I thought the tryouts went well, the format was good. I thought Dave from NCSA was very informative and I learned some interesting information. There were definitely things I did not know or would not have thought of, so that was very helpful.
Michelle Roth (son Aaron attended tryouts on 2/10/13)
I thought the NCSA seminar was incredibly helpful. The most important things I brought away from the seminar were to never ignore or rule out a school that contacts me and also how successful I could be going the DII, DIII, or JUCO route rather than just Division 1.
Jonah Meidl (Attended 2013 WI All-Stars tryouts at Marquette University H.S.)
I thought the tryouts went well and was very good in terms of helping players and parents understand the process involved in getting recruited and hopefully securing some financial aid as well. It is always helpful to have other adults (besides parents) carry forward the message that it takes hard work and effort to make things happen and reach our goals. David Carl from NCSA and you did a great job presenting the information and the content of the information was excellent. Thanks for putting it together.
Bob Meidl (father of Jonah Meidl who attended tryouts on 2/10/13)
Parents of Garett Phillips (Played on 2012 Summer Wisconsin All-Stars U/17 National Baseball Team)
2012 U/17 Wisconsin All-Stars Fall National Baseball Team
Tom and Jean Pierick
Parents of Nic Pierick, Highland High School 2013
So from the bottom of my heart, and Derek's, we thank you very much. God bless you and all involved...
and if good Lord willing that Derek gets his dream of MLB....he will not forget where it started...pay backs can also be wonderful.
Proud mother of Derek Marquardt
Wayne K. Jeske (Matthew Rychtik's grandfather). Matthew attended our 2012 Wisconsin All-Stars TOP PROSPECT Exposure Showcase on 3/25/12 at Greendale Martin Luther HS
"Thanks coaches for all you do to promote high school baseball in Wisconsin. I had a great time playing for the All-Stars. It was so much fun. My parents and I thank you very much."
Jordan Hass, Class of 2014 Pewaukee High School. (Jordan was voted by ESPN Baseball as one of the TOP 20 HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL PROSPECTS in our state.)
"Because of the exposure I have received playing for the Wisconsin All-Stars I have accepted a scholarship to play baseball at Northwest Missouri State. My dad and I thank you very much coaches for all your efforts in helping me out to get a scholarship."
Nate Van Ells, 2011 Wisconsin All-Stars Fall National Team.
"Blake received NAIA baseball maximum for 4 years guaranteed. We thank you and the organization for your help in Blake obtaining these scholarships. Best of luck with the All-Stars in the future."
Pat Correll, Dad of Blake Correll. (Blake played on our 2009, 2010 and 2011 Wisconsin All-Stars national fall team. Blake was voted one of the TOP 20 Wisconsin High School Baseball Prospects in our state by ESPN Baseball for 2012. Blake attends St. Thomas More HS).
Our son Troy had a great experience playing with the Wisconsin All-Stars. The coaches were very dedicated and supportive of the players' development, while also keeping it fun. Clearly, the Wisconsin All-Stars program has had a positive impact on our son's future with college baseball.
Jeff & Lynn Kenkel, Parents of Troy Kenkel 2011 Wisconsin All-Stars National Fall Team.
"I had a lot of fun playing for the Wisconsin All-Stars this fall. I am looking forward to playing for the team next year. It was a great experience. Going to New York and the Baseball Hall of Fame was a trip of a lifetime.
Patrick Rankin, Rice Lake High School, Class of 2013
"I really enjoyed scouting your team this past weekend. The player profile book you pass out to college coaches contains a lot of information on your players. I also like your website. I will be following up with the players we are interested in recruiting shortly."
Mike Schultz – Assistant Baseball Coach and Recruiting Coordinator Roosevelt University
430 So. Michigan Avenue Chicago, IL 60605
"Thanks again Mike for call to Dakota Wesleyan and giving us advise on what to do. Luke got a great scholarship. They are going to pay for 75% of his school for 4 years. I just don’t think we could have done it without you".
Randy Schultz (Dad of Lucas Schultz, West Salem HS, Class of 2012)
Wisconsin All-Stars Coaching Staff: "We just wanted to thank you for giving Josh the opportunity to play on the Wisconsin All-Stars this fall. We know that the coaching staff has put a lot of time in recruiting players, organizing tryouts and coaching the team. We appreciate all that you have done to provide Josh with the experience that I am sure he will never forget. He got to play on a great team and made some new friends in the process. He also had the opportunity, as did we, to see many great schools and play at college baseball fields. Again, thanks for the opportunities Josh has had and for promoting high school baseball in Wisconsin and for helping players to get the chance to play at the next level."
Mike & Keri Ruppel (Parents of Joshua Ruppel, 2011 Fall Wisconsin All-Stars)
"I really had so much fun playing for the Wisconsin All-Stars. It was a great experience playing against some of the best high school travel teams from throughout the Midwest. The trip to Charleston South Carolina to play in the CABA Wood Bat U/18 World Series was awesome. I am getting a lot of college coaches contacting me. The exposure I received playing on the team will help me to get a scholarship for sure."
Adam Ryan (2011 Wisconsin All-Stars Summer and Fall Team)
"I had the opportunity to play for the Wisconsin All-Stars the past two years. I had alot of fun traveling and playing against some of the best high school travel club teams in the country. I really enjoyed going to New York last year when we won the New York Best of the Best East Coast Showcase. I also enjoyed going to the MLB Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. The coaching staff cares about each player on the team. They work very hard in making sure players on the team go on to play college baseball some where on a baseball or academic scholarship. They are also very good coaches. I highly recommend any high school baseball player in our state that wants to play at the next level to play for the All-Stars."
Aaron Roth (Played for 2010 & 2011 Fall Teams)
"I had a lot of fun playing for the All-Stars. It was a great experience. The exposure was awesome. I have decided to go to Wisconsin Lutheran College to play football and baseball."
Brett Youngbeck (1st Team All-Conference Brown Deer HS; Played on Wisconsin All-Stars 2010 Fall National Club Team)
We've sent out info to the players on the 2011 Wisconsin All-Stars teams and have already got about 10 questionaires back. THANKS!!! This really helps our recruiting, especially when we can't see these players in person many times until this summer.
Coach Pat Dolan (St. Cloud State University--Baseball Head Coach)
Coach Buelow, Coach Cool and Coach Jeffrey,
I appreciate all of your help in the recruiting process. I had a great time playing for the Wisconsin All-Stars. It was a great experience. I had a lot of fun. I have decided to play baseball at Beloit College. I have received $37,000 in academic scholarships out of a total of $44,000 yearly tuition.
Geoff Wisailowski (Played on 2010 Wisconsin All-Stars Team)
"The camp was great. The recruiting seminar was very informative and helpful. I learned to be proactive in the recruiting process.
Justin Panka (Attended Wisconsin All-Stars 2011 Tryout Showcase Exposure Camp)
"The camp was great and the fee was very reasonable. The recruiting seminar was very helpful. We will recommend the camp to other players we know."
Mickey Morgan and his Dad Mike (Mickey attended Wisconsin All-Stars 2011 Tryout Showcase Exposure Camp)
"I really liked the recruiting seminar. The information was very helpful. The most important thing I learned is that you can still get money from D3 schools even though they can't give out athletic scholarships. Great camp, keep up the good work."
Greg Hintz (Attended 2011 Wisconsin All-Stars Tryout Showcase Camp)
I enjoyed your showcase camp. The registration fee was VERY reasonable compared to other showcases such as Perfect Game and Demarini Top 96
Tanner Reklaitis (Attended 2011 Wisconsin All-Stars Tryout Showcase Camp)
"Ryan will be playing college baseball at Madison (MATC) College next year. Ryan really enjoyed playing for the All-Stars. It was a great experience and he had a lot of fun."
John McShane (Father of Ryan McShane, 2009 WI All-Stars)
"I have received a lot of exposure playing for the Wisconsin All-Stars. I have a lot of college coaches contacting me."
Brett Vavra (2010 Wisconsin All-Stars, Chippewa Falls HS)
"I would like to thank Coach Buelow and Coach Cool for the opportunity to play on the Wisconsin All Stars 2009 fall team. I enjoyed playing for the All-Stars. It was a great experience getting to play against some good competition out East and throughout the Midwest. The visit to the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown NY was awesome! The coaches were a huge asset to me in the recruiting process. I learned so much through the All-Stars program, which led to offers from numerous colleges and eventually my commitment to University of Connecticut. Thanks for all of your help in the recruiting process."
Jared Dettmann (Wisconsin All-Stars 2009)
"Playing for the Wisconsin All-Stars was an experience of a life time. I have many great memories which I will never forget, especially winning the tournament in NY!
Zachary Weihert (2009-10 Wisconsin All-Stars, 1st Team All-Conference Pardeeville HS)
"Having our son play for the Wisconsin All-Stars was the best decision we ever made! Mike Buelow's effort in finding a college for our son to play for was relentless. We look forward to having our younger son play for Mike, too!"
Rick and Sara Schultz (Parents of Tony Schultz, 2009-10 Wisconsin All-Stars)
"Not only did I have a great experience playing for the Wisconsin All-Stars, but the high level of competition that I played against made me a better player. Something that I would not have seen by playing on my High School team.
Tony Schultz, (2010 Wisconsin All-Stars, West Salem High School, 1st Team All-Conference, 1st Team All-District and 2nd Team All-State Catcher)
"Coach Mike Buelow went above and beyond to help my son experience, and realize what is out there for baseball beyond high school. Thank-You for all your hard work, compassion, desire, and commitment. To play with the All-Star team was truly an inspirational experience for my son and our family. Thanks Again! "
Misty Krug, (Mother of Taylor Reinhardt, 2010 Wisconsin All-Stars)
"Coaching the 2010 Wisconsin All Stars with Mike Buelow and Terry Cool was one of the best experiences I have had as a high school coach. The kids were extremely talented and motivated. They were of high character and had great attitudes. I have no doubt that any of the players who want to play in college will have a chance to do so because of the exposure they received in front of college coaches. The schedule was demanding as we played a lot of outstanding teams and that made for a great learning experience. We had a lot of fun times as a team. On the East Coast trip we saw Niagra Falls, ate at Ted's Hot Dogs (world famous) in Buffalo, visited (and practiced there) Cooperstown and the Baseball Hall Of Fame, visited Newport, Rhode Island, and had a chance to play on Vassar College's (Ivy League) outstanding field. Throughout the season we played on some nice college and minor league fields. I am already looking forward to coaching next year's team".
Coach Chuck Jeffrey (2010 Wisconsin All-Stars Coach & Assistant Varsity Baseball Rice Lake High School)
"Playing for the All-Stars is an unforgettable experience. The coaching staff does a great job getting you exposed to college coaches."
Taylor Reinhardt (2010 Wisconsin All-Stars, Medford High School)
"The Wisconsin All-Stars Baseball team was a great opportunity for me. I got to know a great bunch of players from across the state, and played some high quality competition. It gave me a chance to travel to new places to play baseball, which gave me alot of exposure to college coaches. The New York and Rhode Island trip was a blast and gave me a chance to see if I could handle life as a college baseball player. As a result of all the exposure I was contacted by over 40 baseball programs and it helped me land a scholarship to a D-1 college."
Justin Jaquish (2010 Wisconsin All-Stars, 1st Team All-Conference. 2nd Team All-State Chippewa Falls High School)
"Playing on the Wisconsin All-Stars team gave me unlimited opportunities to showcase my baseball skills in front of coaches every time I played. Many coaches have recruited me as a direct result of playing on this team. Coach Mike Buelow went out of his way to organize quality events and get his players noticed. It has been an awesome experience in every way!"
Gunnar Smith (2010 Wisconsin All-Stars Fall Team, 1st Team All-Conference Wisconsin Rapids HS, Class of 2011)
"I was offered a 2/3 scholarship by Valparaiso University in Indiana. Valpo is a division I college and they play in the Horizon League. They offered me a $25,000 package, 11,500 academic and 12,500 athletic. $96,000 over four years. WOW! Playing for the All-Stars was so much fun. It was an outstanding experience. Thank you for everything."
Mike Jacobs (2008 Wisconsin All-Stars, Beloit Turner)
"The last two years playing for the Wisconsin All-Stars has been a lot of fun and a great opportunity to play more baseball. The coaches have been great and I was able to compete against top players each and every weekend and work on improving my game. I am glad I had a chance to play with the All-Stars and encourage anyone serious about playing baseball at the next level to jump at that opportunity."
Blake Correll (2009-10 Wisconsin All-Stars, St. Thomas More HS)
" My son Blake has played for the Wisconsin All-Stars Fall U-18 team for the past two years. He enjoyed the whole experience beginning with the New York trip each year and looked forward to every baseball weekend. He has developed friendships with players from around the state that he has been able to play with and looks forward to continuing those relationships in college. The All-stars have done a great job opening doors to college baseball for my son and helping us through that very important
Tracy L. Wisialowski (Mother of Geoffrey Wisialowski, 2010 Wisconsin All-Stars)
"I had a lot of fun playing for the All-Stars. It was a great experience. Thanks for all your help contacting college coaches on my behalf. I have given by verbal commitment to going to Iowa Central Community College."
Travis Kliest (2009 All-Stars, Highland High School)
"Our son Wes had a great time playing for the All-Stars. It was a great experience playing in front of college coaches. We also learned a lot about the recruiting process from Mike Buelow and NCSA (National Collegiate Scouting Association). We signed up Wes for NCSA program. He was contacted by over 60 college coaches. We highly recommend the All-Stars program and NCSA to any high school baseball player that desires to play college baseball."
Parents of Wes Peterson (2009 Wisconsin All-Stars, Barneveld High School)
"I played on the 2010 Wisconsin All-Stars Fall Baseball team. It was a great time and lots of fun! We played in showcase tournament games in August, September and October which allowed for great exposure to the world of baseball for all the players and a wonderful opportunity for me. It opened lots of doors for me that I feel would have never happened without being a member of the team. It also gave me the opportunity to showcase by baseball skills and abilities for college baseball scouts. We played a lot of baseball, however we also had a lot of fun. One highlight was playing some baseball tournament games in New York and Rhode Island, as well as visiting the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY. We won the championship in New York and gained valuable experience in Rhode Island playing against some very good baseball teams. Another advantage of playing for the Wisconsin All-Stars is Coach Buelow puts together a profile handbook that is priceless when it comes to recruiting. He also has numerous contacts in the world of baseball, which is also an advantage. The more exposure a player has, the more opportunities he will gain. The coaching staff was amazing and always encouraged our team, win or lose. life decision of choosing the right school for him."
Pat Correll (Father of Blake Correll, 2010 Wisconsin All-Stars)
I want to thank you for all your help in contacting college coaches on by behalf. I really had a great time playing for the All-Stars. The exposure was great. I have committed to UW-Whitewater. Coach Perchinsky saw the team play in Madison and that's when he started to recruit me. Thanks once again for all you do.
Casey Plemon (2009 Wisconsin All-Stars, 2nd Team All-State, Park Falls HS)
"Thanks for selecting Brandon to play for the All-Stars this past summer. Brandon will be attending U.W. Stout. They are giving him an opportunity to pitch and to play outfield as well. Thanks for all you do. The Wisconsin Baseball Report website looks great."
Lee Hitter (Dad of Brandon Hitter, 2009 Wisconsin All-Star, Fox Valley Lutheran High School)
"What an unbelievable opportunity for these talented young men. The Wisconsin All Stars coaches are dedicated to recruiting the best players and are proactive in helping them attain their goals of playing college baseball. I truly believe the Wisconsin All Stars is the best organization the state of Wisconsin offers." In closing, I was proud to be a member of the 2010 Wisconsin Al-Stars Baseball team and will remember my experience as a player. I encourage any player who has a passion for the game of baseball to consider the Wisconsin All-Stars Baseball program. You will have fun playing the game you love!"
Eric Keenan (Wisconsin All-Stars)
"Thank you for all your hard work and effort coaching the All-Stars. I received a $10,000 academic and a $5,000 baseball scholarship per year to attend Judson University (NAIA) in Elgin Illinois."
Ben Heller (2010 Wisconsin All-Stars)
"The recruiting seminar by Dave Carl (from NCSA) was an eye opener. Fantastic information. My son loved the camp. The staff kept everything moving and made it fun for the kids."
John J. Eagan (Parent of Johnny Eagan, Wautoma High School. Johnny attended 2011 Wisconsin All-Stars Tryout Showcase Exposure Camp)