Deb Hartwig

RVP Member & Certified Instructor 

Hartwig is a member of the RightView Pro team as well as a certified instructor for RVP. Currently Hartwig is the Director of Coaches Certification and Training for the So Cal ASA. Hartwig is also the Tournament Director for the most prestigious college tournaments in the Nation; the Palm Springs Classic, the Judi Garman Classic, and the Worth Tournament.  Hartwig was the assistant coach of Team Texas, a women's Major Travel Ball team that placed 2nd in the 2000 Nationals and 5th in the 2000 Canada Cup. Hartwig was recently a volunteer assistant coach at Cal State Fullerton.

Hartwig also served for four years as the assistant coach at San Diego State where she was the hitting, catching and outfield coach as well as assisting with recruiting. Prior to the Aztecs, Hartwig coached travel teams and was the varsity coach at San Marcos High School in North San Diego, Hartwig’s alma mater where she played both softball and basketball, earning MVP and League Player-of-the-Year honors in softball. Hartwig began her collegiate career at Saddleback Junior College in Mission Viejo, CA, and received all-conference, all-region, and all-state honors, helping lead the Gauchos to the state championship. Hartwig earned her Associate of Arts degree in 1988 and was later inducted into the Saddleback College Hall of Fame. Hartwig continued her career at Cal State Fullerton under the guide of Judi Garman and graduated from Fullerton earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology. A two-time ASA All-American, Hartwig directs Nike camps and currently works numerous clinics throughout the United States teaching players and coaches alike. Hartwig lives in the South Bay and is enjoying working with the youth in the area.