Eight Korean softball prospects trained for two weeks at a camp in San Diego, California.
The Korea Baseball Softball Association said on the 27th, “We dispatched our softball prospects to the United States, the strongest softball country, and held a camp from the 14th to the 27th, and it was successfully completed.”
Pitchers Park Min-gyeong (Dankook University), Hong Si-yeon (Daegu Urban Corporation), Kim Ha-neul (Shinjeong High School), Koo Ye-jin (Myongjin High School), catcher Kim Min-ju (Dankook University), Lee Min-young (Chungbuk Sadaebu High School), infielder Choi Ga-hyun (Daegu Urban Development Corporation) and outfielder Choi Hye-bin (Gyeongnam Sports Association), 8 people learned ‘advanced technology’ in the United States. 안전놀이터
Scott Cranford, the national softball coach of Korea, prepared physical training and special training programs for each position.
The eight promising players met with various local softball leaders and observed the systematic training process of the San Diego State University softball team.
Park Min-kyung said, “I saw and felt a lot during the training period. I want to learn what I learned here and help Korea win a prize at the 2023 Hangzhou Asian Games.”
Chairman Lee Jong-hoon, who proposed this prospect camp, said, “In order for Korea’s softball to develop, it is necessary to acquire advanced technology.