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Softball Fall Elite Camps

Madalyn Ames awaits a pitch
  • Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018
  • Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018

Interested in playing softball at the collegiate level? Come work alongside Covenant’s coaching staff and current players as you showcase and develop your skills.

Cost: $100.00 includes skill session, one scrimmage session, lunch, and a t-shirt

Register:

Register Online

Liability Waiver Form

*Make checks payable to Covenant College.

Mail payment and liability form to:

Covenant College
ATTN: Aubrie Carmack
14049 Scenic Highway
Lookout Mountain, GA 30750

Field Address:

84 South Campus Road
Lookout Mountain, GA 30750

Camp Schedule:

9:30 AM - Registration
10:00 AM - Skill development
12:15 PM - Lunch with coaching staff and players
1:15 PM - Scrimmage
3:15 PM - Closing comments
3:45 PM - Optional campus tour

Camp Director:

Brie Carmack

Aubrie (Brie) Carmack was named the fourth head coach in Covenant softball program history in July 2018. The 2019 season will be her first at the helm of the program.

No stranger to Covenant, Carmack returns to Lookout Mountain where she served as an assistant coach in 2015. Since her one year stint with the Scots, Carmack has been an assistant at the NCAA Division I level with Bucknell and, most recently, Southeast Missouri State.

Over the past two seasons at Southeast Missouri State, Carmack coached first base and worked with the outfielders. Carmack helped the Redhawks to a 33-20 season in 2018, the most victories for the Southeast program since 1998.

Carmack will inherit a squad at Covenant that has produced two of the best seasons in program history. Covenant is coming off a program-record 23 win season in 2018 and the team has accumulated 45 victories over the last two years, the best two-year stretch in program's 11-season history. Covenant has made back-to-back trips to the USA South Tournament and advanced into the winners' bracket for the first time during this year's event.

Carmack began her coaching career as a student-assistant at her alma mater, Jacksonville University. The Dolphins captured both the regular season and tournament titles in the Atlantic Sun in 2011, while setting a program record for victories (44). Carmack then coached at Division I member Eastern Illinois for two seasons as a graduate assistant and helped the Panthers to a 2013 Ohio Valley Conference title and a 38-17 record in 2014.

After spending a season with Covenant, Carmack coached one season at Bucknell and then two at Southeast Missouri State.

Carmack played collegiately at Jacksonville University. Utilized mainly as a pinch-hitter in 2010, she saw action in 32 contests for the Dolphins, while off the field she also received Atlantic Sun All-Academic honors twice and NFCA All-Academic team accolades.