The mission of 360U Softball is to EMPOWER softball athletes with the developmental skills, resources and confidence needed to thrive on and off the softball diamond.
"360U Team- I can’t put into words how utterly impressed I am with, not only the quality of instruction & coaching at 360U, but the overall dedication and guidance that is showcased at your clinics. Not only are you teaching our daughters the sport of softball, you are demonstrating leadership, confidence, teamwork and countless life skills. You are astonishing mentors to these girls and you do so effortlessly. You have created an environment where softball players of all ages and levels feel comfortable and confident. In a world full of discrimination, you are helping to mold poised young girls who are kind, proud, hard-working and enjoying life.I am so extremely grateful we have found this organization for my daughter. Thank you for all you do!"
"Youth sports today are so competitive. At a very early age, our girls are sometimes being told they are not ready for something yet. The position they love, maybe even a team. What the girls miss in these conversations is the “yet”. As a parent and volunteer coach, I am always looking for people who can motivate them to work hard through these developmental years or the “yet”. That is exactly why the 360U all skills camp is so different. Unlike other clinics, it starts with personal stories that emulate the work ethic, drive, attitude and most importantly confidence that is needed to accomplish anything that is important to you. Suddenly, the 10 to 12 year old girls didn’t just see instructors, they had role models. This connection shifted their attitudes in a positive manner all morning. I saw effort and engagement. I saw focus with each new skill instruction. Most importantly, after receiving feedback, I saw smiles, sparkles in their eyes and often heard laughter. When you bring the 360U clinic to your team, yes, your girls will get sound skills instruction. More than that, you will hand select role models that can give them something to work towards becoming."