Lakeville Fastpitch Softball Association

Off-Season Clinics - Feb 2019

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Welcome

This registration will allow you to provide contact information, sign consents and submit payment. Please read through each page carefully to ensure that all information is provided accurately. To complete registration through our secure site, please have your Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or checking account information available. Following the completion of this registration, you will see a charge on your account from Lakeville Fastpitch.

No refunds will be given on or after the first clinic date.

Off-Season Development Clinics

LFSA is hosting 12 weeks of hitting, pitching and catching clinics for players of various ages and skill levels. Open to LFSA players who want to learn and better develop skills to make them a successful softball player at a competitive level. The clinics will be led by professional instructors at all levels.

Session III - 2/1, 2/8, 2/22, TBD

Clinic Times Cost
Hitting - 1 hour 5:30 / 6:30 / 7:30 pm $65.00 for 4 weeks 12 Players
Pitching - 1 hour 6:30 / 7:30 pm $65.00 for 4 weeks 1:6 Ratio
Catching - 1 hour 6:30 / 7:30 pm $65.00 for 4 weeks 1:4 Ratio

*A $10.00 discount will be applied when purchasing two or more items in the registration.

Mike Schultz - Hitting

Mike Schultz played baseball for the University of Minnesota in the 1970s under Coach Dick Siebert and alongside teammates Paul Molitor and John Anderson. His career batting average is .322 and his on-base percentage ranks 6th all-time. In 1974, the Golden Gophers were Big Ten Champions in the NCAA Regional series. In Mike’s senior year at the U of M, he was one game away from playing in the College World Series. Mike spent 12 years as a baseball coach for Wells-Easton High school before moving to the Twin Cities where he continued to provide individual coaching to boys and girls. In 2009, he created and developed Fielding Dreams - softball / baseball hitting and fielding instructional skills sessions for individual and team enhancement (ages 10 to 18). As coach for Girls 16U Lakeville Ice, his team won the State Championship and the World Series Championship in Kansas City. He’s been a Board Member of the Lakeville Fastpitch Softball Association and he continues as a member of the U of M Baseball Alumni Committee, raising money for college scholarships in the name of a team member gone too soon. He has coached Lakeville North High School Girls Softball for the last 3 years. In his second year as Head Coach, LNHS won Section 1 4AAA for their first berth to the state tournament since 2007. In 2018, he was named Coach of the Year, Section 1 4AAAA.

Sara Moulton - Pitching

Sara Moulton is a 2014 graduate and 4-year letter winner from the University of Minnesota, where she set records in nearly every pitching category and held top spots on most national leader boards each year. She led the Gophers to 2 Regional appearances (2013, 2014), one Super Regional appearance (2014) and one Big 10 Championship (2014) in her tenure. Sara finished her career earning 4 All-Conference, 3 All-Region and 1 All-American status. She was the 2nd all time Minnesota Gopher softball player to earn the Big 10 Medal of Honor. She finished her career as a Gopher with a 112-50 record, holding program records for wins, appearances (178), innings pitched (1,017), complete games (108), no-hitters (5), shutouts (47) and strikeouts (1,184). In 2014 alone, Sara finished her senior season leading the Big 10 Conference in wins (27), strikeouts (244) and a sub-2.00 ERA. She ranked 25th in the nation in strikeouts, 18th in wins and 6th in shutouts. She was named Big 10 Pitcher of the Week 8 times in her career and was the Big 10 Freshman of the Year in 2011. In June 2014, Sara joined the Chicago Bandits, a National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) powerhouse, as the 5th overall pick.  After winning back to back championships, she retired from pro softball and now owns and operates StrikeZone Sports in her hometown of Eagan, MN.

Kari Dorle - Catching

Kari Dorle, is a 2009 graduate from North Saint Paul High School, and was a 4 year starting catcher. She had All Conference, All Section, All Metro, and All State honors. The Polars attended the State High School Tournament for three of Kari’s four years behind the plate. In 2007, Kari’s sophomore year, North High defeated Chaska for the AAA MN State Championship title. Kari had the game winning RBI. Her senior year in 2009, North High took second place in state. Following her high school career Kari went on to the University of Minnesota and played for the Gophers where she was the starting catcher all four years, three of which were alongside teammate and pitcher Sara Moulton. Kari played a major role in Minnesota’s program turn around and success throughout her years behind the plate. Her senior year (2013) she was tied for first in the B1G with runners picked off with 7, was in the top ten both chances and putouts, and finished her senior year with a .992 fielding percentage. Kari’s strong passion for the sport can be seen through her play, but also through her instruction. Kari has been catching since the age of 12 and has many years of experience in the game and as an instructor. Kari is the true definition of a catcher, who believes in hard work and strong leadership behind the plate.

Questions?

Please direct questions to:

Cliff Yandle

Player Development