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Northwestern University - Softball Camps
Northwestern University - Softball Camps

2017 Fall Academy

Clinics will be held in Trienens Indoor Facility on Northwestern’s athletic campus just west of Sharon J. Drysdale field on Ashland Ave.

Fall Hitting, Pitching, Strength & Conditioning Academies
Who: Open To All Ages 8 & Up
Session 1 (Pitching Only): 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Session 2 (Pitching, Hitting, Strength/Cond): 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Session 3 (Pitching, Hitting, Strength/Cond): 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Cost: $50 per Player per Hour
(credit card processing fees waived if signing up for all 9 sessions)
Sign Up For All 9 Sessions
September 11th REGISTER
September 18th
September 25th
October 2nd
October 9th
October 16th
October 23rd
October 30th
November 13th

The Fall Academy is designed to provide quality coaching to Northwestern’s local talent and to engage our community in Northwestern Softball. We will specifically target hitting and pitching instruction throughout the fall with help from our coaching staff, currents players, and alums. Instruction has a very good coach to player ratio and will cater to the specific needs of the individual in addition to fundamentals and drill work. We encourage you to register online, but we accept walk ups for academy sessions.

What To Bring:

  • A 2017 Northwestern Softball Camp Release Form
  • Any equipment you would use in a game for either hitting/pitching.
  • Turf or tennis shoes are appropriate for our indoor.
  • Pitchers must bring their own catcher. This can be a parent, sibling, friend, etc. Catchers who are girls 9th grade and up are required to pay the camp fee for the pitching session due to NCAA rules.

Northwestern Softball Performance Training Academy
Maximizing Movement Quality, Strength, Power, Acceleration & Reactive Ability

Northwestern Softball Performance Academy is offered in conjunction with the Northwestern Softball Hitting & Pitching Academies to provide sound instructional techniques that pertain to movement quality (Mobility & Stability) while developing a foundation to improve strength, power, acceleration & reactive ability to enhance softball specific movements.

  • Functional Movement Screen (FMS): Evaluate each athlete for potential weaknesses and provide corrective exercises to address those needs; this is an invaluable tool for preventing injuries and increasing the efficiency of sport movements. The FMS simplifies basic human movement and provides standardized assessments used to address problem areas and restore efficient movement reducing injury risk.
  • Introduce Appropriate Warm-Up Protocols
  • Introduce Corrective Exercise (Mobility & Stability)  
  • Introduce Strength & Power Movements
  • Teach & Evaluate Proper Speed & First Step Acceleration Mechanics
  • Provide Proper Change of Direction Technique
  • Introduce Appropriate Recovery Techniques


  • Tyler Jorgensen: Assistant Director of Sports Performance for Softball
  • Northwestern Softball NCAA Regional Tournament Appearances, 2012,2014,2015
  • Helped Lead University of Georgia to Two Women’s College World Series Appearances, 2009 & 2010
  • Coached Numerous All-Americans and All-Conference Players
  • Strength & Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC) through the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches association (CSCCa)
  • FMS Certified

Contact the Camp Staff Here

Northwestern Softball camps are open to any girl limited only by age and number of campers.