Fastpitch Online Showcase was created to help softball players get recruited! We are softball professions – former college coaches and players who are passionate about our goal of helping softball players find their right fit in a college!

Kim Gwydir – FPOS founder 

Coach Gwydir was Head Softball Coach at Florida International University for 10 years. In that time, she took the Golden Panthers to several National Top 25 rankings and a regional appearance.  Coach Gwydir’s students have progressed to playing on the US and Canadian National Teams, including a USA Gold Medal winner. Coach Gwydir is VSA’s Director and will coach all aspects of the game. She also works extensively with USA Elite Training as a private instructor and Showcase Director for the past five years.

Coach Kim Gwydir Gets Results :

  • Coaching Results

    • Over 440 College Victories

    • 1998 Trans Conference Coach of the Year 

    • 2003 Sunbelt Coach of the Year

    • Coached players on USA and Canadian National Teams 

    • Coached Gold Coast FL Hurricanes Junior Olympic Travel Team (2007- 2009)ASA National Champions 2008, Runner Up 2009

    • Trained numerous All State and All League Players in multiple states including CT, NY, MA, and FL

    • Trained the winning FL State Championship pitchers (2007 – 2014)

  • Industry Accomplishment

    • Atlanata Award for Best New Collegiate Program 1998

    • 2003 Sunbelt Coach of the Year

    • 1998 Trans America Athletic Conference Coach of the Year 

    • Inducted into Suffolk County (NY) Sports Hall of Fame

    • Featured Speaker at FHSAA High School Coaches State Convention 2001-2007

    • Featured speaker at the 2010 CT High School Coaches Association’s Coaches Clinic

    • Featured speaker at the 2011-2014 World Softball Coaches Convention at Mohegan Sun Convention Center

    • Featured Speaker at the 2012 -2014 North East Regional Little League Coaches’ Clinic

Heidi Freitager

Founder/Owner Freitager Fastpitch

Heidi Freitager is a nationally-renowned softball instructor, having developed a number of collegiate All Americans and professional softball athletes.

She recently left the University of Virginia after serving eight seasons as associate head softball coach. While there, she served as hitting/catching coach for three seasons and pitching coach for five seasons while also serving as the recruiting coordinator.

Prior to her time at UVA, she coached collegiality at Temple (2008), Nova Southeastern (2005), Morehead State (2004 & 2002), and New Mexico State (2003).

Freitager played at Northern Iowa (1997-2001) where she started at catcher for four seasons and helped lead her team to the Missouri Valley Conference championship in 2000

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