Coach Stevenson graduated from Sparkman High School in 2007, lettering in football and baseball. Coach Stevo is entering his first year in the head coaching role for the Senators in the 2023-24 season. He graduated from the University of North Alabama in 2012. While attending UNA, he served as the baseball manager of the UNA baseball program for 4 years. Coach Stevenson started working at Sparkman in 2012 and coached football and baseball for 5 years before making the switch to baseball only in 2018. In his tenure with the Sparkman baseball team, he has served as both the freshman and JV head coach and a varsity assistant.
Coach Good begins his 7th year as a varsity assistant at Sparkman. Prior to joining the Senator baseball program, Mike spent 23 years coaching at Madison Academy serving the last 14 years as the Mustangs Head Varsity Coach and overall Program Director. Mike produced an overall record of 406-205 (66% win percentage) during his tenure which included four (4) – Class 3A State Championships (2009, 2014, 2015 & 2016). Coach Good’s teams were routinely ranked among the best in Class 3A by the Alabama Sports Writer’s Association (ASWA). In recognition of the program's overall success and Coach Good’s achievements, the Alabama Baseball Coaches Association honored Mike with the 2014 “Sammy Dunn Memorial Award,” given to only one high school coach each year for exhibiting a high degree of team excellence at the high school level.
Coach Rice begins his 8th season with the Senators where he will assist with the Freshman, JV, and Varsity teams. His primary duties will be working with the program's infielders, but also assuming game-day duties for the Varsity team.
JV Head Coach
Coach John graduated from Sparkman High School in 2018, lettering in baseball. He's entering his 2nd year as a baseball coach and special education teacher at Sparkman.
After graduating high school, he played baseball at Mississippi College and Lawson State Community College before transferring to Mississippi State University to finish his undergraduate in special education.
Hometown is Toney, Alabama.
Freshman Head Coach
Geary Howell is from Tupelo, MS and is a graduate of Gateway Christian High School. He earned his Bachelor's Degree from Delta State University and his Master's Degree from the University of Missouri. He has over twenty years experience as a teacher and coach and began his career coaching baseball at Warren Central High School in Vicksburg, MS. As a cross country coach he has won two State Championships at Clinton High School (2010) and Madison Central High School (2014).
Coach Howell lives in Huntsville with his wife, Alicia Dee Howell and their two children Austin (18) and Maci Kate (6).