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Greg Lattig, CMAA, is a graduate of Leslie High School. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan in sports management and holds a master’s degree from Michigan State University in athletic administration.


Greg began his career in education at Lansing Christian, where he served as athletic director, physical education teacher and middle school coach, before returning to his alma mater to take on the athletic director and varsity track coach positions. In 1998, Greg took over as athletic director at Eaton Rapids, where he remained until 2007, when he was named athletic director at Mason High School. In 2021, Greg entered the college ranks, taking on the position of athletic director at Lansing Community College, where he has served since.


Chris Ervin, CAA, former athletic director at St. Johns High School, wrote, “Leadership, character and service are three qualities that Greg brings to athletic administration. These are qualities he expects from his coaches and student-athletes. Greg lives what he expects. He has continually demonstrated solid leadership in his schools, at the league level and at the state level, as he has served the MIAAA and MHSAA. He is simply one of the best in the industry, always working incredibly hard and willing to learn and improve.”


Greg has demonstrated a commitment to high school athletics and its leadership organizations. He served on the MIAAA board of directors and was president of the association in 2017. He was an MIAAA regional representative for five years and chaired the scholarship, membership services and conference committees. He served on several MHSAA committees, including the scholar-athlete, officials selection, tournament site selection, middle school task force and several sport committees. He was part of the NIAAA winning leader cohort academy, led the CAAC official assignors, budget, realignment and constitution committees and was Capital Circuit and CAAC president.


He hosted more than 175 MHSAA tournaments in his career, including the state finals for soccer and tennis, and currently continues to assist with both of these events. Greg was named the MHSAA Allen W. Bush Award recipient in 2012 and an MIAAA regional athletic director of the year in 2012. He is a presenter for the Lions, Kiwanis and Optimist clubs, is a member of the Mason Athletic Hall of Fame committee and is a church usher.


Greg is married to Jill and they have children Jerrad, Kaylee, Kassie, Garren and Jennah, plus grandchildren Kendall and Blaine.


1983 (†) Mrs. Helen Geovanes, Secretary for MHSAA
1984 (*) Al Bush, Executive Director of MHSAA
1985 (†) Hal Schram, Free Press Sports Reporter
1986 (†) Dick Kishpaugh, Historian of HS Athletics
1987 (†) Bruce Redman, President, Redman’s Awards
1988 (*) Walt Bazylewicz, Parochial Schools Service
1989 (†) Jack Moss, Sportswriter
1990 (*) Vern Norris, Executive Director of MHSAA
1991 (*) Richard Maher, WBA Ruster Foundation
1992 (*) Dennis Kiley, AD, Jackson Schools
1993 (*) Dr. Robert Murray, Trenton Public Schools
1994 (*) Warren McKenzie, Asst. Director of MHSAA
1995 (*) Lyndon L. Cronen, First Agency Inc.
1996 (*) Robert “Doc” Stevens, B C Sports Medicine
1997 (*) Judy Hagman, ‘Mrs. A.D.’ Role Model
1998 (*) Dennis Kniola, AD, Stephensville Lakeshore
1999 (*) Jerome Cvengros, Assoc. Director of MHSAA
2000 (*) Dave Dye, WBA Ruster Foundation
2001 (*) John Dudley, ‘Mr. Swimming Meet Manager’
2002 (*) Joe Mahan, Announcer, Timer & Scorer

2003 (*) Dr. Larry Ulmer, Kalamazoo Area Schools
2004 (*) Suzanne Mart in, Asst. Director of MHSAA
2005 (*) Russ Waldo, Visual Sports Network
2005 (*) Robert a Workema, Grand Traverse Resort
2006 (*) George Lovich, Exec. Director of MIAAA
2007 (*) Jean Bell, Midland Dow
2008 (*) Steve Marsh, Midland Schools
2008 (*) Bill Mick, Midland Schools
2009 (*) Hugh Matson, CAA, Saginaw Heritage
2010 (*) Bernie Larson, CAA, B.C. Pennfield
2011 (*) Dan McShannock, CAA, Midland Dow
2012 (*) Meg Seng, CMAA, Ann Arbor Greenhills
2013 (*) Jan Sander, Warren Woods
2014 (*) Ken Mohney, CMAA, Mattawan
2015 (*) Lori Hyman, CMAA, Livonia Stevenson
2016 (*) Gary Oyster, Lapeer
2017 (*) Wayne Welton, Chelsea
2018 (*) Chris Ceresa, CAA, Huron Valley
2019 (*) Tim Kluka, CAA, Allen Park Cabrini

2020 (*) John E. "Jack" Roberts, Executive Director of MHSAA

2021 (*) James Okler, CMAA, Grosse Ile

2022 (*) Brian Gordon, CAA, Royal Oak

2023 (*) Cathy Findlater North, CAA, Linden

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