1 on 1 Instruction

 

Player Instruction & Softball Clinics

The Nor-Cal Hot Shots are pleased to offer opportunities for private softball instruction for both our Hot Shots players and other softball players in the area with partnerships with some of our local area instructors.

 

Ringle’s

Softball Lessons

Hitting:

 $35.00 for 30 minutes

 

 

Pitching:

$35.00 for 30 minutes

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Fielding:

$35.00 for 30 minutes

 

speed/agility: $35.00 for one hour

 

 

 

Jennifer Ringle

Email: jringle4@yahoo.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jenn.ringle

Mobile: 707-416-3424

As a Freshman (2009) Howard College: Started all 55 games at shortstop and second base, was name first team all conference, batted .411 with 4 home runs, 79 hits, 14 doubles, and 26 stolen bases.

As a sophomore (2010-2011) Solano College:  started every game at shortstop. Played 40 games, batted .535, 129 at bats, 54 runs, 11 2B, five 3B, 5 HR, 38 RBI, 52stolen bases. Was named CCCAA all conference, all region team, March madness MVP, NFCA First team ALL American, Golden Shoe award winner (GIRL with the most stolen bases in CA) offensive player of the year, team MVP, and was offered a full ride to Lee University in Cleveland TN! 

As a Junior (2011-2012) LEE University: Started every game as shortstop, lead off and three spot hitter, started in 52 games, Batted .422 for the season with 187 at bats, 47 runs, 79 hits, 11 doubles, 5 triples, 2 home runs, 31 RBI, and 12 stolen bases. Jennifer was named SSAC Newcomer of the year, SSAC First Team All-Conference, SSAC player of the week, NAIA National Player of the week, SSAC All-region team.

As a Senior (2012-2013) Lee University:  Started in 47 games, out of 58 games, batted .346, 153 at bats, 39 runs, 53 hits, 9 doubles, 1 triple, 2 home runs, 36 RBI, and 6 stolen bases. Jennifer was injured early in the season and missed half the season due to a torn hamstring. She was able to make it back in time to play at the national championships. Jennifer was named to the SSAC All-Region Team, and was named NAIA National Championship All-Tournament team.