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UL Softball Hosting Fall Developemental Camps

Louisiana's Ragin' Cajun softball team is hosting the first of four more sessions of their 2011 Fall Developmental Camp.

The camp is for high school softball players in grades 9-12 during the 2011-2012 school year.

The instructional periods will take place the next four Sunday afternoons (October 23rd, October 30th, November 6th, and November 13th) at Ragin' Cajuns Softball Park (Lamson Park) from 2:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.

The sessions will offer the opportunity for high school athletes to improve their softball skills while minimizing scheduling conflicts with other high school sports (hosted on Sunday afternoons), and give high school players a chance to learn to play the game from one of the top coaching staffs, and programs, in the country.

Situational game exposure and strategy discussed and covered. Learn techniques and skills from top Division I Colleges coaches and athletes. Scrimmaging will be part of the camp.

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From the Bird’s Nest: Reliving good times at Lamson Park

You all remember the famous line from "Field of Dreams." In fact, it's become an overused cliche'.

"If you build it, they will come."

Louisiana's Ragin' Cajun softball team is perennially one of the Top 25 programs in America. It's been that way for over twenty years.

And now, they

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Coach’s Corner: with Michael Lotief

Selflessness tends to reward an individual, or a group of people, a lot more in the long run, than selfishness does. In this week's edition of "Coach's Corner", UL co-head softball coach Michael Lotief discusses selfishness, and how it fits into both sports, and everyday life. See this week's segment, below.

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Coach’s Corner: with Michael Lotief

A key element to being successful is being mentally tough. In this week's edition of "Coach's Corner", UL co-head softball coach Michael Lotief talks about how going through tough times can make a team, or individual, better, in the long run. View coach Lotief's "Happlily Ever After Blog", below.

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Coach’s Corner: With Michael Lotief

For an athlete to reach his/her peak, they have to learn how to deal with pressure, and how to flourish, in spite of it. In this week's edition of "Coach's Corner", UL co-head softball coach Michael Lotief talks about pressure, and how to deal with it, with his "Getting Rid Of Weeds & Dealing With Butterflies" blog. View this week's segment, below.

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Coach’s Corner: With Michael Lotief

To be a champion, either as an individual, or as a team, you have to learn how to deal with failure. It's those individuals, and teams, that learn how to deal with failure, and how to bounce back from it, that have a better chance of reaching lofty goals than those that don't. In this week's edition of "Coach's Corner", UL co-head softball coach Michael Lotief discusses how to deal with failure with his "Those That Failure Cannot Break Are Those That Become Champions" blog. View this week's segment, below.

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Coach’s Corner: With Michael Lotief

For teams to be great, they obviously need great players. But they also need great role players, who do the little things to help their team peak at it's highest level. In this week's edition of "Coach's Corner," UL co-head softball coach Michael Lotief writes about the attributes great role players possess, with his "Look Into The Heart Of Your Teammate-What Do You See?" blog. View this week's segment, below.

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Coach’s Corner: With Michael Lotief

Being the best not only takes talent, but also a willingness to be the best that you can be. In this week's edition of "Coach's Corner", UL co-head softball coach Michael Lotief writes about how you must push yourself, to be the best that you can be, in his "Push Yourself: You Don't Have To Be #1, To Be #1" blog, below.

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Coach’s Corner: Remove The Rope From Your Ankle: Get Rid Of The Limiting Belief

To be successful, you have to believe in yourself. To believe in yourself, you have to free yourself from the bonds of negativity. In this week's "Coach's Corner", UL co-head softball coach Michael Lotief talks about believing in yourself, with his "Remove The Rope From Your Ankle: Get Rid Of The Limiting Beliefs" blog. View the article, which includes a review of the Judi Garman Classic, below.

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Coach’s Corner: Stand By Each Other, Like A Goose In A Flock

For any athletic team to be succesful, there needs to be teamwork, and that means standing by each other, in good times, and bad. UL co-head softball coach touches on teamwork, in this week's edition of "Coache's Corner: Stand By Each Other, Like A Goose In A Flock." Read coach Lotief's blog, below. 

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