Our mission is to give every player who participates in a NO DOUBT Showcase Camp the opportunity to be seen by and learn from coaches from around the area, state, and country. We believe all players deserve the chance to improve their baseball and softball skillset. Our showcase camps will give them that opportunity.
Gregg Sadowski has been involved with High school, college, and travel baseball since graduating from Rochester University in 2004. Coaching and training baseball and softball players in hitting and fielding at all 3 levels has given him the knowledge and tools to help them achieve their goals of playing in college and beyond. Many of the players that he has coached and trained have enjoyed or are now enjoying very successful college careers! A fifteen-year veteran teacher in Utica Schools, Gregg carries a Bachelors in Science from Rochester University where he played 4 seasons of baseball (99-03). A background in education gives Gregg the ability not only to help players from an athletic perspective, but from an educational perspective as well. He is also the High School State Director for USSSA which allows players that participate in any NO DOUBT Showcase the unique opportunity to use the many resources that USSSA baseball and softball have to offer to help them succeed! Gregg is excited to be working with potential college and professional players and helping them achieve both their athletic and educational dreams!
Simonis coached at Wayne State University in 2019 and 2020 where he oversaw the infielders for the Warriors. Wayne State baseball had its best defensive season ever in 2019, posting a .972 fielding percentage. The Warriors won 35 games in 2019, which is the second most all-time. WSU finished the season ranked 25th in the nation. Before coaching at Wayne State University, Simonis coached at Rochester High School and founded Michigan's Premier in 2014, a travel baseball organization that has developed many college baseball players. He was an Intern Strength and Conditioning Coach at Oakland University where he worked with the baseball, basketball, track, and swim teams. He also completed a practicum where he shadowed Director of Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning, Mike Favre, at The University of Michigan. Simonis earned a masters degree in Sports Administration from Wayne State University in 2019. He earned his undergraduate degree at Rochester University in 2014 where he played baseball for the Warriors.
Matt Fenech has developed baseball and softball players across the state of Michigan. Matt earned his Bachelors in Health Sciences at Rochester College in 2015 while playing baseball. He also coached baseball at the high school, NAIA and Division 1 levels during his coaching career. During his tenure coaching summer travel baseball, he has worked with hundreds of athletes by assisting them through a step-by-step recruiting program. Each player that has completed the process has committed to a college/university to play the game that they love! His passion for helping young adults achieve their goals is what NO DOUBT is all about, and he brings this opportunity to all levels of competition.