Check out our new mega drill series with over 250 drills! Instructing is John Tschida, University of St. Thomas Head Coach; All-time winningest Division III coach with a career record of 573-98, 3x national championship coach, 2x NFCA Division III National Coach of the Year!
New Softball DVD featuring Dorothy Maver (Dr. Dot)! Train with Dr. Dot and KNOW how to become a confident, consistent contact hitter!
The Maver Method is a simple yet powerful technique/ program of hitting that is customized for every hitter in order to generate maximum softball-hitting consistency, contact, and power with every swing. It is a combination of mental practice, emotional control, and an understanding and confident execution of the biomechanics of hitting. Dr. Dot covers everything you need to know to get you and/or your team into tip-top hitting form and raise those batting averages from meager to masterful.
|“I wanted to find a method to make our hitters more powerful, yet disciplined hitters… I have seen immediate improvement. Even our best hitters have been able to implement some of the basic concepts to help their swing.”|
|– Donna Newberry; Muskingum University Head Coach; NFCA Hall of Fame inductee, NCAA D-III Career wins leader|
New Softball DVD featuring Patty Gasso! (University of Oklahoma Head Coach, 2000 National Champions, 3X Big 12 Coach of the Year)!
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We have recently produced a new softball DVD series with John Tschida titled Mega Softball Drill Series. This series contains over 250 drills to improve hitting, pitching, and fielding. This series is great for all ages because Tschida covers fundamentals, drills, and error correction.
John Tschida is the head softball coach at the University of St. Thomas (MN) and is regarded among the elite coaches in all of college softball. In 15 years of college coaching, Tschida has won three NCAA championships and became the winningest Division III coach with an overall record of 578-98. Tschida has been named NFCA Division III National Coach of the Year twice and MIAC Coach of the Year eight times!