A fifth year at Indiana Wesleyan University and has been playing baseball there the last three years. He is a utility player and a middle of the lineup hitter. In 2021 he led all of college baseball with 29 doubles while hitting for a .376 average including 10 homers. This past summer he was named an All-Star in the Prospect League with a .379 average and 21 extra base hits. Denver’s life revolves around the game and he enjoys teaching others the knowledge of the game.
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Trinity was a four year varsity starter and two year All-Conference softball player at Glenbard North High School. Along with softball she was a varsity basketball and tennis player, proving to be a 12 sport high school athlete. She earned 2 All-Conference Honorable Mentions, 2 All-Conference Awards, and All-Area Honorable Mention for her fearless and driven mentality at both shortstop and centerfield. As a switch hitter and slapper, Trinity earned 17 homeruns and over 120 hits during her high school career. Trinity started her collegiate career at second base and batting second for the Indiana Wesleyan University Wildcats. As a freshman she played in a total of 60 games and started in 59 of them. She ended the season with a .341 batting average, 43 stolen bases, an on-base-percentage of .500. She brings a broad knowledge of the game with experience fielding at every position. Her passion and enthusiasm motivates athletes to be their best. Over the past few years, she has enjoyed the rewards of coaching and mentoring. Trinity is respected and admired by many young local players who have had the privilege to learn from her.
Coach Loge is from Elkhart, Indiana. She played softball and volleyball at Concord High School. She was a 4-year varsity softball starter with a career batting average of .437 and participated in the 2016 Indiana All-Star North-South Game. She helped her team win two Sectional titles and was named Defensive and Offensive Player of the Year her senior year. Coach Loge continued her softball career at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Besides missing her sophomore year due to injury, Coach Loge started 127 out of 129 games during her tenure. As a freshman she led her team and The Summit League with a .449 batting average against conference opponents and was named All-Summit League First Team. During her junior year, Coach Loge was named All-Horizon League First Team and Horizon League Player of the Week. She was the team’s lead-off hitter and played outfield and 1st base. Coach Loge has a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. She played travel softball for Michiana Mystique for 6 years and went on to coach the 12U and 14U teams for four summers.
Phone: (574) 596-1267
Coach Heygood is originally from Elyria, Ohio. In high school she played softball and volleyball and her softball team won a state championship and she was also crowned Miss Softball. She has lived in Indiana since 2005, when she attended Butler University. Coach Heygood was a 4 year starter for the Butler softball team and majored in elementary education. Coach Heygood has taught and coached in Carmel, Fishers and Zionsville for the past 10 years.
Coach Heygood has been doing private hitting lessons for many years and also coached at Fishers high school.
Coach Boros is originally from Elyria, Ohio. She went to Elyria High School where she played volleyball and softball. She was a 4 year varsity starter for the softball team making it to the final 4 three times and winning state her sophomore year. At the end of her senior year she was named Lorain County Miss Softball. Coach Boros attended Butler University and was a 4 year starter, playing multiple positions. While at Butler she majored in Communication Sciences and Disorders and received her Masters in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Toledo this past May. While home in Ohio the past 2 years Coach Boros was head coach of the Elyria Softball Organization travel team and assistant coach of the Elyria High School 2017 State Championship team. Coach Boros currently is working as a Speech Language Pathologist for Anderson Community Schools.
Phone: (440) 315-1873
Coach Schmidt has over 18 years of coaching experience and 25 year of playing Men's Fast pitch Softball. He is a calssified A pitcher per the ASA classification and a two time Men's State Champion. He is currently the Head Softball Coach at Lutheran High School. While coaching he has finished Runner-up in 2005 & 2006, and State Champion in 2019. His softball pitching knowledge is above and beyond anyone else, as he continues to send pitchers to the Collegeiate level year after year.
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Brent played at Kankakee Community College and went on to continue his career at Eureka College. He continued his schooling and received his Masters Degree in Sports Management from the University of Georgia. He interned for Prep Baseball Report and is now working at Pastime Tournaments where he hosts and coordinates baseball tournaments. He has worked with players of all ages from youth to high school level athletes. His specialty is hitting and infielding.
Phone: (217) 273-1216
Son of former St. Louis Cardinal/Pittsburgh Pirate Jim Reboulet and nephew of former Minnesota Twin/Baltimore Oriole/Kansas City Royal/LA Dodger/Pittsburgh Pirate. Travis played at Hamilton Southeastern High School until 2009. He then continued his career at Vincennes University where he played infield and pitcher. During the 2010 season his team went on to play in the NJCAA World Series. In 2011 he transferred to Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne where he was the starting pitcher in 2012 and the closer in 2013. After his college career he went on to play a season in the Frontier League for the Joliet Slammers as a relief pitcher. His expertise includes hitting, fielding, and pitching.
Coach Burleton played at Lawrence Central High School until 2015 and then went on to play at Marian University as a starting pitcher. He Pitched 301 innings and recorded 265 strikeouts over his 4 years. He earned two first team all conference awards along with Crossroads league pitcher of the year. His sophomore year he led the NAIA in ERA with a 1.17 and received All-American honorable mention.
After college he played professionally with the Evansville Otters and the Joliet Slammers for the 2019 season.
Wes Whisler graduated from Noblesville HS in 2001 and was named Indiana's Mr. Baseball and drafted by the Chicago Cubs. After being one of the most recruited high school players in the country, Wes accepted a baseball scholarship to UCLA. As a freshman he led the PAC 10 in home runs, was named All-PAC 10 and a Freshman All-American. Wes then accepted and invitation to play in the prestigious Cape Cod College Summer League where he made the league all star team and was name Top Prospect in the league by MLB General Managers. Wes continued his career as a first baseman and pitcher at UCLA until he was selected in the second round (52nd overall) in the 2004 MLB Draft by the Chicago White Sox. Wes made his Major League Debut in 2009 with the Chicago White Sox and played with their organization for 9 1/2 seasons, and a half season with the Florida Marlins. Out of Wes's 10 years of professional baseball he spent 6 of them in Triple A. Wes's expertise is hitting, pitching, and fielding.
Phone: (310) 924-7684