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Welcome to the Land Shark Travel Baseball and Softball program. Our indoor facility is the School of Hard Knocks in Niles, MI. We are an organization committed to the development of youth players rather than the accumulation of plastic trophies. We've found, though, that the more we focus on development, the more wins we get! Please come join the best staff of instructors and travel coaches in the Michiana area.
Our travel program features:
Dedicated indoor facility, our own outdoor fields, clinics, complete training and flexible tournament schedules for all levels of player. These fees include uniforms, hats, insurance, and 11-12 tournaments for the 14U and under / 5-6 tournaments for HS ages. Average costs for 9U - 14U under $950/player and our HS teams are under $1,100 per player for 2020.
As ordered by Governor Gretchen Whitmer of the state of Michigan as part the shut down of restaurants/bars, gymnasiums, fitness centers and indoor sports facilities; the School of Hard Knocks Indoor training facility will be closed to the public starting at 3pm, Monday, March 16th through Monday, March 30th. All practices, open gym time and lessons are cancelled during this period of time. There should be no entry to the building without prior permission from the Jim Robinson and John Baxter.
Jaccar Watkins will be taking his talents to Saginaw Valley State next year. He is a senior at Adams HS in South Bend and has spent many years in the Land Sharks program. This is a young man that has excelled on and off the field! Please join us in congratulating Jaccar and his family.
Makayla Antus (14U Softball) had an exciting holiday as she traveled to Sanford, FL to participate in the All American games. She played at the Boombah Sports Complex in Siminole County. She will be a feature player on our 14U team in 2020.
Congrats to the 2019 Driveline class! This is the largest class we have ever taught and the level of dedication is impressive!
Joining the 90 MPH club this week was Rex Kirchenstein with a pull down of 90MPH. Out top velocity continues to be Nate Kelly at 95MPH!
Ryan Watt, a 2020 P from Mishawaka High School, has committed to continue his academic and baseball career at Western Michigan University. Congratulations to Ryan and his family.
Land Shark coaches, make sure you have communicated uniform fitting times to your parents.