Our camps are designed to discuss, breakdown, and teach, important aspects of all levels of softball. Specific breakdown of pitching, catching, defense, and offense will be discussed. Individual and group instruction and drill sessions will all be used to help reinforce and apply each aspect.

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Jessica O’Donnell just finished up her fourth season leading the Red Flash Softball program from 2021-2022 after serving the last five seasons as the Associate Head Coach at Villanova University. 


The Red Flash won their fifth consecutive Northeast Conference Tournament Championship this year and competed in the Blacksburg,VA Regional.


At Villanova, O’Donnell worked with the infielders and catchers as well as day-to-day operations.  During O’Donnell’s time at Villanova, the Wildcats increased their win total in each of her first four seasons on campus and achieved winning records in each of the last three seasons. Villanova earned 17 All-Big East selections and three NFCA All-Region selections during O’Donnell’s tenure. 
O’Donnell helped the Wildcats to a 27-24-1 record in 2018, including a 10-8 mark in the Big East.  Under O’Donnell’s leadership, Wildcats senior shortstop Brittany Husk earned NFCA Mideast Region Second Team honors as well as First Team All-Big East accolades.  Freshman second baseman Angela Giampolo was a First Team All-Big East selection, while senior first baseman Nikki Alden was a Second Team All-Big East pick.
Prior to her time at Villanova, O’Donnell spent two seasons as an assistant at Francis Marion University, where she coached the infielders and handled operations duties.


The Pasadena, Md. native began her playing career at CCBC, earning All-Conference, All-Region and NFCA All-American Scholar Athlete honors before transferring to UMBC.  She served as a three-year starter at shortstop.  O’Donnell was a three-time member of the America East Honor Roll and was a team captain in 2009. 
She graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor’s Degree in American Studies.