Faline Brown – Certified Instructor

Faline Brown graduated from Musselman High School where she played all 4 years of softball. During that time she pitched and played 1st base she made All- Journal Team, All-Panhandle Team, and All-State Second Team

She then attended Hagerstown Community College for two years where she pitched and was named 2006-2007 first team all Maryland JUCO conference. In 2007-2008 she was named First Team All-Conference and to the First Team Region XX All-Tournament Team.

Faline then received a scholarship to play at Bowie State University where she led the team to a CIAA conference title, CIAA eastern division title and went on to earn a spot in the NCAA Atlantic Region tournament.  The next year she earned a spot on the CIAA All-Tournament Team and the last year went to her final CIAA conference champion ship and to runner-up in the eastern region championship game.

Faline also has experiences coaching at the travel level and at the high school level.

Email Faline directly to schedule a lesson in Bunker Hill, WV area:  Falbrown2212@gmail.com

 

This is what Faline has to say about joining our group:

When I first started giving pitching lessons, it was all about what I had learned growing up.  As more people around my town began to come to me, I realized I was stuck teaching the same things and not really getting the results that were expected from the amount of work that was being put in by the students. I then had a mother come to me to ask about Denny Tincher. She gave me some information on it and I was like sign her up.  She then came back to the next session, and when talking to her and her mother, I was eager to learn more. At the time I explained to her mother I couldn’t help her because I had no idea what she was talking about.

A few months later I decided to reach out to see if I could become a certified instructor. During this time I was absolutely amazed by what he was teaching, how girls have come to him injured and was able to return back to the game pain-free and more healthy and the best part was seeing how girls transformed throughout the different sessions. From that point on I knew I wanted to be a part of this great organization and that I wanted to be able to teacher a healthy pitching style and help players develop to the best of their ability.

This is what Denny has to say about Faline:

Each time we are together, Faline is excited about new and better ways we are developing to help these young ladies.  She comes early, stays late, and asks a ton pf questions to assure that she has a complete grasp of the things we are doing.  Nothing is more important than someone with this type of passion.