Guiding principles and our staff



A good steward is responsible for caring for something they have been entrusted with. As a steward of collegiate athletes the MHCBL helps ensure all players have the opportunity to receive instruction from high-quality coaches, improve skills, grow as young men and return to their programs in better condition than they arrived.

Amanda Kubec
Amanda KubecLeague Owner
Amanda Kubec was born in Aurora, Colorado and has lived in the state ever since.
With the passion for sports, she enrolled and graduated from Metropolitan State University in Denver with a Sports Management degree. During her time at Metro State, she interned at the Mile High Collegiate Baseball League. After her final year as intern, she moved into an ownership role with co-owner Jason Hirsh in 2017. In her free time, you can find Amanda traveling, cheering on her favorite hockey or baseball team, and building her sport consulting business. She hopes to continue her love of sports with the growth of her sport consulting efforts, and serve as a mentor for others in the industry.
Jason Hirsh
Jason HirshLeague Owner
Jason was born and raised in Southern California where he attended California Lutheran University (Division III) to play baseball. He was a 2nd round pick by the Houston Astros out of Division III California Lutheran University, becoming the 4th highest D3 pick ever. The former MLB Pitcher (Astros, Rockies, Yankees), is the owner of FAST Baseball and has over 2 decades of playing and coaching experience youth, high school, college and professional athletes. Jason became co-owner of the Mile High Collegiate League along with Amanda Kubec in the winter of 2017.
Shaun Kernahan
Shaun KernahanDirector of League Operations
Born and raised in Southern California, Shaun Kernahan played baseball through high school before injuries ended his baseball playing days. He then went on to coaching before eventually moving to Arizona and scouting for a number of media outlets. When life brought Shaun and his family to Colorado, he wanted to find a way to help grow and strengthen baseball in the state. It was then he started working with the MHCBL where he could tap into his scouting and recruiting background to help widen the reach of the league.