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August 31st, 2012  |  by  |  published in News

Dear Coach Jarvis, Thank you SO much for giving me the opportunity to come to the Select Training in Baltimore, Maryland. The past four days have been then best four days of my life, and I surely did not want to leave!!! I learned so much from you and your great staff that I know I wouldn’t have learned from anyone else back home. The coaching from Softball Factory was on a totally different level during those four days and I loved the motivation and push that it gave me! I made friends that will last me a life time, and memories that are unforgettable. It was so great to finally meet people who share the same love for the game, and I am so lucky to have gotten to work with such gifted people. I will continue to work hard on my skills, day in and day out. Thank you so much again, you’re a great coach and you have motivated me to push myself to my absolute highest potential.
— Noelle White, Softball Factory Player

Hi Softball Factory, We wanted to thank you for a great training this weekend. We truly feel fortunate that Amanda had this opportunity to learn from the best in softball. The overall experience was positive, informative and well organized. Amanda is on cloud nine and can’t wait to put into practice all that she’s learned. The Softball Factory is a top-notch organization and we are proud to be part of it. Take care and we’ll keep you updated on how Amanda is doing.
— Diane & Joe Campos, Softball Factory Parents

This event [National ID and PVP Session] was great for both my girls. Each one is at a different stage of their softball development. My older daughter is going to college soon, and the video we got made will help with college recruiting. My younger daughter will be starting high school soon and this evaluation will help her develop her skills. We are looking forward to attend next years program.
— Osvaldo Vargas, Softball Factory Parent

Lea Ann, I just wanted to let you know how much Misty enjoyed the camp at Oklahoma City. It was so nice to see so many professional athletes who were so nice and that worked so hard with all the girls. It was really exciting for Misty to go to the [College] World Series games. She had a wonderful time and I think we all learned a lot not only about softball but about attitude. Those ladies who helped you were so nice and that meant a lot to her. Also I am glad your team won the World Series. Thanks again.
— Rusty Oglesby, Softball Factory Parent

Check out what more Softball Factory Fans have to say. [Read More]

Getting on Campus

May 21st, 2012  |  by  |  published in News

Jeff Brazier: From the Office of the GM

With the unexpected warm winter in most parts of the country, I hope that most of you are either practicing or playing games outdoors now. Although you may not have much time in-between games, practice and homework, I think it will be beneficial for you to make it a point this spring to go to a few college games. It doesn’t matter whether you go see a Division I school or an NAIA school, but make it a point to get out and see a game…[Read More]

Flat Feet Can Affect Your Balance

May 17th, 2012  |  by  |  published in News

Guest Blogger: Steve L. Rosenberg, DPM
Arch Specialst for Softball Factory

All sports require balance to be successful and softball is no exception.

What should a coach look for in their players at any age? The answer to that question is balance, because a player who demonstrates balance at any age or level is more likely to be successful at the plate, pitching and in the field. Coaches continue to preach that players should get the balls of their feet on the ground and when that is consistent in a player they have conquered an important part of the game….[Read More]

It All Starts From the Ground Up!

April 2nd, 2012  |  by  |  published in News

Guest Blogger: Steve L. Rosenberg, DPM
Arch Specialst for Softball Factory

It’s softball season, so hit the ground running and let the games begin. The feet are the first thing that hit the ground and without balanced feet a player’s mechanics can be affected. Standing flat footed at the plate and swinging off-balance can lead to frustration and not actualizing your full potential…[Read More]

Balance Equals Strength

February 8th, 2012  |  by  |  published in News, Uncategorized

Guest Blogger: Steve L. Rosenberg, DPM
Arch Specialst for Softball Factory

Strength and conditioning coaches preach balance, strength, agility and quick feet to be a successful player. That usually translates into power at the plate, speed on the base paths and quickness in the field. When softball coaches evaluate and brake down players during practices and showcases they look to see how balanced they are and if the balls of their feet are on the ground…[Read More]

How to Stay Balanced in Your Softball Shoes

December 22nd, 2011  |  by  |  published in News

Guest Blogger: Instant Arches
by Steve L. Rosenberg, DPM
Arch Specialst for Softball Factory

No matter what type of softball cleat you wear, staying balanced is the key to success in softball. That is because softball requires so many specialized skills to become successful including speed, power, coordination, transferring weight and staying on the balls of your feet…[Read More]

Softball Factory Christmas Camp & Tournament

December 22nd, 2011  |  by  |  published in Events, News

Softball Factory Christmas Camp & Tournament

Softball Factory’s Christmas Camp & Tournament set to take place December 27-30, 2011 at the National Training Center in Clermont, FL. Check out the event itinerary and rosters. [Read More] & Baseball Factory Join Forces to Create Strategic Alliance

December 15th, 2011  |  by  |  published in News

For Baseball Factory, part of the relationship will enhance their softball initiatives as it will enable the company to benefit from’s relationship and product line with Jennie Finch, arguably one of America’s best-known female athletes and the most popular domestic name in women’s softball. [Read More]

ASA/USA Softball joins forces with Softball Factory for Identification program

December 2nd, 2011  |  by  |  published in News

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]

USA Junior Women’s National Softball Head Coach Karen Johns Joins Softball Factory Advisory Board

October 13th, 2011  |  by  |  published in News

USA Junior Women’s National Softball Head Coach Karen Johns  Joins Softball Factory Advisory Board

Karen JohnsSoftball 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]