Welcome and thank you for considering Lutheran Baseball for your son!
As a program, our goal is to glorify Jesus Christ through the game of baseball. Our mission is to provide the best possible environment in which to excel daily in the classroom and on the playing field and to use the game of baseball as a tool to educate, promote and instill the qualities necessary to succeed in the game of life. Our standard of excellence is built on a foundation of commitment, discipline, teamwork, and pride. Our baseball program emphasizes the importance of the student-athlete priorities: (1) Faith, (2) Family, (3) Academics, (4) Baseball
Program Standards/The Lion Way:
Summer informational Meeting Date: May 2nd, 2018 6:00 pm at Lutheran High School.
Summer program overview: The season starts the week after Memorial Day. The boys will work out at Lutheran in the weight room Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - 10:30 am. We will play games everyday Thursday-Sunday. One of those days will be a doubleheader. We will play until the end of July. It will be around 35 to 45 games with a tournament at the end of the season.
This summer program is very important to the strength of our program. The quicker we can get the boys into our system and have them start developing relationships with each other the better. We are big on developing relationships that will last a lifetime here are at Lutheran.
Cost of the program will be discussed at the Informational meeting.
The ideal situation would be to have your son play on a spring baseball team and play with that team through Memorial Day weekend. Then come on our summer team full-time. If he does play travel ball that is fine but the more opportunities he has here at Lutheran the easier it is to evaluate him. We put a high value on kids that commit to our program and our way of doing things.
Please complete the form if you are interested in Lutheran Baseball.
Thank you for your interest in Lutheran Baseball and I look forward to hearing from you. Please feel free to reach out to me anytime.
Coach Seth Sorensen
God Bless and GO LIONS!