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LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Following a successful first year, the National Fastpitch Coaches Association is pleased to announce that registration is open for the 2018-19 NFCA Coaches Clinics. A new speaker lineup is solidified for year two, which features 40 of the top softball minds in the country, who will share their knowledge, drills and secrets this winter.

Coaches Clinics Registration

"The NFCA is looking to build upon the success of last year's clinics," said NFCA Executive Director Carol Bruggeman.  Each new clinic will provide relevant, cutting-edge fastpitch education from the best coaches in the country.“The NFCA is thrilled to provide first-class events nationwide to help our coaches on their quest for excellence.”

With fastpitch education as one of the NFCA’s highest priorities, each clinic offers 15 hours of educational programming, a social hour with the coaches, giveaways, and the opportunity to make you a better coach.

Clinics will be offered in seven cities- Chicago (2), Louisville, Portland, Ore., Charlotte, Nashville, Minneapolis and Kansas City with five speakers at each clinic. Over two days, participants will gain knowledge from world-class speakers and be able to mingle with exhibitors, who will be showcasing some of the newest innovations in the softball world.

Chicago I (Nov. 30-Dec. 1)

Gayle Blevins, Iowa (ret.); Mickey Dean, Auburn; Kenny Gajewski, Oklahoma State; Yvette Healy, Wisconsin; Beverly Smith, South Carolina.

Chicago II (Jan. 4-5)

Chris Malveaux, Missouri; Jen McIntyre, Connecticut; Shonda Stanton, Indiana; Beth Torina, LSU; Mike White, Texas

Louisville (Jan. 4-5)

Lonni Alameda, Florida State, Mike Candrea, Arizona; Courtney Deifel, Arkansas; Natalie Poole, Memphis; Michelle Venturella, Washington University

Minneapolis (Jan. 18-19)

Deb Hartwig, Just Softball; Lauren Lappin, UMSL; Darren Mueller, North Dakota State; Rhonda Revelle, Nebraska; Vann Stuedeman, Mississippi State

Nashville (Jan. 18-19)

Caryl Drohan, Northwester; Deanna Gumpf, Notre Dame; Kelly Inouye-Perez; Jacquie Joseph, Michigan State; Heather Tarr, Washington

Charlotte (Jan. 25-26)

Patty Gasso, Oklahoma; Rachel Lawson; Diane Miller, Nebraska; John Rittman, Clemson; Karen Weekly, Tennessee

Portland (Jan. 25-26)

Jo Evans, Texas A&M; Trisha Ford, Arizona State; Melissa Gentile, Powerline Softball; Maggie Livreri, Boise State; Mike Stith, OC Batbusters

Kansas City (Feb. 1-2)

Larissa Anderson, Missouri; Kristi Bredbenner, Wichita State; Boo De Oliveira, Purdue; Megan Smith, Marshall; Kirk Walker, UCLA

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