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HOLIDAY PITCHING CAMP

Come learn from 4 of the best former College and Pro pitchers with  All-Region and All-American accolades.

The camp will be 2-days, December 21-22 at Incrediplex 6002 Sunnyside Road Indianapolis, Indiana 46236. 

Cost - $135

Each session will be 2-hours each day. 16u and 18u pitchers will attend 10am-12p each day and 12u and 14u pitchers will attend 1p-3p each day. Each pitcher must bring her own catcher.   We will ONLY accept 20 pitchers in each session.

This camp is for pitchers with mound experience, this is not for pitchers who are just beginning.

Come learn from 4 of the best former College and Pro pitchers with  All-Region and All-American accolades.

The camp will be 2-days, December 21-22 at Incrediplex 6002 Sunnyside Road Indianapolis, Indiana 46236. 

Cost - $135

Each session will be 2-hours each day. 16u and 18u pitchers will attend 10am-12p each day and 12u and 14u pitchers will attend 1p-3p each day. Each pitcher must bring her own catcher.   We will ONLY accept 20 pitchers in each session.

This camp is for pitchers with mound experience, this is not for pitchers who are just beginning.

Morgan Foley is a 4 time All American pitcher from the University of Indianapolis. She holds two NCAA records, the strikeout record for all divisions in a single game having 30 strikeouts in a 13 inning game, and the strikeout record in a 7 inning game with 21 strikeouts. She was the Division II pitcher of the year and holds UIndy records for wins (140) and strikeouts (1,659). She continued her career after graduating by being the first Division II athlete to play professionally with the Chicago Bandits of the National Professional Fastpitch. She went on to win the NPF Championship her rookie season in 2016 and again in 2017 with the Scrap Yard Dawgs. Morgan also played professionally in Collecchio, Italy and just finished her fourth professional season. In her off season she is the pitching coach at Bellarmine University in Louisville, KY. 

Brittany Gray was a four-year starter at the University of Georgia where she ended her stellar career.  In 2018, Gray was named NFCA Second Team All-American, First Team All-SEC, NFCA All-Region, and was drafted 14th overall in the National Professional Fastpitch to the Beijing Eagles.  Gray also was awarded as the NCAA Statistical Champion for ERA with an ERA of 0.48. Gray ended her career early due to a career ending injury to her arm, which required two surgeries.  In 2017, Gray appeared in 37 games where she finished her junior year with a 2.17 ERA with an 18-11 record.  Gray had 168 innings thrown and struck out 134 batters. Gray was ranked in top 15 of the league in opposing batting average (8th), innings pitched (10th), strikeouts (9th), and in wins (11th). In 2016, Gray held 11 wins with a 3.21 ERA in 111.1 innings pitched. Gray had 128 strikeouts, which ranked top 15 in the SEC. Gray was ranked 16th in the nation and third in the league with five saves and threw a perfect frame of relief against Auburn at the WCWS. In 2015, Gray appeared in 34 games with 18 stats during her freshman year.  Gray threw 137 innings with a 15-6 record and 2.20 ERA.  Gray held opponents to a .218 batting average and was ranked 54th in the nation in ERA and 94th in hits allowed per seven innings and ranked in the top 12 of the league in opponent batting average and ERA. 

Erin Rethlake, a former athlete at the University of Kentucky, was a left handed pitcher, outfielder, and first baseman. Although coming into Kentucky as a power hitter, she transformed into a slapper for the last two years of college. Erin finished her senior year with a 12-5 record, her junior year with an overall 1.8 ERA, and freshman year with a 2.8 ERA in the circle. Rethlake was also a Captain for the Wildcats in 2018, and named as an Academic All American for her work on and off the field. 

 

Rethlake was also a former Gatorade Player of the Year in 2013, and Miss Indiana Softball in 2014 for Huntington North High School

In 2017, she Made 36 appearances in the circle, getting the start 29 times…reached 20 wins for the second straight season…compiled a 27-5 record and 1.81 ERA…ranked Top 10 nationally in victories and recorded a personal 20-game win victories total increased the total over her final two seasons in a Cajuns uniform to 56…led the pitching staff in innings pitched (154.2) and strikeouts (148)…limited foes to a .193 batting average – held the opposition to two earned runs or less in 25 of 29 starts and had a hand in 12 of 17 shutouts the pitching staff tossed…posted a 15-0 record in Sun Belt Conference play to lead Louisiana to the conference championship and improve her career Sun Belt record to 36-1…was the leader in wins in Sun Belt play and the only pitcher with 15-plus appearances to have an undefeated mark
In 2016 she  in 41 games with 38 starts … posted five wins over ranked teams – defeated No. 5 Oregon (twice) and No. 19 Baylor in regular season, plus No. 25 Texas and No. 16 Texas A&M in NCAA Lafayette Regional … compiled a 29-6 record and 1.94 ERA … first 20-win season of her career and most victories by a Cajuns pitcher since Christina Hamilton in 2014 … finished No. 5 nationally in victories and was one of only 20 pitchers to reach 25 wins … posted a 13-0 start in Sun Belt Conference play to lead the Ragin’ Cajuns to the conference championship by April 30 … ended the season with a Sun Belt-best 16 victories in conference play (16-1, 0.66 ERA)