I’ve been studying hitting mechanics for years and I’ve heard many, many different philosophies, but this kid’s mechanics are off-the-chart incredible!
Just goes to show that you don’t need to be huge to put the ball over the fence. A homerun is merely a byproduct of a good quality swing.
Clint Myers previously led Arizona State to two NCAA Championships but now it’s Auburn softball’s turn as he became its second head coach in program history, on Friday, June 14, 2013.
In only his second year at Auburn while claiming SEC coach of the year here’s a few 2015 stats:
- Program-best 56 wins
- Won first SEC tournament title in school history
- First WCWS appearance (lost to Florida in semifinals)
Paige Lowary, 14, Missouri Softball
Didn’t play travel softball and only threw fastball while in high school. Coach Earleywine heard about her from a friend. I guess this goes to show that you don’t need travel or fancy recruiting to play D1 in a big way (being over 6 foot tall and throwing over 70 mph helped I’m sure).
Renada Davis, 25 Sr. SS, NC State
2014: Second Team All-ACC selection … Davis broke school’s all-time career home run record with her 50th against Georgia in the NCAA Regional
Cheridan Hawkins pitching, 11, Oregon
Hawkins threw a perfect game and three no-hitters in her stellar junior season! Hawkins dominates with spin, not speed.