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Drury University - Softball Camps

Crystl Bustos USA Olympian Camp

Location Marucci Clubhouse, MO
Event Date(s) Nov 23, 2019
Grades 6th to College Senior
This event has been completed.

Event Description

Crystl Bustos USA Olympian Camp

Event will be held at the new 23,000 square foot indoor Marucci Clubhouse Midwest facility located at 4400 North 19th Street in Ozark, Missouri (next to U.S. Ballpark off Highway 65)

Crystl will be conducting a 5-hour camp event for players of all ages that includes a 1-hour throwing session, a 1-hour fielding session, and a 3-hour hitting session. She remains a passionate ambassador for the sport of fastpitch softball and the development of player’s. Arguably one of the best all-time softball players to ever play the game, Crystl Busto resume speaks for itself.

Crystl is one of the world’s best fastpitch softball holders. She holds multiple world records for her performance at the Olympic Games. She now spends her time traveling the country passing on her knowledge to younger hitters, fielders and fastpitch players.

November 23rd
Open to All Age Groups: College, High School, Travel-Ball Coaches who register SIX (6) players attend the event FREE – (2 coaches per 6 registrations – coach names must be listed on the registrations).
Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Early Registration (untill November 17):  $100
Late Registration (November 18-22): $125
  • 2008 Softball Player of the Year
  • Silver Medalist at the Beijing Games hitting .500 (11-for-22) with a team-high six home runs and 10 RBI.
  • Broke two of her own records as well as tied one.
  • Broke the record of most home runs hit (5) in an Olympic Games with six and broke her Olympic slugging percentage of .923 from 2004 hitting 1.318 in 2008.
  • Recorded 12 runs as the U.S. outscored opponents 58-5, while tying her own RBI Olympic record with 10 from 2004.
  • World Cup Champion (2006 & 2007)
  • Three-time Pan American gold medalist (1999, 2003 & 2007)
  • World Champion (2006)
  • Two-time Olympic Gold medalist (2000 & 2004



  • One of three girls on the team to compete in all 20 games of the summer, either as designated player or at third base.
  • Gold medalist at Pan American Games
  • Hit .375 (3-for-8); scored four runs with a double and a homerun for five RBI
  • World Cup Champion
  • Hit .538 (7-for-13) with two homeruns and eight RBI, scoring six runs


  • Gold medalist at ISF World Championships
  • Hit a team-tying high .500 (17-34) average with 14 RBI and a team-high 6 doubles.
  • Scored 10 runs with two homeruns including one in the championship game to pad the lead to 3-0, a World Championship victory.
  • World Cup Champion
  • Hit .353 (6-for-17) with a two home runs and 10 RBI


  • Gold medalist at Pan Am qualifier in Guatemala City


  • Gold medalist at Olympic Games in Athens, Greece
  • Hit .346 with five homeruns and 10 RBI


  • Gold medalist at Pan American Games
  • Hit .320 with eight hits and nine RBI


  • Member of U.S. Women’s Elite Team
  • Hit .560 with four doubles, four homeruns and 13 RBI at Canada Cup


  • Gold medalist at Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia
  • Led the team with 10 hits, three homeruns and five runs scored


  • Gold medalist at the Pan American Games

Led the team with 18 hits, three homeruns


  • Team won two NJCAA National Championships
  • Two-time NJCAA first team All American
  • Two-time NJCAA Player of the Year


  • Member of NPF Akron Racers (2006)
  • Member of NPF Champions, Akron Racers (2005)
  • Played for WPSL Gold, professional team consisting of 2000 Olympians (2001)
  • Played for the Akron Racers of WPSL (1999)
  • WPSL League MVP while leading the Orlando Wahoos to the Championship (1998


  • Owner of Ruthless Sports Training LLC
  • Professional Softball Coach
  • National Fastpitch College Association Speaker
  • Motivational Speaker
  • Conducting private lessons
  • Clinician at softball camps and clinics throughout the states
  • On-line training
  • Sponsored Athlete of Wilson sporting Goods/Demarini/Louisville Slugger
  • Jennie Finch Softball Camp Instructor (JFSC)

Crystl Bustos November 23 Camp Agenda:

  • 9:00 – 10:00 am: Basic Throwing  (mechanics, arm care, & more )
  • 10:15 – 11:15 am: Basic Fielding (glove work, team drills, & more)
  • 11:30-12:30: Lunch Break (on your own)
  • 12:30 – 3:30 pm: The Development of an Elite Hitter (tee work, cage work, drill work, mental approach, and more)
  • 3:30 – 4:00 pm: Conclude with Q & A Time   

Contact (417) 840-0504 – Coach Jerry Breaux, Drury Softball | jbreaux@drury.edu

For hotel accommodations: Greenstay Hotel & Suites – 222 N. Ingram Mill Road & Hwy 65 – Springfield, Missouri 65802 – (417) 863-1440