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|About||Lake Erie Warhawks are competitive girls tournament fastpitch softball organization from Oberlin, OH. Teams are 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U, and 18U.|
The Warhawks organization is run out of Oberlin College and will provide several benefits for us and, more importantly for our girls as they continue to develop as players:
• We will have use the Oberlin College field house and softball field for dedicated training and practices.
• Instruction is not only coming from us, but it will be coming from professional coaches at the college level.
• Direct access to college coaches with vast networks of connections for recruiting purposes
• Indoor instruction will begin in November and run through the drop dead date for school softball players in the middle of February, generally with a two hour session each week
• The Warhawks will host college showcase events at Oberlin College to attract college coaches and get a leg up on recruiting
• We will play exclusively tournament softball against top notch competition -- tournaments will be a blend of local, overnight, and showcase events designed to increase our level of play
• Consistent practice time will help tremendously in developing our players
Overall, the combination of consistent instruction from us, college coaches, and professional instructors; access to an indoor field house with the ability to practice and instruct from November to February; and the commitment to focusing solely on playing tournaments will quickly elevate and accelerate the development of players.
For our youngest team, our 10U players, this may seem like a lot to think about. Your season will consist of the same professional indoor training the older players receive. You will play in a few less tournaments and in tournaments that don’t require as much travel as the older teams. Therefore, your time and monetary commitment will be a little less than the older players while still receiving all of the benefits from professional indoor training and regular practices. Just know that as you get older, a system is in place for you to develop as a great softball player every step of the