• Athlete of the Month – February

    Olivia Oppeltz

    February's Athlete of the Month is Olivia Oppeltz! Olivia started with the TNL organization three years ago, and joined our program here at Power Line in 2012. Her hard work, persistence and determination is truly paying off. For the month of January Olivia hit .440, and moving into February she continued her growth. In the Triple Crown Presidents Day Showdown Tournament, Olivia finished with a .750 batting average! In one single night she hit three home runs, including a grand slam, which concluded her cycle on the day! At one point during the tournament she was even 11/11! Her athleticism doesn't just show at bat, but on defense as well. She plays both corner positions, allowing zero errors for the month of February. Her father Ken Oppeltz states that, "This truly was her best month ever. Her stats are a result of her hard work on the field, at Power Line, and in the garage where the Tee and Bownet take the place of my car." Congrats on such a successful year so far Olivia, we can't wait to see you continue this year stronger than ever!!

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  • Catching Lessons

    Exceptional catchers are those athletes who stand-out on the field with their work ethic, athleticism, personality, and enthusiasm. Power Line catcher training focuses on footwork, quickness, and skill development in order to maximize the effectiveness of their movements.

    The most up-to-date catching techniques used in college softball today are presented in private lessons, coaching clinics, and team sessions. Power Line coaches bring college softball playing and coaching experience into teaching and developing these skills. This direct connection to the game and the ability to thoroughly understand the process of specific technique work provides the softball athlete the opportunity to excel at the highest level.

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