Michigan Sports Academy-Livingston

Livingston County's original indoor baseball and softball training facility.

760 McPherson Park Dr. #103 - Howell, MI 48843
(517) 552-9000

MSA 2017 17u Summer Team

Coaches Karl Kling, Mark Ehgotz 

Coach Kling, owner of MSA-Livingston, has coached at the collegiate level for 13 seasons, the last three as head coach at Cleary University in Howell. In 2016, the Cougars finished 5th at the Small College World Series in New York, in their second season as a program. Kling was the pitching coach at NCAA D2 Saginaw Valley State in 2013 and finished his career at Concordia University in Ann Arbor as the all-time wins leader in his seven seasons. Kling was an assistant at Concordia for two seasons before assuming the reigns in 2004. Kling has also coached at the high school level for seven seasons: Fowlerville High School (head coach 2011, 2012), South Lyon High School (assistant 2000, 2001), and Pontiac Notre Dame Prep (assistant/JV head coach 1997 through 1999).

2017 Roster

Name, High School 

Justin Bell, Howell High School
 
Alex Braid, Hartland High School
 
Gabe Clark, Brighton High School
 
Drew Cortez, Pinckney High School
 
 Ayden Ehgotz, Hartland High School
 
Ethan Hollister, Corunna High School
 
Dalton Knightley, Pinckney High School
 
Brad Miller, South Lyon High School
 
Trevor Schornack, Howell High School
 
Nick Scritchfield, Chelsea High School
 
Hunter Weber, Brighton High School
 
Matt Zawisa, Brighton High School
 
Mitchell Ziebold, Hartland High School

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While competing against the best travel teams in the area we will promote sportsmanship, knowledge of the game, commitment, and good friendships.

It is MSA goal that our efforts will attract the best in youth baseball talent and the most supportive of baseball families.

This team will be tournament only, playing six tournaments throughout the state including several USSSA tournaments and the CABA State Tournament.

We will start indoor practice in late December early January at MSA and continue to work out at MSA until the high school season begins in March. We will resume practices at the completion of the high school season just prior to the start of the tournament schedule.  

Players will receive strength, speed and agility training with professional trainers at Phoenix Athletics, located inside MSA. MSA players can also use the batting cages as much as they want to as it is part of their membership.