Where Students Dream, Believe and Do



   Nashville Christian School

   Serving PreK - 12th Grade

   7555 Sawyer Brown Rd.

   Nashville, TN 37221

   Phone: 615-356-5600

   Fax: 615-352-1324


Winter Softball Skills Clinic

NCS’s first annual winter clinic will be held on February 4, 2012, from 9-12:30 PM, for girls ages 12 to 18.

Skills Taught at Clinic

  • Offense: Base-running, Bunting / Slapping, Hitting
  • Defense: Outfield, Infield, Catching, Footwork
  • Running Technique
  • Throwing Techniques
  • Team Building Activities


Onsite registration/check-in begins at 8:15 A.M. The cost is $35.00 for players registered before February 2nd (post marked 2/1/2012) and $40.00 for late registration or walk-ins.

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Important Information

  • Date: February 4, 2012
  • Time: 9:00 A.M. To 12:30 P.M. On Site Registration And Check In Begins At 8:15 A.M.
  • Cost: $35.00 (Early Registration- Post Marked 2/1/2012) Or $40.00 (Late Registration- Walk-Ins).
  • Where: Nashville Christian School. Gibson Gym. 7555 Sawyer Brown Rd.
  • Who: Ages 12 To 18 .
  • Contact Information: Tom Opdenbrouw-Head Softball Coach Phone: 270-779-9759 Or 615 356-5600 Email: Tomandjenny@Gmail.Com

Coach Tom Opdenbrouw

Coach’s Game Experience
NCS Head Coach, Tom Opdenbrouw, begins his first season with the Eagles. Tom has coached collegiately for the last 20 seasons at Tennessee State, Lindsey Wilson College, SUNY Utica, and Oneonta State. He has also coached internationally in Germany and Australia.

Coach’s Camp Experience
Tom has worked numerous camps and clinics around the country including TPS Camps, the Blue Chip Softball Camp, West Point Camps, and the University of Tennessee. He has worked alongside fantastic coaches including Ralph Weekly, Yvette Girouard, Patrick Murphy, and Mike Candrea.

Coach’s Philosophy
Tom believes that fundamentals are extremely important and have to be taught in fun, exciting ways. He incorporates different types of learning styles in order to reach all of the players. He does it in a positive, constructive way. Opdenbrouw stresses that “practice doesn’t make perfect but perfect practice makes permanent.”