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


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.

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