Winning Softball For Girls book. Softball has become the fourth most popular high-school sport for girls in America
Winning Softball For Girls book. Softball has become the fourth most popular high-school sport for girls in America. This volume provides players and coaches with chapter-by-chapter coverage of the key elements of the game - from hitting and pitching to baserunning and conditioning - with illustrations and diagrams.
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Winning Softball for Girls (Winning Sports for Girls): ISBN 9780816047109 (978-0-8160-471) Softcover, Checkmark Books, 2002. Winning Volleyball for Girls (Winning Sports for Girls): ISBN 9780816046201 (978-0-8160-4620-1) Hardcover, Facts on File, 2002.
This title offers a guide to the detailed mechanics of this high-velocity sport, suitable for girls interested in soccer, as well as their parents and coaches. Winning Sports for Girls (Paperback).
Winning softball for girls. Publisher's description: According to the Amateur Softball Association, approximately . million girls play softball, and it has become the fourth most popular high school sport for girls in America. Winning Softball for Girls provides players and coaches with chapter-by-chapter coverage of the key elements of the game-from hitting and pitching to baserunning and ated by more than 140 photographs and diagrams. Tips from members of the United States Olympic softball team and scholastic collegiate coaches help point players in the right direction.
She won the award in large part because of her great defensive work, which included picking a baserunner off third . Laird’s Hamilton Hurricanes girls softball team certainly did that while winning a national title.
She won the award in large part because of her great defensive work, which included picking a baserunner off third base and making two stellar plays at home plate to tag out baserunners trying to score in the championship game. She was asked (by a reporter) about that and she said she worked on that same situation in practice," Laird says. But the roots of that success can be found in his practices and the way he runs them. New York: Checkmark Books, 2002. Meyer, Gladys C. Softball for Girls and Women. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1982. Women at Play: The Story of Women in Baseball. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1993. Having a Telecom Ball. Making a Pitch to Keep Softball. USA Today (26 November 2002): 3C. Nutt, Amy Ellis. Swinging for the Fences.