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Jack Lewis

Jack offers softball athletes a wealth of coaching experience – including several years as a high school head softball coach before becoming an assistant coach at Butler University and later Taylor University. As a high school coach, he was twice named Conference Coach of the year and once named Indiana Softball Coach of the Year. While at Butler he worked with Outfielders and later Infielders before making hitting his focus at Taylor. In addition to his significant expertise, he also brings a high level of enthusiasm and encouragement to every athlete.

Jack is available to teach hitting, catching and fielding lessons.

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Holly Luzadder

After an outstanding softball career at Yorktown High School, Holly played for Bethel College where she was a utility player, primarily playing 1st and 3rd base. Following graduation, she successfully led both the Cowan and Yorktown softball programs, before focusing her efforts on her elementary teaching career and young sons. 5 Tool is fortunate to have Holly step back into the role as instructor – primarily focused on hitting, including bunting and slap-hitting. Given her education background, she is exceptional at breaking down complex concepts for athletes enabling them to more easily develop their game.

Holly is available to teach fielding and hitting lessons, including bunting and slap hitting.

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Mark Taylor

Mark’s lifelong passion for baseball earned him a spot in the Delaware County Athletic Hall of Fame for his high school career at Northside High School. He later played second base for University of South Carolina, where he set fielding records and was team captain his senior year. He has coached championship-winning Little League teams as well as a nationally-ranked youth travel team. His goal for 5 Tool Academy is to instill in each athlete an enthusiasm for the game while building skills, character and ultimately success.

Mark is available for fielding and hitting lessons.

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Aeshia Miles

Aeshia Miles has become a dominate force in Ball State’s pitching after playing nearly every position on the team previously. With a 20-10 record  with 2.0 ERA for the 2018 season, Miles exploded in the circle. She previously was a four-year letter winner at Collins Hill High School in Lawrenceville, Ga., where she helped the team win two Georgia State titles.

Aeshia is available to teach pitching lessons.

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Janae Hogg

Batting over .300 for the 2018 season as a sophomore, Janae Hogg continues to make significant contributions to the Ball State Softball program. After starting every game as a freshman in 2017, during the 2018 season Hogg racked up 44 hits and 33 runs. She attended North Central High School in Indianapolis before transferring to Cathedral High School for her final two years while playing for the Indy Dreams-Bell team.

Janae is available to teach hitting lessons.

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Alyssa Rothwell

Alyssa is an outstanding pitcher having won both an ASU/USA National Championship and a state title in Ohio during her stellar high school career. Recruited to play at Ball State beginning in 2017, she made 19 appearances in the circle as a freshman, including 10 starts. She held opponents to two-or-fewer earned runs in 15 appearance.

Alyssa is available to each pitching lessons, especially to elementary and middle school athletes.

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Stacey Goyette

Stacey Goyette, one of Butler’s most accomplished players during her time as a Bulldog, returned to the program as an assistant coach in August, 2016. Goyette is actively involved in all aspects of the program, including serving as the team’s pitching coach.

Goyette, then Stacey Wilson, twice earned All-Midwestern Collegiate Conference honors for the Bulldogs, starring at first base, second base, and as a pitcher. She led the MCC in batting (.381) and in doubles (14) during her senior campaign in 1993. She was also named to the MCC All-Tournament Team that season. She earned second-team All-Conference honors in 1992. She played at Butler after a stellar high school career at Shenandoah High School.

Goyette has put together a strong coaching résumé at Shenandoah High School, serving as the varsity softball coach since 2011. She managed all facets of the program and led the team to a 2014 sectional championship.

She has also led successful travel ball programs, guiding the Hoosier Crush Gold 16U team for the 2013 and 2014 seasons. The team won the USFA State Championship and was an ASA Midwest Regional qualifier. From 2011-2013, Goyette coached the Indiana Prospects Gold 16U and 18U teams that qualified for PGF and ASA Gold Nationals.

Prior to joining the Butler staff, Goyette served as president and executive board member of the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association.

Goyette is available to teach all aspects of softball.

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Josh Johnson

Josh Johnson is an experienced NCAA Division I coach with Super Regional experience. He also played at the Major level of the North American Fastpitch Association (NAFA) from 2004-2016 as both a pitcher and an outfielder. He was inducted into the NAFA Hall of Fame in 2013 and was the association’s MVP in 2014.

In addition to his current position as Ball State’s pitching coach, he was previously the pitching coach at the University of Texas at El Paso, University of Louisiana-Lafayette and served as the head coach at Faulkner State Community College where he was the winningest coach in the program’s history.

Josh leads a Pitching Academy several times a year at 5 Tool in addition to camps and clinics.

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Lyndsay Gadbury

Lyndsay was a truly elite softball player – playing in the highest profile tournaments, winning a state championship, attending college as a full scholarship athlete and making it to the NCAA tournament as a graduate assistant coach.

Lyndsay attended high school in North Burlington, New Jersey where her team won the state championship. She then attended the University of North Carolina Greensboro, as a utility player where she played primarily middle infield as well as catcher. She was twice named “Defensive Player of the Year” as well as “MVP” her senior year. She earned her graduate degree in sports administration from Ball State where she served as the graduate assistant coach. During her tenure, BSU won the MAC and played in the NCAA tournament.

Lyndsay is available for hitting, fielding and catching instruction.

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