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Coach's Clinic: Eric Williams Managing for Success

(Youth1) - Every Saturday, Youth1 is bringing you the Coach's Clinic, where we feature a different softball coach each week, and get the inside scoop on a variety of topics including tips on managing a team, making your players better, improving your batting and fielding, and more. This week, we caught up with Northeast Nightmare Manager, Eric Williams, and got his insight into successfully managing a team. 

 

NJ_FinishThe Northeast Nightmare is a nonprofit softball organization that builds character and provides a family atmosphere.  The president, Ed Lincoln, has established an organization that teaches player development which results in success among all age levels. The 10U Northeast Nightmare recently qualified for World Series play. The girls have proven their skills on the field, but let’s take a look at the person who leads these lovely ladies to success: the Northeast Nightmare manager Eric Williams.

 

Eric Williams has managed the 10U Northeast Nightmare the past two years. He has spent that time establishing a successful team, ensuring that the girls are having fun, learning skills, and working hard to achieve their goals. Williams’ coaching team includes Anthony Antonelli, Ralph Macari, Bryan Needle, Tom Mahan, and Manny Moitoso, which is not a bad group.

 

“As a manager, this team could not have a better group of coaches,” stated Williams. “They all bring something special to the table.”

 

The coaching team is certainly doing something right. In addition to acquiring talented players, the team’s 10U record is an impressive 47-3 and playing up in 12U their record is 16-4.

 

Part of managing a successful team is knowing when to be there for your players, especially when one is in a slump and is down on herself. Williams tells his hitters to relax and simply focus on having good at bats. He is aware that being in a slump is normally due to the player thinking too much, overanalyzing the game or losing confidence due to a few bad at bats.  Eric is always sure to compliment a player if she has a good swing at a pitch to boost her confidence. He tries to focus on having the hitter swing at pitches low in the zone.

 

“At the 10U level we have the opportunity to teach mechanics early in a player’s career,” Williams said. “I'm a believer that the tee is king and it's about quality repetition, not just feeding a hundred pitches to a hitter.”

 

Williams is well aware of the impact managers and coaches have on a team.

 

“From a coaching standpoint, I never lose confidence in the player’s ability,” he said. “Kids feed on the coach’s feedback and energy at all levels.”

 

Another key factor to success is motivation. Williams understands the importance of keeping his players focused and setting team goals. He enters the team into the best tournaments with the highest level of competition. Williams and his coaching team keep the girls motivated by using team building events as well. On the way to New Jersey, the girls visited Carlo’s Bakery and had a cake made for the team. The girls were filmed for the TLC show Cake Boss as the cake was presented. Also working on team building, Player Development Coach Manny Moitoso brought in a Boston University player development expert to teach relaxation and pre-game routine exercises.

 

“All of these activities build towards the development of these players on and off the field,” commented Williams.

 

Even with all of the success, Williams knows losses will happen and he prepares his girls that each loss is an opportunity to learn what you can do better as coaches and players. He teaches the girls to always tip their hats off to any competitor that beats them. Williams feels that losses and competitive games bring out the best in his players.

The girls build friendships and are very tight with each other. This shows in their teamwork and success. The girls are very aggressive and competitive.

 

“The entire Northeast Nightmare organization is very tight in terms of support and player development,” said Williams.

 

Williams is confident in his team and their ability to win upcoming tournaments and championships. Northeast Nightmare is a big power-hitting 10U team, which shows in their success and scored runs.

 

Northeast Nightmare has qualified for World Series Play, but that is not slowing them down. They recently won the USSSA Connecticut State Championship and have their eye on the Rhode Island and New England Regionals. After those tournaments, the girls plan to travel to Orlando for the USSSA World Series and even though they expect the competition to be intense, Williams has faith in his team and they plan to give it their all. Congratulations and good luck to Coach Williams and all the girls of the 10U Northeast Nightmare team!

 

Tune in next week when we start a three-part series with Indiana Magic 01's coach, Brian Patrick Knipp, starting with the importance of shaking off a loss and getting ready for the next game. 

 

 

 

Written By: Stephanie Cronk

Regional Representative: Erik Williams

Sport Manager: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

 

Road to the 2012 Pony Nationals: Qualifying Teams - Week Ending 6/9

(Youth1) – Pony Nationals are right around the corner as teams continue to get the job done in qualifying tournaments, ensuring their berths into Nationals play. Youth1 brings you its second round of qualified teams for the 2012 Pony Nationals. Show us your excitement about your team’s berth by sending us updates, player stories, and key stats leading up to the Pony Nationals to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Be sure to check back daily for feature articles highlighting great softball action leading up to Nationals.

 

 

Mid_orange_crushDelaware

 

 

12U Midway Orange Crush

14U Midway Orange Crush

 

 

Maryland

 

 

12U Maryland Magic

12U WHC Fever

14U WHC Fever

 

 

New Jersey

 

 

12U West Jersey Witches ‘00

 

 

New York

 

 

12U LAC FORCE Red

12U WNY Sting Blue

14U LAC FORCE Red

14U WNY Sting – Jentsch

 

 

North Carolina

 

 

12U Cape Fear Storm White

12U NC Crush

 

 

Pennsylvania

 

 

12U X-Treme Red

14U Northwest Explosion Black

14U Northwest Explosion Red

14U PA Ball Hawks – Harbold

14U PA Intensity Black – Pegasus

 

 

Virginia

 

 

12U Ashburn Shooting Stars Black

12U Hampton Roads Vipers Black

12U Orion Hunter

14U Loudoun Storm Black

 

 

 

 


Hot Topic Thursday: Should Composite Bats Be Allowed?

(Youth1) - Composite bats have become a popular choice among softball players as they have the strength of aluminum bats and perform like wooden bats. This raises the question of whether composite bats are safe for young adults to be using. There is plenty of evidence to show composite bats out-perform aluminum bats, but at what cost?

 

pitcher_batterThroughout tests by Daniel Russell, PhD. at Pennsylvania State University using an automatic pitching machine, wooden bats produce batted-ball speeds between 88-90 mph. When using a single-walled aluminum bat, batted-ball speeds ranged between 90-96 mph. These speeds are acceptable as the pitcher has ample time to react to a line drive coming towards her.  Composite bats, however, have a batted-ball range of 96-105 mph, with the highest batted-ball speed being recorded by the high-performance Miken Ultra.

 

This is just the speed of the ball. You also have to take into account the velocity.

 

According to the “British Journal of Sports Medicine,” testing found that using a composite bat, the batted-ball speed was 98.8 mph.

 

The velocity of a composite softball bat ranges from 89.2 to 102 mph. The pitching mound is 50 feet away from home plate. This gives the pitcher approximately .35 - .40 seconds to react to a line drive coming 102 mph right at her.

 

Specific standards are in place to ensure the safety of the girls while playing softball. Both the United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) and the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) have agreed that any batted-ball velocity reading higher than 85.2 mph, which translates into an average pitcher reaction time of .42 seconds, is deemed unsafe.

 

Based on the pitchers reaction time and the speeds at which the balls are hit, it is safe to say composite bats should not be used in softball. The dangers these bats pose are a greater risk than hitting the winning homerun or RBI. The reaction times are just too short for any player to have sufficient time to react safely. This leads to injuries and in some rare cases even death.

 

If either the USSSA or ASA does not approve of composite bat use, they should not be allowed in league or tournament play as they pose far too many risks versus rewards. The health and safety of the players should be the number one priority and tests have shown repeatedly that these bats may perform well, but are not safe.

 

 

 

Written By: Stephanie Cronk

Sport Manager: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

 

Tourney By the Sea II and Illinois State Championships Successful

(Youth1) - Southern California, Iowa, and Illinois saw great fast-pitch softball action this past weekend with qualifier tournaments and a state championship.

 

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Southern California was home to the Tourney by the Sea II qualifier tournament. Girls from the 14U and 12U divisions competed to qualify for World Series play.

 

The 14U division saw some competitive action with Fresno Force-Arbino, managed by Eric Vidmar, taking 1st place at the tournament.  The girls went undefeated with a tournament record of 6-0. They proved they are a team to watch on the road to the World Series as they scored an astounding 52 runs and only allowed 11 runs to score. Taking 2nd place was the Extreme Heat, managed by Kirk Mueth. The Extreme Heat girls, Hannah Albrecht, Vanessa Almaraz, Courtney Amman, Sarah Ceralde, Paige Mueth, Haley Park, Emily Reyes, Jessica Rodriguez, Alina Ruiz, Hannah Santos, Skylar Shedlock, Brooke Snader, Catharine Whelpley, Kayla Yaman and Laura Zisko went 3-4 in tournament play, scoring 30 runs overall.

 

VC Venom took 1st place in the 10U division. Managed by Laughn Barth, the girls went 4-2. Karina Anderson, Paige Barth, Nicole Bennett, Kali Brown, Sophia Dagan, Tabitha Dyer, Summer Faille, Jessica Gomez, Serena Huchingson, Hailee Rios, Seaenna Satcher and Alexa Schneider worked together to score 17 runs and allowing only a mere 9. The girls went on to shut out 2nd place winners U-Know So Cal 3-0 in the championship game. U-Know So Cal, managed by Eddie Greenwood, also went 4-2. Destinne Alize Alvarez, Lesley Bojorquez, Mekenzie Christensen, Jennifer DeJesus, Devay Esparza, Quincy Greenwood, Jaylyn Hernandez, Kenia Lira, Alize Lopez, Madison Loui, Danielle Martinez, Hannah Martinez, Andrea Sanchez and Treyana Timai proved their offensive skills scoring an impressive 29 runs throughout the tournament.

 

Mid-west


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Holiday Park in Wes Des Moines, IA was home to competitive softball at the 28th Annual WDM Invitational this past weekend.  The Johnston Jaguars Purple took 1st place for the 12U division. Managed by Scott Maras, the girls went undefeated going 5-0. Taylor Caffrey, Shelby Christensen, Emily Flint, Abbie Gault, Nicole Hobson, Sydney Illg, Kyra Larkin, Sophie Maras, Katie McAllister, Natalie Stewart and Kennedy Thomas showed their heart and determination as they scored an impressive 49 runs. The girls showed their defensive skills as they only allowed 12 runs to score overall. Ankeny Bogle, managed by Amy Bogle, qualified for World Series play by going 3-2 and taking 2nd place overall.  Olivia Agan, Jasmin Bailey, Emily Bogle, Madison Bonner-Palmer, Allison Fruendt, Morgan Gjerde, Kenadee Grogan, Olivia Jackson, Carleigh Kray, Emily Martz and Natalie Wirtz pulled together to score 26 runs throughout the tournament.

 

The Warren Country Crushers Purple took 1st place in the 10U division. Managed by Troy May, the girls went undefeated with a 5-0 record. Zaddie Beck, Emma Bishop, Regan Bishop, Leah Blake, Taylor Clendenen, AJ Dorsey, Alexis Duff, Gaby Haynes, Alley May, Gracey May, Mary McGinnis, Diamond Mosley and Payton Nelson, proved they have the offensive and defensive skills to compete with the best as they scored 40 runs and only allowed 11 to score. Second place went to Johnston Jaguars Gold, managed by Tony Hughes. The Jaguars, which include McKenna Beazley, Hannah Blackford, Chloe Fehn, Sara Friesner, Hannah Hackman, Hannah Hughes, Kassandra Pietsch, Carlye Shepherd, Abbie Thilges, Cambrie Thompson and Halle Van Roekel, proved that their offensive skills make them the team to beat, scoring a total of 44 runs. The girls went 4-1, allowing only 19 runs to score and qualifying for Series play.

 

southernexpress2000USSSA Central Illinois 12U State Championship

 

The USSSA Central Illinois 12U State Championship was held this past weekend and saw some great competition and heart from all teams involved.

 

The championship double-elimination game came down to Southern Express 2000 and River Valley Rage 99. Southern Express 2000, managed by Eric Goins, went 6-2 throughout the tournament.  Bailey Duckworth, Mackenzie Durbin, Macy Goins, Alexandria King, Miah Mitchell, Makayla Nicholson, Payton Pierce, Tori Schullian, Lindsey Seidel, and Leaha Winninger scored an astounding 91 runs, proving their offense is second to none. River Valley Rage 99 is managed by Bob Bedell and had an impressive outing going 5-2. Camryn Bedell, Mackenzie Collier, Maggie Hanley, Ramsey Johnson, Lauren Lamore, Morgan Lamore, Kassidy Quick, Chloe Schamber, Allysa Sebastiani, Carson Solis and Georgia Votta scored a total of 42 runs. Southern Express 2000 shut out River Valley Rage 99 to win the 12U Illinois State Championship with a final score of 12-0.

 

 

 

 

Written By: Stephanie Cronk

Sport Manager: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

 

Qualified Teams for the 2012 ASA Softball National Championships

(Youth1) – Youth1 would like to congratulate all of the teams that have earned their berths into the 2012 National Championships in ASA play so far this season. We are proud to present our second batch of qualified teams. Send in your team updates, recent berths, and stats leading up to ASA Nationals to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and be sure to check back for additional information on these teams leading up to Nationals play.

 

 

asalogo1Georgia

 


10U


Cherokee Pride 01

Atlanta Vipers- Jiles

Georgia Force

Georgia Fire 99

 

12U


Georgia Force

Georgia Impact 99-Jeffreys

Tanel 360 Bandits

NG Blaze

Georgia Fire 99

 

14U


Georgia Force 97

Atlanta Vipers- Miller

Georgia Fire-Downs

Worth Cobras 97

Georgia Power Blue

Georgia Impact 98

Georgia Power 97

Georgia Impact Gibson

 

 

Texas

 


10U


Texas Shock 01

Texas Elite Easton 01

Stingers 01

Texas Bombers 01

Austins Finest 01

Bandits 01

 

 

 

 

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SuperSeries Indianapolis Super2K Series January 31, 2014 Hockey Fishers IN Tournament
The Steel City Tournament Series: Steel City Cup January 31, 2014 Hockey Pittsburgh PA Tournament
Great Lakes Tournament Series: The Great Lakes Cup January 31, 2014 Hockey Holland MI Tournament
Ferris State University Individual Softball Camp February 01, 2014 Softball Big Rapids MI Camp
Wittenberg University Tiger Catching Camp February 02, 2014 Baseball Springfield OH Camp
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Presidents Day Weekend One Day Shootout February 14, 2014 Basketball Gladstone NJ Tournament
Congressional Cup Tournament Series: Congressional Cup February 14, 2014 Hockey Washington DC Tournament
SuperSeries Minnesota Super99 Series February 14, 2014 Hockey Fairbault MN Tournament
SuperSeries Saginaw Super2K Series February 14, 2014 Hockey Sagniaw MI Tournament
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SuperSeries New Jersey Super02 Series February 14, 2014 Hockey Morristown NJ Tournament
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President's Day Championships February 15, 2014 Basketball Portland OR Tournament
Great Lakes Tournament Series: Great Lakes Presidents Cup February 15, 2014 Hockey Holland MI Tournament
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San Diego Sol Spring Camp April 02, 2014 Basketball San Diego CA Camp
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Smith College Field Hockey Shoot and Save Clinic April 26, 2014 Field Hockey Northampton MA Clinic
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Auburn Elite Gymnastics Camps June 08, 2014 Gymnastics Auburn AL Camp
Buckeye Baseball Blockbuster Event 1 June 08, 2014 Baseball Sandusky OH Tournament
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2014 Cincinnati Soccer Academy Summer Half-Day Camp I June 09, 2014 Soccer Cincinnati OH Camp
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Auburn Gymnastics Day Camp June 12, 2014 Gymnastics Auburn AL Camp
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