Michael S Rosenzweig
Born and raised in Duluth, Michael has had a love affair with baseball his entire life. He has been known to rarely travel to a city that doesn't have some kind of a baseball team to watch. Michael has been a coach for Central Little League for 16 years. He has been a sponsor for many Huskies promotional nights including Huskies Gnome Night Giveaway. Michael has been a financial adviser for 29 year. He is married to Betsy and has two sons, Mike and Sam.
A native of Lake Nebagamon, Wisconsin, Greg started his Huskies career in Corporate & Group Sales; Stadium Operations during the 2015 season and was named General Manager after the season ended. Previous to his Huskies career, Greg served 24 years with the Duluth News Tribune primarily in Advertising. Greg grew up playing baseball in Northern Wisconsin and attended the University of Wisconsin Stevens-Point. When not living and breathing baseball you can find him on the local golf courses as he is a member of both Poplar Golf course and Norwood Golf course. Greg is married to wife Sarah and they reside in Duluth.
Director of Baseball Operations/Field Manager
Daniel is entering his 8th season as Field Manager and Director of Baseball Operations. A native of Key West, Florida, Coach Hersey played collegiate baseball at Rollins College and the University of West Georgia. He then turned his attention to coaching and was hired as the Assistant Head Coach and Pitching Coach of Saint Leo University (FL). He has also served as Pitching Coach for the College of Central Florida. Hersey is well versed in Summer Collegiate Baseball as he has served as an assistant coach for the Zephyrhills Snappers in the Florida Collegiate Summer League, the Duluth Huskies in the Northwoods League, and as a Head Coach for the Wilmington Sharks of the Coastal Plains League. Daniel is married to wife Catherine and has one son, Nolan.
Senior Director of Baseball Operations
Les is a native of West Duluth and spent much of his youth at Duluth Dukes games and early life playing and coaching right here at Wade Stadium. After playing baseball for four years at Augsburg College and graduating, Les was a school teacher in the Duluth school district and coached the same three sports at Denfeld. During the summer he coach American Legion Baseball for Post #71 in West Duluth and also coached college summer teams. He was Co-Chairman of the “Save The Wade” committee in the late 80’s early 90’s. This will be his inaugural season with the Huskies after working as a Scout for 23 years with the Cleveland Indians. Les was fortunate to scout around the world and the USA. Some of the areas he was assigned to cover Internationally, included Panama, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala. Also, covered Europe and Australia for the Indians. For the past 16 years Les scouted college and high school players for the amateur Draft for Cleveland. Regions he covered include the Midwest and a five year stint living in Houston, TX scouting South Texas and Louisiana. Les is very excited and thrilled to be back home and looking forward to sharing his experience as part of the Huskies Front Office.
Pastor Darrell Kyle
Lizzy is originally from Eau Claire, WI. She is in the middle of her senior year as a marketing major and a psychology minor at the University of Minnesota Duluth. She's worked at UMD's athletic office as an intern the last 2 years. She started with the Huskies in the summer of 2016 and will continue in the 2017 season as part of the management team. Her focus will be on social media, marketing, and game day operations managment. She likes to think she can golf and fish.
Ben is from Duluth, Minnesota. He will be graduating in May from the University of Minnesota-Morris with a degree in sports management. He'll be returning to the Huskies for a second season in 2017. He's closely followed sports his whole life, especially baseball, basketball, and football. Ben's favorite teams are the Twins, Timberwolves, and the Oakland Raiders.
Kyle Bellin is in his senior year pursing a degree in Business Administration with a Sports Management minor at University of Wisconsin, Superior. He comes from Appleton, Wisconsin with an older brother, mother and father. He comes from a sports filled background and has been around the game of baseball since he was a young buck, he plays baseball at UWS. Sports are big part of Kyle's life and he wants to strive to make it part of his daily job someday.
Jamaal is from Fairbanks, Alaska. He will be graduating from the University of Minnesota-Morris this summer with a degree in sport management. This will be his first season with the Huskies focusing on marketing and promotions. Sports have always been a major part of his life.
Zac DeMedio is a Junior studying Media Studies and Production at Temple University in Philadelphia. Living 45 minutes outside of the city, Philadelphia sports has always been a huge part of his life, baseball included. At Temple University, Zac is heavily involved with Temple University television or TUTV for short. Within TUTV he's apart of OwlSports Update, an organization that puts together a weekly live 30-minute show focusing on all Division I sports that Temple has to offer. The show is run entirely by students and Zac has been a reporter, videographer, and editor over his 3 years at school. Zac is also a lead producer and director for Inside The Nest, OwlSports Update's football specific 60 minute show. In his spare time, Zac loves to head into South Philly to catch a game with his friends and eat the world famous Chickie's and Pete's crab fries.
Daphne is originally from Green Bay, WI. She graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato in the spring of 2016 with a degree in sport management. She interned with the Green Bay Bullfrogs during the 2014 season, and also has interned in minor league hockey with the Austin Bruins. She is excited to be working in baseball again and is looking forward to a great summer with the Huskies!
Cameron is from Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is currently a junior at Augsburg College and is pursuing a degree in finance. He also plays baseball for the Auggies. He is looking forward to spending the summer in Duluth and being a part of the Huskies family!
Tanner is originally from Brule, WI. He recently graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management. This is his second season in the Northwoods League but his first with the Huskies. He will be a clubhouse manager.
Tim is originally from Brule, WI. He just graduated from the University of Southern New Hampshire with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Studies with Sports Management. This is his first year with the Huskies as a clubhouse manager. He grew up loving sports and is a huge Wisconsin sports fan.
Becky is originally from Glenwood, MN. She is attending North Dakota State University where she is majoring in Sports Management. This is her first season with the Huskies and will be focusing on gameday operations.
Sam is from Orono, MN and is currently in her senior year of school at the University of Minnesota Duluth. She is a graphic design and marketing major, and she’s very excited to be able to pursue a career that also includes her love of sports. She has grown up playing sports her whole life, and is a pitcher on the softball team at UMD. Sam’s focus for this internship will be graphic design, but she would like to get experience in all aspects of marketing and game day operations. She is very excited for her first season with the Huskies!
Becca is from Duluth Minnesota. She has been selling tickets with the Huskies for the past two seasons, and is even more involved in ticket sales in the 2017 season. She is a sophomore at the University of Wisconsin-Superior and is majoring in business management. Her favorite past times are going to any sporting event with her friends or volunteering in the community wherever possible. On the off-season, she has been working at the DECC in Guest Services.
Luke Johnson is a junior studying Communications at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. He grew up in Racine, Wisconsin and graduated from Union Grove High School in 2014, where he ran track and was captain of the cross country team. Luke will be the On-Field Emcee for this season of Huskies Baseball, which will be my first in the Northwoods League. He is also a Game Day Guest Relations Specialist for the Green Bay Packers once football season picks up. When he’s not at The Wade this summer, you can find him “trying” to be play golf, listening to all types of music, sneaking away for a Twins game (but, am a Brewers fan), singing karaoke in a very mediocre fashion, cooking brats on the grill, and appreciating the local craft beer scene.
Sadie, in her second season with the Huskies, will be focusing on marketing and broadcasting. A native of Cazenovia, WI, she is actively engaged at Weston High School. Sadie is involved in Student Council (President), FBLA (President), forensics, basketball (varsity), volleyball (varsity), and is the baseball statistician. Always having a passion for baseball, she wishes to pursue a career in the front office of a Major League Baseball team.
Jake is from Orono, MN and is a senior at North Dakota State University majoring in Sport Management. Coming from Fargo, where he has worked with the Fargo Park District the last two years, he is excited to join the Huskies as an intern focusing on game day operations. His love of sports started from an early age developing a passion for baseball, basketball, and football. He is very excited for the opportunity to work with the Huskies gaining valuable experience in his pursuit for a career in the world of sports.
Tatiana is from sunny southern California. She plays basketball at Presentation College (Aberdeen, SD) and is going to be entering her Senior year this fall. Tatiana enjoys going to the beach, reading, and working out during her free time. For this internship, Tatiana is going to be a Field Host, and will also be interviewing players off the field. She is excited to work with the Huskies this summer and further her experience.
Sam Olson was born and raised here in Duluth, Minnesota. He will be a senior at the University of Minnesota Duluth majoring in Marketing and a Communication minor. Sports have been the main constant in his life. Playing all sports including baseball through high school here in Duluth. It's his first season with the Huskies as a marketing and promotion intern.
Nick is from Duluth and currently attends the University of North Dakota in Grand Folks. He is majoring in Marketing and is working towards a Sports Business minor. He loves all sports and his favorite team is the Boston Red Sox.
Trevor Stone is from Minneapolis, MN and is attending the University of Wisconsin-Superior. He is in his fourth year, majoring in journalism and minoring in sports management. Trevor is currently the sports editor for Superior’s school newspaper the “Promethean.” Trevor has played on Superior’s Varsity Baseball team for the last four years and has been around the game of baseball his entire life. This is his first season with the Duluth Huskies and plans to work a lot with game-day operations.
Jared Tadych will be going into his senior year at the University of Minnesota Morris next fall. He is majoring in Sports Management and minoring in Statistics. He is from Maple Grove, Minnesota and attended Osseo High School. He enjoys watching all sports, but specifically baseball in the summer.
Reid Trousdale is originally from Buffalo MN. He is a senior at UMD as a marketing major, and a history minor. He’s grown up playing all different types of sports, but is looking forward to learning more about how game day operations are conducted for baseball teams. Some hobbies of his are outdoor activities such as hockey, golf, tennis, and snowboarding.
2017 Broadcasting Team
Henrique DaMour has grown up all over the place. He was born in Brazil, moved to Singapore, China, Michigan, and finally California for high school before landing in Evanston where he currently study journalism with a computer science minor at Northwestern University. Besides studying, he co-produces a weekly Northwestern sports talk show on WNUR 89.3 FM Evanston-Chicago, does play-by-play and color commentary for various NU sports, sings as a bass in an acappella group, serves as vice president of his fraternity, and is actively involved in campus ministry. When he's not tending to his responsibilities, he likes going into Chicago with friends, playing pickup basketball (quite poorly), and religiously watching Detroit sports. If there are three things he is truly passionate about, though, they're the Detroit Tigers, good music, and Coca-Cola. Henrique is extremely excited for this summer and to be a part of the Huskies family!
Matthew Lively is a student at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. He grew up in Palm City, Florida for 18 years before moving to Phoenix. His love for baseball started at an early age, playing tee ball at 5-years-old all the way throughout high school. Prior to working for the Huskies, Matthew has been worked with KASC Blaze Radio, the Walter Cronkite Sports Network, Pac-12 Network, Arizona Sports 98.7, FanSided, and Pro Player Insiders. Matthew has covered Arizona State University baseball and softball as a full-time beat writer and covered the 2017 Super Bowl. He has experience as a play-by-play announcer in baseball, softball, hockey, and basketball. In his spare time, he loves to play golf and stay active. Matthew is excited to make Duluth his home for the summer and join the Huskies for a successful season.
Alexander Moore is a junior studying broadcast journalism at Ohio University. Originally from Painesville, Ohio and his passion since he was a kid has been sports, particularly baseball. He started playing baseball as soon as he could pick up a baseball bat. He started calling play-by-play for baseball when he was a sophomore in college. During the summer of 2016 he broadcasted collegiate baseball in the Southern California Collegiate Baseball League for the Palm Springs POWER. At Ohio University, he is involved with WOUB, the Ohio University student media. He is an assistant director on the show Hardwood Heroes. He is also an assistant director, anchor, and sports reporter on the local news that is broadcasted by WOUB throughout southeast Ohio and parts of northern Kentucky and northwestern West Virginia. He has three older siblings, Chelsea, Raschelle, and Ryne. His favorite teams to cheer for are the Cleveland Indians and Duluth Huskies!
Erik is originally from Blaine, MN. He is currently in his junior year at the University of Minnesota Duluth studying Journalism. Erik has been a sports fan all his life and currently works for UMD's school newspaper, The Statesmen, as a sports reporter. For the Huskies, it's his first season with the organization and will be focusing on broadcasting.
2017 Video Crew