The Nationals girls fast-pitch organization started in 2010, led by Larry Brzezinski with one 18u team and a simple motto, “advancement to higher education thru athletic development!”

Before the Nationals, Larry could be found around the country at elite fast-pitch softball invitationals, showcases and tournaments coaching the New Jersey Beach Girls, a nationally recognized softball program.  After years of coaching and recruiting for the Beach Girls Larry decided it was time to start his own program.

In 2012, Larry’s oldest daughter Kim, a division one softball alumni of Quinnipiac University, came on board to lead the newly formed 16u team.  Today Kim is still the head coach of the 16u team but is also the “Director of Player Recruitment” for the Nationals.

As of 2017 the program now supports teams at the 10u, 12u, 14u, 16u and 18u age levels.   The program strives for “player development” at all age levels which sets themselves apart from most programs which tend to only manage at the 16 and 18u level.  We believe players can continue to development even into their college career.  Many players at the college level come back to train in the winter and summer months and some are also coming back to coach!

Key Points:

  • The Nationals organization seek to play the highest level of competition by attending PGF, ASA, Triple Crown Sports, Diamond 9 Events and other invitational and college showcases throughout the country.
  • Core philosophy includes academic achievement and a commitment thru player development.
  • Nationals exclusive indoor training facility, 10,000 square feet with AstroTurf, hitting tunnels, multiple hitting specific drill stations, hack attack pitching machine and full swing video analysis.
  • Larry has coached 5 division one all-Americans and numerous other players attending division one colleges.
  • Larry and Kim are both Epstein certified rotational hitting instructors.
  • Larry is a west coast style slapping instructor.
  • Tim Graff weekly speed and agility training .
  • Weekly fielding camps.
  • Many annual D1 collegiate camps.