• September Newsletter 2013

    September Newsletter 2013

    3rd Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Teammates for Life Month

     

    Throughout the month of October we want to educate our athletes on the importance of Breast Cancer Awareness. During our 3rd Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Teammates for Life Month we will have have a raffle and silent auction. You will also have the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets to put towards your favorite raffle prizes, as well as bid on silent auction items worth up to $500! Click here to view some of these amazing prizes. On top of it all, we want all our teams, coaches, families and friends to be outfitted in PINK! Our new Teammates for Life shirt is available to customize with numbers and team logos to make jerseys. Proceeds will go towards the Young Survival Coalition, so please join our efforts in giving back to them!

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  • July Newsletter 2013

    July Newsletter 2013

    Thank You Power Line Family

     

    Five years ago Power Line Consulting was founded with the dream of providing an empowering environment for young female athletes, and we will celebrate our FIVE-YEAR ANNIVERSARY August 11-18 with an action-packed week of special guests and fun events!

    With Hall of Fame coach and reknowned motivator Sue Enquist kicking off the week as Keynote Speaker of Sunday's Open House, All-Skills and Advanced Camps being coached by our Power Line All-Stars, our first ever Alumni Game showcasing some of San Diego's finest, and seizing the opportunity to FIGHT BACK against cancer at the San Diego Downtown Relay for Life, we are honored to provide this exclusive opportunity for you to celebrate with us.

    Power Line has recieved national recognition thanks to your loyalty and support and we can't wait to celebrate this milestone with all of you!!

    - Sara Hayes, Power Line Founder/Owner

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  • Celebrate 5 Years of Power Line Consulting

    Five years ago Power Line Consulting was founded with the dream of providing an empowering environment for young female athletes, and we will celebrate our FIVE-YEAR ANNIVERSARY throughout the fall with special guests and fun events!

    With Hall of Fame coach and renowned motivator Sue Enquist kicking off the week as Keynote Speaker of Sunday's Open House, All-Skills and Advanced Camps being coached by our Power Line All-Stars, our first ever Alumni Game showcasing some of San Diego's finest, and seizing the opportunity to FIGHT BACK against cancer at the San Diego Downtown Relay for Life, we are honored to provide this exclusive opportunity for you to celebrate with us.

    Power Line has received national recognition thanks to your loyalty and support and we can't wait to celebrate this milestone with all of you!!

    - Sara Hayes, Power Line Founder/Owner

    Come celebrate our

    5 Year Anniversary

    Alumni Game & Meet and Greet

    December TBA

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  • Defensive Lessons

    The key to strong defense is to attack the ball. Power Line teaches that whether they are an infielder or an outfielder they should never be standing still while fielding. Our athletes need to be constantly moving, staying low, and quickly and smoothly transitioning from fielding to throwing.

    The most up-to-date defensive 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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  • Slapping Lessons

    Watch lefty slapper/hitters Caitlin Lowe, Natasha Watley, Amy Chellevold, Michelle Moultrie, and Brittany Rogers compete against the top defenses in the world and you see a physical chess match. A lefty slapper/hitter’s role is to get on base. To do this lefty slapper/hitter must develop the skills necessary to outsmart the defense, and the physical capability to put the ball where she wants it to go. They must be confident and sound with the fundamentals, track the ball deep in the zone, as well as read the defense while remaining sneaky and smooth.

    The most up-to-date slapping and hitting techniques used in college softball today are presented in private lessons. 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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