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The posting of the resources on this page shall not, under any circumstances, be construed as an endorsement by Newton Girls Softball as we do not review the health or safety of any athletic activity conducted outside Newton Girls Softball programming.

Participation at any of these clinics, camps and/or other instruction or training received by any athlete is totally at the discretion of the athlete and his/her family.


Winter 2020

  • February break clinic at DirtDawg Sports for ages 7-12u who are looking to get ready for the upcoming season while having fun and making new friends. $200 week  or $50 per day. See more informations and register here: Dirt Dawg Sports Clinic
  • February break hitting clinic at MIT for ages 8-18 admitted on a first come, first served basis with sessions  capped to 25 people. $75.00 per session or $140.00 if player attends both. See more information here: MIT Hitting Clinic 
  • Winter Softball Development Clinic at Extra Innings Watertown for ages 9 -14. See more information here: EI Clinic

Fall 2019 - Spring 2020

There are openings in Sunday morning pitching (8 am) & catching (9 pm) classes at the Lower Falls Community Center, 545 Grove Street in Newton Lower Falls.  Classes will be held on the following 19 Sundays:


October 20 and 27;

November 3, 17 and 24;

December 1, 8 and 15;

January 5, 12 and 19;

February, 2 and 9;

March 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29; and 

April 5


The classes will be taught by Jenny Scavone-Collins, a Clark University Hall of Famer and a former professional softball player with the New England Riptide of the National Professional Fastpitch League.


A Business Development Manager at Reebok, Jenny was one of the most accomplished softball players at Clark.  She was a two-time All-American, New England ECAC Player of the Year, NEWMAC player of the year, and still holds Clark's highest career batting average at .448.


“As a coach, my goal is to motivate and inspire the future players of this game.  I aim to help them grow as players, but also as individuals who respect themselves, their teammates and their coaches.  I hope to share my passion for and experience in the game of softball so that each player can develop into the best version of themselves."

If interested, contact Dan Jasset at .