Upcoming Events: 2017 Schedule

Details & RegistrationEvent NameAge GroupsDatesLocationCollege CoachesMin# Games
Camp   Sold Out        Stars and Stripes Championship - Tournament Sold Out. Camp still available.14U/16U/18UJune 29-July 2, 2017Las Vegas605
CampTournament    So Cal Summer Sunsational 14U/16U/18UJuly 21-23, 2017SoCal775
CampTournament    2nd Annual Elena Kramer Championship 14U/16U/18UJuly 28-30, 2017SoCal574
CampTournament    Fresno Labor Day Instructional 14U/16U/18USept 2-4, 2017Fresno335
CampTournament    September to Remember Instructional 14U/16U/18USept 22-24, 2017SoCal135
CampTournament    Florida Instructional 14U/16U/18USept 29-Oct 1, 2017Florida445
CampTournament    Indiana Instructional 14U/16U/18UOct 6-8, 2017Indy155
CampTournament    Washington Instructional 14U/16U/18UOct 6-8, 2017Pasco, WA235
CampTournament    So Cal Play in Pink Instructional 14U/16U/18UOct 13-15, 2017SoCal265
CampTournament    Halloween Instructional 14U/16U/18UOct 27 - 29, 2017SoCal265
CampTournament    2017 National Championship 14U/16U/18UNov 10-12, 2017SoCal434
CampTournament    Toys 4 Tots Instructional 14U/16U/18UDec 15-17, 2017SoCal385

Futures Events: 10U, 12U, & 14U Teams Only

Details & RegistrationEvent NameAge GroupsDatesLocationEntry FeeMin# Games
CampTournament    2nd Annual Elena Kramer Futures10U/12U/14UJuly 29-30, 2017SoCal$495.004
 Tournament    USA Preps Futures Labor Day10U/12U/14USept 2-3, 2017Camarillo$495.004
 Tournament    USA Preps Futures Columbus Day10U/12U/14UOct 7-8, 2017Camarillo$495.004
CampTournament    So Cal Play in Pink Futures10U/12U/14UOct 14-15, 2017SoCal$495.004
CampTournament    Halloween Futures10U/12U/14UOct 28 - 29, 2017SoCal$495.004
CampTournament    2017 Futures National Championship10U/12U/14UNov 10-12, 2017SoCal$695.004
CampTournament    Toys 4 Tots Futures10U/12U/14UDec 9-10, 2017SoCal$495.004

Beitia Board

Top Prospects: According to Jim Beitia

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Jayda Jones    Athletics Showcase - Fangman
Short Stop, 3rd Base 2020 Grad
Chasity Mckean    Easton Preps-Hansen
Short Stop, Utility 2019 Grad
Jaeda Mcfarland    Easton Preps -Tacdol
Center Field, 1st Base 2020 Grad
Rylee Patton    Easton Preps -Tacdol
Center Field, Short Stop 2018 Grad
Shaylee Alani    Easton Preps-Hansen
Short Stop, Center Field 2018 Grad
Emma Sellers    Lakewood Hustlers Miramontes
Short Stop, 2nd Base 2021 Grad
Sophia Nugent    Lakewood Hustlers Miramontes
Catcher, Center Field 2021 Grad
Lauryn Olguin    tEAMSMiTH - Ruben
1st Base, Left Field 2019 Grad

Georgia Johnsen    Bakersfield Babes
Left Field, 3rd Base 2018 Grad
Jessica Munoz    Bakersfield Babes
2nd Base, 1st Base 2018 Grad
Julia Jones    Central Cal Dirtdogs - Alcoser
Catcher, 3rd Base 2018 Grad
Chasity Mckean    Easton Preps-Hansen
Short Stop, Utility 2019 Grad
Gaby Ibarra    Easton Preps -Tacdol
Catcher, Utility 2019 Grad
Jaeda Mcfarland    Easton Preps -Tacdol
Center Field, 1st Base 2020 Grad
Gianna Lombardi    Easton Preps-Hansen
Catcher, Utility 2019 Grad
Kiani-lee Motooka    Easton Preps-hansen
2nd Base, Center Field 2018 Grad
Noel Sanders    Easton Preps-Hansen
Center Field, 2nd Base 2018 Grad
Eleanor Nelson    Easton-Westside Bullets Hansen-18
Short Stop, 2nd Base 2018 Grad

Abbigail Wong    Bat Company 18G
Catcher, Center Field 2018 Grad
Mikah Root    Boise Blast
Catcher, 3rd Base 2018 Grad
Rylie Frei    Boise Blast
1st Base, 3rd Base 2018 Grad
Delayna Waite    IDAHO CRUSH
Center Field, 1st Base 2018 Grad
Loran Walker    Idaho Sliders
Catcher, Short Stop 2021 Grad
Sydney Zachry    NW Sidewinder Eng
Catcher, 2nd Base 2019 Grad
Mckenna Braegelmann    Team Seattle
Catcher, 1st Base 2020 Grad
Jaxie Klucewich    Usa Explosion -kelly Richards
2nd Base, Short Stop 2019 Grad
Jaidyn Ahl    Usa Explosion-kloczko
Catcher, 3rd Base 2018 Grad
Katelyn Wilfert    USA Explosion-Kloczko
Catcher, 1st Base 2018 Grad
Ryan Floyd    USA Explosion
2nd Base, Utility 2018 Grad
Tommy Macdonald    Usa Explosion - Kloczko 18gold
1st Base, 3rd Base 2018 Grad
Andrea Hoey    Vancouver Patriots A3
Short Stop, 1st Base 2018 Grad
Lynsie Miracle    Washington Angels-hiner
2nd Base, Center Field 2019 Grad



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Beitia's coaching career began as an assistant at Cal State Sacramento from 1984-87. He then moved to Norman, Okla., to serve as an assistant for the Sooners from 1988-91, before standing as the interim head coach in 1992. Beitia resumed his assistant role for the 1993 season before being named head coach in 1994. The Sooners posted a 98-41 record with Beitia filling out the lineup card, making an appearance in the NCAA regional finals during his last season.

In 1995 he was tabbed by Tennessee to start up its softball program. He spent six seasons at UT and compiled a 233-163 record. In 1999 the Volunteers were co-champions of the SEC Eastern Division and made the NCAA regionals for the first time in school history. Current Wolfpack pitching coach Leigh Ann Ellis signed for and played under Beitia in Knoxville.

After leaving Tennessee, Beitia coached the Spanish National Team for two years and was the head coach of the California Sunbirds in the National Pro Fastpitch League. In 2005 he returned to the collegiate ranks as an assistant at Jacksonville for one year before moving on to Arizona State.

Outside of the collegiate world, Beitia has been a vital cog in the effort of teaching and instructing softball. He has written and published two books, Outfield Play and The Complete Softball Book, as well as several articles for Softball Digest. He is also an accomplished speaker, and has been featured at several camps and clinics on both the international and national levels.

In 1995 Beitia worked for Major League Baseball International as the softball delegate during a tour of Netherlands alongside current Tampa Bay Rays head coach Joe Madden and St. Louis Cardinals pitching coach Dave Duncan.

Beitia graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in business administration from Cal State Sacramento in 1981 after getting his associate’s degree in business administration from San Joaquin Delta College in 1978, where he was a member of the wrestling and track squads. A native of Stockton, Calif., Beitia earned numerous honors while playing shortstop on the ASA Men's Major Fastpitch circuit from 1976-85 before beginning his illustrious coaching career