Welcome to Hear it From Us! a blog written entirely by our Pitbulls Fastpitch coaching staff.
Each month, you will hear from a different coach on a various topic. While each of us come from various backgrounds of this game, it is our passion for the sport that brings us all together.
See for yourself WHY we do what we do and the impact this game has made on our lives.
- PFP Coaches
|Posted by Pitbulls Fastpitch on November 7, 2019 at 10:40 PM||comments (216)|
Being a freshman at college has challenges, but holding the title of a student-athlete possesses its own difficulties. I have learned and experienced both the joys and hardships of playing softball and being committed to academics in my first semester as a student-athlete at Albright College.
The fall season for division three softball is short, but fast-paced. Our schedule consisted of sixteen practices that included two hour hitting/fielding practices, three days a week s...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Pitbulls Fastpitch on September 24, 2019 at 5:25 PM||comments (5)|
Listen to our podcast episode here at: https://anchor.fm/pfp/episodes/A-Snap-Shot-of-Pitbulls-Fastpitch-e5hm45/a-aojb97
Founder & President of Pitbulls Fastpitch Organization shares some insight into the design of our college prep fastpitch organization, specifically the idea behind the "Student Athlete Curriculum" each of our athletes enroll in when they roster to a PFP Team.
To listen to all our podcast episodes, follow our page at https://a...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Pitbulls Fastpitch on June 1, 2019 at 9:00 PM||comments (4)|
Most of us athletes spent every weekend at different tournaments, practices and games. My teams used to practice at least three times a week and then we traveled all weekend to play at least three games a day. As athletes, we collected different things from the sports we love. Throughout our time, we collected friends, memories, MVP awards and trophies along with scars and bruises we couldn’t wait to show off to our friends.
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|Posted by Pitbulls Fastpitch on May 20, 2019 at 9:00 PM||comments (1)|
Hello everyone! I am really excited to be at my third Pitbulls Banquet. I vividly remember sitting in the same room with my teammates and coaches, and accepting the “No I in Team Award”, and being named a team captain on this stage. I also vividly remember my life before becoming a Pitbull. I was not a Pitbulls athlete until my junior year of high school. It would have been a dream come true to play four years at this organization. I was start...Read Full Post »