The Amateur Softball Association (ASA) of America and USA Softball announced today a strategic partnership with the Softball Factory of Columbia, Md. In an effort to provide fast pitch players with more exposure to colleges and additional opportunities to be identified for the USA Softball Junior National Team, ASA/USA Softball and Softball Factory are launching a National Identification Program. [Read More]
Softball Factory is pleased to announce the newest addition to our advisory board: USA Junior Women’s National Softball Head Coach Karen Johns. From 1985-1988, Johns played her collegiate softball at the University of South Carolina where she was a four-year letterwinner. In addition, she was a two-time NFCA First-Team All-American catcher her junior and senior year. From 1989-1995, Johns won a multitude of gold medals at several international and national competitions including the Olympic Festival, the ISF World Championships, the South Pacific Classic, and the Pan American Games. [Read More]
Dear Lea Ann & Jeff,
The Softball Factory’s videoing and player evaluation process was a fabulous experience for our team and players. The knowledge, structure, and professionalism by the Softball Factory personnel and Lea Ann Jarvis was very impressive. Our players seemed to respond extremely well to your drills, stations, time trials, and method of communication set forth during the filming session. All our players looked relaxed and not tense which is why we think this was a successful session. [Read More]
Lea Ann Jarvis: Fastpitch Focus
The Cathedral City Classic, hosted by Oregon State, took place the last weekend in February at the University Big League Dreams Sports Complex in Palm Springs, CA. The event featured 34 of the top Division I softball programs from across the country over four days of tournament action. The entire atmosphere was incredible right down to the smell, noise and feel. It was great to be back in the atmosphere of big time DI softball. Some of the top teams in attendance included UCLA, Arizona, Florida, Texas, Indiana, Texas A&M, Fullerton, Hawaii, Oregon State and Oklahoma. [Read More]
After over 16 years providing baseball players nationwide with professional training and expert college guidance, Baseball Factory is excited to announce the launch of a new division…Softball Factory! Softball Factory will provide authentic training and college recruiting programs for youth and high school softball players.
Softball Factory will NOT feature baseball people running softball events. Softball Factory has been started with the same vision as Baseball Factory, but will be led be softball professionals with years of experience coaching and playing the game. Softball Factory’s staff will strive to provide players with the very best in instruction, guidance and college promotion. We will bring a passion for helping female athletes as they continue on their path to softball success at the high school and college levels. [Press Release]
Softball Factory is proud to introduce Lea Ann Jarvis as the Director of Softball Operations. Lea Ann will lead the division both on and off the field. Through Lea Ann’s guidance, Softball Factory will conduct training and college recruiting events to assist in the development of youth and high school players. [Read More]
Steve Sclafani: All Access Pass
We are proud to announce that we have launched a new division that will create an abundance of opportunities for Pre-H.S. and High School softball players across America.
Let me introduce to you, Softball Factory. Authentic softball, run by softball experts who will develop and guide young aspiring student-athletes. [Read More]