- Due to tournament conflicts, the British Columbia camp date has changed to MAY 25TH at N. Delta Park
Get your skills video done at our tournament!
On the day before our tournament on Monday, July 21st, we will have in Centralia to film your own personal skills video’s. If you have been planning on having a skills video done, now is your chance for the low price of $175.
We are always talking about the importance of having a video available to send to those college coaches and has 13 years of shooting, not only private skills video, but they also provide Professional Editing Services, Game Films, Scouting Video’s, Team DVD’s, Event Filming and Custom Filming.
Video is one of the most valuable forms of information in college recruiting and can be one of the biggest delays in the recruiting process if you don’t have it!
is also the official video provider for BaseballWebTV.com & have partnered with MLB scouting departments & organization, such as Perfect Game, NCSA, Triple Crown Sports, plus numerous Club/Travel programs nationwide.
Come in a day early, have your skills video done and then spend the next 3 days playing softball at the 5th annual 2014 Fastpitch Northwest College Exposure Tournament.
Following the camp and your invitation to the tournament, you can sign-up for the skills video at the same time you register for the tournament.
For more information, call Ryan at 206-652-1290 with or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out their website at www.skillshow.com
See comments below from two long time NWAACC coaches
2 year schools a good option for many
When Justine Callen was a senior in high school, she had to make a choice between attending a two-year or a four-year college.
A three-time all-league pitcher/outfielder, Callen had options. But looking at the long-range picture, she opted to attend Clackamas College and looking back has no regrets.
“I think playing at CCC got me on the map for higher level softball as well,” said the former Redmond High School (Oregon) standout and four-year Honor Roll student. “I was able to build stats, meet coaches, and become a better player within those two years.”
When Callen began shopping for colleges, she realized quickly the cost of a two-year school was far less than she would have had to pay at a four-year school.
“Personally, attending a community college helped me learn how to manage my finances and live on my own,” said Callen, who was an all-league performer at CCC and now plays for Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa, Idaho. “I see a lot of girls here who eat at the cafeteria and who don't have to pay any bills that develop bad spending and eating habits.” ... read more»