The Keene State College baseball program has been offering clinics to the Monadnock Region for many years. All high school aged players are given instruction from head coach Ken Howe and his staff as well as some of his current players.
Howe, who was a former Keene High and University of Central Florida baseball player is a strong teacher in the fundamental aspects of baseball. He has been named the Little East Conference coach of the year on four occasions, and was named the New England Collegiate Conference Coach of the year in 1996.
Playing in the Little East Conference, the Owls are one of the top teams in the New England region, receiving an at-large berth to the NCAA regional tournament in 2007, 2010, and 2012 while also capturing the programs first conference championship in 2008 and automatic berth into the NCAA Division III Championship.
Since 2006 the Owls have produced five All-Americans and a national Rawlings Gold Glove winner. Former standout Bobby Doyon '10, a local product of Keene, N.H., was also named to the d3baseball.com All-Decade team for his freshman through junior campaigns. Cody Dube '16 became the highest draft pick in program history when he was selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the 10th round of the 2016 MLB draft.
Coach Ken Howe and the Keene State College baseball program are also very proud to announce the signings of Owl players to elite summer leagues around the country. In the Summer of 2010, the KSC program has been pleased with the success of placing their players in the New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL), the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League (ACBL) and the Atlantic Baseball Confederation Collegiate League (ABCCL).