Founder and Owner
Zach Hensel graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelors of Science focused in Sport Industry and minored in Education. Coach Zach played baseball and football at River Valley High School in Marion, Ohio.
Coach Zach has been coaching at the youth and high school level for the past 8 years. His passion for sports and the community lead him to find a way to inspire peers to find their love for sports, value of teamwork and motivation to get active!
Jaclyn Hensel graduated from University of Evansville with a Bachelors of Science focused in Civil Engineering and minored in mathematics + engineering management. Coach Jaclyn cheered as a Division 1 athlete for the Aces as well as participating in cross country, track & field and cheer leading at Southridge High School in Huntingburg, IN.
Coach Jaclyn has been an assistant coach for a HS cheer leading team for two years as well as a competitive team for a year. Coach Jaclyn has been a instructor on a youth level for 7 years. Her compassion of helping others has always lead her to coaching no matter the sport. Community and developing our youth has been a longing commitment.
Director of Operations
Chris Noblitt graduated from Davenport University with Bachelor of Science in Sport Management. Chris also has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biblical Studies from Grace Christian University. Coach Chris played basketball and golf at Columbus Christian School in Columbus, Indiana. He also played two years of college basketball at Grace Christian University, located in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Coach Chris has coached at many levels. He has coached basketball at the youth level, high school level, and the college level. This includes winning a National Championship in 2019 with Grace Christian University. His passion for sports, community, and leadership has led him to coaching. He is motivated to help athletes find their passion while having fun and working hard!
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Alexa Monteilh is a student at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) pursing a bachelor’s degree in exercise science on a pre-physical therapy track with a minor in coaching. Coach Alexa threw for the track & field team and was a cheerleader at Bloomington High School North in Bloomington, Indiana. She also competed in USATF junior olympics for discus, hammer, and javelin.
Alexa has coached cheerleading through cheer clinics held by her high school and coached various track & field events through Indiana Track Club. Her love for sports and helping others led to her passion for coaching. Her goal is to help athletes find their love for sports while having fun and learning the value of teamwork.
Youth Coach and Intern
Bianca Allen graduated from the University of Southern Indiana with a Bachelors of Science in Sport Management with a concentration in Recreational Sports. She is currently pursuing her masters at the University of Indianapolis with a major in Sport Management graduating in May of 2021.
Bianca has a strong passion for working in sports and helping people. She has always believed that sports can be beneficial to anybody because it is much more than just playing. It comes with building strong relationships, learning life skills, and much more.
Donald Baker attends IUPUI and is pursuing a Bachelors of Science in Psychology with a minor in Youth Wellness Programming. Donald participated in baseball, basketball, cross country, and track during high school in Dayton, Ohio.
Coach Donald has been committed to supporting youth since 2015. He has tutored elementary age students, been a camp counselor, and umpired youth baseball for many years. His ultimate goal is to inspire a lifelong love of and access to a variety of sports, especially in underprivileged communities.
Coach Joel is from Bloomington, IN. He is a full time student at IUPUI and is studying physical education. Coach Joel enjoys outdoor activities and playing sports. Post graduation plans for Coach Joel are being a gym teacher!
Jordyn Boecker is a student at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) pursing a Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology.
On campus she is actively involved in a mentoring program working with 3rd through 6th grade students. Coach Jordyn played volleyball, soccer, softball, and basketball during her high school years. Jordyn hopes to share her passion for sports and being active with the kids in the programs!
Josh Jones graduated high school at Columbus Christian School in Columbus, Indiana. At Columbus Christian he played basketball, soccer, and baseball. He now attends Cedarville University and plans to Major in Biology. He loves sports and enjoys working with kids. He has a passion for being a positive influence and seeing kids have fun.
Hi! My name is Laura VanTreese and I am one of the coaches here at Let’s Go Sports! My passion for athletics started at a young age and I grew up playing softball and volleyball throughout my school years. Once I hit college, I did not participate through my school but continued to engage in athletics through several intramural programs including flag football, volleyball, basketball, etc. I graduated from Purdue University with a bachelors in Dietetics and Nutrition, Fitness, and Health. Upon graduation, I started working as a WIC nutritionist mainly with children from infants to five years old. I worked as a nutritionist for 6 years and through my time doing that, I really started to love working with that age group. During that time, I also worked part time as a personal trainer where I was able to engage in my passion of promoting physical fitness and health as well. Let’s Go Sports has been such a fun experience for me because it allows me to share my passion for athletics/fitness with that younger age group!
Lexie Frederick is studying Sports Management with a concentration in Collegiate Coaching at IUPUI. Coach Lexie is currently in her 4th year in college. Coach Lexie plans on being a college coach for a women's or men’s basketball upon graduation. Lexie played AAU basketball from the age of 8 to 18 winning two second place national championships.
Her determination to give back to the community in a positive manner is what sets the tone for how she coaches. She is young, bright, energetic and motivated to coach and help each athlete find their passion
Libby Toweson attends IUPUI and is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Non-profit Management and Civic Engagement. Libby was a gymnast growing up and participated in tennis, track, and volleyball while in high school, securing the number 1 doubles position in varsity tennis her senior year.
Libby has experience coaching private and group tennis lessons and is always looking for a way to help others, whether it is on or off the court. Her passion to educate youth and promote kindness and healthfulness drives her to show players the important aspects of sports. Libby plans on working with youth in the non-profit sector after graduation!