Strive 365 offers year-round training for athletes of all ages. Our core focus is on giving athletes a competitive edge by offering training sessions with our instructors.

Scott Lawson

  • MLB Career – Detroit Tigers
  • University of Georgia Baseball
  • 2001 SEC Conference Champion Team
  • Assistant Coach, Rose Hulman Institute of Technology
  • Varsity Coach, Terre Haute North Vigo High School

Scott is a 1997 graduate of Terre Haute North Vigo High School. He attended John A. Logan Community College and the University of Georgia where he played baseball. In 2001, the University of Georgia were SEC conference champions and went on to play in the College World Series. The Detroit Tigers drafted Scott in 1998 where he played 3 years in the frontier league for the Kalamazoo Kings and Dubois County Dragons.
Scott was head baseball coach at Rose Hulman Institute of Technology from the 2010 season through the 2013 season. He posted a 99-68 record in those 4 seasons. During his time at Rose Hulman, he lead his team to 1 conference championship, 1 conference tournament championship and an NCAA Regional. Scott is currently the head Junior Varsity coach at Terre Haute North Vigo High School.
Scott holds an Associate’s Degree from John A. Logan Community College and a Bachelor’s Degree in sports business from the University of Georgia. Scott currently resides in Terre Haute with his wife Kristy and their two children, Kate and Parks.

Lenny Leclercq

  • MLB Career – Milwaukee Brewers
  • West Vigo High School Baseball
  • All County and All Conference in 2002 | 2003| 2004

Lenny Leclercq played baseball at West Vigo High School in Terre Haute, Indiana. He was named All County and All Conference in 2002, 2003, and 2004. He played on the First Team All-State in 2004. Lenny then went on to be drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 11th round in 2004. His drive and ambition to this sport is prominent. He’s always had a true passion for baseball, and has always inspired to take his knowledge and skills from the field and help develop the proper mechanics while continuing to build necessary strengths.

McKenzie McGregor

  • Wabash Valley College Baseball
  • 2 Time Conference Champion Team
  • Terre Haute South Vigo Baseball
  • Single Season and Career Home Run Records
  • 3 time All-Conference Selection
  • 4 time All-Wabash Valley Selection
  • Indiana Force, Indiana Terror and the Terre Haute Lady Rex
  • Coach – Junior Varsity Softball, Terre Haute South High School.

McKenzie McGregor has had a passion for softball since she was 8 years old. She played travel softball from the ages of 8 to 18. McKenzie played on travel teams such as Indiana Force, Indiana Terror and the Terre Haute Lady Rex. In high school, she was a 4 year starter at Terre Haute South playing 1st base and catching. While playing at THS, McGregor set the single season and career home run records, along with being a 3 time all-conference selection, and four time all-Wabash Valley selection. She held the highest team BA 3 of her 4 years at THS, and won the teams defense player of the year her senior year. After graduating from THS in 2014, McKenzie attended Wabash Valley College for 2 years and was the starting 1st baseman. While at WVC, the Warriors were 2 time conference champions. In 2015, WVC played in the NJCAA World Series in St. George, UT where they finished 7th in the nation. After graduating from WVC in 2016 McKenzie moved back to Terre Haute where she is currently a Senior as a Recreational Therapy major. Along with being a full-time student she is also in her 2nd year of coaching Junior Varsity softball at Terre Haute South High School.

Mike Rogers

  • University of Arkansas Baseball
  • Baseball All-Conference – 2002 |2003 | 2004
  • West Vigo High School – 4 Year Varsity Baseball

Mike Rogers graduated from West Vigo High School in 2004. Mike excelled in high school to be a four year Varsity letterman, and three year all conference in baseball. He then went on to get his associate’s degree at Lincoln Trail. While attending LTC he played baseball for two years under the now current coach at ISU, Mitch Hannis. After graduation, Mike aspired to continue his baseball career, and did so at the University of Arkansas Little rock, where he graduated with his Health Science degree.
Mike moved back to Terre Haute, Indiana where he currently resides with his wife and son.

Brady Scott

  • Over 10 years of coaching Fast Pitch Softball
  • Coach, ASA Gold National Championship Team
  • Coach, PGF Championship Team

Brady Scott has over 10 years of coaching and instructing in the game of fast pitch softball.  He has coached in ASA Gold National Championships as
well as PGF Championships.  He has also worked with many current collegiate players playing at all levels of college softball. His areas of specialty are hitting and slapping as well as defense. Brady looks forward to improving the game and development of players in the Wabash Valley.

Brady Shoemaker

  • Drafted By the Chicago White Sox
  • 2011 Mid-Season and Post Season All-Star
  • 2011 and 2012 Milb Organizational All-Star
  • 2012 Carolina/California League Homerun Derby Winner
  • 2014 Double A Mid Season All-Star
  • 2006 Graduate of Northview High School
  • 2005 IHSAA Offensive player of the year
  • 2006 Baseball and Football 4A All-State
  • 2006 NJCAA All-American
  • Post 346 American Legion World Series Runner-Up
  • 2007 NJCAA All-American
  • 2009 Indiana State 1st Team All Conference
  • Drafted By the Chicago White Sox
  • Appalachian League Post Season All-Star
  • 2011 Mid-Season and Post Season All-Star
  • 2011 and 2012 Milb Organizational All-Star
  • 2012 Carolina/California League Homerun Derby Winner
  • 2014 Double A Mid Season All-Star
  • Southern League Champions
  • 2015 Triple A New Orleans Zephyrs
  • 2016 Miami Marlins Big League Camp Invite
  • 2017 American Association Rawlings Player of the Month (June)
  • 8 Year Professional Career Season Stats include:
    • Hits – 846
    • 2B – 190
    • HR – 103
    • RBIs – 480
    • BB – 405
    • SO – 646
    • BA – .289
    • OBP – .385
    • OPS – .850

Pat Tingley

  • MLB Career – Minnesota Twins
  • Coach, Primetime Baseball Academy
  • Coach, West Point Army Academy Baseball
  • Indiana State University Baseball
  • Vincennes University Baseball

Pat Tingley is a graduate of Paris High School. Tingley played one season at Vincennes University before transferring to Indiana State University for the remainder of his collegiate career. In his first year with the Sycamores, Tingley finished with 25 appearances on the mound. The following season, the left handed relief pitcher led the Sycamores in ERA and K:walk ratio. Following his stellar junior year on the bump, Pat was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 42nd round of the 2001 Major League Draft. Pat contributes his success and accomplishments to his ISU pitching coach, Mitch Hannahs. Pat continues to use Coach Hannahs philosophies in his approach with the players he works with and instructs today. Two years ago, Pat created the Primetime Baseball Academy where he continues his instruction. As a coach, Tingley has found success. Tingley coached a 15 year old team that reached the World Series in Omaha, Nebraska. Tingley has coached for his alma mater, Paris High School, as well as assisting with the West Point Army Academy Baseball camp held in New York. Pat emphasizes the importance of the mental aspect of the game in his teachings and lessons. Tingley also implements individualized methodical throwing programs, which are designed to improve arm strength, and most importantly, teach proper mechanics.

Tyler Wampler

  • MLB Career – Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Indiana State University Baseball
  • MVC All-tournament team 2011
  • Hitting Coach – Indiana State University
  • Head Coach – Terre Haute Rex

Tyler Wampler graduated from West Vigo High school in 2010. He then went on to play for Indiana State University as a four year starter. His achievements include, MVC All-tournament team 2011, Second Team All-conference 2012, First Team All-conference 2014, MVC Defensive Player of the Year 2014, and Brooks Wallace Award Finalist 2014. Tyler also played on the Terre Haute Rex in the summer of 2013. He finished fourth in the league in batting AVG. (.341). After college, he was drafted in the 17th round by the Los Angeles Dodgers. Tyler then went on to help coach for Indiana State University as an infield and hitting volunteer assistant coach from 2015 to 2016. He’s currently entering his third year as the head coach for the Terre Haute Rex.