FASTPITCH SOFTBALL INSTRUCTION

Dani & Makenna Weir lead our softball programs @ FOC!! Click here to check out their programs!!!!

2 FOC Instructors Named Washington State Coach of the Year!!

Congratulations to Softball Instructor Dani Weir for being named the Seattle Times Fastpitch Coach of Year and Baseball Instructor Brandon Hemphill for being named the USA Today Washington State Coach of the Year!!

NEW FACILITY NOW OPEN!!!

COME CHECK OUT THE NEW SPACE, WITH MORE CAGES & FLOOR SPACE, AND NEW MACHINES!!

Testimonials

I have thoroughly enjoyed my experience with Field of Champions.  Without FOC, I would not have had the opportunity to develop and succede at the high school level while also progressing to have the chance to play college baseball.

 

– Nat Townsend, Bellevue Christian Class of 2010

Issaquah Little League has partnered with Field of Champions for the past several years in providing our highly successful EXTRA BASES winter training program. Alan, Bruce and the team at Field of Champions have been integral in the development of the 800+ baseball and softball players in Issaquah Little League. The staff members and instructors are knowledgeable and always friendly. Their positive attitudes, strong work ethic and professional approach model what we want for our league. The facility is well-equipped and always clean. I highly recommend Field of Champions for league, team or individual development. Many of our players in Issaquah Little League extend their baseball season in Field of Champions Fall Ball program.

– Tom Chan, Issaquah LL President

The staff and facility at Field of Champions are “top notch” Their range of programs and baseball expertise provides our club with everything we need for our winter training program, specialty clinics and individual instruction. I highly recommend them to anyone on in the greater Seattle area looking for professional instruction

– Kyle Buckner, Issaquah Baseball Club

The FOC Bears Baseball club has meant so much to our two sons over the past 4 years.  The organization truly understands what is important in developing these young men – not just on the field but off the field and in the community.  As a parent who was deeply involved in coaching my sons through little league, it was refreshing to see Bruce, Alan and their staff take over and lead the boys in the right way.  The way the Bears treat their opponents, their teammates, the umpires, the fans and everyone they come in touch with at restaurants, hotels and tournaments consistently make me proud to be associated with the program.   The fact that each of our son’s has now been part of a state championship team is only gravy.  We know both of my boys will view their teammates as lifelong friends and their coaches as key mentors.

 

– Mark and Kris Gibson, Parents of Nate and Noah

My son Jason played on several high profile teams in the area before joining the Bears Program.  The decision to play for the Bears turned out to be a great one.  He truly learned how to play the game the right way at a very competitive level, played on two championship teams, and most importantly gained some real insight on how to be a good teammate and hard worker. Only a quality program and group of people like this can deliver on that commitment. Make sure to ask about “The Alan Rules” . . . :)

– Dave Santiago

Being a part of the FOC family is definitely an experience that my son and I will never forget.  Through dedicated coaches and an amazing program, my son has not only grown into a better baseball player but also a well rounded person.  He now embodies characteristics like confidence, discipline, and a sense of composure and maturity that he has adapted as a result of the excellent examples his coaches have made.  Through FOC, friends became a family with a passion for the game, and I would like to full-heartedly say thank you to everyone who has given their heart and time into making this possible!

– Michelle Rios, mother of Bradley Hoss