Sebastian Pride Fastpitch Softball Tryouts For Travel Ball Team

Pride Fastpitch Softball tryouts begin Saturday in Sebastian.
Pride Fastpitch Softball tryouts begin Saturday in Sebastian.

SEBASTIAN – The Pride Fastpitch Softball Travel Ball Team (HS Division) will be having open tryouts on Saturday, January 14th starting at 10:30 a.m. – 2 p.m., at the North County Aquatic Center, located at 9450 CR-512, Sebastian, Florida 32958, on Field 2.

“Pride is coming off a great season and looking to find a few players for our roster for spring 2017,” said Keith Grant, experienced Coach/Manager. “We have the versatility to add players to any position. We are looking for players with speed, a consistent bat, positive attitude, good work ethic, team first mentality, and passion for the game.”

Grant and College Coach Kristy Tankersley will teach your daughter the skills and attitude to become an outstanding college player. As a college coach/player, she knows what is needed to become a top college player.

The vision of Pride is to build teams this team to compete for National Championships and to develop players that want a chance to compete at the next level.

“Our ultimate goal is for all Pride players to find the right fit at the collegiate level,” Grant said.

For more information, email [email protected] or message Keith Grant (954-829-3605) with questions and info.

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