John Webb - General Manager
John is the team’s General Manager. Appointed General Manager in 2010, he spent four years as an assistant under Sanford's previous GM, Neil Olson. John was born and raised in Sanford, attended Maine Maritime Academy and Vermont Law School, and is an attorney with the law firm of Nichols, Webb & Loranger, P. A. Upon joining the board of directors, then Chairman Joseph Vitko assigned him to Baseball Operations and he began traveling with Mr. Olson throughout New England to represent the Mainers at the monthly league meetings and other events. John's responsibilities grew from taking notes to actually representing the team during the league meetings and the regular season. John feels that the Town of Sanford gave him a great foundation upon which to build as a young man, and hopes his volunteer service to the town will repay that debt. He is an avid baseball fan, and a proud member of Red Sox Nation.
Becca Lapierre - Business Manager
Sanford native Becca Lapierre will serve as the Business Manager for the Mainers' 2013 season. Following her graduation from Sanford High School in 2007 Becca was the Mainers statistician. She later attended Roger Williams University where she graduated with a degree in Accounting. While studying at Roger Williams she served as the student assistant coach for the women's basketball team between 2008 and her graduation in 2011. Becca currently attends Southern New Hampshire University where she is expected to graduate in September of 2013 with her Masters in Business Administration.
Aaron Izaryk - Manager/Director of Players
Aaron Izaryk returns to lead the Mainers in 2014. With fifth seasons at the helm, Izaryk, a Sanford Mainers and UMaine alum, led the Moose to the NECBL playoffs all four years. Izaryk has sent 26 league all-stars during his four seasons of coaching. He is currently the head coach of the Bridgton Academy Wolverines. Before Bridgton, Izaryk served as pitching coach and catching instructor for the University of Maine, serving five years with the Black Bears. In the summer of 2006, he was an assistant coach of the Keene Swamp Bats of the NECBL. He also served as an assistant coach with the Hyannis Mets of the Cape Cod League in 2007. As a player, Izaryk saw action in 197 career games for UMaine and batted .318, with 207 hits, 134 runs scored and 123 RBIs. In 2005, he earned America East First Team honors for the third time in his career. He was also named to the America East All-Tournament team in addition to being named to the New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association Second Team. As a freshman in 2002, Izaryk was named a Collegiate Baseball /Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American. Izaryk was also named a Second Team Academic All-American, becoming the first Maine baseball player to receive such an honor.