Playing time vs. Winning the game Which is more important: playing lesser-skilled players
A team will never stretch itself beyond the expectations of its coach. It was once said that Vince Lombardi, former football coach of the Green Bay Packers (1959–1967), was so good that he could beat you with his team the first half of a game, and then take the opposing team and beat you with [...]
Let’s talk personalities. In its most simplistic form, I see four types of softball players—especially at the junior high and high school levels. While there may be more player personality types, these are the few I’ve consistently encountered throughout my years of coaching. 1. Players that hope things happen
It’s that time of year, again! School is back in session, and the fall softball season will soon be in full swing. In an attempt to make the transition more budget-friendly for families, WestCoastFastpitch.com is hosting a “back-to-school” giveaway.
This is part-one of a two-part series focused on the characteristics of a successful softball team. Today’s post looks at the five aspects of a successful squad from a coach’s perspective; Thursday’s post will look at the five aspects of success from a parent’s perspective. Five characteristics of a successful team