GTSA instructors will teach our clients the basics principles of the game. Our instructors will be knowledgeable in all categories ranging from catching, fielding, hitting and pitching.
Here is a list of the Softball Instructor who are available at GTSA:
All District 7-5A softball team 2nd team-Arlington High School.
Softball scholarship to NCTC-Pitching. Coach for Elite Explosion 10u-Winnie, TX.
Currently resides in Winnie, TX.
Casey Goodman graduated in 2004 from the University of Louisiana at Monroe with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education. While there, she played softball for four years, earning all-conference honors at catcher each season she played, twice winning all-region. She was named ULM Female Athlete of the Year for 2003. When she graduated she held several career and single-season statistical school records: No. 1 in career runs batted in, No. 2 in career home runs, No. 6 in career batting average, No. 1 in single-season RBI and No. 2 for single-season home runs.
In 2004, Goodman played overseas in Langhirano, Italy, ranking No. 13 in batting average in the league. After returning home, she took the softball coaching job at LSU-Eunice, helping to start the program at that school. She coached there until 2007, leading her team to consecutive regional tournament berths with records of 20-19 in 2006 and 22-23 in 2007. During that time, she had two all-region players in 2006 and one all-region player in 2007.
In 2007, Goodman took the head coaching job at LSU-Alexandria where she posted a record of 15-28 in 2008 and 19-29 in 2009, a year in which her team reached the regional tournament for Association of Independent Institutions. During her time at LSUA, she coached two All-NAIA first team players. In 2008, her team held the conference record for fielding percentage, and in 2009, her squad held the league records for strikeouts, games played, innings pitched, lowest earned run average, most at-bats, triples, wins, stolen bases and put-outs.
Casey joined Lamar State College-Port Arthur in 2010 as an assistant coach. Overall, as a head coach, she owns a 34-57 record with her career coaching mark set at 76-99.
Megan Rowe, a former all-conference pitcher at Louisiana State University-Alexandria, joined the Lamar State staff in 2010.
Rowe started her college pitching career at the two-year Louisiana State University-Eunice, where she earned a place on the NJCAA All-Region team.
Rowe transferred to LSU-Alexandria at the beginning of her sophomore year. She went on to be the team MVP for two years and set school records for wins, strikeouts, batters faced and innings pitched.
While she was at LSU-A, Rowe started her coaching career with high school summer travel teams. She also gave private pitching instruction and conducted pitching and hitting clinics and camps.
Rowe graduated from LSU-A with a bachelor’s degree in General Studies with a concentration in Kinesiology.