Biography of Baseball Instructor Bryan Milburn

Bryan is the Owner, Director of Baseball and Softball Operations and a instructor of baseball and softball at All Aspects. Bryan has been coaching in the CAYBSA for 12 years and is the current President of the CAYBSA (Crete Area Youth Baseball Softball Association 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016). Bryan has coached a "in house" spring baseball team (11 years), a spring & summer part time Sunday travel Crete Cyclone team the past 8 years.  2013 Manager of 14u Crete Cyclones full time travel baseball team. 2015 Manager of the All Aspects Triple-A high school fall team which finished 10-4 and 2nd place in league tournament on Sat Ho Chunk League. Bryan was elected President of the Will/Kan Baseball League 2014, 2015 & 2016. 


Graduate of Thornwood High School ('87) where he lettered in basketball and varsity baseball. Senior year hitting .418 playing 3rd base & outfield. Leading the team in stolen bases. Prior to coaching, Bryan played 20 years of competitive men’s softball in the south suburbs of Chicago. Competing in ASA & NSA National and Regional sanctioned tournaments. Teams such as Thornton Legion, Gypsies, Slammers, Lookouts, Chaos and Commission. Traveling to National tournaments in CA, TX, AL, GA(2), SC, IL(20), IN(6), MI(3), MN, WI, KY, FL and KS. Capturing over 60 League Championships, 15 qualifying State Championships, 10 State Championships, 1 Super State Championship, 4 top five NSA World Series and 5 top ten National Championships.

2002 Chaos team finished 3rd out of 120 teams in FL. Selected to second All Tournament Team.

2004 Chaos team finished 4th out of 70 teams in SC.

Having the ability to play all positions on the field inspired Bryan to name the academy All Aspects to cover "All Aspects of the game".


A instructor is a teacher and trainer. Identifying educational goals, organizing information, develop lesson plans, provide learning stimulus and monitor the progress of each athlete. Especially in young players, I seek to create and maintain an effective learning environment. The rate of retention can be as low as 10% when only one style or instructional approach is used. By using a diverse approach, retention is significantly increased, learning is accelerated, and the player’s preparedness is improved. I consciously tailor drills to suit a player’s age and ability-level because I am committed to helping young players succeed and enjoy this wonderful game of baseball & softball.




Skip Moore:          Master Baseball Instructor 

Drafted by the Phillies in 1992 this Mount Carmel graduate brings a vast knowledge to the table with 8 years play in the big leagues. Hitting is Skips expertise but also can work with pitchers, fielders and catchers. 
Tom Hansen:         Baseball Hitting, Pitching, Fundamental Instructor 
Over 24 years expeirence. Coaching,  instructing hundreds of players both baseball and softball to excel and take the next step in their game. 

Brett Summers:       Baseball Pitching Instructor

A former Chicago Cubs pitcher, Brett is the current pitching coach for Lake Central HS which won the 2012 Indiana 4A State Championship. Coach Summers brings a lot of experience and knowledge about the recruiting process from his playing days. A former top 100 prospect and All-American throwing 96 mph, he was drafted by the New York Yankees out of high school, but chose to play in college first. After playing at the University of VA and South Suburban College in the JUCO World Series, he was drafted again out of college by the Chicago Cubs. Brett is co-owners of Apex Baseball high school travel program.



Jeff Boehm:       Baseball Hitting, Infield, Outfield, Fundamental Instructor

Bio coming soon!!!


Chris Moore:       Baseball Pitching Instructor

Chris has over 10 years expeirence as an instructor and has worked with the Jackie Robinson West baseball organization. Drafted by the Padres.


Sam Antkiewicz:         Catcher Instructor

Thornwood High School Baseball 1987-1991: Catcher 
All Conference Selection 1990, 1991
All Area Selection 1991
Illinois State Champions 1991

Valparaiso University Baseball 1991-1995 Catcher 
Team Captain 1995
All Conference Selection 1995
Selected Team MVP 1995

Competitive Men’s Slow-Pitch Softball 1998 to Present

Ted Bartnik: Baseball Instructor

Pitching, Hitting, Fielding, Fundamentals and Strong Arm

Grew up in Coal City IL where I played Soccer, Basketball, and Baseball. Was team captain for both Soccer and Baseball.
Played for Ilinois Valley Community College where I hit .496 good for sixth in the nation for batting average. Also was named to the All Area team and was team captain. Lead the team in triples, doubles, hits, rbis, and runs scored.
Played for Lewis University where I was a part time infielder and closer. Named to the All-Academic GLVC team, and lead the team in saves each year. During my senior year I posted a 2.3 era with 6 saves and 3 wins.
Currently playing the Midwest Suburban Men's League in Chicago. Last year I was the league MVP and Cy Young award winner while making the All-Star Team. 

 Anthony Olund:       Hitting Instructor

 Anthony attended Lake Central High School where he was a three-time varsity letter winner, a three-time Sectional Champion, and held the school’s single season hits record. Anthony was a High School All-Conference and All-State standout. As a result of an outstanding senior season, he was also selected to represent the North in the North/South All-Star game. He was recognized in ESPN’s Rise Magazine and won Hoosier Diamond All-American honors. Anthony participated in the Under Armour ‘Dodger Town’ experience, which led him to be selected as an Under Armour All-American. Anthony played collegiate baseball at Vincennes University and helped lead the team to the school’s first College World Series appearance. After 2 standout seasons at Vincennes, he transferred to Savannah College of Art and Design to continue his collegiate career. After a season in Savannah, he finished his collegiate career at Purdue North Central where he received conference honors and conference Gold Glove award. Anthony looks forward to devoting his time and efforts into creating well-rounded ballplayers that reflect the passion and knowledge of his baseball philosophy.

Robert "Bobby" Mehorczyk:

Director of Speed, Agility, Stability, Power, Strength andConditioning.

Graduate of Western Illinois and President of Bobby Bear Fun and Fitness. Partner of QFS (Quicker, Faster, Stronger). Holds clinical certifications as an excercise specialist in cardiac rehab and currently certified in the fitness field.

Bobby bear fun and fitness was started to correct lifestyles at a very young age.  Childhood obesity is at an all time high and many adults are struggling to maintain a healthy weight.  Disease in children and adults can be corrected by changing lifestyle and implementing education on fitness and nutrition.  Our goal is to ensure an impact on changing our children and the disease trends with exercise and nutrition. bobby bear fun and fitness developed a curriculum that produces healthier and happier individuals.  We strive to Excel with Energy!

Bobby bear fun and fitness follows their own curriculum for cardiovascular strength training.  This programming involves education along with vigorous activity.  We use themes that change week to week along with exercise and nutrition words.  The curriculum changes every week for an entire year.  Every team member of bobby bear fun and fitness is certified “The bobby bear way” to promote our focus for fitness, nutrition and education with care and compassion.  We are changing the world one child at a time! 



Alexandria (Alex) Lagesse Softball Instructor

Fast Pitch, Hitting, Fielding, Fundamentals

Alex brings 14 years of competitive experience at the national and international levels leading teams to conference, national or state championships on the Collegiate, Amateur Softball Association, Illinois High School Association and Illinois Elementary Association levels.

A 2012 graduate of Valparaiso University with a degree in Sports Management and a minor is Business, the All Horizon League performer led the Crusaders to its first NCAA tournament appearance in program history in 2012.  She currently holds program records in single season wins, career wins and career strike outs,  holds top 5 spots in 11 of 14 pitching categories and is in the top 10 in all remaining statistical categories. 

 A Presidential Academic Honoree while at Valpo, Lagesse spent 4 months after graduating playing and coaching in Europe where she led the Saint Poelten Pee Wees to a birth in the European Softball Championships.

Alex 2013 season as the pitching coach at Saint Joseph's College in Renssalear, Indiana.

2014 on coaching staff at Valparaiso Universitys softball team. Currently doing a internship in Florida over the 2014 summer. We wish Alex all the best while in Florida this summer.

2015/2016 Alex has accepted a coaching position for the University of Michigan. 


 Katie Hannagan


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Congratulations to Katie Hannagan. She has accepted the Head Coach position at Finlandia University in the UP of Michigan for the fall 2015 and 2016 season. Katie will be back periodically this fall/winter so book your lessons in advance to make sure you have a spot with Katie.

Katie was an assistant to Head Coach Amanda Jensen at University of St. Francis in Joliet, IL. Hannagan joined the USF coaching staff in the fall of 2012 after an impressive collegiate career at Olivet Nazarene University. Hannagan was a member of the ONU softball team from 2009-12 and helped lead the Tigers to a 191-60 record, three CCAC regular season and tournament championships, as well as three NAIA National Championship Tournament appearances. The Tigers averaged over 47 wins per year and were ranked in the Top 25 in each of her four seasons.

Hannagan was a two-time NFCA All-Great Lakes Region selection as a Tiger.  She was also a two-time All-CCAC pick, and was named CCAC Pitcher of the Year in both 2011 and 2012.  At the time of her graduation, Hannagan’s name appeared in eight different pitching records lists at ONU.  She finished her career ranking third in career games pitched (129) and base on balls average (1.21), ranking fourth in games started (109), complete games (88), innings pitched (738.2), and ranking fifth in career shutouts (21).  Hannagan posted a career win/loss record of 87-28 with a .756 winning percentage.  She excelled off the field as well, earning NAIA and NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete honors as a junior and senior.  She was also a three-time Academic All-CCAC selection. 

Hannagan, a native of Monee, Ill., graduated from Olivet Nazarene University in the spring 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education, along with a minor in Physical Education


BK Siedentopf:        Fast Pitch, Hitting, Infield/Outfield Instructor

BK brings over 20 years experience from playing travel, high school and collegiately as a pitcher and one hell of a hitter. Teaching fas pitch pitching, hitting, fielding and fundamentals of the softball game. 



Monica Harte:          Fast Pitch, Infield/Outfield Instructor

Monica brings sixteen years of experience to the plate. She played whole-heartedly from a young age, advancing to travel ball and the high school varsity team at Bloom. Monica made All-Conference and earned 110% awards in her high school career. She mostly pitched, although she has an abundance of experience in, fielding and the out field. Monica wants to share her knowledge and passion for the game with you. 

Jeff Earl:  Softball Hitting & Baseball Hitting and Fundamental Instructor 

Coached girls softball teams for over 15 years. Daughter played full time travel since 10 years old and is current pitcher at a Division III University in OH as a pitcher. Great hitting, fundamental and fast pitch pitching instructor.