Mayhem Diamond Academy

Mayhem Diamond Academy is designed to improve our athletes agility, fundamental and technical skills, and overall IQ of the game of baseball/softball.  Our academy currently offers threw 90 minutes sessions per week.  Space is limited…To sign up, use the link below and email to scott@steensportspark.com

Cost

Introductory Price:  $75/month*

Personalized Training (optional):  $30/hour  (This is in addition to your Steen Sports Park Membership)

* This is the introductory price while we get the program off the ground.  At this price, parents will be required to provide feedback to help improve the Academy.

When/Where

Steen Sports Park -Batting Cages

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday of Each Week

7:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Age

School age athletes

Coaches

Josh Moore:  D1 Baseball Player, Former High School Head Coach

Scott White:  D1 Baseball Player, Former Pitching Coach at Multiple High Schools Across Oregon

Dave Steen:  Founder and Visionary of Steen Sports Park, Former High School Head Coach, State Championship, Former College Coach

Meet the Instructors

Kaila Mick

Kayla Mick joins the Mayhem Diamond Academy Team of Instructors in her sophomore year as the starting shortstop for the Oregon Teach Softball Team.  As a freshman, Mick was named NAIA All-American, NFCA All-Region, 1st team all-CCC, and helped the Owls to a CCC Conference championship and a second place finish at the NAIA National Tournament.  Mick completed her freshman year hitting .389 with 74 hits 51 RBIs, 11 doubles, 5 triples and 7 home runs.

Mick graduated from Henley High School where she was the Oregon 4A state Co-Player of the Year in 2019 batting .569 with 62 hits, 24 doubles, 4 home runs, and 61 RBIs in her senior campaign.  Kaila was a Four-Time First Team All-Conference middle infielder for Henley as well as a three-time Conference Player of the Year and three-time First Team All-State 4A.  She helped lead the Hornets to the 4A State Championship in 2017 and runner-up finishes in 2018 and 2019.  In her junior year in 2018, she hit .581 with 61 hits, 14 doubles, and 9 home runs to go with 12 stolen bases.

Kaila will be instructing General Skills and Batting.

Josh Overstreet

Josh Overstreet joins the Academy’s talented staff as another extremely accomplished Basin athlete.  Overstreet graduated from Henley High School where he was instrumental in leading the Hornets to the legendary back-to-back State Championships in 2013 and 2014.  Overstreet was also a three-time All-Conference infielder and pitcher while at Henley.

Josh started his collegiate career at Lane Community College in Eugene before undergoing Tommy John Surgery.  He spent two seasons playing at Montana State University at Billings and finishing his final year of collegiate baseball at Oregon Tech.  Josh pitched and played corner infield through his career.

Overstreet spent a summer playing baseball in the West Coast League for the Klamath Falls Gems and two summers in the Expedition League for the Casper Horseheads in Wyoming.

Overstreet is the pitching and infield coast at Klamath Union High School.  He received his Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology from Oregon Tech and is currently working on his Masters.  Josh is a PE/Health teacher at Ponderosa Middle School where he is better known as Mr. Overstreet.

“Mr. Overstreet” will be instructing pitching, hitting, and general skills.

McKenna Armantrout

McKenna Armantrout joins the Mayhem Diamond Academy’s “A” list of instructors as a two-time 2nd team All-American for Oregon Tech.  A former Henley standout, the junior catcher for the Owls posted a .438 batting average posting 17 doubles and scoring 65 runs last season.  Kenna also went 8 for 8 on stolen base attempts and only struck out 8 times in 230 plate appearances.  In addition to her All-American accolades, Armantrout has appeared in two National Championship Tournaments and is a two-time Regional Player of the Year.

At Henley, Armantrout hit for a .475 average with 32 doubles, 8 triples, 9 home runs, and 107 RBIs.  She has a two-time Conference Player of the Year and a two-time All-State Catcher.  Armantrout was part of the great 2017 State Championship Hornet Team that posted an amazing 30-0 record.

During the off-season, Armantrout enjoys working as a wildland firefighter. Armantrout will be entering her senior year at Oregon Tech finishing her degree in Environmental Science.

McKenna will be instructing catching, general skills, and batting.