The YMCA is once again sponsoring spring training camp for potential youth baseball/softball players. The purpose of this camp it to provide young players with an opportunity to throw, field, and swing a bat during a time of the year when developing baseball skills may not be a priority. Due to the number of available gym times and the number of kids participating, the majority of the time will be spent in drills designed to get as many repetitions as possible on the basic skills during the available time.
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Oshkosh Fastclub has partnered with 360U for group instruction. Coaches and board members can suggest private instructors for your players, just ask!
SOFTBALL – PITCHING/INFIELD
Ashley Nannemann is originally from Waterford, WI and while in high school she was a varsity letter winner in three sports, but excelled in softball. Her senior year she had pitched two perfect games and four no hitters. She was recognized for All-Conference, All-County, All-Area awards as well as being nominated for the Wisconsin All Star team. Ashley continued her playing career at the Division I, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. At Green Bay she led her team to win both the Horizon League regular season title, for the first time in school history, as well as the Horizon League tournament title in 2014. Her senior year she was ranked the no.1 pitcher for Division 1 softball Nation-wide, for nearly half the season. She was named to the Horizon League All-Tournament squad while being named the tourney MVP and top pitcher. In 2015 she played professionally for Nuoro – a feeder program for the Italian National Softball League.
While overseas she had the opportunity to pitch as well as play shortstop. After one season with the Nuoro softball team she had returned home to pursue a career as a graphic designer. Currently Ashley resides in Appleton and continues to run pitching clinics and lessons.
Ashley Nannemann 262-492-8795 ANannemann@outlook.com
John Kloehn is available for private instruction. John has a long history of coaching and instructing Oshkosh softball players, especially pitching. firstname.lastname@example.org 920-420-1266