Hype 12u Berryman is holding open workouts and tryouts for Spring/Summer 2020!
Come be a part of a fundamentally based, growth and development focused team! Want a positive, caring environment for your player? Want an organization with their own indoor facility? Looking for a team who works on strength & conditioning? Come be a part of Hype Berryman!
Primarily ‘07 based, strong ‘08’s will be considered.
New LOWER player fees AND the addition of a new bingo hall! Families will have the opportunity to work bingos for credit toward your player’s fees!
PLUS, several fundraisers will be available and any money fundraised will go directly to your player as well as any sponsorships! Win, win for everybody!
DID YOU KNOW?
Hype Fastpitch have their OWN indoor facility. While other teams have to scramble for indoor space during the winter months Hype doesn’t have to worry!
Don’t miss out on this great group of girls and families! Come see us at our next tryout!
NEW DATE ADDED!! UPDATED LOCATION/TIME DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER.
Private tryouts available and will remain confidential.
Sunday, December 8th
Hype Fastpitch Home Plate Facility
(Next door to Roller King, last bay door before towing company)
801 Riverside Ave., Roseville, CA 95678
All Positions 9:00am-11:00am
Hype practices at Whitney High School in Rocklin and at the Hype indoor facility in Roseville.
Please go to:
& fill out the tryout form prior to attending a open tryout or workout. Tryout forms will be available the day of tryouts if need be.
For more information please contact:
Head Coach Andy Berryman
via cell phone @ 916.607.7340 or by email at: email@example.com
MEET THE COACHES!!
Head Coach: Andy Berryman
Coach Berryman has a extensive history with the game of softball!
He has coached girls softball for 6 years, a combination of rec, allstars and 2 years of comp travel softball, as well as 3 years of youth baseball.
He has also been an avid slow pitch softball player for 20 years!
As head coach of Hype Berryman ‘07 he strongly emphasizes the importance of the FUNDAMENTALS of the game and preparing these young ladies for the next level of their travel ball careers.
He consistently attends coaching clinics to improve his techniques and to understand the proper way to coach young ladies. His resume includes clinics with:
EAC Elite Athlete Consulting w/ Darin Delgado
NFCA 2019 in Portland, Oregon
NFCA 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee (coming up!)
Speed & Agility Certification (in progress)
Coach Berryman coaches not for the wins, but for the future of these young female athletes and his love of the game.
Assistant Coach: Phillip Cantarinha
Coach Phil has played baseball most of his life; as a youth, through high school and up through college.
He has been coaching girls softball for two years both comp travel softball and 8u rec.
Coach Phil attends various college coaching clinics to learn the latest coaching methods and philosophies; always learning and improving to build these young female athletes into strong, confident women. His resume includes the following:
EAC Elite Athlete Consulting w/Darin Delgado
NFCA 2019 Coaches Clinic in Portland, Oregon
NFCA 2020 Coaches Clinic in Nashville, Tennessee (Coming soon!)
Coach Phil’s primary philosophy is to build these young athletes’ confidence, their belief in themselves and to prepare them for the next level of their softball careers.
Assistant Coach: Noli Snobar
Coach Noli has played baseball for most of his life, primarily as a catcher. He played as a youth, throughout high school, in the semi-pro’s and the National Adult Baseball Association.
While playing for the NABA, his team won multiple championships. He returned to his high school and was an assistant coach and then began coaching girls softball when his oldest daughter started playing.
For the last 6 years he has coached at the recreational, All Star and competitive travel ball level. As a coach he likes to focus on fundamentals and mechanics, especially for catchers, pitchers and hitters.
Coach Noli truly feels that he isn’t just here to coach these girls to be amazing softball players but to also help guide them to be wonderful and successful people. He wants them to love the game, play to the best of their ability and leave it all on the field.