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Private Lessons with Junction Place Sports is the best way to give a young player the confidence, skill set and knowledge to reach their potential regardless of age or skill set! Most people have a belief that Private Lessons are only for top-notch athletes in need of minuet changes to achieve the highest levels of success. That concept is outdated. Private Lessons provide a path to ensure athletes, especially young children, have a solid foundation in the fundamentals of sport to empower THEM to decide how far they want to pursue athletic aspirations and goals. From which hand a baseball glove goes on to pick off moves, Private Lessons are a major benefit to anyone who deserves the chance to have the tools required to achieve their personal best! "There may be people who have more talent than you, but, there's no excuse for anyone to work harder than you do"- Derek Jeter!ur text in this area
Coach Brad is the youth baseball expert! How he is able to manage, engage, entertain, explain and enjoy working with large groups of young ballplayers is a gift worthy of a medal, or an award or something. What's crazy is his idea of an award is to get more opportunities to lead youth baseball programs and personal lessons in the future! "Got keep at it" is one of his favorite quotes, and one which he lives by!
Coach Brad works with boys and girls ages 3-18 years old. He is available most week nights and weekends. Use the booking tool below to find his specific availability and book today!
Coach Jordan brings a wealth of experience in the area of girls softball and athletic business. She is currently the Assistant Athletic Director at Loyola University of New Orleans. Prior to her tenor at Loyola, she spent 4 years at Texas-AM Texarkana as the Athletics Business Manager in addition to assistant softball coach when the sport began play during the 2018 season.
Gabriel also had a prolific collegiate softball career before ending up on the coaching side of the game. As an everyday centerfielder for Southeastern Louisiana, Gabriel solidified the leadoff position in the lineup for the 2009 and 2010 seasons. She then played a season at West Virginia University Tech before following her coach to New Mexico Highlands University to join her as an assistant. She left for Texas A&M-Texarkana in June 2015.
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