Welcome to our second annual Heritage Christian Softball Coaches Clinic. We are inviting high school coaches, travel coaches, recreational league, and other coaches who wish to learn tips and drills for coaching their teams. Coach Sullivan is an outstanding speaker and does a great job sharing many ideas for success. The Clinic is Saturday, November 5. It is from 12:00PM to 3:00PM at Heritage Christian School (Auxiliary Gym) 6401 East 75th Street Indianapolis, IN 46250 Near I465 and I69 intersection on the NE side of Indy. This is an informal session with lots of time for questions and answers. The fee to attend the clinic is $30.00 per person and is payable at the clinic. Please invite your friends and come share a great time of learning with other coaches. Call Rich Bailey for more info (317 331-9219) email@example.com
Featured Speaker of Clinic Head Coach, Erin Sullivan Erin Sullivan enters her seventh season at the helm of the Belles softball program in the 2011-12 school year. During the 2006 campaign she guided Saint Mary's to their most wins in school history (28) while posting a third place finish in MIAA play. In 2007, Sullivan's squad finished the season with the highest winning percentage in program history with a .735 clip (25-9 record). The 2008 Belles squad had their highest finish in MIAA play ever as the team finished the regular season in second place with a record-high 12 wins. The 2010 squad set many school and conference records. Sullivan's team led the MIAA in batting average (.373) and set the MIAA record for most total bases (253) as well as setting the second highest number of hits in conference history with 176, just three hits short of the record. Last spring, the program had their sixth consecutive 20+ win season. During Sullivan's tenure, the Belles have had four pitchers throw six no-hitters since 2006. Moreover, Sullivan has coached 11 All-MIAA players, two MIAA MVP, a two-time MIAA Batting Champion, four NFCA All-Region athletes, 26 NFCA Scholar Athletes, and a two-time All-American in six seasons. Coach Sullivan is a 2004 alumna of Saint Mary’s where she was a four-year starter. During her senior year she captained the softball team to their first ever MIAA Softball Tournament Championship. She was the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Batting Champion and the Offensive Player of the Year in 2004. She also earned her Master's in Business Administration from the University of Saint Francis (Ind.) in 2010. Coach Sullivan was a National Fastpitch Coaches Association Academic All-American for 2003 and 2004.
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