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Nov, 2018

Pitching Clinic Nov 27th

Our 4-Week Pitching Clinic starts on November 27th with former Plattsburgh State player and current Burnt Hills Softball Pitching Coach Jackie Weber. This clinic is for all girls at any level in the BHBL Girls Softball system who are looking to progress their pitching skills to the next level.

Dates & Times

The clinic will be held at Pashley Elementary School in Glenville starting on November 27th.

Dates: 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18 Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm (10 girl max)

IMPORTANT - Each girl participating in this pitching clinic will need to have a parent in attendance to help catch them during the pitching drills. Also, please make sure that they bring a glove, fielders mask and sneakers.

Clinic Cost

All four weeks: $40 or $10 per session Registration Information To register, please email Jeff Ewing at [email protected] Checks should be made payable to “BHBL Girls Softball” and delivered in person at the start of the clinic.

About Coach Weber

Jaclyn Weber graduated from Plattsburgh State University in 2008 with a dual degree in childhood education and special education. She completed her master’s degree in literacy at SUNY Albany in 2010. She is currently a special education teacher at the Burnt Hills - Ballston Lake Middle School. Jaclyn has provided private pitching lessons for many middle school and high school athletes. She has also coached in a variety of clinics in Plattsburgh and in the Capital Region since 2004. While pitching at Plattsburgh, Jaclyn had a career ERA of 1.54 with a win-loss record of 71-29. While pitching 612 innings, she struck out 831 batters. During Jaclyn’s career, the Cardinals won their first SUNYAC championship and their first regional championship. During her junior year, Plattsburgh earned fourth place in the Division III World Series.
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