Posts Tagged ‘club’

Extreme Sponsor T-Shirts – Brett Swip

The topic for today is Extreme Sponsor T-shirts. Coach Brett Swip explains the importance of representing our E.3D.Lightsbrand through Extreme Sponsor T-Shirts. Culture is an important piece of the puzzle in our approach. There are lots of things that separate each team, however, a few bring us together as an organization. Proper attire can set an organization apart from others in the area and in the country. Coaches representing wearing our Extreme sponsor t-shirts are a big part of that. Coaches are looked up to, followed and can be seen as the face of the organization. It all starts from the top so we ask that our coaches represent so their players follow suit. There is a lot of pride in our organization and every person is a part of it. Thank you for being a part of Extreme and making it great.

 

There are a few topics that we strive to be consistent throughout our organization. Leaders of our club will answer the call of what they think is important and why. Stay tuned for more videos from our coaches, network trainers and more on these topics. As you see them, watch our program grow and culture change as we become even more unified than ever before. Thank you.

Hard Ball Talks – Special Guest Cindy Zelinsky

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Date: September 28, 2015
Guest:  Cindy Zelinsky, owner of Absolute College Consulting.  You can learn more about Cindy and her college preparation programs at www.absolutecollegeconsulting.com.
Topic:  Cindy’s experiences as an educator, collegiate coach and parent have provided her a unique perspective on the process of finding the right fit when it comes to pursuing a college education.  As youth coaches and parents, we see college recruiting through the lens of ESPN glamour, but in this HBT, we discussed real college preparation with Cindy.

Hard Ball Talks – Special Guest Cody Terry

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Date: September 14, 2015
Guest:  Area Representative with Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Graduated from University of Tennessee – Martin, where he played 4 years of D1 baseball, Son of Former St. Louis Cardinal, Scott Terry
Topic:  Experiences as a college baseball player, ministry with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and a recent baseball mission trip he took to the Dominican Republic.

 

SIU-E head softball coach Sandy Montgomery joins Brett Swip to discuss college recruiting

 

The Softball Community welcomes SIU-E head coach Sandy Montgomery who will be joining Brett Swip as they discuss some of the hot topics around college recruiting. This is a free discussion for anyone that would like to attend. These two will have an “open mic” concept as they go back and forth on different recruiting topics, things recruiters see, what they are looking for in athletes, what they see in Midwest Softball and much more. This is simply and come and listen to vital information that comes straight from a D-1 coach, not so much a question and answer session. These two brains are not something you want to miss! This will take place at the VFW in Collinsville.

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Sandy Montgomery from SIUE,
and Brett Swip from Extreme Baseball & Softball Club.
 
These two coaches will be having an open dialogue session to discuss the Midwest athlete and how they can increase their opportunities to be recruited for college scholarships.
Details

WHEN: Sunday, August 2nd

WHERE: Collinsville VFW, 1234 Vandalia, Collinsville IL 62234
TIME: 7 – 8 pm
COST: FREE
Why You And Your Family Should Be There

Topics To Be Discussed:
  1. Understand firsthand how a college coach evaluates talent
  2. Learn the responsibility of club and select teams in
    developing recruitable players.
  3. Gain perspective on the number of high-level scholarships available each year and how they are distributed Nationally.