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    We play one of the most challenging schedules in the country with unmatched exposure to coaches and scouts.
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    Over 10.9 million dollars in scholarship and grants over 12 years
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Events Calendar

Date       Venue Description Registration
July 23-26, 2015
Louisville Slugger "GOT WOOD" Midwest Championship Tournament, Nash Park, UW Parkside, Carthage College and Simmons Field.


September 25-27 7th Annual Wisconsin Baseball Report Fall Classic Championship, Nash Park



All-Stars Lose in Championship Game

The Wisconsin All-Stars played in Diamond Sports Promotion St. Louis Tournament July 9-12th. The All-Stars played great baseball all weekend long to make it to the Championship game in the U/18 division. The team received great pitching from starters Anthony “Bubba” Laughlin, Brett Bahrs, Nate Santos and Jake Olson. In relief Garret Erfourth, Mitch Berghs and Nate Loomis all pitched well. The team came out swinging in this tournament to win their first game on a run rule 11-1 in 5 innings. In the second game Brett Bahrs again went the distance throwing 7 strong innings to get the win. The All-Stars beat Missouri Tigers 3-1. Brett has been lights out all summer long. To get to the championship game on Sunday the All-Stars played two games in 95 degree heat. The heat index was 110. It was hot. In the Championship game the All-Stars lost to TOP TIER from Chicago area by the score of 6-1. The All-Stars just ran out of gas playing three games in a row. The coaching staff was extremely proud of the team the way they played all weekend long.

All-Stars Lose to New Jersey Elite 2-1

The All-Stars 2015 Barnstorming Tour took them to New Jersey. The team played New Jersey Elite (www.tnjelite.com) U/17 team on June 23rd. New Jersey Elite team is one of the best high school exposure showcase teams in New Jersey. In a 9 inning game using wood bats the All-Stars lost 2-1. Both teams played great defense and also received very good pitching. The All-Stars had many chances to score runs but they left to many runners in scoring position. After the game the All-Stars will continue on there Barnstorming Tour. They will be traveling to Assumption College (NCAA Div II) outside of Boston MA to play Northeast Baseball (www.ne-baseball.com) and then they will go to Pittsburgh PA to play in Atlantic Coast Baseball (www.playacbaseball.com) Cap Classic U/18 Showcase tournament.

All-Stars Play Double Header at Historic Rickwood Field

The Wisconsin All-Stars played a double header at historic Rickwood Field (www.rickwood.com) in Birmingham Alabama on July 2nd. Rickwood Field is the oldest baseball park in America. The park opened up in October 1910. It was home to the Birmingham "White" Barons and the Birmingham "Black" Barons. 112 players who are enshrined at the MLB Hall of Fame have played at historic Rickwood Field. Some of the players are Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Ted Williams, Willie Mays, and Jackie Robinson. The movie "42" was filmed at Rickwood Field.

In the first game the team played Birmingham Pirates (a team made up of college players from Miles College - www.miles.edu) losing 3-2. The All-Stars pitched Anthony Laughlin (3 innings), Nathan Santos (2 innings) and Brett Barhs (2 innings). All three pitchers pitched did a very good job on the hill. The All-Stars just could not muster up enough hits when they had runners in scoring position to pull out the victory.

In the 2nd game the All-Stars played the Birmingham All-Stars. This was a team made up of the very best high school players from the Birmingham area. The game ended in a 4-4 tie after 7 innings of play. In that game the key hits for the All-Stars was a single by Nate Loomis (Beloit HS, 1st Team All-Conference) a double by Sam Zarling (Kettle Moraine Lutheran HS - 1st Team All-Conference) in the 4th inning that got the All-Stars rally going. The next batter was Jake Olson (Fall Creek HS) who walked bringing up Aaron Jaeck (Racine Case HS). Aaron hit a triple off the left field wall scoring three runs. Please check out our photo gallery page for pictures of Historic Rickwood Field.

All-Stars Beat Colorado Rockies Scout Team

The All-Stars played in Diamond Nation (www.diamondnation.com) Super 17 East Coast Showcase tournament in Flemington NJ June 19-21. This is the biggest showcase tournament on the east coast for U/17 teams. There was 68 teams in the tournament that was scouted by 139 college coaches and 17 MLB scouts. In the tournament the All-Stars went 1-2. They lost to the EVOSHIELD Canes U/16 National Baseball Team 6-4 and to the Long Island NY Tigers 6-1. Behind great pitching by Brett Bahrs (Manitowoc Roncalli HS Jets, 1st Team All-Conference Pitcher) the All-Stars beat the Colorado Rockies Scout team by the score of 3-1. In that game Brett pitched a complete game striking out 11 batters, walking one allowing 5 hits and 1 earned run. Brett threw 110 pitches. Brett kept the Rockies scout team at bay by mixing up his speeds effectively and by hitting spots. Brett's fastball was clocked at 84 mph by college coaches at the game. To recruit Brett Bahrs e-mail him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call him at 920-286-0787.

Wisconsin All-Stars 2015 Summer Schedule

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Brady Kais Commits University of Davenport

Brady KaisBrady Kais (Greendale High School, Class of 2015) has committed to playing baseball at the University of Davenport (NAIA) in Grand Rapids Michigan. Currently they are ranked #15 in the nation for NAIA colleges. Brady will be majoring in business and finance. Brady received a baseball and an academic scholarship. Brady played on the Wisconsin All-Stars 2013 and 2014 national fall baseball teams.

Dane Helnore Commits to U.W. Stout

Dane Helnore Dane Helnore from Burlington High School, class of 2015 has committed to U.W. Stout. Dane played on the Wisconsin All-Stars 2014 Fall U/17 National Baseball Team. Dane pitched and played 3rd base. Dane was voted 1st Team All-Conference in 2014 for his high school. The Wisconsin All-Stars coaching staff is very proud of Dane and his accomplishments playing baseball. We wish him nothing but the very best in college.

2015 AllStars Barnstorming tour

The 2015 Wisconsin All-Stars U/17 team (made up of 2016 and 2017 graduates) will be going on an old fashioned barnstorming tour of cities that once had a team play in the Professional Negro Baseball League. The team will be traveling to Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Michigan and Minnesota. The team will play against the best high school exposure showcase teams from those states at college baseball fields. Players on the team will be seen by college coaches from BIG 10, Horizon, Missouri Valley, ACC, Big East, Pioneer League, Ivy League, Conference USA, Mid America, Southeastern, Sun Belt, Big 12 and many more. When traveling the All-Stars travel in there own bus. The bus has a 32 inch TV monitor, DVD player and a great sound system. The 2015 All-Stars will play a challenging schedule, but the pay off is the exposure players on the team will receive. Our players will be scouted by more college coaches than any team in the nation. We want the best baseball players from our state to play on the team. Make sure you register for our 2015 summer and fall national baseball team tryouts. Don't miss out on a summer of fun playing the greatest game on earth............Baseball!

Mike Rufer Commits to Carroll University

Mike Rufer (class of 2015, Brookfield Central) has committed to playing baseball at Carroll University (NCAA Div III). Mike helped Brookfield Central to a WIAA State Summer Baseball Championship. Mike played on the Wisconsin All-Stars 2014 U/17 Fall National Baseball Team.

Connor Fedders Commits to Madison College

Connor Fedders (class of 2015, Union Grove High School) has signed a national letter of intent to play baseball at Madison College in Wisconsin. Madison college is one of the top JUCO college baseball programs in the Mid-West. The team finished in 3rd place in the JUCO College World Series in 2014. Connor is a right handed pitcher that throws his fastball in the mid 80's. He has a excellent curveball and change up that he uses effectively to upset hitters timing. Coach Mike Davenport at Madison College is getting a very good pitcher. Click Here for more information on Madison College baseball.

Connor Moroder Commits to North Dakota

Connor Moroder from Pewaukee High School (class of 2015) has committed to playing baseball at the University of North Dakota. North Dakota is a NCAA Division I baseball program. They play in the Western Athletic Conference. The head baseball coach is Jeff Dodson. Coach Jeff stated that Connor is one of his top recruits. He has Connor slated to play 3rd base. Connor played on the Wisconsin All-Stars 2013 and 2014 fall national U/17 baseball teams.

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