BOARD OF DIRECTORS
J.P. Bramhall, M.D.
Team Physician and Orthopedic Surgeon, Texas A&M University
American Sports Medicine Institute Fellowship, Birmingham, AL
Former NCAA Division I Baseball Player, Texas A&M University
Paul Batista, J.D.
Associate Professor of Sport Law, Texas A&M University
Former County Judge of Burleson County, TX
Former professional baseball and player agent
Former NCAA baseball player, Trinity University
Paul Keiper, Ed.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor of Sport Management, Texas A&M University
Former high school athletic director, assistant principal, and coach
Kevin Hodge - Director of Operations (email)
A 1995 graduate of Bryan High School, Kevin's local heritage in the Bryan/College Station community runs deep. His grandfather (Bill) attended Texas A&M on a baseball scholarship before going to Europe to fight in WWII. His father (Billy), also a Bryan High School graduate, attended Texas A&M and played baseball, football, and basketball for the Aggies. Billy was drafted six times by MLB teams before eventually signing with the San Diego Padres. Several local publications have listed Billy as one of the top-20 best athletes in the history of the Brazos Valley. In high school Kevin was an All-State performer for the Vikings and played showcase baseball with Austin Slam. Drafted out of Bryan High by the Los Angeles Dodgers, Kevin chose to attend Texas A&M on a baseball scholarship, but later transferred to Rice University. After an all-star performance in the prestigious Cape Cod League, Kevin went on to have a 9-year professional career with the Minnesota Twins, Houston Astros, Philadelphia Phillies, and Detroit Tigers. Kevin completed his undergraduate degree at Texas A&M University in 2006, and he completed his master's degree in Sport Management in 2009. He has worked with youth ballplayers since 2000, and has coached with the Twelve since 2007. He oversees and manages all aspects of Twelve operations. Kevin has also been named an Associate Scout for the Minnesota Twins. Kevin is married to Heather and is the proud father of Austin, Ty, and Nathan.
Matt Fontenot - Director of Operations in College Station (email)
A native of Lake Charles, Louisiana, Matt played college baseball at McNeese State University from 2009-2010, after playing 2 seasons at Bossier Parish Community College. As a middle infielder, he helped McNeese set the school record for team batting average for a season. Following his playing career, he spent time coaching high school baseball as well as club baseball, including a stint with the Twelve. He then went on to serve as the Director of Football Operations for Texas A&M Football under Kevin Sumlin. He received his Masters in Sports Management from Texas A&M in 2013. Matt was hired in January 2018 to take over the day to day operations in College Station. He is married to Malory and they are the proud parents of son Beckett (2).
Zach Dillon - Director of Operations in Katy (email)
Zach was hired in 2016 to oversee all operations in Katy. Zach played collegiately at Baylor University where he picked up the 2006 Big XII Player of the Year award. He was a four-time academic all conference selection, a First Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American, and a 10-time member of the Big XII Conference Commisioner's Honor Roll. Zach played professionally for the Baltimore Orioles. He has coached collegiately at Baylor, Mississippi State, Iowa, and McClennan Community College. Zach also has an extensive background in camp management, recruiting, and scouting. Zach graduated Magna Cum Laude from Baylor with a Bachelor's degree in Education in 2005. He earned his Master's in Education and Sports Management. Zach resides in Katy with wife Heather, son Will (15), and son Hayden (7).
Trevor Mote - Director of Operations in The Woodlands (email)
Trevor joined the management team in January of 2017. He was drafted as an infielder by the Houston Astros in the 15th round out of Baylor University in 2001. He played 2001-2005 in the Astros organization and was named a Midwest League All star in 2002. Trevor Graduated from Baylor in 2005 with a Bachelors of Science. Trevor played 2 years at Yavapai College (Prescott, Arizona) where he was the player of the year and 1st Team All-American in 1999. Trevor has 10 years of College Coaching Experience and 8 years as an Assistant at Baylor University. He is married to April, a former collegiate softball layer at Baylor. They are the proud parents of daughters Maci Lou (9) and McKinley (5).
Gregg Bennett - Founder
Gregg is the founder of Twelve Baseball. Gregg’s organizational responsibilities include being an integral part of development and administrative decisions regarding the organization's brand. His playing and coaching experience is extensive having been apart of high caliber high school and college baseball programs including Tennessee Tech University and Auburn University. Gregg serves as a member on the Board of Directors for Twelve Katy and oversees the Katy Operations. Gregg is a tenured Professor in the Division of Sport Management and Director of the Center for Sport Management and Research at Texas A&M University. He is married to Sherry and is a proud father of Mathew (19), Bailey (18), McKenzie (16), and Cade (11).
Scott Hennigar - Chief Financial Officer (email)
Scott was born in Big Spring Texas, 1957. He traveled the world as a son to an Air Force father, traveling all over the US and Germany. In 1967 he moved back and went to Lubbock school for 4th grade through his high school years. He played baseball and was part of the Lubbock Monterrey Class of 1976. A few of Scott’s youth accolades include being an Eagle Scout (1972) and in the Order of the Arrow and God and Country (1972). He went on to attend Texas A&M University, graduating with his undergraduate and Masters degree in Range Science in 1981 and 1984. After graduating he began working with banks in the Bryan/College Station area loyally worked here for the last 34 years. Scott married in 1991 to his bride Sheila; they have two children. The eldest, Stuart, is a 2018 graduate of UMHB where he played baseball after completing his youth career of baseball with the Twelve, starting at just 12 years old. He is now pursing his Masters at A&M in Sport Management. Their youngest child, Tara, is currently in school at Texas A&M studying Ag Leadership and Poultry Science. Tara is involved with the Gamma Phi Beta sorority and she is a Dancer with Aggies in Motion. Both of his children graduated High School in A&M Consolidated. Scott also has an extensive background in umpiring. He started umpiring slowpitch in 1986 and then fastpitch in 1989. He worked college games beginning in 1990 including games in the Southland Conference and eventually became the Coordinator of Officials. He then umpired games in the Big XII until 2001 and became Coordinator of Officials for them in 2001. He worked 12 National Championships in fast pitch ranging from girl’s 14U thru Men’s Master’s and eventually retired in 2008. Scotts hobbies include hunting fishing, playing with his dog (Ditto), and cat (Talkie). He enjoys attending all Aggie sporting events, especially football, baseball and softball. Scott has been working with the Twelve organization since 2006 when we were founded. He has been our CFO since the beginning and while his son was playing, Scott served as a General Manager for 7 years.
Mark Mangum - Director of Camps and Youth Development (email)
Mark is a 1997 graduate of Kingwood High School located in Northeast Houston. Mark signed a letter of Intent to play college baseball at Georgia Tech. That year, he was named a Texas All-State pitcher, as well as an All-American. After he graduated high school, Mark was drafted 18th overall in the first round of the MLB draft by the Colorado Rockies. In his first season with the Rockies, Mark was listed as having one of the organization’s strongest arms by Baseball America. In 1998, he was traded to the Montreal Expos where he was named Pitcher of the Year for the organization’s minor league Single A affiliate. While playing professionally, Mark routinely held the position of Team Chaplain. He also participated in a baseball mission trip to Australia to hold baseball clinics and share his faith with others. In 2003, Mark hung up his cleats and began his college education using the scholarship program provided by MLB. Mark graduated from Texas A&M in 2007 with his undergraduate degree. He has coached youth baseball for more than 12 years including a stint as Training Coordinator in Kingwood's Pony League and head coaching duties for high school age travel teams in the Houston area. His duties as a Twelve coach include serving as the Director of Youth Player Development and Roving Instructor. He has coached Twelve teams since he and his wife, Brittney, moved back to College Station in 2010. Mark is the proud father of his son, Stone (3).
Sarah Johnson - Operations Assistant (email)
Sarah graduated from A&M Consolidated High School where she was a high school All-American softball honoree in 2010. Sarah played her college softball career for Sam Houston State University. She was a 3-time All-Southland Conference selection, is 2nd all-time career HRs for Sam Houston with 31 career HRs, and is 1st in RBI’s in one game with 7. Also a 2-time Southland All-Academic recipient, Sarah graduated Cum Laude with her Bachelors and Masters degrees in Exercise Science. In 2014, she married Matt Johnson, a former decathlete for Sam Houston and Team USA. Sarah serves as assistant to the Director of Operations for Twelve Baseball.