DELANEY HUNDLEY, Community Relations/Customer Service: Delaney Hundley is ready to join her fellow Copeland Crazies for a second season! She serves as a direct contact for season ticket holders, and during the season her duties will include overseeing the daily operations of the ticket office, Logger for a Day, selling raffle tickets, and more! She is going to be beginning her senior year at UWL this fall, and is majoring in Sport Management with a minor in Ethnic and Racial Studies. 

Originally from Kenosha, WI, Delaney is not unfamiliar to long weekends at the diamond. She grew up playing travel softball, and also worked for the Kenosha Kingfish of the Great Lakes Division of the Northwoods League for four seasons. Delaney is a Wisconsin sports fan through and through, as she maintains a close eye on all things Badgers, Bucks, Packers, and Brewers. When she is not at the ballpark, you can find Delaney hammocking, hiking, or kayaking in and around La Crosse. She is ready and excited to provide the Logger faithful with an awesome fan experience this season!


CARTER RICCO, Season Ticket Activation/Customer Service: Carter Ricco is in his first season with the Loggers, and will spend the spring and summer in a season ticket activation/customer service intern role. He grew up in Menomonee Falls, Wis., where he played baseball from preschool through high school. Growing up just 20 minutes from Miller Park, he was able to attend many Brewer games which helped increase his passion and love for baseball. He is currently a junior attending the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse where he is on track to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance in spring of 2021. 

In his free time, Carter loves to either be outdoors or to be doing some kind of physical activity. His favorite physical activities include lifting, longboarding, and frisbee golf. Carter also loves going to the bluffs to see sunsets. He is excited that he will be experiencing his first summer in La Crosse this year!


DANI MESTELLE, Inside Ticket Sales: Dani Mestelle is in her first season with the Loggers, and will spend the spring and summer in an inside ticket sales and customer service intern role. She grew up in Eau Claire, Wis., where she was a four-year letterwinner in both ice hockey and softball for Eau Claire Memorial. Having played softball from a young age and continuing her career collegiately, she developed a love for the ballpark. She is currently a senior attending the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse double majoring in Finance and Marketing and minoring in Economics. She plans on graduating in Fall 2020. 

Dani also coaches softball at Onalaska High School during the spring and works part-time as a server at Pogreba Restaurant in La Crosse. When she is not working or studying, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family as well as traveling and days up at the lake. Her favorite travel destination so far has been Austin, Texas!


COLTON REYNOLDS, Inside Ticket Sales: Colton Reynolds is entering his first season with the Loggers, where he will serve as an inside ticket sales representative for the spring and summer. He is a senior at UW-La Crosse, majoring in Finance with a minor in economics, and plans to graduate in December. 

A lifelong baseball fan, Colton pitched and played centerfield for the Cassville Comets, winning three straight regional championships while in high school. Colton enjoys weightlifting, playing video games and exploring the Mississippi River. He is excited to get to know all of the Loggers faithful during a fun season at Copeland Park!


BRYANNA PETERSON, Social Media: Bryanna Peterson is in her first season with the Loggers, and will spend the Spring and Summer promoting the players on social media. Currently she is in her Junior year at Winona State University and is majoring in a hybrid degree of graphic design and business and marketing. She will be graduating in the Spring of 2021 with three awesome internships under her belt. Her duties include creating graphics of the players, designing promotional material, and running the video board at the games.

 Bryanna grew up on a farm in a small town of Minnesota called Trimont. She loves spending her time outdoors and doing activities such as hiking, swimming, and rock climbing. Most of her athletic abilities come from her years of gymnastics. With her passion for sports, she is looking forward to a new experience with the Loggers at the ballpark!