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, batting helmet and team baseball cards giveaway.Michael has been a financial adviser for more than 31 years retiring in October of 2017. He now spends full time with the Duluth Huskies.Michael 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.
Pastor Darrell Kyle
Darrell Kyle is returning for his second year as the chaplain for the Huskies. He is an avid baseball fan and was recently vindicated for his long-suffering devotion to the Chicago Cubs.Darrel is the pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Lake Nebagamon, Wi and a member of the Air National where he was recently deployed to Afghanistan.Darrell loves the game and its players and most enjoys coming out to spend time with the players and watch the games with his family.
Dylan Ashcraft, originally from Perham, MN, has been a resident of Duluth since 2010. Originally migrating to Duluth to attend UMD with an emphasis on communications and writing, Dylan met his wife-to-be, Shannon, in 2012 and the two wed in 2014. Together they have two children; Lyla (5) and Mila (2), with a son expected to join them in early November. They enjoy life in their northeast Duluth neighborhood where they settled in 2016. The Ashcrafts also love spending time culturing relationships in downtown Duluth with Hope City Church, a new church family nestled in the central hillside of the city where the couple enjoys leading worship together on occasion.
Dylan is a regional sales executive for City Auto Glass in Duluth. He enjoys building relationships with business owners in the northland and sharing his passion for the brand he represents. His favorite aspect of his job is how he gets to give back to the community he lives in through the various community groups and charities City Auto Glass has the privilege of working with.
Even though his life led him down a different career path, Dylan enjoys writing about the Miami Dolphins when he is not working or spending time with his family. A lifelong fan of the Dolphins, Dylan has had stints covering the team from a distance for The Bleacher Report, USA Today’s Dolphinswire, and most recently The Fin Addicts Network. Coupled with taking on the Staff Writer role for the Duluth Huskies in 2020/2021, Dylan is excited to “scratch the itch” that is covering the sports teams he loves!
Gameday Operations Intern
I am from the small northwestern town of Crookston, Minnesota, where I graduated in 2018. I grew up playing softball and continued through my varsity years as a three-sport athlete, also playing basketball and tennis. My love of baseball comes from my family’s passion for the game. Growing up, I traveled the country watching years of college baseball, at all levels, under my coaching step-dad.
After high school, I continued my education at the University of Minnesota Duluth, where I will receive both my B.S. in Sports Management and B.B.A in Marketing, graduating in December 2021. I am hoping to pursue my MBA in Sport Management in the coming year. At UMD, I work as an Intern for the Athletics Marketing & Events Department. I spend my free time enjoying fishing, hiking, skiing, watching sports, listening to country music, and traveling.
The 2022 season will be my first year with the Duluth Huskies. I am looking forward to an atmosphere surrounded by a passion for baseball and hardworking people driven for success! ROLL HUSKIES!
Gameday Operations Intern
Nicole Gilliland was born in Racine, Wisconsin and raised in Delano, Minnesota. She stayed busy playing lacrosse, soccer, and track and field, and was involved in many other extracurriculars. Currently Nicole is a senior at University of Minnesota Duluth majoring in Marketing and Graphic Design with a focus in sports. When she’s not in class or working, Nicole enjoys hanging out with friends, taking hikes with her dog, and drinking lots of coffee.
Working with the St. Paul Saints and UMD Athletic Department really secured her interest in being a part of the sports industry. This will be Nicole’s first season being apart of the Husky team and she is looking forward to help create another fun season for Husky fans.
Gameday Operations Intern
Korey Padilla is a Junior at New Mexico State University majoring in Kinesiology with plans to pursue a Masters Degree in Sports Management. He is from Dilia, New Mexico and a graduate of Santa Rosa High School. Korey is a student equipment manager for the New Mexico State football team and additionally will serve as a sports marketing intern this spring for New Mexico State Athletics. He enjoys playing golf, baseball, and basketball in his free time. Korey is looking forward to the opportunity to gain professional experience in the sports field this summer!
Nolan grew up in West Michigan and graduated from Byron Center High School in 2019. He is currently finishing up his junior year at Western Michigan University where he is studying Sport Management. Nolan works in the Western Michigan athletic ticket office and hopes to become a ticket manager for a Division 1 institution.
I am from the northern Minnesota town of Silver Bay where I attended and graduated from William Kelley H.S. Throughout my time at William Kelley I was a three sport athlete playing baseball, basketball, and football.
After high school I attended Lake Superior College in Duluth for a year to complete my generals. I then transferred to Minnesota State, Mankato to finish my Bachelors degree in Sports Management. When I have free time I like to spend it: watching sports, playing pick-up basketball, playing video games, and watching movies.
Broadcast Supervisor / Director / Producer
Shania was born and raised in Duluth, Minnesota and this will be her sixth season with the Huskies organization. She got to start with the Huskies as the lead intern for the broadcast production team in 2016, operating cameras and worked her way up to directing by the end of her first season. She has returned for the past five seasons as director and began her role as supervisor in the 2018 season.
Krause is a 2018 graduate from Lake Superior College with a Media Studies and Production degree, and an Associate of Arts degree. She enjoys spending time with her friends and family, and anything artistic, including singing, dancing, drawing, photography/videography.
In 2019 Shania and her broadcast team were awarded Webcasting Team of the Year. She is very proud of the hard work everyone put in and hopes to bring home another award in the 2021 season.
Shania is glad to be back at The Wade after not having a 2020 season and looks forward to helping the incoming interns polish their skills within the media field.
Cal Friedman is in his junior year at the University of Miami studying broadcast journalism and sports administration. Friedman grew up in South Florida, living in Jupiter, Florida for 16 years after moving to the Sunshine state from Chicago, Illinois. At Miami, Cal is one of the lead broadcasters for WVUM 90.5 F.M., UM’s student-run radio station, and has called over 60 games for Hurricanes Athletics. In addition, Cal is one of the anchors for UMTV’s “SportsDesk”, which airs live on Friday nights.
Being from a suburb of New York City, Max was raised as a die hard Yankees fan. His dad first introduced him to his love of baseball when he was five years old, and taught him the in’s and out’s of the sport. As he continued to grow up, Max took his father’s love of baseball and expanded on it. When applying for universities, Max knew that he eventually wanted to get a job in sports media covering baseball.
While attending The University of Wisconsin – Madison, Max joined the WSUM 91.7FM team as a sports talk show host. When given an offer to call games for the station, he couldn’t refuse. He gives play-by-play and color commentary for Wisconsin Men’s Hockey, Women’s Hockey, Men’s Basketball, and Football. Although the radio station was the first of his endeavours into sports media at college, it wouldn’t be his last. Shortly after joining WSUM, Max joined The Badger Herald as a beat writer covering women’s hockey, and was hired by Big Ten Plus as a student broadcaster. He plans to graduate from UW-Madison in 2023 with bachelor’s degrees in both Journalism and Communication Arts.
When looking ahead at summer 2022, Max is extremely excited to cover and work for The Huskies. He’s especially excited to work with an experienced broadcast team, as well as meet the players, coaches, staff, interns, and fans.
Wyatt Kopelman is a senior at the University of Miami studying sport administration and broadcast journalism. A native of New York City, he is a play-by-play broadcaster at WVUM 90.5 FM and an analyst on UMTV’s “SportsDesk” weekly show at Miami. There, he also serves as the sports editor of The Miami Hurricane. Prior to his experience with the Huskies, Kopelman worked for the Lakeshore Chinooks of the Northwoods League as a media relations intern during the 2021 season.
A 2022 graduate of UM, Kopelman arrives in Duluth, Minnesota, having broadcasted Miami Hurricanes baseball for two seasons at WVUM. He remains excited for the opportunity to broadcast with the Huskies for the 2022 season, while developing relationships throughout the ballclub. His passion for baseball itself dates back to watching New York Yankees legends Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera lift their team to the top of Major League Baseball during the latest pinnacle of baseball in The Bronx. Following the Huskies’ season, Kopelman intends to attend graduate school at Miami and pursue a graduate degree in journalism this fall.
I am Kyle Morrison! I was born and raised in Dublin, California, a suburb of San Francisco. I grew up with two loving parents; Teri and Dan, and a sister named Sara who is also my best friend. I grew up a Giants fan and got the privilege of growing up in the bay area as the Giants were winning championships. I vividly remember every single moment of the 2010, 2012, and 2014 World Series, and in many ways, those moments made me the baseball fan I am today.
I went to high school at Dublin High School where I won multiple team championships in cross country and track and made friends who changed my life forever. After high school, I moved up to Seattle where I became a journalism major at Seattle Pacific University. I joined the school newspaper, The Falcon, as soon as I stepped foot on campus. While working for The Falcon I’ve had the immense honor to wear many different hats and explore many different styles of media. I’ve been an editor, a staff writer, and a podcaster among other things. The projects I’ve completed over the last three years with The Falcon have created a passion for writing, broadcasting, and other media ventures.
Last summer I got my first baseball job as a scorekeeper for the Modesto Nuts. Although it was an hour commute to the ballpark everyday and the press box was small and stuffy, the experiences I had there truly made me realize that I wanted a career in baseball broadcasting. I hope working in Duluth will be the first step towards a successful baseball broadcasting career, and I am ecstatic for the opportunity to ride buses across the Midwest this summer and broadcast baseball games. Is it May 30 yet?
Social Media & Content Creation
Graphics / Social Media / Music
I grew up in Chanhassen, Minnesota which also happens to be the hometown of Prince. I was a dancer for 15 years and I played softball up until high school. The love for the sport of baseball not only came from playing softball, but it also came from being carted around to my older brother’s games. Currently, I am attending the University of Minnesota Duluth with a major in Marketing and Graphic Design. I am a proud member of Alpha Sigma Tau, a national sorority. When I am not at Wade Stadium this summer you could find me hanging out with my friends or hiking along the North Shore. I am looking forward to returning for my second season with the Duluth Huskies and as always, #rollskies!
Social Media / Marketing / Music
Hannah Stark grew up not far from Duluth in Esko, Minnesota where she graduated from Esko High School in 2018. She lives with her parents and two younger sisters in Esko, Minnesota. Hannah and her family also have a dog who loves to play fetch more than life itself.
After high school, stark attended the University of Minnesota Crookston where she played 2 years of Division II volleyball. In Spring of 2020 she transferred to the University of Minnesota Duluth where she is currently in her third year. She is pursuing a Marketing degree with a Professional writing minor. Stark also enjoys coaching club and high school volleyball at the local club in Duluth and at Esko High School. During her free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family and spending time outdoors at the lake or on hiking trails.
The spring 2021 season is Hannah’s first season interning with the Duluth Huskies. She is looking forward to gaining valuable knowledge of sports business and networking while also enjoying a sport she loves!