Triple Threat Softball is a softball training camp located in Longview, Texas. Interested applicants can join U.S.A. olympic medalists for a weekend of softball training and instruction. Triple Threat Softball camp offers the best training when it comes to pitching, offense, as well as defense.
Triple Threat Softball is headed by three softball professionals/coaches:
(I) Kelly Kretschman:
Hometown: Indian Harbour Beach, Florida
College: University of Alabama
Bio: Currently, Kelly resides in Southern California. She plays for the USSSA Pride. In her free time, Kelly helps coach at Mission Viejo High School and gives private lessons.
Accomplishments: Olympic Silver medalist, Gold medalist at Pan American Games, World Cup Champion, Olympic Gold medalist, Alternate on 2000 Olympic Gold Medal Team, Four-Time NFCA All-American, Member of WCWS All-Tournament Team
(II) Caitlin Lowe:
Hometown: Tustin, California
College: University of Arizona
Bio: Caitlin now resides in Texas where she gives private lessons in her free time. She plans on playing in the NPF for the USSSA Pride.
Accomplishments: Gold medalist at Pan American Games, Two-Time World Cup Champion, World Champion, Olympic Silver medalist, Two-Time National Champion, Four-Time NFCA First-Team All-American, Two-Time WCWS All-Tournament Team
(III) Monica Abbott:
Hometown: Salinas, California
College: University of Tennessee
Bio: Currently, Monica is playing professionally with Toyota Motor Corporation in Japan and with the Chicago Bandits in the NPF. She is an avid public speaker and works to improve softball and inspire all to “Bring It!” in everything that they do.
Accomplishments: 2010 Japan Softball Champs with Toyota Motor Corp., 2008 Olympian Silver Medalist, Threw First Perfect Game in Olympic History, Two-Time World Champion, Pan American Champions, NPF Champion 2007, USA Softball Player of the Year 2007, 2440 career NCAA Div. I Record in strikeouts (1st all-time), 724 Single Season NCAA Div. 1 Strikeout Record, 189 career NCAA Division I Record in wins (1st all-time), 112 career shutouts NCAA Record (1st all-time), 23 career NCAA Division I no-hitters, 6 career NCAA Division I perfect games