Summer Softball Sessions 2020

with Collegiate Player-Coaches


MCLL Summer Softball Sessions will provide high-quality softball skills training to prepare players from two different age groups (10 and below + 10 and above) years old to enjoy all aspects of the game -- whether they are there to stay fit, meet new friends, or build skills so they move into more competitive play. Players will also learn what it takes to play high school softball and college ball from collegiate softball players who graduated from local high schools.

There are three weeks of small-group lessons focusing on different softball skills areas to master. Each session consists of 90 minutes of instruction. Players can sign up for one or more sessions per day, however each session is limited to 10 players. Safety precautions will be followed: Coaches and volunteers wear masks; there will be 15 minutes in between sessions to sanitize equipment; and social distancing will be practiced to the greatest extent possible.


Week 1 (July 20 - 25): Softball Fundamentals - Throwing and Hitting

12:30 - 2:00 PM - Player age 10 and over

Week 2 (July 27 - July 31): Position Fundamentals: Fielding (Infield, Outfield)

9:00 - 10:30 AM - Player age 10 and under

12:30 - 2:00 PM - Player age 10 and over


North Chevy Chase Field #1, 4105 Jones Bridge Road


$200 per week (five 90-minute sessions). Players may attend more than one session a day, however each session is limited to 10 players only.

Contact for more information or questions.



Riley is a pitcher and outfielder for the Dickinson College Softball Team. Riley is a Whitman High School graduate, selected for the Washington Post’s Spring 2019 All-Met team for softball. “With a 0.87 ERA and 191 strikeouts, Kuehn’s mastery from the circle pushed the Vikings to their first division and region titles.” -Washington Post (June 11, 2019)


Margaret is a catcher for McDaniel College. She is a Whitman High School graduate, who played USSSA Softball for the Maryland Heat.