Softball Hosts Winter Clinics

Head Coach Ehren Earleywine and Mizzou Softball to host winter clinics.

Head Coach Ehren Earleywine and Mizzou Softball to host winter clinics.

Oct. 17, 2012

Columbia, Mo. -

Pitching Clinic Series Get Acrobat Reader

Winter Pitching/Hitting Clinic Get Acrobat Reader

Missouri Softball, one of the country's winningest programs over the last six seasons under Head Coach Ehren Earleywine, announced its Winter Pitching and Hitting Clinic schedule on Wednesday with the clinic being hosted inside the Devine Pavilion on Dec. 9.

The hitting portion of the Mizzou Softball Winter Clinic will be held over two sessions. The first session runs from 10 a.m. to noon and the second session runs from 1-3 p.m. Each hitting session is limited to just 72 campers and costs just $75. Members of the Tiger coaching staff and nationally-ranked team will host the hitting clinics.

The Missouri Winter Pitching Clinic begins at 3:30 p.m. that afternoon and features six-time Team USA pitcher and the lead pitching instructor for the International Softball Congress, Doug Gillis. Missouri has annually ranked among the national leaders in Team ERA and Gillis and the Tiger staff host one of the country's top clinics for aspiring young pitchers.

The pitching clinic is one session and is limited to just 50 campers. The camp is $75.

Missouri has won 288 games since Earleywine's arrival in 2007, earning six consecutive postseason berths with three trips to the Women's College World Series.

The Tigers will also host the Mizzou Pitching Clinic Series beginning on Nov. 11. The camps run monthly through May and focuses on pitch approach and pitch development. Each series event is limited to 40 campers and costs $75 per session.

For more information on Mizzou Softball please visit our website at

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