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Tennessee State Softball Camps

Nashville's Elite Winter Camp

Location Nashville, TN
Event Date(s) Jan 5, 2019 to Jan 6, 2019
Ages 12 to 18
Grades 7th to 12th
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Event Description



January 5th - 6th, 2019
Grades: 7th - 12th
Pitching & Catching | Jan. 5 | 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | $95
Defense & Hitting | Jan. 5 - 6 | 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. | $185
Register for both and receive $45 off

Location: TSU Indoor Facility
3500 John A. Merritt Blvd. | Nashville, TN 37209

Pitching Session: Girls will get to throw all their pitches in front of College coaches. The coaches will help to access and improve you their fundamentals. Areas of focus will be wrist snap, ball spin, stride, and arm speed. Each player will also get their pitch speeds measured at the being and the end of their session.

Catching Session: Catchers will learn proper catching techniques improve their receiving, blocking. signal calling, footwork, transfer from glove to throw, and pop time. They will also learn how to improve pitch call through batter recognition early and late in the count. They will also learn advanced throwing techniques to all bags. Catchers will also learn how to receive throws and proper set up for plays at the plate.

Defensive Session:
- will learn proper glove work and advances skills to become more efficient and reduce fielding errors. College coaches will focus on proper back hand, four hand, reading and using short hop and long hop techniques in improve accuracy and speed. Girls will learn to develop quick transfers to perform an accurate throw with proper foot work.

Outfields - will learn proper techniques to track fly balls, proper foot work and drop steps, transfers and learn various throws to all bags including plays at the plate. They will learn to understand how to use their cuts and read when and where the throws should go in different situations.

Offensive Session:
- learn advanced techniques to develop more power, increase bat speed, pitching selection, and mental preparation. Slappers will learn advances techniques on all phases of slapping and learn to be more explosive out of the box.

Base Running - improve your time out of the box, become more efficient with your leads, jumps, tag ups and various slides. College coaches will register your times from home to first and home to home. Along with give you feedback on ways to improve that time for the next level.

What To Bring:
→ Glove, bats, catcher’s gear, cleats, turf / tennis shoes, water and lunch.
Completed Medical Form

Medical Form: Fill out the medical form and bring to camp. This MUST be turned in at registration prior to participation.

Refunds: No refunds.

Jan 5, 2019
7:00 am-7:35 am Pitcher/Catcher Check In
7:45 am Pitcher/Catcher Session (pitchers won't need their own catcher).
10:30am Dismiss Pitchers/Catchers

8:00-8:50am Defense/Hitting Session Check In
9:00 am Introduction/Breakdown of Day
9:10 am Warm up
9:30 am  Throwing Breakdown/Drills/Warm Up Arms
10:00 am Defensive Rotations
12:30 pm Campers on their own for Lunch

1:30 pm Afternoon Session begins
1:40 pm  Warm up for Scrimmages/Coach led Chalk Talk
2pm - 4:20 pm Scrimmages (weather permitting)
4:30 pm Clinic ends w/ explanation of Sunday's clin
Jan 6, 2019
9:00 am Hitting Session begins/Explanation of Rotations
9:30 am  Offensive Rotations start
11:30 am - 11:55am All Campers Front Toss
12:00 pm Dismiss for Lunch
1:00 pm Afternoon Session begins/Explanation of Games
1:10 pm - 1:30pm Warm up for Scrimmages/Coach led Chalk Talk/
1:30 pm - 3:40pm Scrimmages (weather permitting).
3:45 pm Recruiting Q & A
4:00 pm End of Camp
Colleges Attending Camp
  • Tennessee State Univ
  • Univ of Tennessee
  • Univ of Western Kentucky
  • Middles Tennessee State Univ
  • Appalachian State Univ
  • Lipscomb Univ
  • Austin Peay Univ
  • Univ of Memphis
  • East Tennessee State Univ
  • Univ of Maryland – Baltimore County
  • Trevecca Nazarene University