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The Total Player Program is a 5-week program that is designed and instructed by a collaboration of coaches including Olivia Gamache, Elena Bowman, Cassie Shultz & Kate Roberts.


Designed to establish solid fielding fundamentals that make for strong defensive players. Throughout the program, players will learn the correct throwing mechanics that both protect their arms and produce the most power.  They will also explore the position specific stances and fielding techniques needed to field and transfer the ball most effectively. Players will increase range, quickness and athleticism while fine tuning their execution of “routine” plays to first, force outs at each base, tag plays, double plays, plays at the plate and much more.  Players will also be instructed on proper base running techniques and game savvy on the basepath.


There will be two unique 5 week programs offered.  Take one or BOTH!  Total Player Gane Prep and Total Player Softball IQ!



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Total Player GAME PREP


Start Date:

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

8:00 - 9:00pm



Total Player Game Prep is a 5-week curriculum designed to establish solid fielding fundamentals that make for strong defensive players. Athletes will be introduced to collegiate level “everydays” as well as drills that will challenge their range, quickness and athleticism. The course will dive into work from every corner of the diamond to improve the athlete’s entire defensive arsenal.  

This program will cover:


Total Player SOFTBALL IQ


Start Date:

Saturday, March 10, 2018

Noon - 1:00pm



Total Player Softball IQ is a high tempo 5-week program that will work to enhance an athlete’s decision-making skills. Athletes will learn how to effectively combine solid fundamentals with situational pressures to gain the most desirable defensive outcomes. This program will serve to improve defensive savvy and game IQ which is often the most overlooked piece of fielding. Athletes will learn how to: