Coach Robeson is the Director of Softball for Turnin2 Softball and has held this position since the very beginning back in 2013. He is also the Co-Owner of the Turnin2 Training Center.
Coach Robeson has had the opportunity & blessing to be able to coach female athletes from the early ages of 5 & 6 all the way up to the 18u level.
Coach Robeson says, I've always enjoyed the game of baseball ( now fastpitch softball ) for as long as I can remember!! Whether it was playing catch in the back yard with childhood friends or destroying the siding on the family home using a tennis ball to play catch with myself. :-) During my HS years, I had the honor and privilege to learn the game of baseball while playing for Hall of Fame High School Head Coach Wayne Welton who is currently the Director of Baseball Operations for the University of Michigan baseball program. Coach Welton taught me to always respect the game and that the little things were the bigs things, details mattered!! Under his tutelage I was able to excel on the field and as a senior was blessed to be named to the MHSAA Dream Team 1st team All State.
I have a tremendous passion and desire for teaching and helping young women reach their personal best while personally continuing to learn and share my knowledge and experiences with others. I've enjoyed having the opportunity to learn by being an asst coach which is a role that I am currently serving in for Hartland HS. I am also serving as the head coach for our 16u Turnin2 National team. All in all, I have been coaching in some capacity for over 10 years now and have helped many kids pursue and obtain their dream of playing collegiate softball which is very exciting and rewarding. Those who know me best would probably describe me as a fierce competitor who expects his players to give nothing short of their best at all times and to compete every pitch and to never cheat the game or themselves.
Coach Robeson currently resides in Hartland, MI with his wife Jennifer ( the glue and foundation ) and two daughters Brianna and Delaney. Brianna is currently a Sophomore at the University of Toledo and student athlete playing softball for Coach Abraham. Delaney is a Junior at Hartland HS and has verbally committed to play softball at Kent State University where she will enter in the fall of 2021 to play for Coach Oakley and his staff.
It's truly an honor to represent #T2nation!
McKenzie Long is a former Michigan State softball player who started in over 200 career games. She spent the 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 annals with 78 career walks and ranks twelfth in all-time hits with 187.
Throughout her career, Mckenzie was a two-time member of 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 with 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.
McKenzie 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. She is passionate about developing a culture for young women to thrive confidently on and off the field. She specializes in hitting, slapping, fielding, confidence building and team building. Her core values are integrity, passion, resiliency, and competitiveness.
Sept. 12-13th • Action Sports Elite Invite (Dayton, OH)
Sept. 19-20th • King of the Hill ( Crown Point, IN )
Oct. 24 - 25th • Demarini Elite Fall Showcase ( Westfield, IN )
Oct. 30th - Nov 1st • Top Gun Invitational ( Parkville, MO )
Nov. 21-22nd • Birmingham Thunderbolts 5 Star Fall Exposure (Birmingham, AL)
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