Tobi Finley- Hitting and Defense

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Rachel Gregory- Pitching Instructor

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Rachel pitched at Crowder College in 2016 before playing at Central Baptist College 2017-2019. She served as a student assistant for the CBC softball team working with the pitchers during the 2019-2020 COVID season before becoming one of the CBC Assistant Coaches-Head Pitching Coach 2020-2021. 

 

She graduated from North Little Rock High School where she won three back-to-back-to-back 7A state championships (2012-2015) and was rewarded the 7A State Tournament MVP in 2015. She has a bachelors of science in Kinesiology-Sports Management. 

 

Rachel gives pitching lessons to beginners-college. 

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Sports Vision Training

 

Vision is an essential skill necessary for athletes to compete at the highest level. Many individuals see the "vision" of an athlete as just visual acuity (ie: how small letters you read on the "E" chart). The vision and skills of the visual system encompass much more than just visual acuity. We use state of the art equipment, technology, applied science, and knowledge of the visual system to help develop an athlete's skills of the visual system. Vision and skills involving the visual system can be altered and enhanced through the proper methods of training and oversight. Our program focuses on the following areas of skill training:

 

  • Eye-Hand Coordination

  • Depth Perception

  • Eye Tracking ability

  • Multiple Objective Tracking

  • Perceptual-Cognitive abilities

  • Contrast Sensitivity

  • Field Awareness

  • Reaction Time

  • Near Far Quickness

  • Perception Span

  • Peripheral Awareness

  • Balance

 

  

Please call us and ask for Ryan if you are interested in sports vision training or to schedule a session 501-615-7800

 

       Autumn Buczek - Hitting, Defense, Slapping, Speed Training

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Autumn was a 4 year player and a 3 year starter at the University of Arkansas.She was in the top 3 every year with runs scored, hits and batting average. She finished her career with over 300 assists. Autumn ran a record home-to-home time, 10.65, during her recruiting period and ran a consistent 2.7 to first. Speed was a vital part of her career and helped her to have an impact in the game.
Her junior year team advanced to a regional in Norman Oklahoma where they lost out to OU who went on to win the World Series. Autumn's senior year, Arkansas hosted a regional for the first time in program history. They won the regional, also a first, and advanced to the Norman Super Regional. Autumn got to be a part of the team that turned around Razorback Softball and helped to get the program on track. Autumn does hitting, slapping, defensive and speed and agility training at Elite. 

 

 

 

 

 

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