Keith Beck - 18U
Coach Beck has been in coaching fastpitch softball for 15 years, the last 4 years have been with the Michigan Outlaws Organization, he has also been an assistant varsity coach for Holly High School for 3 years.
"My primary focus for all my players are the fundamentals of the game. My goal for every player I coach, regardless of a players talent level, is to help them consistently improve with every practice, game and tournament in which they participate. I pride myself as a coach to be able to motivate my players to be the absolute best they can be. The most important thing for me is a team focus for every player, never has any single player won or lost game, we all make mistakes what defines a team isn't the mistake made but how they react."
Coach Beck's teams consistently play at the highest softball levels and
college exposure tournaments. As a 2nd year 18u team they will be focusing only a summer tournaments this year, and are looking forward to another successful season.
Eric Carlson - 16U
Coach Carlson has been coaching fastpitch with the Michigan Outlaws for 7 years. The most satisfying part of coaching to him is getting to watch the growth year round due to the players' hard work and dedication on fundamental and competitive skills.
Coach Carlson has mentored players from a young age for travel ball and assisted in preparing them for high school and college softball.
Coach Carlson said "We have a very exciting sport that I am fortunate to be a part of and look forward to another competitive, dedicated and fun year ahead."
Brent Hayward - 16U
Coach Hayward has coached in the organization for 3 years. He Played D1 Baseball , Drafted and played in New York Mets Organization.
Coach Hayward is planning a highly competitive season at college exposure tournaments and will work with all the players for college recruitment opportunities. Coach Hayward enjoys teaching the game and working with athletes who want to work hard in a competitive environment.
Jamarl Eiland - 16U
Coach Eiland has coached Baseball, Football, and Softball (Fastpitch) for the past 30 years! He recently said " Wow can't believe I am saying that, but coached my first team as a 20 year old college student-athlete home for the summer."
Coach Eiland's coaching goal is to give my players 100 percent effort on my part at all practices and games, in return I expect 100 percent effort from all players and coaches. Coach Eiland stresses the mental development of his players, because at this level, everyone can hit a fastball, catch a fly-ball, or field a grounder, but it is the players preparation and effort that so often dictates their success.
Coach Eiland is dedicated to his players and It is important to him that players he coaches become better players, teammates, and most importantly they become more thoughtful and passionate about the opportunity they have to play this great game. He stresses to his players to give 100 percent every time they show up, and everything else will take care of itself.
Coach Eiland participants in competitive tournaments, college showcases etc. He continues to work with his players for college recruiting tools and opportunities.
Scott Culver - 14U
Coach Scott Culver brings over 13 years of coaching and instructing experience back to the Outlaws program. Scott has been with the organization 4 years and his team aged out.
His Michigan Outlaws team won multiple tournaments over the years while competing at the highest level in PGF state and national tournaments. Culvers Outlaws team had 8 young ladies that wanted to play in college and all of them earned scholarships.
Coach Scott is also the Holly varsity softball coach where he helped the program win a league title for the first time in 40 years thus earning him coach of the year honors.
Coach Scott is committed to teaching fundamentals and helping young athletes achieve all their softball goals whether it be winning tournaments or playing in college.
Todd Brigmon - 14U
Coach Brigmon has had Baseball and Softball as a huge part of his family’s lives. He has played 9 years of travel baseball as a catcher, 6 years coaching travel baseball, and 3 years coaching travel softball.
Coach Brigmon's 12U travel team finished the 2018-2019 season with a USSSA state rank of 9th with a 49-18-2 record including a birth to the USSSA Great Lakes National Championship in Battle Creek. Coach Brigmon's 2019-2020 14u team finished the season with a record of 12-4.
Coach Brigmon values teamwork and a competitive mindset and expects athletes to work hard and give 110%. Coach Brigmon's team will train hard, expand their knowledge of the game and develop the skills to compete at the highest levels.
The team trains year round utilizing the organizations indoor facilities through the winter. The team will play a highly competitive season and prepare for college exposure through training and tounaments.
Will Russell - 12U
Coach Russell has been with the Outlaw Organization since 2016. He is passionate about coaching and the game. He strives to create a competitive environment for his team.
Coach Russell expects his team to work hard and give 100% at practice and games. He believes in building a team bond and to play as a team not as individuals.
Larry Sirls - 11U
This is Coach Sirl's 3rd year of coaching for the Michigan Outlaws. He brings a wealth of softball knowledge and resources to the organization. For over twenty years, he has been coaching softball, mostly USSSA/GSL. During his tenure he has led many teams to highly successful seasons. In USSSA, he earned 8 State and 2 National Titles and has earned top 5 in Worlds five times. He has also earned several NSA titles.
This past season, the 10U Sirls team played in 11 tournaments in Michigan and Ohio and scrimmaged 10 times. They also held 50 practices between September and July. Team Sirls met via Zoom weekly during the entire quarantine to ensure team bonding and cohesiveness for these young players. During tournament play, Sirls led these young ladies to 2 tournament championships and will end the season well over 500 with 2 more tournament championships in site.
Sirls brings a wealth of resources to the table. At the majority of practices, he has a seasoned hitting coach, catching coach and/or fielding coach. These resources are former and current collegiate and world champion players and add no additional cost to parents, thanks to the fundraising that Sirls does for his own team.
|Gillian Cohoon - 10U Developmental|
Alexis Aguilar - Developmental (Pitching)
Alexis Aguilar has played softball for 17 years. She played travel ball for her entire career. She was a four year varsity player at Lake Orion High School and went on to play two years at the collegiate level, where she led her team to nationals. Over the years, she has had a lot of success, gained a ton of knowledge and experience through pitching. Alexis loves working with young athletes and is so excited to share the knowledge and skills she has learned.
She has a passion for helping others reach their goals and expanding her knowledge. She is excited to see how much these young athletes progress over the next few months.