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Coach Wozniak - A Proven Winner

08/11/2011 1:26 PM -
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Not everyone can handle the pressure of winning in sports. Winning is said to be found in a person’s blood, and Chris Wozniak is a proven winner. Whether it’s driving in huge runs in college or leading her White Sox fastpitch teams to back to back ASA Metro Championships, she just knows how to get the job done.

Wozniak was a catcher at Saint Xavier University and holds the school record with 30 career game winning RBIs and is second in school history with 172 career RBIs. Chris was honored by Saint Xavier in 2005 when she was inducted into the Hall of Fame for her achievements on the softball diamond. Myra Minuskin, the current Saint Xavier softball coach, said “She is a fierce competitor and possesses all the tools needed to become a great ballplayer. She was a great defensive player with a phenomenal arm and always had a lot of respect for the game.” This respect for the game has led her to become one of the top travel softball coaches in the area.

She is able to work on all facets of the game with her girls and get the most out of them on both offense and defense. Kathy Young, Director of Fastpitch Operations says, "after coaching Chris at the collegiate level for 4 years it is such a joy to see her have such success as a coach!"  Chris is such a good role model for our players that strive to accomplish their goal of playing at the collegiate level. Chris has dedicated her life to becoming a great player, and now is focusing on getting her girls better so they can achieve the same success. She seems to have a way of making the game come easy as documented by her back to back ASA Metro Championships at two different age levels. She has developed into one of the lead fastpitch instructors and is sought after for her high quality hitting and pitching lessons.

Chris is already leaving her legacy, and she hopes to continue to do so it in the future.


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