Softball Camps
Softball Camps To register or for questions, please email Sean Cotter or call (321) 674-7199.

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Individual Camp

Girls Ages 8 - 14

Dates
Session 1: June 13 - 16
Session 2: June 20 - 23
Times
9 a.m. - 4 p.m .
Location
Nancy Bottge Field
Cost
$230 Up to June 5 to camp (Includes lunch and T-shirt)
$260 After June 5 (Includes lunch and T-shirt)
$385 Both sessions up to June 5 (Includes lunch and T-shirt)
$415 Both sessions after June 5 (Includes lunch and T-Shirt)
Mandatory Waiver FormMedical Form and Pickup Authorization Form must be submitted on first day of camp

Prospect Camp

Girls Entering Grades 7 - 12

Dates
July 17 - 20, All Day
Location
Nancy Bottge Field
Cost
$400 Commuters, $500 Overnight Up to July 10
$450 Commuters, $550 Overnight After July 10
Mandatory Waiver FormMedical Form and Pickup Authorization Form must be submitted on first day of camp

Val Silvestrini

Val Silvestrini

Head Softball Coach

Val Silvestrini enters her seventh season as Florida Tech’s head softball coach. During her first six seasons at the school, she has registered a 157-148 record at the head of the Panther program.

In 2015 she guided the Panthers to the best season in program history as FIT not only advanced to postseason play for the first time in school history but also claimed the NCAA South Region II Championship and advanced to the NCAA Super Regionals. Florida Tech finished the year 38-20 on the season, including 14-10 in Sunshine State Conference play. The Panthers finished the season ranked for the first time ever, sliding in at No. 19 in the NFCA poll.






Sean Cotter

Sean Cotter

Assistant Coach

Sean Cotter is in his second season as an assistant coach at Florida Tech. During his first season with FIT, he helped the Panthers to a 38-20 record, including a 14-10 mark in Sunshine State Conference play.

With Cotter in the fold, FIT accomplished the greatest season in program history in 2015. Not only did the team qualify for postseason play for the first time ever but the Crimson and Gray garnered the NCAA South Region II Championship and advanced to the NCAA Super Regionals. The Panthers finished the year ranked No. 19 in the NFCA poll, the first time ending the season ranked in program history.