myofascial Release (MFR), Mulligan Mobilization with Movement (MWM), the McKenzie Approach and manipulation of both the spine and extremities. He has recently completed several courses in dance rehabilitation and is a member of the International Association of Dance Medicine & Science. Paul is recognized as an Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS) through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS) and is a Certified FMS professional. He is passionate about his profession and over the past 2 years actively served as part of a Dry Needling Task Force to introduce legislation to change the physical therapy practice act to allow for Trigger Point Dry Needling in the state of New Jersey. When he is not working, Paul enjoys spending time with his wife, Stacey, two daughters, Angelina and Julianna, both of which are competitive dancers, and two dogs, Fetch and Tallie. He is an avid softball player, skier and musician, playing the drums since he was in the fourth grade.

Mike Santory | Strength and Conditioning Coach

  • Former Strength & Conditioning Coach for Nyack College
  • Experience with Division 2 Athletes in Baseball, Basketball, Track and Soccer
  • Certified Yoga Instructor
  • Expert in Athletic movement and stretching
  • Retired Law Enforcement Officer with experience at the Federal and State level
  • Depth of knowledge of Self Defense Techniques.
  • 2nd Degree Black Belt in Kung Fu.