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2016 Harvard Softball Season Recap
An exciting year for Crimson Softball! Season highlights include an undefeated regular season record of 12-0 at home, a North Division Championship, and seven All-Ivy Honors for the Crimson. Among these Ivy honors, two players took home the titles for Pitcher of the Year and Rookie of the Year.
Top-10 GPA in Division 1
15 Named All-America Scholar Athletes
The Harvard softball team was recognized Wednesday as one of the Top-10 Academic Teams in NCAA Division I, posting the eighth-highest GPA nationally, the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA)
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For on campus clinics
The best address to plug in for a GPS is 65 North Harvard Street, Boston, MA 02118. This is the address to the Murr Center which is the big brick building right next to the football stadium.
From the EAST
*** To Park: Once you have pulled into Gate 8, follow the road around and park in the designated visitor parking area, just behind right field of the baseball field. Be sure to feed the parking meter if necessary. Our clinics will be held in one of three locations.
If we are coming from out of town what hotels should we stay in?
DoubleTree Guest Suites Boston (close to field)
Crowne Plaza Boston-Newton Hotel (15 min. driving from field)
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What is your refund policy?
Refunds less a 8% processing fee are given for clinic cancellations two weeks prior to the start of the clinic. If you have to cancel your registration within two weeks of the start of the clinic, you can receive a credit for the clinic which can be applied to a future clinic. NO refunds will be given during the two weeks prior to the clinic.
How old do you have to be to attend a Clinic?
We offer clinics for all ages. Please check the clinic of choice to see the specific age invited to participate.
What should I bring to a typical softball clinic?
For our clinics, you should dress like you are practice or game ready. No Jeans or open-toed shoes and you should be prepared to slide if called upon.
Bring your softball glove, cleats, non-cleated athletic shoes (REQUIRED), bat and helmet (if you have one), and water bottle.
Catchers are recommended to bring catchers gear, if you have it.
We also suggest if you are coming to our Winter or Summer High School Clinic that you wear a uniform.
Water / Lunch / Food
All players are to provide their own snacks if needed. Water Jugs will be on hand, but please bring a re-usable water bottle to fill up and hydrate with.
Some clinics we will provide lunch…see specific clinic details to find out if included in the clinic you are attending.
It is assumed that each player will have some sort of storage/equipment bag for their own gear. We are not responsible for lost or stolen gear. Please mark your equipment with your name.
Pre and Post Clinic Supervision
Players should be picked up & dropped off. We are not responsible for your player after each session is concluded. Players are welcome to watch the start of the next clinic from the seating area if they are waiting to be picked up.
Can Parents Watch?
Absolutely! Parents should be observers only. Parents are not to go on the field unless they are in attendance when an injury occurs.
Merchandise for Sale
Harvard Softball merchandise will be available for purchase at most clinics.