Director of Training • Softball Instruction
Career Records (MSU)
McKenzie Long is a former Michigan State softball player who started over 200 career games. She spent majority of her playing career at shortstop and batting second in the lineup. She had a career batting average of .314 and scored 118 career runs (sixth all-time at MSU). She also ranks sixth in the MSU annuals with 78 career walks and ranks twelfth in all-time hits with 187. Throughout her career, McKenzie was a 2-time member of the team’s leadership council and was also a representative of softball on the Michigan State College Advisory Board. She graduated with high honors with a bachelors of arts in both Criminal Justice and Psychology and was an NFCA scholar athlete and Big Ten Distinguished Scholar in 2016 while making the academic all Big Ten Team in 2016, 2017 and 2018. In 2017 she was the Big Ten sportsmanship award winner. She was also an active member in Athletes in Action where she was part of the leadership team.
She grew up in Southern California where she has an older brother and younger sister. She enjoys being outdoors, working out, and hanging out with her golden retriever puppy, Brody. McKenzie is passionate about developing a culture for young women to thrive confidently on and off the field. She specializes in hitting, slapping, fielding, confidence and team building. Her core values are integrity, passion, resiliency and competitiveness.
Please contact McKenzie directly to schedule a lesson