Director at Sports City NJ and founder of LumberKings Baseball.  A former 15th round draft pick of the Cincinnati Reds, Ken played in the Appalachian League, the Midwest League and the South Atlantic League during his stint in Minor League baseball. A graduate of Columbia University Ken won the league’s Triple Crown in 1989, leading in home runs, batting average and RBIs.  While in high school, Ken played his baseball at Howell High School where he was a top Shore Conference hitter.  He was a scholarship baseball player at Duke University his freshman year prior to transferring to Columbia.  At Columbia, he had a prestigious career including being named the New York State rookie of the year in 1989 and surpassing the career batting average of Eddie Collins and Lou Gehrig.  He lives in Wall, NJ with his wife Tina and his three children.