WISCONSIN ALL-STARS BASEBALL
2011 Wisconsin All-Stars Summer and Fall National Team Recap
Through one of the most challenging schedules in the country the Wisconsin All-Stars have earned a
solid reputation and are the team to see for college coaches and professional scouts; bringing
unmatched exposure for its players.
The Wisconsin All-Stars Baseball Club is dedicated to promoting education, personal growth,
sportsmanship, leadership and citizenship. Thus our organization is more than just baseball and our
players and coaches are accountable for placing the highest value on people and integrity.
We also take a lot of pride that “CHEESEHEADS” can play baseball at a high level. Here is a recap of our
100 of the TOP WISCONSIN HIGH SCHOOL Baseball players attended our 2011 tryouts at Carroll
University in March.
38 players were selected to play on our 2011 summer and fall U/18 national club teams.
17 players from our 2010 team received a baseball and/or academic scholarship.
Jared Dettman who played on our 2009-10 team was drafted by the Minnesota Twins.
Kyle Cody (2011 summer team) from Chippewa Falls McDonald High School and Craig Nennig
(2011 fall team) are receiving national attention. Both are being heavily recruited by DI baseball
programs. Kyle is the TOP RANKED pitcher in our state and Craig Nennig is the TOP RANKED
These players received All-State Honors:
Elisha Roundtree – 1st Team All-State
Craig Nennig – 2nd Team All-State
Tony Schultz – 2nd Team All-State (summer)
Justin Jaquish – 2nd Team All-State
Lucas Schultz – 2nd Team All-State (summer)
Nate Schmidt – 2nd Team All-State
Brett Vavra – 3rd Team All-State
Clark Eagan – Honorable Mention All-State
Eric Keenan – Honorable Mention All-State
Johnny Eagan – Honorable Mention All-State
These players made All-State Academic Team
Tony Schultz was named “DISTRICT 7 PLAYER of the YEAR”
These players received CONFERENCE PLAYER of the YEAR HONORS”
Nate Schmidt – Trailways South Conference
Elisha Roundtree – Milwaukee City Conference
Craig Nennig – Olympian Conference
Aaron Roth – was CO-CONFERENCE PLAYER of the YEAR in the Rock Valley South
Tony Schultz – was named Dairyland CONFERENCE PLAYER of the YEAR and he also was named
to the District All-Academic Team.
These players were named to All-District Teams:
District I (Northwest)
Mitch Lavelle – 1st Team
Justin Jaquish – 1st Team
Brett Vavra – 1st Team
Grant Piekert – 2nd Team
Sam Hurt – Honorable Mention
District II (North Central)
Eric Keenan – 1st Team
Taylor Reinhardt - Honorable Mention. Taylor also
made All-District Academic Team.
District III (West Central)
Nate Schmidt – 1st Team
Johnny Eagan – 1st Team
Zach Wiehert – 2nd Team
Wes Halverson – Honorable Mention. Wes also
made All-District Academic Team.
District IV (North East)
Craig Nennig – 1st Team
Clark Eagan – 1st Team
Grant Yost – Honorable Mention. Grant also made All-District Academic Team.
District V (South Central)
Carson Carmody – 2nd Team
Brad Rassmussen – Honorable Mention
Tyler Oren – Honorable Mention. Tyler also made All-District Academic Team.
District VI (South East)
Elisha Roundtree – 1st Team
District VII (Summer)
Tony Schultz – 1st Team
Lucas Schultz – 1st Team
Tony Gonring – 2nd Team
31 players were named to 1st or 2nd Team All-
Mitch Lavelle was named American Legion State Tournament MVP.
Mitch Lavelle, Mac Walsh and Kyle Cody played for Post 77 American
Legion Team. They won the State American Legion Tournament and represented Wisconsin in
the national tournament.
Carson Carmody was ranked the TOP CATCHING prospect in our state, class of 2014 by
Wisconsin Baseball Report www.wisconsinbaseballreport.com
Kyle Cody was ranked TOP PITCHING PROSPECT in our state by Wisconsin Baseball Report.
Craig Nennig was ranked the TOP MIDDLE INFIELDER in our state by Wisconsin Baseball Report.
Johnny Markwiese was ranked the TOP MIDDLE INFIELDER, Class of 2013 by Wisconsin Baseball
Report. Grant Piekert was second and Sam Hurt was ranked third best middle infielder class of
Troy Kenkel and Nate Van Ells from our fall team pitched a NO-HITTER against Pro Player U/18
team at the Lewis University Showcase in Illinois.
All of the Wisconsin All-Stars participated in Wisconsin High School TOP PROSPECT Showcase at
Pohlman Field, Home of the Beloit Snappers Minnesota Twins “A” Minor League Team.
Our summer team played in national tournaments and college showcase events in Wisconsin,
Nebraska, Indiana, Ohio and South Carolina. The Wisconsin All-Stars summer team played
against teams from Arkansas, Canada, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Michigan, New York,
New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas and South Carolina. Our fall team played in
New York, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin. The fall team played against teams from out
east in New York Elite Baseball “Best of the Best” East Coast Showcase Tournament and also
teams from Indiana, Iowa, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Canada and Wisconsin.
During our fall team east coast trip we always stop at Niagara Falls in New York and the MLB Hall
of Fame in Cooperstown New York. We also stop at TED’S HOTDOD STAND in Buffalo New York
(voted 10 best places to get a hotdog in the United States by the food channel) and this year we
stopped at DUFF’S World Famous Wings Restaurant also in Buffalo. Duff’s is the original Buffalo
Wild Wings Restaurant.
Our summer team went to the USAF Museum in Dayton Ohio and we also saw many civil war
sites when we were in Charleston South Carolina as well as a trip to the beach to cap off our
Our summer and fall teams are very proactive in the recruiting process by inviting college
coaches to come watch the team play. We were scouted by over 100 college coaches from all
divisions (NCAA I, II, III, NAIA and JUCO).
TO BE CONSIDERTED THE BEST, YOU HAVE TO PLAY FOR THE BEST. The objective of the
Wisconsin All-Stars is to PROMOTE, MARKET and DEVELOP the BEST high school baseball players
in our state by participating in national tournaments, college camps, clinics and showcase
events. We want the very best high school baseball players to play on our 2012 Summer and Fall
National Club Teams. If you have the DESIRE and ABILITY to play at the next level then all you
need is to get EXPOSURE. College coaches can’t recruit you if they do not know who you are. If
you are a high school player class of 2013, 2014 or 2015 that is interested in trying out for our
2012 teams make sure you attend our TRYOUTS. Download our tryout form found at our
website www.wisconsinallstarsbaseball.com , fill it out and mail it back ASAP. Our tryouts are
limited to the first 100 players that sign up.
If you want any additional information on the Wisconsin All-Stars go to our website or e-mail us
at email@example.com You can also call 414-423-1447.
Yours in Baseball,
Wisconsin All-Stars General Manager
“More Exposure. More Fun. More Scholarships”