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The Michigan Jets' record from 2011-2015 is 188-52-11.

 

The Michigan Jets' record from 2011-2015 is 188-52-11.

 

The Michigan Jets are an 18 & under travel baseball team. In 2011,

2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 they were known as the Michigan Jets. In 2009,

they were known as the Michigan Mustangs. In 2008, they

were known as the Michigan Moose. They did not have a team in 2010.

Please look farther down the page to see their accomplishments.

 

They are looking for players for the 2016 summer season.

 

If you are interested in playing, please contact me as soon as possible.

 

If you have any questions (and/or) are interested in joining the team,

please send an e-mail to MichiganJets18u@aol.com,

2487528185@vtext.com, and to Novisandles@aol.com as soon as 

possible to discuss the opportunity. Also feel free to text or call 1-

248-752-8185 at any time to discuss the opportunity.

 

 

The Michigan Jets' record from 2011-2015 is 188-52-11.

 

In order to play, players either must have been born May 1, 1997, or

later, or they must qualify under USSSA By-Law 3.01.B. If you do not

know what USSSA By-Law 3.01.B. is, feel free to ask.

 

This team has three non-parent coaches.

We have a house for players from out-of-state to stay at if necessary.

The Jets are planning on playing in ten tournaments in 2016. Most will be in Michigan.

This is the tentative 2016 summer schedule.: 

May 29, 2016: Arsenal Invitational (Birmingham, Michigan) 

June 4-June 5, 2016: USSSA Great Lakes Challenge (Ann Arbor, Michigan): Tournament uses Eastern Michigan University

June 9-June 12, 2016: Grizzlies Classic  (Rochester, Michigan): Tournament uses Oakland University or USSSA Great Lakes Elite (Ypsilanti, Michigan): Tournament uses Eastern Michigan University and Madonna University 

June 16-June 19, 2016: USSSA State Tournament (Ypsilanti, Michigan): Tournament uses Eastern Michigan University or Midwest Elite  (Bowling Green, Ohio): Tournament uses Bowling Green State University

June 23-June 26, 2016: Motor City Pride Collegiate Clash (Adrian, Michigan): Tournament uses Adrian College, Hillsdale College, Jackson College, and Siena Heights University or The Great Black Swamp  (Bowling Green, Ohio): Tournament uses the University of Toledo and Bowling Green State University or Grizzlies' Wood Bat Classic  (Rochester, Michigan): Tournament uses Oakland University

June 30-July 3, 2016: Pastime Tournaments' All Prospect Great Lakes Freedom Classic (Ann Arbor, Michigan): Tournament uses University of Michigan or USSSA Firecracker Classic  (Ypsilanti, Michigan): Tournament uses Eastern Michigan University

July 7-July 10, 2016: Pastime Tournaments' Best of Great Lakes (Ann Arbor, Michigan): Tournament uses the University of Michigan or USSSA Midwest Elite  (Ypsilanti, Michigan): Tournament uses Eastern Michigan University or Great Lakes Classic (Grand Rapids, Michigan): Tournament uses Grand Valley State University or Buckeye Elite Showcase  (Columbus, Ohio): Tournament uses Ohio State University

July 14-July 17, 2016: Triple Crown Sports Great Lakes Spectacular (Midland, Michigan): Tournament uses Central Michigan University, Northwood University, and Alma College 

July 21-July 24, 2016: Wolverine-Buckeye World Series (Southeast Michigan and Northwest Ohio): Tournament uses Bowling Green State University, Adrian College, Siena Heights University, the University of Toledo, and Eastern Michigan University or Pastime Tournaments' World Series (Akron, Ohio): Tournament uses Kent State University and University of Akron 

July 28-July 31, 2016: Tournament TBA (TBA, TBA): Tournament to be decided at a later date.

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The Michigan Jets' record from 2011-2015 is 188-52-11.

This is what the Michigan Jets accomplished

in 2015.:

 

 

  • The Jets had a 36-9-3 record.

  • Run differential was +205 runs for the season.

  • The Jets won the Motor City Pride Collegiate Clash tournament with 24 teams in it.

  • The Jets won the Pastime Great Lakes Freedom Classic wood bat tournament at the University of Michigan with 18 teams in it.

  • The Jets came in second place in the USSSA Great Lakes Challenge.

  • The Jets came in second place in the USSSA State Tournament.

  • The Jets came in second place out of 26 teams at the Wolverine-Buckeye World Series.

  • The Jets tied for fifth place out of 32 teams at the Triple Crown Sports' Great Lakes Spectacular.

  • The Jets tied for fifth place at the Pastime World Series.

  • The Jets had players on the team from multiple states and countries.

  • The Jets went 5-1-1 at the Wolverine-Buckeye World Series.

  • The Jets went 5-0 at the Motor City Pride Collegiate Clash.

  • The Jets went 5-0-1 at the Pastime Tournaments' Great Lakes Freedom Classic Wood Bat tournament.

  • The Jets defeated teams from Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and Ontario.

  • The Jets defeated the team that won the 98-team 2015 18U Buckeye Elite tournament.

  • The Jets defeated the team that won the 88-team 2014 16U Buckeye Elite tournament.

  • The Jets played on six Division I college fields.: University of Michigan, Oakland University, Central Michigan University, Kent State University, the University of Akron, and Bowling Green State University.

  • Every single player that played for the Jets in 2015 either is playing college baseball or has been offered opportunities to play college baseball.

  • Six players that played for the Jets in 2015 are playing baseball at the Division I level.

  • The Jets played 20 games on college fields this summer including the Division I fields mentioned before plus Adrian College and Siena Heights University.

  • The Jets were not mercied the entire season.

  • The Jets won 12 games via mercy rule.

  • The Jets beat a team that won a tournament with 67 teams in it at the University of Michigan in 2014 (the Pastime Great Lakes Championships)

  • The Jets beat the team that won a 67 team tournament at the University of Notre Dame in 2014 (the Pastime Great Lakes Tournament of Champions)

  • The Jets had a winning record in all nine tournaments that they played in.

  • At the Wolverine-Buckeye World Series, the Jets averaged 11 runs per game.

  • Over a five game stretch at the Wolverine-Buckeye World Series, the Jets had a +50 run differential.

  • The Jets had a six game winning streak.

  • The Jets had a stretch where they went 16-1-1 over eighteen games.

  • Scored 368 runs in 48 games. Averaged 7.66667 runs per game.

  • Allowed 163 runs in 48 games. Allowed 3.4 runs per game.

  • Run differential was + 4.26 runs per game.

  • The Jets outscored their opponents 368-163 over the course of the season.

  • The Jets were the #4 ranked 18U team in Michigan in Points by USSSA.com

  • The Jets were the #6 rated team in Michigan by USSSA.com in Power Rating.

  • The Jets won their pool at the USSSA Great Lakes Challenge.
  • The Jets won their pool at the USSSA State Tournament.
  • The Jets won their pool at the Motor City Pride Collegiate Clash.
  • The Jets won their pool at the Pastime Tournaments' Great Lakes Freedom Classic at the University of Michigan.
  • The Jets won their pool at the Triple Crown Sports' Great Lakes Spectacular.
  • The Jets won their pool at the Wolverine-Buckeye World Series.

 

The Michigan Jets' record from 2011-2015 is 188-52-11.

 

This is what the Michigan Jets accomplished

in 2014.:

  • The Jets had a 47-6-3 record.

  • The Jets won 20 of their 47 games via mercy (or run rule).

  • The Jets did not get mercied one time the entire season.

  • The Jets held a lead in 54 of their 56 games.

  • Through their first 29 games, the Jets did not allow more than four runs in 28 of those 29 games.

  • The Jets are now the only team to win both the Triple Crown Sports' Great Lakes Spectacular and the Motor City Pride Collegiate Clash twice.

  • The Jets won seven of the eleven tournaments that they entered. They also placed third in two other tournaments.

  • The Jets won the USSSA State Tournament, the USSSA Diamond Classic, the USSSA Midwest Elite, the Triple Crown Sports Great Lakes Spectacular, the Joel Zito Invitational, the Arsenal Invitational, and the Genesee Fieldhouse Fire & Ice Invitational.

  • The Jets had players on the team from Michigan, Ontario, Quebec, Illinois, and Pennsylvania.

  • The Jets came in third place in the USSSA Great Lakes Elite and in the USSSA Great Lakes Challenge.

  • The Jets went 3-0 in the Genesee Fieldhouse Fire & Ice Invitational and won it.

  • The Jets went 3-0 in the Arsenal Invitational and won it.

  • The Jets went 5-0-1 in the USSSA State Tournament and won it.

  • The Jets went 6-0 in the USSSA Diamond Classic and won it.

  • The Jets went 6-0 in the USSSA Midwest Elite and won it.

  • The Jets went 6-0-1 in the Triple Crown Sports Great Lakes Spectacular and won it. They came in first place out of 28 teams.

  • The Jets went 5-0 in the Joel Zito Invitational and won it.

  • The Jets went 4-1 in the USSSA Great Lakes Elite and came in third place out of 20 teams.

  • The Jets defeated teams from Michigan, Ohio, Ontario, and Kentucky.

  • The Jets allowed only allowed a total of three runs in the Joel Zito Invitational while scoring 37.

  • The Jets tied for 25th place out of 74 teams at the Cincy Flames Dinger Wood Bat World Series.

  • The Jets defeated Midland Berryhill, a team that has won the American Legion World Series in the past. Midland Berryhill is also the 2014 Michigan American Legion State Champion. Berryhill also won the Ultimate Strike Zone.

  • The Jets won their pool at the USSSA Great Lakes Elite.

  • The Jets won their pool at the USSSA Midwest Elite.

  • The Jets won their pool at the USSSA Diamond Classic.

  • The Jets won their pool at the Triple Crown Sports Great Lakes Spectacular.

  • The Jets won their pool at the Arsenal Invitational.

  • The Jets won their pool at the Genesee Fieldhouse Fire & Ice Invitational.

  • The Jets won their pool at the Joel Zito Invitational.

  • The Jets went 24-4 in USSSA tournaments.

  • The Jets allowed no more than thirteen total runs in any of the six USSSA tournaments that they played in.

  • The Jets outscored their opponents 62-10 in the USSSA Midwest Elite.

  • The Jets were the #2 ranked AAA team in Michigan in Points by USSSA.com out of 50 teams.

  • The Jets were the #1 rated team out of 48 teams in Michigan by USSSA.com in Power Rating.

  • The Jets scored 441 runs this season.

  • The Jets averaged scoring 7.875 runs a game.

  • The Jets only allowed 139 runs in 56 games.

  • The Jets only allowed 2.48214 runs per game in 56 games.

  • The Jets outscored their opponents by almost 5.5 runs per game.

  • The Jets had an eleven game winning streak, a ten game winning streak, an eight game winning streak, a six game winning streak, and a five game winning streak – all in the same season!

  • The Jets got to play fourteen games on college fields! These included Miami (OH) University, Eastern Michigan University, Thomas More College, Northwood University, Central Michigan University, Cedarville University, etc.

  • The Jets mercied the Great Lake Canadians, a team with multiple members of the Canadian Junior National Team.

  • The Jets had a winning record in nine of the eleven tournaments that they entered.

  • The Jets outscored their opponents 441-139 over the course of the season.

  • The Jets outscored their opponents by 302 runs over the course of the season.

  • The Jets beat the Detroit Eagles three times (including mercying them twice). The Eagles have won multiple RBI Regionals and placed well in the RBI World Series in the past.

  • The Jets beat the Great Lake Canadians by seven more runs than the nationally-renowned Midland Redskins did.

  • The Jets scored eleven more runs against the Great Lake Canadians than the nationally-renowned Midland Redskins did.

  • The Jets only allowed one home run in 56 games.

 

 

The Michigan Jets' record from 2011-2015 is 188-52-11.

 

 

This is what the Michigan Jets accomplished

in 2013.:


• The Jets had a 35-14-3 overall record.


• The Jets defeated teams from Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Ontario.


• The Jets went 4-0 in the Genesee Fieldhouse Fire and Ice Invitational.

• The Jets won the Genesee Fieldhouse Fire and Ice Invitational.

• The Jets did not allow a run in the Genesee Fieldhouse Fire and Ice Invitational.


• The Jets came in third place at the USSSA Great Lakes Challenge.


• The Jets came in third place out of 20 teams at the USSSA Great Lakes Elite.

• The Jets tied for 9th place out of 64 teams at the Pastime Tournaments Great Lakes Tournament of Champions.

• The Jets came in first place out of 42 teams at the Motor City Pride Collegiate Clash.

• The Jets won their pool at the Motor City Pride Collegiate Clash.

• The Jets were the #2 seed out of 42 teams coming out of pool play at the Motor City Pride Collegiate Clash.

• The Jets only allowed a total of eleven runs in eight games at the Motor City Pride Collegiate Clash.

• The Jets went 7-0-1 at the Motor City Pride Collegiate Clash.

• The Jets came in second place out of 20 teams at the USSSA Firecracker Classic.

• The Jets went 5-2 at the USSSA Firecracker Classic.

• The Jets defeated the Detroit Eagles, Metro Detroit Athletics, and Underwood Orr at the USSSA Firecracker Classic.

• The Jets tied for fifth place out of 28 teams at the Triple Crown Sports Great Lakes Spectacular.

• The Jets won their pool at the Cincy Flames Dinger Wood Bat World Series. Their pool included the Cincy Flames, Indiana Mustangs, St. Louis Sting, Northern Illinois Reds, and the Michigan Red Sox.

• The Jets scored the most runs in pool play out of all 54 teams at the Cincy Flames Dinger Wood Bat World Series.

• The Jets were the #3 seed out of 54 teams coming out of pool play at the Cincy Flames Dinger Wood Bat World Series.

• The Jets were one of only three teams out of 54 to lose less than two games at the Cincy Flames Dinger Wood Bat World Series. The only other two teams were the two that played in the championship game.

• Out of the fifteen teams from Michigan that played in the Cincy Flames Dinger Wood Bat World Series, the Jets were one of the last three standing in the tournament.

• The Jets came in ninth place out of 54 teams at the Cincy Flames Dinger Wood Bat World Series, finishing ahead of both Cincy Flames teams, the St. Louis Sting, the Indiana Prospects, the Dayton Classics, Academy Stars, GRB Rays, Huntington Hounds, etc.

• The Jets won two tournaments.

• The Jets came in second place in one tournament.

• The Jets came in third place in two tournaments.

• The Jets had a nine game winning streak.

• The Jets were the #2 ranked team out of 46 in the 18U AAA classification in the state of Michigan in 2013 in Points according to USSSA.com.

• The Jets were the #2 ranked team out of 46 in the 18U AAA classification in the state of Michigan in 2013 in Power Rating according to USSSA.com.

• The Jets were full of Division I talent! Players on the 2013 team either have played or will play at Bowling Green, Eastern Michigan, Evansville, Western Michigan, East Tennessee State, Oakland, Maine, Michigan, Massachusetts – Lowell, Canisius, etc.

• The Jets got to play 21 games on college fields! Highlights included playing at Eastern Michigan University, Central Michigan University, Miami University, and Northern Kentucky University.

• The Jets outscored their opponents by 152 runs for the season (an average of 2.92 runs per game).

• The Jets had a winning record in seven of the tournaments that they entered.

• The Jets beat some premier teams from out-of-state, including the St. Louis Sting, Premier Baseball (out of Cleveland, Ohio), Indiana Mustangs, Northern Illinois Reds, etc.

• The Jets were one of only three teams to score a run off of a Louisville commit from the Chicago area this summer.

 

 

The Michigan Jets' record from 2011-2015 is 188-52-11.

 

This is what the Michigan Jets accomplished in 2012.:

• The Jets had a 38-10-1 overall record.


• The Jets defeated perennial state powers such as the Michigan Bulls 17u and 18u teams, Saginaw

Means, South Oakland A's 17u and 18u teams, Lapeer Outlaws, Grand Rapids Diamonds, Grand Rapids

Flames, Bloomfield Sting, Around the Horn Stampede, Detroit Eagles, Blissfield Legion, etc. They

defeated teams from Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and Ontario. The Jets went 7-0 against teams from Ohio.


• The Jets won the Wolverine Invitational and the Motor City Pride Collegiate Clash.


• The Jets went 7-0 at the Wolverine Invitational which included wins over four teams from Ohio.


• The Jets won their pool at the Wolverine Invitational.


• The Jets went 6-1 at the Motor City Pride Collegiate Clash.


• The Jets won their pool at the Motor City Pride Collegiate Clash. Their pool included the Lapeer

Outlaws, 18u South Oakland A's, 18u Michiana Scrappers, and 17u Grand Rapids Diamonds.


• The Jets defeated the Lapeer Outlaws, who won the Motor City Pride Invitational and were 25-6-1 on

the season.


• The Jets mercied the 18u Michiana Scrappers, a team with multiple Division I signees.


• The Jets went 2-1-1 and came in second place at the USSSA Great Lakes Challenge. The Jets defeated

the 18u Michigan Bulls in this tournament and the Detroit Eagles (who got to the RBI World Series in

2012). The only team that the Jets lost to in this tournament won the USSSA Great Lakes Elite, the

Ultimate Strike Zone, the USSSA Great Lakes Challenge, and came in second place at the Black Swamp.


• The Jets came in second place at the USSSA Battle at the Capitol.


• The Jets went 6-1 at the USSSA Battle at the Capitol.


• The Jets were the first team to defeat Saginaw Means all summer and gave Means their only loss of the

tournament. Means only lost three games all summer.


• The Jets mercied four of the six teams that they beat in this tournament.


• The Jets mercied the Bloomfield Sting who came in third place out of 36 teams in the Cincy Flames

Phoenix Wood Bat National Championship. The Sting also won the 16U USSSA State Tournament in

2010 when they were a 16U team.


• The Jets came in sixth place out of 23 teams at the Triple Crown Sports Great Lakes Spectacular (which

they won in 2011).

• The Jets won their pool at the USSSA Diamond Classic.

• The Jets went 3-1 at the USSSA Diamond Classic.

• The Jets came in fourth place at the USSSA Diamond Classic.

• The Jets came in second place at the South Oakland A's Invitational.

• The Jets went 4-1 at the South Oakland A's Invitational.

• The Jets won their pool at the South Oakland A's Invitational.

• The Jets placed second in three tournaments.

• The Jets came in fourth place in one tournament.

• The Jets defeated the 18u South Oakland A's twice. The 18u South Oakland A's won the CABA State

Tournament and the South Oakland A's Invitational.

• At one point the Jets had a ten game winning streak! They also had a separate seven game winning

streak!

• The Jets hit 27 home runs as a team.

• One Jet hit eight home runs!

• One Jet hit three grand slams!

• One Jet hit two grand slams in one game!

• The Jets outscored their opponents by 167 runs for the season.

• The Jets averaged 3.4 more runs per game than their opponents did.

• The 2012 Jets had five players that were named to the All State team in 2011!

• The 2012 Jets had four players that were named to the All State team in 2012!

• All but one of the graduated players on the 2012 Michigan Jets will be playing college baseball.

• The Jets had a winning record in seven of the eight tournaments that they entered.

• #3 team out of 48 teams in USSSA points in the 18 & Under AAA Classification in the state of

Michigan.

• #5 team out of 32 teams in USSSA power rating in the 18 & Under AAA Classification in the state of

Michigan.

• #1 team out of 19 teams in the USSSA coaches' poll in the 18 & Under AAA Classification in the state

of Michigan.

• Won twelve games via the mercy rule.

• The Jets were the only team at the USSSA Battle at the Capitol to defeat the team that ended up

winning the entire tournament.

• The Jets were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to play at the University of Michigan, Central

Michigan University, Wayne State University, Hillsdale College, Adrian College, Siena Heights University,

and Washtenaw Community College.

 

 

The Michigan Jets' record from 2011-2015 is 188-52-11.

 

The Michigan Jets had an incredible 2011 summer season. Their accomplishments include (but are not limited to) the following.:
• 32-13-1 overall record
• #2 Power Rating out of 33 teams in the USSSA 18u AAA Classification in Michigan
• 2-1 record at the USSSA Great Lakes Challenge
• 5th place finish at the USSSA Great Lakes Challenge
• 3-2 record at the USSSA Great Lakes Elite with victories over teams from Illinois and Ontario
• Mercied the third place team (the London Badgers) at the USSSA Great Lakes Elite
• 8th place finish out of 20 teams at the USSSA Great Lakes Elite
• 4-1 record at the USSSA State Tournament
• 2nd place finish at the USSSA State Tournament out of 20 teams
• Winning record in six of eight tournaments entered and .500 record in one of the other two
• 5-1 record at the USSSA Battle at the Capitol
• 4th place finish out of 22 teams at the USSSA Battle at the Capitol
• 6-1 record at the Triple Crown Sports Great Lakes Spectacular
• Won the Triple Crown Sports Great Lakes Spectacular, coming in 1st place out of 24 teams
• Came in 2nd place at the Madonna Invitational
• Mercied the NFWB Cobras, who won the Madonna Invitational and the Collegiate Clash
• Beat the Oakland Bulldogs, who won the CABA World Series in Youngstown, Ohio and also went 35-7 on the season
• Won thirteen games via the mercy rule
• Several Jets’ players are playing Division I college baseball
• All Jets’ players are playing college baseball except one (who is trying to walk-on at a Division I program)
• Beat the CM Stars twice, who won the Palomino World Series in California
• Mercied the London Badgers, who as of right now are 62-19. They have only been mercied twice all season, and we were one of the two teams to do it.
• Mercied the Michigan Blue Jays, who won the USSSA Battle at the Capitol, came in 3rd place out of 96 teams at the Pastime Tournaments Best of the Midwest in Dayton, Ohio, came in third place at the Pastime Tournaments Mid-Atlantic Tournament of Champions, and came in 2nd place at the 2010 USSSA World Series
• The Jets outscored their opponents by 136 runs for the season
• The Jets outscored their opponents by an average of about 2.95 runs per game for the season
• Defeated teams from Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, and Canada
• Hit two home runs off of a pitcher that was drafted in the 2011 MLB Draft
• Scored an average of 7.39 runs/game
• Allowed an average of 4.44 runs/game
• Twelve different Jets hit home runs; four players hit multiple home runs
• One Jet hit eight home runs!
• One Jet played in over 30 games, had over 100 plate appearances, and did not strike out one time!
• Defeated Milford Legion twice, who have advanced to the Michigan Legion State Tournament two years in a row.
• The Jets won their pool at the USSSA State Tournament
• The Jets won their pool at the USSSA Battle at the Capitol
• The Jets won their pool at the Triple Crown Sports Great Lakes Spectacular
• The Jets were the only team at the USSSA Battle at the Capitol to defeat the team that ended up winning the entire tournament.
• The Jets were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to play at Eastern Michigan University, Central Michigan University, Northwood University, Wayne State University, and Madonna University.




The Michigan Jets' record from 2011-2015 is 188-52-11.

This coaching staff did not have a team in 2010. This coaching staff was not associated with the 2010 Michigan Mustangs team coached by Tom Poole.

This is the same coaching staff that led the 2009 Michigan Mustangs 18u team to a 26-11 tournament record. The Mustangs had a 25-8 record in tournaments against teams from Michigan. The Mustangs went 18-4 in their last 22 tournament games. The 2009 Michigan Mustangs won one tournament (the West Bloomfield Diamond Classic), came in second place in one tournament (the Madonna Invitational), got to the semifinals in two other tournaments (Home Runs for Heroes and the USSSA Battle at the Capitol), and got to the quarterfinals in one other tournament (the USSSA Great Lakes Challenge AAA).

This coaching staff also put together the 2008 Michigan Moose team.


Below is a list of their accomplishments:
• The Moose won 28 games.
• The Moose went 4-1 at the Motor City Pride Invitational 
• The Moose won their pool at the Motor City Pride Invitational (but did not advance due to extenuating circumstances) 

• The Moose went 4-1 at the Beast of the East 
• The Moose tied for 1st in their pool at the Beast of the East.
• The Moose went 4-1 at the Brighton Baseball Classic 
• The Moose won their pool at the Brighton Baseball Classic.

• The Moose were runners-up at the Beast of the East
• The Moose were runners-up at the Madonna Invitational
• The Moose were runners-up at the Brighton Baseball Classic. Nine Moose players were named to the All-State team (one in 2006, six in 2007, and two in 2008)
• Defeated Kali Baseball Academy, one of the premier teams in California.
• Defeated teams from five different states and two different countries.
• Were the only team in the Motor City Pride Invitational to defeat the eventual tournament champions. 
• #2 ranked team in the state of Michigan in the USSSA 18 & Under Senior AAA Coaches' Poll (out of 21 teams)
• #11 ranked team in the state of Michigan in terms of USSSA Points in the USSSA 18 & Under Senior AAA category (out of 45 teams)
• Were the only team at the Madonna Invitational to hold the eventual champions to four runs (one team let up eight runs and two others let up eleven runs) during pool play.

The Michigan Jets do not offer any refunds and all payments are final.

 

The Michigan Jets' record from 2011-2015 is 188-52-11.

New Jets' Assistant Coach Jeff Rhein

Played Division I baseball in college for perennial national power Nebraska. Also played at Sacramento City College.
11th Round Selection in 1989 MLB Draft by the California Angels; drafted ahead of former MLB players such as Trevor Hoffman and Jim Thome
10 Year Professional Career
Played for the Gida Suns in Taiwan’s Major Leagues
2 Time All-Star / 2 Time Champion (at the professional level)
College Baseball Coach 2002-2005 at Shawnee State University in Portsmouth, Ohio.

Current Varsity baseball coach at Ann Arbor Skyline High School.

 

 

The Michigan Jets' record from 2011-2015 is 188-52-11.

Current and former players are playing college baseball!

The Michigan Jets' record from 2011-2015 is 188-52-11.

Former players are playing college baseball! Colleges that they have played at, are playing at, or will play at, include (but are not limited to):

• Michigan State University - Cody Huge and Mason Erla

• Central Michigan University - Cal Djuraskovic

• University of Toledo - Parker Ruffer

• Miami (OH) - Michael Hendricks and Bailey Martin

• Canisius College (NY) - Cyrus Senior and Josh Shepley

• Oakland University - Connor Fannon

• Bowling Green State University (OH) - Aaron Loconsole, Randy Righter, and Addison Rospert

• University of Massachusetts - Lowell (MA) - Trevor Fink

• University of Evansville - Max Foley

• Lincoln Trail C.C. (IL) - Jack Hranec

• West Texas J.C. (TX) - Jordan Easom

• University of the Cumberlands (KY) - T.J. Campbell

• Southwest Tennesee C.C. (TN) - Jesse Anderson

• Defiance College (OH) - David Blanch

• Murray State (OK) - Tysen Hansen

• Roane State C.C. (TN) - Matt Smith

• Lee University (TN) - Travis Perkola

• University of Michigan - Alex Daar

• South Carolina-Sumter (SC) - Jake Trejo
• East Tennessee State University (TN) - Danny Carrier
• Sullivan County C.C. (NY) - Jeff Prouse
• Kaskaskia College (IL) - Jason Wimbury
• Lake Erie College (OH) - Kyle Lugar and Sean Mathews
• Holy Cross College (IN) - Mike Tibbits
• West Texas A & M University (TX) - Jordan Easom
• Western Michigan University - Grant Miller, Perry Klemanski, and Chris Modrzynski
• Western Illinois University (IL) - Thomas Constand, Jake Moore, and Dan Owenby
• Eastern Michigan University - Josh Birnberg, David Lett, Tyler Butzin, and Judah Wollenburg
• Savannah State University (GA) - Blaise Woods
• Olney Central Junior College (IL) - Matt Phipps
• West Texas Junior College - T.J. Campbell
• Mott Community College - Kyle Schrade and Dillon Nash
• Muskegon Community College - Ched Gaskin, Ryan Truschke, and Tommy Tullar
• Jackson Community College - Tommy Tullar and James Rogers
• Spring Arbor University - Robert Cleary
• Wayne State University - Griffin Harms, Randy Kuzdak, Aaron Loconsole, Brad Guenther and Todd Weiss
• Alma College - Jordan Masters
• Kellogg Community College - Joe Fodell, Jake LaBrecque, and Brett Schultz
• Paris (TX) Junior College - Jordan Easom
• Saginaw Valley State University - Nick Ivone and Demetrius Dunlap
• Benedictine University (IL) - Chris Kordick
• Lake Michigan College
• Henry Ford Community College - Enrique Reboyras
• Madonna University - A.J. Susick, Blake Amhowitz, Taylor Grzelakowski, Todd Jones, Mike Tibbits, Brent Ochodnicky, and Dylan Cooper
• Adrian College - Shane Healy, Brent Gunsell, David Pozolo, Josh Burd, and Michael Osterman
• Heidelberg (OH) - Dylan Cooper, Brock Conner, and Cameron Charbonneau
• Kalamazoo Valley Community College - Tyler Stevens
• Hillsdale College - Zak Northrup and Nolan Breymaier
• St. Norbert College (WI) - Lance Smith
• Concordia University - Nate McHugh
• University of Missouri (MO) - Myles Smith
• Northwood University - Jason Wimbury and Jake LaBrecque
• Wabash College (IL)
• Dominican University (OH) - Korey Wright
• Rochester College
• Macomb Community College - Blaise Woods and Dylan Cooper
• Hope College - Ryan Wysocki
• Franklin College (IN)
• Kalamazoo College - Scott Devine
• Olivet College - Drew Thompson
• Tiffin (OH) - Cal Djuraskovic

• Owens Community College (OH)
• Des Moines Area Community College (IA)
• Lewis & Clark C.C. (IL) - Karl Brecht

  • West Virginia State University (WV) - DeVario Allen and Trayvis Patterson
  • Chesapeake C.C. (MD) - DeVario Allen
  • Texas A&M - Corpus Christi (TX) - Jordan Easom
  • Indiana University of Pennsylvania (PA) - Parker Lynn
  • Davenport University - Cody Greear, Sebastiano Scalzo, Tyler Page, and Gage Hammond
  • University of British Columbia (BC) - Tyler Gillies
  • Tiffin University (OH) - Cal Djuraskovic and Malik Brown
  • Morehead State University (KY) - Aaron Leasher
  • University of Cincinnati (OH) - Seth Caple
  • Xavier University (OH) - Blaine Griffiths
  • Northwest Florida State College (FL) - Dale Gumm
  • Georgetown University (Washington D.C.) - Sammy Stevens
  • Weatherford College (TX) - Adam Rossit
  • Indian Hills C.C. (IA) - Jesse Anderson, Olivier "Enrique" Basabe, and Johno Rodriguez
  • College of Central Florida - Kyle Lugar
  • Wooster - Tanner Kaplan and Chandler Dippman
  • Triton College - Justin Gorr, Torrey Johnson, and Dean Youngblood
  • Florence-Darlington Technical College - Alex Tokar
  • Eastern University - Anthony Vlahovic
  • Hinds C.C. - Darrius Wright
  • Grand Valley State University - Kevin Zak
  • Ohio State University - Lima - Ron Stewardson
  • Cleary University - Collin Capaldi and Ron Stewardson
  • St. Clair County Community College - Collin Capaldi
  • Iowa Central Community College - Matt Cox
  • University of Rio Grande - Seth Wills
  • Cuyahoga Community College - Mitch Cromley
  • University of Arkansas - Monticello - Blake Gallagher
  • Northwestern - Jake Garbarino
  • Ohio State - Jake Vander Wal
  • Xavier - Ryan Fournier
  • Grand Rapids Community College - Jackson Shaver
  • Northeast Oklahoma State - Jason Tarapasky
  • Seminole State - Seth Freed
  • Trine University - Ethan Kirkman
  • Lake Michigan College - Rob Frost
  • Two former players are now playing professional baseball!

 

The Michigan Jets' record from 2011-2015 is 188-52-11.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Michigan Jets' record from 2011-2015 is 188-52-11.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Michigan Jets' record from 2011-2015 is 188-52-11.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Michigan Jets' record from 2011-2015 is 188-52-11.

The Michigan Jets' record from 2011-2015 is 188-52-11.