Prince William Girls Fastpitch Softball: Camps & Clinics

Sunday, December 23
2019 PWGFS Winter Camps


The Winter Hitting and Fielding Clinics will be held at on Sundays, from 2/17-3/10 at 2pm-4pm.


12u, 14u, 16u and 18u 

Hitting: 2/17

 Fielding: 2/24


8u and 10u

 Hitting: 3/3

Fielding: 3/10 


All Ability Levels from Beginner to Advanced are welcome.

Players will be grouped by skill level to facilitate instruction, learning, and fun!



The 2019 PWGFS Winter Pitching Program will be held at the Ferlazzo Building on Mondays and Wednesdays from 1/7-3-13 at 6pm-8pm.  There may be an OPTIONAL Saturday added.  

Tuesday, December 25
2019 PWGFS Winter Pitching Program

This year's Winter Pitcher Program will be headed up by Marnie Sundberg Schneider, Assistant Coach, Diamond Rebels. Marnie was a 4 year starting pitcher at LeMoyne College. She led the softball team to their first ever World Series (Nationals) in her Junior and Senior year (team finished 5th in the nation, out of over 280 Div. 2 teams nationwide). Marnie is the most accomplished pitcher in the history of the softball program at LeMoyne College (3rd Team All-American Pitcher). She ranks in the top of every major pitching category and set the school record in Career ERA (0.85 in 710 IP), Career Wins (74), Most Shutouts (40), Most Strikeouts (744). Also set the school record with appearances, games started, complete games, and innings pitched. She was inducted into the LeMoyne College Hall of Fame in 2014. Marnie has instructed pitchers of all levels since she graduated college in 2003. She pitched and coached in Europe after graduating. She led her Swedish team to its best record season and was the starting pitcher for the first Swedish team to ever win the European Cup Tournament. She has coached one-on-one pitching lessons for over 13 years at indoor facilities in NC and in TX. In NC she built her clientele to 60 pitchers a week and also ran team travel ball practices. She teaches proper pitching mechanics for speed and location. She also teaches off speed pitches and many movement pitches (drop, drop-curve, screwball and rise) when pitchers are ready to advance. She stresses the importance of perfect practice, dedication to the mound and mental toughness. 

These clinics are NOT drop off practices, a parent must be present and active in the instructions. Pitchers need to have a catcher present, which can be their parent. The most successful pitchers, have someone at home that is working with them on having good pitching habits. The program will take place Monday and Wednesday evenings at the Ferlazzo Building. 

We really hope you take advantage of this great opportunity to be ready when spring ball begins. Girls must understand that if they want to be a successful pitcher in the spring (pitching strikes and have good power, or different pitches) THEY MUST BE WORKING ON IT NOW.

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