Carol Hutchins, Michigan Head Softball Coach, NFCA Hall of Fame
|"The content and the tools RVP gives you are unparallel to any other. When it comes to hitting I'm convinced that RVP can put you over the top."|
Michigan Head Coach Carol Hutchins first incorporated the RightView Pro System in the 2005 season. Coincidentally she was introduced to it by UCLA Head Coach Sue Enquist, who became her opponent in the finals of the NCAA 2005 College World Series. That year using RVP, Carol Hutchins and the Michigan Softball Team set a number of records in many categories. They became the first program east of the Mississippi River to claim the NCAA national championship by defeating UCLA. She credits RVP for some of the success.
2004 Season vs. 2005 Season
|65/7 ||419 ||615 ||103 ||1031 ||374 ||.316 ||.379 ||.530 |
Jerry Breaux, Head softball coach, Evangel University, Springfireld Missouri
"Numbers and stats do not lie. They tell a story. And the numbers this season at Evangel are living proof of what RVP has done."
Jerry Breaux has provided us one of the most well documented case studies. Over three years ago Jerry was introduced to RVP by one of his students. He was resistent at first but quickly saw how much more effective it made him as a coach. "Basically, we now have a common thinking about hitting and thats a simple solution in my book!"
RVP received this e-mail after his first full season with RVP
"Last season we set a record for team home runs with 23 without RVP, and I thought that was a pretty good number. But this year, with RVP, how about 58 HR's? How about 97 doubles and 14 triples? How about a team slugging percentage of 491? How about three of our hitters with double figures in home runs...16, 15, 11? How about six grand slams? One player only had one home run in three years.... but this year, she hit 11."
Jerry Breaux begins his 14th season as the head Evangel University softball coach in 2007. During his previous 13 years, Evangel’s 18-year-old softball program has blossomed. Breaux has led the Lady Crusaders to seven Heart of America Athletic Conference championships, including titles the last three years. In addition, Breaux has guided EU’s ladies to seven Region V Tournaments and his 2006 squad advanced to the NAIA National Championships for the first time ever