Cuyahoga Falls assistant baseball coach Ted Lesiak was inducted in the Greater Akron Baseball Hall of Fame Sunday at St. George Antiochian Orthodox in Fairlawn.
Lesiak graduated from Medina High School in 1982 and Ohio (Athens) University in 1986 where he received a political science and history degree. He then graduated from the University of Akron School of Law (J.D.) in 1989.
Lesiak is licensed to practice law in Ohio; the United States District Court, Western District of Michigan; United States District Court, Northern District of Ohio; United States Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit; and the Supreme Court of the United States of America.
Lesiak is the legal counsel and a board trustee of the Roy Hobbs Foundation, Northeast Ohio Roy Hobbs Baseball and Kent Mud Hens Baseball Club.
Lesiak has played many years in several amateur leagues and has consistently been one of the hitting and pitching leaders each year. He has coached at Akron Archbishop Hoban High School and has coached Medina youth basketball, baseball, softball and soccer. He also coached St. Sebastian Catholic Youth Organization basketball in Akron.
Lesiak is married to Judge Jennifer Hensal, Ohio Court of Appeals, Ninth Judicial District, and has two children, Sarah Lesiak (25), a middle school math teacher at Bishop Leibold School in Kettering, and Trey Lesiak (22), a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army, 525th Intelligence Brigade in Fort Bragg, North Carolina.