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INDIANA SOFTBALL CAMPS

Dates

2018 W.I.N. The Day Softball Fall Academy

09/11/2018-10/01/2018

$40/session*

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2019 W.I.N. The Day Softball Winter Academy

01/08/2019, 01/15/2019, 01/22/2019, 01/29/2019

$40/session

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2018 W.I.N. The Day West Virginia Fall Academy

10/27/2018-10/28/2018

$45/session*

Thunder Dome, Kenova, W.V.

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All Indiana Camps are open to all and any entrants

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THE 2018 fall CAMPS

W.I.N. the Day fall clinic series - REGISTER NOW!

Mondays - Sept. 10, 17, 24, Oct. 1, 2018
Tuesdays - Sept. 4, 11, 18, 25, 2018
Thursday - Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27, 2018
$40/Session
 

AVAILABLE SESSIONS EACH DAY
Defense & Agility - 5-6 p.m. (Open to Grades 1-6)
Hitting - 6-7 p.m. (Open to Grades 1-12)
Defensive & Agility - 7-8 p.m. (Open to Grades 7-12)

W.I.N. the Day WEST VIRGINIA FALL ACADEMY - REGISTER NOW!

October 27 & 28, 2018
Thunder Dome
1235 Maple Street, Kenova, West Virginia, 25530
$45/Session
 

AVAILABLE SESSIONS
Saturday, Oct. 27
6-7 p.m.: Catching (All Ages)  Session I
7-8 p.m. - Hitting (All Ages) Session 2
8-9 p.m.  - Catching (All Ages) Session 3

Sunday, Oct. 28
9-10 a.m.- Hitting (Ages 12+) - Session 4
9-10 a.m. - Defense (Ages 6-11) - Session 5
10-11 a.m. - Defense (Ages 12+) - Session 6
10-11 a.m. - Hitting (Ages 6-11) - Session 7
11 a.m.-Noon - Slapping (All Ages) - Session 8
11 a.m.-Noon - Catching (All Ages) - Session 9
12-1 p.m. - Base Running (All Ages) - Session 10
12-1 p.m. - Pitching (All Ages) - Session 11
2-3 p.m. - Beginner Strength and Conditioning (Ages 12+) - Session 12
2-3 p.m. - Hitting (Ages 6-11) - Session 13
3-4 p.m. - Hitting (Ages 12+) - Session 14
3-4 p.m. - Defense (Ages 6-11) - Session 15
4-5 p.m. - Slapping (All Ages) - Session 16
4-5 p.m. - Pitching (All Ages) - Session 17

Instruction will be provided by Indiana Softball Graduate Assistant, Morgan Zerkle. Morgan Zerkle was a member of Team USA in 2016 and 2017. She currently plays professionally for Scrap Yard Fast Pitch. She graduated from Marshall University in 2017 where she was a Conference USA Player of the Year and an NFCA All-American.

Instruction will also be provided by Indiana Softball Volunteer Coach, Gwen Svekis. Gwen Svekis was a member of Team USA in 2016 and currently plays professionally for the Chicago Bandits. She graduated from the University of Oregon in 2017 where she was an NFCA All-American and National Catcher of the Year.

WV Fall Academy is open to any and all entrants, only restricted by age. Register early to assure a spot. Each session will be capped at 10 girls. Registrations will be accepted until session is full. No refunds will be issued; however, a credit can be applied to a future Win the Day Softball Clinic.

For questions or more information regarding the WV Fall Academy, please email Morgan Zerkle.

THE 2019 Winter CAMPS

W.I.N. the Day Softball Winter Academy - REGISTRATION COMING SOON

Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29, 2019
$40/Session
 

AVAILABLE SESSIONS EACH DAY
Defense & Agility - 5-6 p.m. (Open to Grades 1-6)
Hitting - 6-7 p.m. (Open to Grades 1-12)
Defensive & Agility - 7-8 p.m. (Open to Grades 7-12)

Schedules are tentative and are subject to change based on number of participants, weather or Indiana Softball practice.


In addition to Indiana Softball Coaching Staff, instruction will be provided by Morgan Zerkle and Gwen Svekis. Morgan Zerkle was a member of Team USA in 2016 and 2017. She currently plays professionally for the Scrap Yard Dawgs. She graduated from Marshall University in 2017 where she was a Conference USA Player of the Year and an NFCA All-American. Gwen Svekis currently plays professionally with the Chicago Bandits and recently graduated from the University of Oregon as the NFCA National Catcher of the Year and NFCA First Team All-American. In 2016, she was a member of the USA Women’s Elite Team.


Defense & Agility Session-
This clinic will focus the on fundamentals to develop footwork and glovework in the development of the complete position player. Instruction will center on daily drills and routines to help position players become the most dependable defensive player.


Hitting Session-
This clinic will focus on the fundamentals of the swing and drills to develop you into an elite hitter. Learn approach and routines to become a more consistent and explosive hitter. Slapping instruction also available.


For questions or more information regarding the clinics, please Email the staff.


Registration Note -
Registrations will be accepted until session is full. No refunds will be issued for a cancellation; however, a credit can be applied to a future Indiana Softball Clinic.

THE COACHES

Shonda Stanton
Head Softball Coach, Indiana University

Shonda Stanton begins her first year as the head softball coach at Indiana University after a highly successful 18-year run as the softball coach at Marshall. During her time at Marshall, Stanton became the winningest coach in program history with 560 victories and posted 12 seasons with 30 or more wins.

“We are thrilled to have Shonda Stanton as the new head coach for our softball program,” Glass said. “Widely respected, Shonda is a winner known for her recruiting acumen, strong player development, and commitment to graduating confident young women. Shonda is a great fit for Indiana University.”

In 2017, Stanton led Marshall to a program-record 42-12 mark and an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. During the season, Marshall posted a 17-game winning streak in 2017 and a 20-4 conference record leading to Stanton being picked as the Conference USA Coach of the Year.

During her tenure, Stanton guided the Thundering Herd to five conference championship games and led the team to two Mid-American Conference championships, a Conference USA regular season championship and Conference USA Tournament title.

Under Stanton’s tutelage, Marshall had 76 all-conference selections and nine conference Player, Pitcher or Freshman of the Year accolades. Off the field, Marshall posted a team GPA of 3.0 in every semester of Stanton’s career and have had 103 named NFCA All-America Scholar-Athletes.

As a player, Stanton was a four-year starter at UNC Greensboro and lead the team to back-to-back Big South Conference championships. In addition, Stanton scored 66 runs during her senior campaign, good for eighth in the nation.

Complete Bio

Chanda Bell
Assistant Softball Coach, Indiana University

Chanda Bell begins her first season as an IU assistant after spending four years on Stanton’s Marshall staff in the same role.

In the four-year stretch that Bell and fellow first-year IU assistant coach Kendall Fearn were with Stanton at Marshall, the team posted a winning percentage of .616, the second-best four-year run in program history.

During her playing career at Kentucky, Bell left the Wildcats as the all-time winningest pitcher and was the first in team history to record 200-plus strikeouts in all four seasons. Additionally, she was the first Wildcat to throw a no-hitter, as well as the first to toss a perfect game. Bell still sits atop the Kentucky record book with 910 career strikeouts and owns three of the top four single-season strikeout marks.
 
Complete Bio

Kendall Fearn
Assistant Softball Coach, Indiana University

Kendall Fearn is in her first year as an IU assistant coach after four years on Marshall’s coaching staff.

“I am incredibly proud to bring Kendall and Chanda with me to Bloomington,” said Stanton. “Our student-athletes are getting two of the best rising coaching stars in the business.”

Fearn, who will work primarily with hitting and the outfield, was named as Marshall’s associate head coach prior to the 2017 season. During her four seasons at Marshall, Fearn guided the Herd bats to a .313 average while posting three of the top four scoring seasons in program history. This past season, Marshall led the country with 162 stolen bases and posted a .308 batting average, best in C-USA.

Fearn came to the Thundering Herd after two seasons coaching at her alma mater, UNLV, and a year at Georgia Southern. During her playing career, Fearn was a two-time Mountain West All-Conference pick and started 227 games at first base and third base. Fearn guided UNLV to a NCAA Regional appearance in 2009 and finished her time at UNLV ranked in seven different categories in the record book.

Complete Bio

 

Morgan Zerkle
Graduate Student Manager, Indiana University

Former Marshall standout Morgan Zerkle joined the Indiana Softball coaching staff as a graduate student manager in January 2018.

A 2017 NFCA All-American, Senior CLASS All-American and Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-American, Zerkle was selected by the Scrap Yard Dawgs in the 2017 NPF Draft. The native of Milton, W. Va. finished her Marshall career atop the record books in batting average (.451), triples (14) and stolen bases (162). In addition, she was second all-time in slugging percentage (.594), on-base percentage (.489), runs (181), hits (289) and total bases (381)..

Zerkle was named the 2017 Conference USA Player of the Year and Female Athlete of the Year, in addition to being a four-time All-Conference and NFCA All-Region selection. Off the field, Zerkle was a member of the Conference USA All-Academic Team every year in which she was eligible and was regularly named to the Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Complete Bio

 

Gwen Zvekis
Volunteer Assistant, Indiana University

Gwen Svekis, a former Oregon standout and 2018 NFCA National Catcher of the Year, was announced as a volunteer assistant coach for Indiana Softball on July 30.

The Davie, Fla. native was a three-time All-Pacific Region selection for the Ducks, capped by a senior season that saw her earn First Team honors on top of being named an NFCA First Team All-American and First Team All-Pac 12 honoree. During the 2018 campaign, Svekis batted .324 with 57 hits, 17 home runs, 60 RBI and 42 runs scored as she led Oregon to the Women's College World Series for the third time in her four seasons.

Following her time at Oregon, Svekis was drafted by the Chicago Bandits of the National Pro Fastpitch league as the third overall pick. In addition, Svekis was a member of Team USA's 2016 Women's Elite Team and participated in the World Cup of Softball.

Complete Bio

ADDITIONAL CAMP PARTICULARS

WHAT TO BRING

  • Bat
  • Glove
  • Cleats
  • Sneakers
  • Helmet
  • Water Bottle
  • Catchers gear if needed
  • Bring a catcher if participating in pitching clinic

DIRECTIONS TO BLOOMINGTON

You may retrieve directions by going to www.mapquest.com and typing in the destination of Foster Quad / N. Fee Lane /Bloomington, Indiana / 47405.

From the North & East
Take Hwy. 37 south out of Indianapolis and proceed 41 mile to Hwy. 45/46, Indiana University exit. Turn left (east) and go approximately 2.0 miles to Fee Lane and turn right. Follow Fee Lane approximately 1 mile to Foster Drive and turn left. Foster is the first left turn after the baseball field and follow signs to check-in.

From the West
Take Hwy. 46 into Bloomington. After crossing Hwy. 37, take Hwy 45/46 approximately 2.0 miles to Fee Lane and turn right. Follow Fee Lane approximately 1 mile to Foster Drive and turn left. Foster is the first left turn after the baseball field and follow signs to check-in.

From the South
Take Hwy. 37 north and proceed to Hwy. 45/46, Indiana University exit. Turn right (east) and go approximately 2.0 miles to Fee Lane and turn right. Follow Fee Lane approximately 1 mile to Foster Drive and turn left. Foster is the first left turn after the baseball field and follow signs to check-in.