Since its inception, FANA has helped young women with their goal to play collegiate softball.
Growing up playing fastpitch softball in the morning and little league baseball in the afternoon was a great way to understand both games.
Being an experienced former player, collegiate coach, and a current NCAA umpire, has given me an insight that few instructors have received. This insight is passed on in each lesson no matter what the level of student. From current collegiate students to first time students, the basics are the same with more details for the experienced players.
Lessons in any aspect of the game of fastpitch softball are available to all ages. These lessons were only given through word of mouth referrals for many years. And the students have always been chosen carefully. Only serious students have, and will have, this opportunity.
Feel free to contact me through email with your contact information. My information is:
Dave George, [email protected], 760-473-6339
Have a great and prosperous day!
The game and the athletes are important to me. The depth of knowledge growing in them gives me pride in each one. Their successes are inspiring and a driving force to continue doing what I do.
I saw a huge difference in the abilities of hitting, fielding, and throwing almost immediately.
Lesson 1 is an introductory lesson lasting approximately 40-60 minutes.
Former Boy's and Men's Fastpitch Player
Former NCAA Collegiate Coach
Current NCAA Collegiate Umpire
Depending upon the skill taught approximately $40-60/lesson.
(With earned bonus discounts also available)
A collegue convinced me to give lessons after my playing days and he was inspiring. So I've been giving lessons and teaching since.
From brand new young players to olympians.
Walking around the NCAA College World Series with a collegiate student for her first time playing in the World Series.
Look for an experienced instructor with a goal for you in mind. One that has more than just playing experience is best.
What do you see as your goal for me? (It should always be that the instructor says... "the goal is to help know how to you make your own adjustments eventually")