Elite Collegiate Skills Camps
Super Softball Coaches Clinic - College
Courtyard By Marriott
January 31st - February 1st, 2014
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Collegiate Skills Camps and Clinics along with Massachusetts ASA bring to New England a superior clinic to make you a better coach for the upcoming season.
Six nationally known speakers
Vendors will be present present
Free Beer and wing blast for coaches Friday Night
Close to Midnight Madness
College Coaches Session Friday Night
January 31st and February 1st
$150.00 (Maximum of 5 Coaches from Staff)
Courtyard By Marriott - Billerica
270 Concord Road
Billerica, Massachusetts 01821 USA
Please mention Collegiate Skills Camps, to ensure the 79.00 Dollar Rate
COACHES IN ATTENDANCE
George Wares, Central Iowa
George Wares is the winningest softball coach in NCAA Division III history. In 29 seasons as Central College head coach, Wares has compiled a 977-323-3 record (.749) and established the mark for all-time Division III wins. In 2007, Wares was inducted into the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Hall of Fame. Wares has piloted the Dutch to national championships in
Deb Pallozzi, Ithaca
1988, 1991, 1993 and 2003 with national runner-up finishes in 1986 and 2001. His 24 NCAA playoff teams have finished in the national top five 12 times.
Deb Pallozzi has built the Bomber softball program into a perennial playoff contender. She coached the team to its first national championship in 2002, leading the Bombers to a 1-0 win over Lake Forest in the NCAA championship game. She is the school's winningest softball coach, and a 2011 inductee into the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Hall of Fame Pallozzi won her 700th career game as coach of the Bombers during the 2013 season. Pallozzi is the 10th coach overall in NCAA Division III softball history to reach 700 career wins, and only six coaches all-time have achieved 700 wins at one school.
Roy Kortman, LIU
Entering his 20th season as head coach at LIU, Roy Kortmann has built a perennial softball powerhouse in downtown Brooklyn and one of the top programs in the Northeast region. His teams have won 10 regular season Northeast Conference titles, along with nine NEC Tournament titles and subsequent trips to the NCAA Regionals. Kortmann has been voted the NEC Coach of the Year on seven occasions. This past season, Kortmann led a youthful bunch to a victory over No. 14 Michigan at the Florida Atlantic Kickoff Classic and a 3-1 triumph over eventual NCAA at-large team BYU. Kortman has 535 career wins.
Sean Cotter Umass Lowell
Sean Cotter enters his fifth year as head coach of the UMass Lowell softball program and has guided the River Hawks to a 117-86-1 record since arriving in 2010. UMass Lowell is fresh off its best season in the Cotter era, having gone 34-18 in 2012 which included a return to the NCAA Tournament East Regional for the first time since 2007. The win total matched the program's single season record. Cotter had previously spent the last 10 years as head coach at Plattsburgh State Through his 13 years of head coaching experience, Cotter has compiled an overall record of 378-251. Cotter enjoyed perhaps his best season in 2007 when he guided the Cardinals to a 37-14 overall record (16-4 SUNYAC, second), the NCAA Division III Northeast Region Championship and a fourth place showing at the Division III Softball World Series.
Friday, January 31st
Saturday, February 1st
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