Developing the skills to effectively play baseball and sofball is done through practice and repitition (drills). Practice and games are the forum where drills are used to provide an active and enjoyable learning enviroment.
Makenzie Stenson rips a double to deep center field to drive in the game's first run for Northern California.
Cayden Olvey lifts a double to center field that hops over the fence, bringing home two runs to extend Georgia's lead to 8-3 in the 5th inning.
Fundamental Focus - Station 1: Baserunning will teach your players the rules of baserunning and improve their baserunning skills. What You'll Need: Bases Drill Sequence: The players each begin on…
Fundamental Focus: Team throwing helps players strengthen their arms and make more accurate throws. What You'll Need: Hula Hoops Clips or String Cones Buckets Balls Drill Sequence: Players are grouped…
Fundamental Focus: Run the bases helps players become more familiar with the bases and basepaths. What You'll Need: Bases (4) Drill Sequence: Following the coach, the players run/jog around the…
Former UCLA player Jen Schroeder discusses softball catching drills, particularly the ball blocking drill.
University of Washington Head Softball Coach Heather Tarr explains another drill to help with fielding and throwing – The 3 Point Drill.
University of Washington Head Softball Coach Heather Tarr explains another drill to help with the hand path to a ball with the Isolating Arm Drill.