St Cloud State - Softball

2020 All Skills Winter Clinic

All Skills Winter Clinic
Grades: 3rd - 12th
*Participants will be grouped accordingly to skill level
Location: St. Cloud State University, Husky Dome
Throwing and Defensive Session: $20
Pitching and Catching: $25
Offensive and Baserunning Session: $20
All 3 clinics: $65
Saturday, February 1st Register

Sessions

10:00 - 11:15am: Throwing and Defensive Session

  • SCSU's stringy defense was 2nd in the conference in putouts and had a stellar .956 team fielding percentage to lead the Huskies to 7th in the Central Region and 3rd in the NSIC standings
  • Individual Instruction Defensively (Infield or Outfield)
  • Specialized Defensive Drills For All Players
  • Throwing Instruction and Drills to Improve Overhand throwing
  • Drills, Drills, Drills

11:15 - 12:30pm: Pitching and Catching Session (Catchers provided for the pitchers)

  • SCSU's pitcher staff's have been top 5 in the NSIC for the past 3 years in the following categories: Team ERA, wins, shutouts, innings pitched, runs given up, earned runs, walks per game, strikeouts, and batting average.
  • Pitching fundamentals
  • Increasing pitch velocity
  • Spin and Rotation data information using technology
  • SCSU Softball has been

12:30 - 1:00pm: Lunch on your own

1:00 - 2:45pm: Offensive and Baserunning Session

  • SCSU's profilic offensive was top 5 in the following NSIC categories last season (1st-Sac Hits, 2nd-AB's, Runs scored per game, RBI's, Walks, HBP's, 3rd in Hits, Slugging percentage, 5th in Homeruns
  • Will include front toss, machine and station work including movement drills, lower and upper half development, and bat speed development drills
  • SCSU baserunning technique that propelled the team to #2 in 2019 NCAA DII with number of stolen bases in a season (183), #3 in NCAA DII stolen bases per game (3.0 per game) #1 in the NSIC in stolen bases in a season (94 stolen bases), and have a history of being in the top 5 teams in the NSIC in stolen bases each season
  • Competitive drills both offensively and defensively

2:45 - 3:00pm: Q&A with Huskies Softball Coaches and Players

  • NCAA Eligibility Questions
  • Life as a student-athlete
  • Signed autographed poster

Additional Information:

  • What to bring: Please bring softball equipment such as: glove, cleats, bat, helmet, catcher’s gear etc.  Additionally bring a water bottle, tennis shoes for indoor clinic site.

Refunds
There will be no refunds for clinics the participant was unable to attend.  Every attempt will be made to reschedule the event.