John has been around the games of baseball and softball his entire life. It was instilled in his blood early by his father Tom Steinhaus. Tom was a very successful player at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and was later drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies.
John played baseball at Valparaiso University. He was a part of two very successful men’s slow pitch teams, of which the 1996 Team Budweiser won the ASA Class A 16” National Champions.
John’s passion for the game is easy to see. Whether its at practice or during a game, his meticulous pursuit of fundamentals is the foundation of his team’s success.
One swing, two updates to Caitlyn Britton’s staggering statistics that Warren coach Jenn Charbonneau just boasted about to her softball
Mallory McMahon’s adjustment paid big dividends in Friday’s Class 4A Lake Central Sectional championship game. The senior center fielder homered
Emily Finger, who will graduate Cum Laude from Metea Valley HS was named female athlete of the year. Congratulations Emily.
After all the rain Naperville has seen this week, we finally get some softball action as Naperville Central travels to
Wooten hit a pair of home runs, almost a third after hitting the scoreboard – officially ruled a double –
Hampshire’s Sarah Bowen is certainly well known for her offensive prowess. The senior center fielder flashed some serious leather during
High School softball season is about to be in full swing and the Times preseason top 10 is out. This
Chicago Cheetahs organization working out early Sunday morning. Special group of kids
18u cheetahs looking for few more players Contact Brian bowman (630-888-8428) & Annalisse Scott (708-543-1828) if interested.
18u JS, Camryn Jones, conference golf champion and team champions!
DePaul Hall of Fame Coach Eugene Lenti stopped by practice to share his insights on what it takes to play
Graduating 18u Chicago Cheetahs & Alumni, teaching the 2018 Chicago Cheetahs Summer Camp. Check out some of the camp photos
Chicago cheetahs 18u Steinhaus wins PGF Premier bid. Winning all their games today and a walk off seventh inning in
Arends 18u BB, is a junior committed to the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. “She’s really good emotionally, physically, mentality and
… Leadoff hitter Mikaela Domico singled off Redwings starter Bridget Linders to start the game, and the next four batters
A leadoff home run by your opponent might get some teams rattled, but not the Neuqua Valley softball team. In
Mallory McMahon (18u JS) reached base all four times she came to the plate on Wednesday afternoon, but it wasn’t
Gladiator junior Dawn Pawlak 18u JS, is one of the few different situations, the needle in the haystack, that’s bucked
Caitlyn Britton 18u JS, fired a 4-hit shutout, and Warren’s softball team defeated Oak Park 3-0 at The Dome in
Full Story … Crown Point had 16 hits on the day. Gracie Frazier 18u JS, went 4-for-5 with two runs
Times prep softball beat writers Paul Oren and Steve Hanlon break down 10 players who should make a big impact
Just in, trading cards available for several of our Chicago Cheetahs. 18u BB, Erin Bengston 18u BB, Payton Lundberg 18u JS, Caitlyn
Athletic prowess can take a person anywhere. For Neuqua Valley’s Chloe Steinhaus, that prowess sent her over 4,000 miles away.
Audrey Gusel, 18u JS, commits to Holy Cross!!
18u JS, Chicago Cheetahs go 4-1-1 on very successful Florida trip to Diamond 9. Great job girls! Outstanding pitching, great
Sometimes the slightest detour can change the future for a human being. Crown Point’s Mallory McMahon, 18u John Steinhaus, experienced
18u John Steinhaus, Mallory McMahon, class of 2019, verbally commits to Butler University.
The champs of Indiana, are getting their rings tonight.
Chloe Steinhaus, 18u John Steinhaus, verbally commits to Indiana University.
Abby Meeks, 18u John Steinhaus, verbally commits to Indiana University.
After 16u John Steinhaus, lost 3-2 to quad city lady hitmen in undefeated championship the cheetahs came back with 3
Abby hitting a double off of a pitcher, Peyton Schnackenberg, committed to St. John’s University. She plays for Wagner’s Gold –
Looking for a pitcher to take to Nationals in California July 29- August 6th Contact John Steinhaus for more information
Chicago Cheetahs play in force for the 2017 Class 4A Illinois Coaches Association All-State Teams Full Story
Chicago Cheetahs, Grace Frazier, Brooke Manhatton, Avery Skura, Mallory McMahon, are state champs in Indiana. Congrats to crown point bulldogs!!!!
Abby Meeks, Neuqua Valley A first-year varsity player and only a sophomore, the infielder used a hot bat to take
Crown Point’s Gracie Frazier, 16u John Steinhous, blocked out the noise. The sophomore first baseman ignored any pressure. Frazier’s double
The softball field was packed Tuesday night at Chesterton High School. Fans came to take in a game between two
Grace Frazier, 16u John Steinhaus, verbally commits to Depaul
Gracie Frazier – 16u John Steinhaus, Mallory McMahon – 16u John Steinhaus, Avery Skura – 16u John Steinhaus, Brooke Manhatton
Downers grove south stud cheetahs. Did all the scoring today. Herrman, Meyer, Greco ,Mckay !!! All combined for two runs and
While a 3-2 pitch that resulted in a walk could have gone either way, Julia Rainer and her Neuqua Valley
Abby Meeks, 16u John Steinhaus, hitting a homer off of a D-1 committed pitcher, Brooklyn Daly.
The wind blew in Friday afternoon at Naperville North’s varsity softball field. One might think that hits would be few
Thursday’s DuPage Valley Conference game was a tight affair and the result leaves the league softball standings tight as well.
Five Chicago Cheetahs from John Steinhaus, 16u, playing in the Crown Point, Derby Day.
16u: John Steinhaus vs 18u Brian Bowman, at DePaul 2-20-17.
The first weekend in February 2017, 16u John Steinhaus, were the champions in Rosemont IL. They finished 8 – 1
Chicago Cheetahs 16u AT & 16u JS, in full practice at DGS on 1-15-17.
At the Jackie Tarulli Workout, power & focus, is demonstrated with every throw and catch.
At the Jackie Tarulli Workout, the girls practiced how they want to play.
16U Chicago Premier Steinhaus, went 4-3 vs very good comp from Florida, CA and NJ. Bats were alive averaging 9