Who are the Lannon Stonemen?

We are a select baseball organization based in Lannon, WI focused on developing kids between the ages of 7 and 17 years old that are in the Sussex Hamilton, Menomonee Falls, and neighboring school districts. We strive to be a high-quality organization that prepares our kids to play baseball at the high school level as well as to succeed for life after baseball.

Where do we play?

We have 3 beautiful fields (Dawson, Schneider and Joecks) which are located at Lannon Village Park (just north of Main Street on Lannon Road).

How many teams do you have?

Our core philosophy is based on starting with great coaches and focusing on development for the kids. We are NOT looking to be the biggest program but we strive to be one of the best. Our goal is to have 2 equally competitive teams at each age level.

What does it cost to be a Stonemen?

The registration fee for the 2023-2024 season is $795. As an organization, we strive to keep our fees among the lowest in the area while also ensuring our players get a first-class baseball experience.

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which ensures that any additional funds get invested back into our program.

Can my kid play other sports?

As for flexibility, we LOVE multi-sport athletes. What this means is that we encourage your kid to play other sports as long as you prioritize in-season games and don’t abuse missing practice time.

What other developmental opportunities are there for my kid?

The Stonemen organization puts a big emphasis on player development. Each year, we have position specific camps run by High School and College coaches for our Stonemen Players. The organization pays for these camps and they are free to attend.

How many games are played at each level?

Each team in the organization can expect to play 16-18 league games along with 3-4 tournaments (approximately 30 games). The organization then gives each team flexibility to add additional games/tournaments as they see fit.

When are tryouts, how are teams formed, when are parents notified and when is registration?

Team selection starts with dividing up our U7 teams accordingly based on number of kids at tryouts and levels of competitiveness. At U8 and after, approved head coaches have priority to their kids. Teams are not explicitly formed as A/B. The head coaches are given control as to what the makeup of their team will be. Early offers may be extended and tryouts occur at the end of July. After tryouts, any remaining roster spots are filled through a formalized process by the coaching staff. A written acceptance with a $200 down payment secures early offers and tryout offers. I

How are coaches selected?

In June, we have a formal coach’s evaluation as well as recruiting process to ensure we have as many high-quality coaches in place come tryouts in late July. Our focus is on a coaching staff with baseball experience but focused on a fun, developmental environment.

Do you send your kids to Cooperstown?

Yes and no. Our U11 team(s) run an annual fundraiser where such funds go towards the event that the coaches and parents agree to. This could be Cooperstown but it could also be Myrtle Beach, Pigeon Forge Tennessee, Kentucky, Wisconsin Dells or additional tournaments in the area.

What roles are on the board?

The Board of Directors is made up of a President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary. In addition, we have trustees who in combination with the Board have voting rights. Other roles include background checks, coach evaluations, fields, fundraising, indoor facility, parade, player development, registration, squirts, tryouts, uniforms & equipment and website, communications & social media.

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