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2nd ANNUAL SOFTBALL SKILLS CLINIC

INSTRUCTORS

October 11, 2009


12:30pm-7:00pm
Benefit: “The Russell Home” and Libby’s Legacy
Breast Cancer Foundation

• Mellisa “Skeeter” Gentile


• Owner of Fast-pitch Learning Academy- Clearwater
• Consultant for: Stacy Nuveman and Jessica Mendoza
• 6 yrs. Div. 1 Collegiate coaching experience
• 4 yrs. Collegiate player University Of Michigan
• NCAA Finalist for Sportswoman of the Year – 1999
• USA National Team Camps and Olympic Festivals 1995-2000
• USA Pan-American Team 1997

• Nikole Eaton
• Specializing in: Hitting, Slapping, Outfield, Catching and Speed / Agility
• 5 years of Collegiate Coaching experience most recently at Eastern Michigan
University
• 4 years of Collegiate playing experience in both softball and basketball at Adrian
College
• Instructed camps/clinics across the country since 1995
• 2 years coaching Michigan Thunder travel ball team

• Jennifer Olds
• University of Michigan-Division 1 - pitcher
• All American 2002
• Professional PFX tour team member

• Dr. Tom Hanson


• Doctorate in education specializing in the study of sport psychology and
extraordinary performance from the University of Virginia
• His research included interviews with: Hank Aaron, Pete Rose, Stan Musial on
the mental aspects of hitting.
• The director of Performance Enhancement for the New York Yankees, Minnosota
Twins and the Anaheim Angels
• Co-Author of the educational fiction book, “Who will do what by when” and
“Heads-up baseball” playing the game one pitch at a time which has sold over
65,000 copies
• Has guided organizations and individuals in business to produce exceptional,
fulfilling results to include: Microsoft, Fannie Mae and Kaiser Permanente and
many other financial service companies.
• Personal Performance Coach for teams, and one on one training to include
personal performance and team effectiveness.
• Owner of Baseball Success Secrets program

• Sondra Landry
• Southeastern Louisiana University
• All Conference/American – 1994-1996
• Leader in batting averages, homeruns and RBI’s
• Women’s “A” softball circuit since 2000
• Has eight World Series rings
• USSSA All-World team 2003 and 2008
• USSSA All-World most valuable player
• All-American team in 2002,2005, 200

• Cindy Corrado
• New Jersey Fast-pitch – All Conference
• Lake City Community College
• NJCC World Series Champion 1983
• All-Conference third base 1983
• USSSA Women’s “A” circuit since 1994
• USSSA All-American
• World Series National Champion 2000
• Multiple Offensive and Defensive awards
• University of Florida
• As heard on ESPN radio
• David Occhialini
• Head Coach Bishop Moore HS
• Head Coach Central Florida Sting
• 8 State Championships and 3 National titles
• 6 years as President Maitland Softball Association
• Amateur Softball Association Junior Olympic Advisory Board
• National Director for Softball USA
• Coaching Fastpitch Softball since 1999

• Mary Huff
• USSSA World Series 18 Championships
• 4 MVP 2 Offensive MVP 1 Defensive MVP 9 All tournament team

• 18 and Under Championship 1


• ASA National Championships 7 years
• All tournament team 5 years
• College Championships 2
• All American team 2

• Ruby Nugent
• Division 1 – yr. FAMU-outfield
• Assistant Coach FAMU
• USSSA Women’s “A” circuit

• Traci Conrad Fischer


• University of Notre Dame Asst. Coach (‘99-01)
• All Time Big Ten Conference Hits Leader
• 1996 College World Series All Tourney Team
• Univ. of Michigan Career Records:
• 3 Time NFCA All-American
• 2 Time GTE Academic All-American
• Played two years in Women’s Professional League
• WPSL’s Akron Racers
• Member of 1997 US Pan Am National Team

• Dana Mullen
• Coaching experience 22 years
• Pitching Instructor 18 years
• Brevard Community College Coach
• Florida Tech Coach
• Bethune Cook-man Coach
• Author and Columnist for Softball Magazine, Double Play, Coach and
British Softball Magazine

• Shannon Steinhilber
• Lead Softball Instructor at Hit & Run Baseball Training
• Birmingham-Southern College Softball Team Captain ('03-'04)
• Big South All Conference Team ('03)
• Big South All Academic Team ('02-'03)

• Highest Fielding Percentage ('03)


• Helped Lead Central Arizona College to a Second Place finish in the National
Junior College Tournament ('00)
• All tournament catcher as a freshman ('00)
• NJCAA Academic All-American ('01)
• All NJCAA Region I Catcher ('00)

• Neil Boyton
• President of the Brevard Stealers Organization
• Coached over 2,185 combined baseball and softball games
• Pitching, catching and communications Coach
• Coached and mentored over 400 girls with 311 playing High School
And 11 playing College softball