Juston Miller became the head coach of the Red Arrows in 2005. Red Arrows have averaged at least 20 wins per season since. Coach Miller has guided the Red Arrows to victory in more championships than all the other years combined. Academics are important to coach as well as the Arrows have been Academically All-State multiple times. The Red Arrows compete in west
Michigan in the OK White conference.
Coach Miller prepped as a player and a coach at Wyoming Park High School in Michigan, under Hall of Fame coach Ron Engels. Coach Miller spent 5 years at Aquinas College starting in the fall of 1998. While at Aquinas he was able to improve his skills and learn the game of baseball from Hall of Fame coach Terry Bocian. Coach Miller earned Academic All Conference honors in the
spring of 2003. Coach Miller’s career was changed by a shoulder injury which caused him to change his whole approach to the game. Miller gained experience as a coach at Wyoming Park as well.
Following his career at Aquinas he took an assistant coaching position in the spring of 2004 at Lowell High School. In the winter of 2004 Coach Miller was hired to take over the Lowell Red Arrow program for the spring season of 2005. Coach Miller also coached football at Lowell HS from 2003-2019.
Coach Miller has been selected as Division I District coach of the year multiple times. Coach Miller has helped players from Lowell fulfill their dreams of playing college or pro baseball multiple times. When you come into ACA all the flags hanging from the ceiling represent where his players have been signed to play baseball.
Coach Miller is currently a teacher, PE/Health
department head at Lowell High School. Coach is married to Brooke and has two sons, Knoxton and Brogan.
Currently serves as a varsity assistant at Lowell High School. Coach Pike prepped as a player at Rockford High School in Rockford, Michigan under the coaching of Ted Iciek. While attending Rockford High School Coach Pike was
named to the All District and Regional teams. He also earned honors by being selected 2 nd team All-State. Coach Pike took his competitive personality to Grand Rapids Community College. At GRCC he was coached by hall of fame coach Doug Wabeke. After having a very successful career at GRCC, Coach
Pike accepted a scholarship offer to Aquinas College. Coach Pike started at catcher and in the outfield. He played 2 years at Aquinas College starting in the fall of 2000. While at Aquinas he was also able to improve his skills and learn the game of baseball from Hall of Fame coach Terry Bocian. Pike was named to the 2001 and 2002 All-Conference team. Coach Pike graduated with
a Sports Management degree from Aquinas. Pike gained experience as a coach at Rogers High School in Wyoming. In the spring of 2004, Coach Pike was hired by the Rockford to be a varsity assistant. Coach Pike was the head coach of a travel ball team for years. In the fall of 2007 Coach Pike was hired
to coach at Lowell by Coach Miller. Coach Pike is married to Mandy and they have two sons and one daughter. Coach Pike is also a private business owner of JP painting.
Brent Steele was hired in 2016 to coach at Lowell High School. Coach Steele prepped at Caledonia High School where he was a two time all conference utility player. He also still holds school records for season batting average (.590) and season on base percentage (.657). He continued his baseball career at Aquinas College where he was able to play under hall of fame coach
Terry Bocian for his final years as an assistant. During his 4 years as ball player at Aquinas he put together a career .318 batting average while playing 8 different positions as a utility player during his 4 years. Coach Steele was also a member of Aquinas College hockey team where he averaged 1.00 point per
game over his collegiate hockey career. He currently teaches physical education for Lowell Area Schools.
High School: Earned four letters and was captain for two seasons at Lowell High School under head coach Juston Miller… serving as the team’s starting pitcher, he won nine games as a senior and led the Red Arrows to a 30-8 overall record… named All-Conference, All-District and All-Region teams… helped Lowell to a District Championship and a Regional runner-up finish.
Personal: Born May 12, 1991… son of Dan and Kim… has six siblings: Luke, Jake, Nate, Matt, Kylee and Kelsey… majoring in psychology with a minor in nutrition… career goal is to become a physical therapist… enjoys hunting, fishing and biking… favorite TV shows include Storage Wars, Criminal Minds and Pawn Stars… dream as a college athlete is to win the Mid-American Conference title and graduate with a degree… chose UB because of the academics and the chance to play Division I baseball… dream vacation destination is Europe or Australia… one record he would like to set at UB is lowest individual ERA.
Hitting, Catching, Fielding
Weekends by appointment
All Conference Catcher 2007 2008 2009 2010
All District 2008 2009 2010
All Region 2009 2010
All State 2009 2010
Player of the Year 2010
State Of Michigan Career Softball HR Record Holder 2010-2016
Currently Louisville Slugger Professional Softball
Pro Slowpitch Softball Player
Offensive MVP Majors
Major World Champ 2018
Won 2 big league World Series championships as a young player.
She worked hard at being a really talented athlete. Committed to a scholarship in basketball at Central Michigan University.
Are you interested in getting softball pitching lessons. Right now she is working Wednesday nights . Please call if you need another night.
Alexa played collegiate softball at Saginaw Valley State University, while earning her Bachelor’s degree in Health Science. In her time at SVSU, she was named to the GLIAC All-Conference team as a pitcher and made a Final Four appearance. In her high school career at Caledonia, Alexa set the school records for ERA, strikeouts, and wins, and was named honorable mention all-state as a pitcher. Alexa was also a key player on the 2008 & 2009 Big League World Series Championship teams.
Alexa has been giving private lessons for 2 years now and is excited to be a part of our facility. Alexa is a wife, mother to two daughters (6&3).