If you have any questions on any of these clinics, please contact Joe at Joe@sartellfastpitch.com.
Sartell Swarm is pleased to announce a unique opportunity for its 12U and older players.
A Mental Health and Sports meeting hosted by Elly Novak (Bio), College of Saint Benedict 2023 Communication major/Exercise and Health Science minor, is being offered at the College of St. Benedict.
When: Sunday, Dec. 11, from 4-6 pm.
Where: College of St. Benedict.
Your school years are some of the most fun and also overwhelming years of your life. Balancing your school work, your athletic commitments, as well as your home and personal life, can be nothing short of exhausting. Schools and at times family put a lot of pressure on students - those in sports can really struggle balancing school work and sports. There are ways students can balance the weight of it.
As each new sport season starts, how does the student athlete manage to achieve good grades and retain optimal performance on the playing field? The stress of doing well in a sport can easily override the necessity to do well in school. But this does not have to be the case for student athletes. Statistically, research indicates youth who participate in sports, whether school or community sports, perform better academically than children who do not participate in sports.
Please join us as we discuss tips and tricks we’ve used over the years to help balance our sport, social, and school lives.
The material is geared to players only. Parents are asked to not attend.
Please register here to reserve your spot - Click Here
Free Clinics offered by our St. Ben’s intern, Elly Novak (Bio). Elly currently plays softball at St. Ben’s and we couldn’t be more excited for her to spread her knowledge and love of softball. The camps are going to be at CSB from 4-6p. These clinics are open to all Swarm players at all levels.
Please register here to reserve your spot - link
Our all-skills clinics will be held at St. Cloud State University's Husky Dome on the following Friday nights from 7:00-8:30pm. Can register for each separately. Cost will be $20/session. The first 3 sessions will be led by St. Cloud State Assistant coach Kelley Newell (bio). Target audience is as young as 2013 birthdays through 8th grade.
Please register here to reserve your spot - link.
Each clinic will be held at St. Ben's Fieldhouse with Callie (bio). Can register for each separately. Cost will be $40/session. Clinic will start at 6:00pm each Tuesday. Schedule will be to warm up and work on your own from 6:00-6:30pm, then from 6:30-7:15pm work with Callie. Each pitcher will need to provide their own catcher.
Please register here to reserve your spot for February - link
Our catching clinics will be held at Riverview Intermediate School on the following dates and times. Former St. Ben's catcher Karlee Pfaff will be leading and the cost will be $30/session. Limit of 10 athletes per session.
Each catcher will need catcher equipment. If your catcher doesn't have equipment, SFSA will check out catcher equipment to your athlete to be returned after the last clinic date. Trying on and pickup for catcher equipment will be February 5th from 10:00am-noon.
Please register here to reserve your spot - link. Limit of 10 athletes per session.
Remaining spots - Updated 2/23 @ 6:30pm
Check out the clinics available in our area. SFSA is not affiliated with and does not endorse any of these camps. Below are simply a resource to help identify additional opportunities available in the area to work on softball skills.
Please contact the club/league directly for specific dates, times, and costs. SFSA only supplies the links to the respective opportunities.