The Geneva Foxes Fastpitch Softball Organization is a non-profit fastpitch club softball program founded in Geneva, IL. Our primary goal is to develop young, female athletes and give them the skill-set necessary to compete at the highest levels throughout their adolescent career.
There is a fine line of competing at the highest level without losing sight or focus on development of the multi-sport athlete, and we recognize this. Our goal is to provide a rewarding softball experience and to encourage each girl to advance to a level beyond their own expectations. We’ve developed and maintain a program recognized as one of the area’s most complete for teaching the fundamental skills appropriate for each level of competition.
Now entering our 22nd year, we are a self-funded, non-profit organization offering a softball skill development program at a rate well below other comparable programs. We are not affiliated with any other Geneva organization but work in conjunction with the Geneva Park District and Geneva High School. We follow the guidelines of fast-pitch softball governing bodies such as USSSA, PGF and ASA.
In the 2017-2018 seasons, we will be fielding teams at 12U, 13U, 14U and (2) 16U age groups. This will allow between 60-80 girls to participate in competitive club softball.
Our Fastpitch Training program is at or above many other organizations that list themselves as “A” programs. Where we differ is in a game schedule designed to support our beliefs in “multi-sport” athletics and the balance of life adolescence demands.
Training and “Fall Ball” games will begin in September. Training will continue through the winter at the Fox Valley Strikers indoor training facility Geneva (fielding), All American Softball in North Aurora (hitting) with pitching instruction being held in west Bartlett. Players will receive professional coaching and performance training focusing on fielding, batting, pitching, catching conditioning and game strategy.
Offseason training program from professional coaches (see coaches’ profiles below) typically includes: