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Fielding Ready
MSO Softball - Winter Workouts

Dust off your glove and stay sharp.  Come join the 8U Villagers coaches run through a variety of softball drills (hitting, fielding, throwing) and speed/agility activities.

Open to all MSO Recreation Softball players in Grades 1 through 3.  No commitment for the Summer Villagers is required, so come out to learn more about the program and develop your skills.

See the MSO Softball Clinics page for more details and to pre-register!



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MSO Softball – Winter Pitching & Catching Clinics

Is your daughter interested in giving softball pitching and/or catching a try?  Come join leading coaches to learn more about these important specialty positions.  Open to all MSO Recreation Softball players in Grades 3 through 8.

See the MSO Softball Clinics page for more details and to pre-register!



Batting Cages
MSO Softball – Winter Hitting Clinics

Keep your swing sharp in the off-season.  Come join local hitting coach Chris Henry to learn and refresh hitting fundamentals and get some reps in the batting cages.  Open to all 2016 Villagers players born in years 2004 through 2008.

See the MSO Softball Clinics page for more details and to pre-register!



2017 Spring Recreation Softball Registration
In-person and online registration will take place starting January 21.  See the Recreation Softball page for more details, times and locations.

Handouts:  Registration Form, Coaching Application & Volunteer Form



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Coaching and Volunteer Opportunities

Help Wanted

The success of the MSO Softball Program rests with the many volunteers who help out in a variety of ways.  Adult volunteers are needed for all teams to serve as coaches, assistant coaches and team managers.  If you are willing and able, please sign up when you register your child!

PARENT OF A NEW PLAYER?  Don’t let inexperience keep you off the field.  MANY VOLUNTEERS are needed in coaching and supporting roles for our T-Ball and Rookie Leagues (the more the merrier)!  MSO Softball will offer coaches’ training and instruction to support all our new and returning coaches.

If you have any questions, please come to one of the registration sessions - coaches will be on hand to describe the program in detail.

HEAD COACH – The Head Coach has the primary responsibility of dealing with players and parents.  He/she has final decision in all softball matters.  Coaching volunteers are required to attend the Rutgers S.A.F.E.T.Y. Clinic (one time only).  Information on the Rutgers’ clinic dates and times will be posted in the Coaches' Corner section once it is available.

ASSISTANT COACH – An Assistant Coach has the responsibility of helping the Head Coach.  Coaching volunteers are required to attend the Rutgers S.A.F.E.T.Y. Clinic (one time only).  Information on the Rutgers’ clinic dates and times will be posted in the Coaches' Corner section once it is available.

Handouts:  Coaching & Volunteer Forms



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