Laurie Mumma

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Laurie Mumma’s pitching career started in high school, winning a state championship her senior year for Ephrata High School and receiving All-Star honors.  She was also inducted in to the Ephrata’s Hall of Fame.  She earned a scholarship to play at Shippensburg University where she helped take her team to the state tournament.  She broke the lowest ERA record, received MVP and all-conference honors.  For this, she was inducted into the Shippensburg Hall of Fame.  She continued playing ASA in the summer, winning 4 state championships with national appearances and All-American honors.  She also returned to her high school alma mater as a head softball coach for 5  years with district appearances each year.



Here is what Laurie has to say about the Tincher Pitching family:

“I discovered Tincher Pitching because I wanted the best for my pitchers.  As I was searching to improve and fix my pitchers’ issues  (injuries, speed plateaus, etc.)  I came across the Tincher website.  Then, one of my pitcher’s parents asked me about it.  So, I decided to call Denny and he invited me to come train.  As I was training, my problems were being solved, as I understood the science behind the female pitching motion.  Denny also explained the “whys” to each movement accompanying drills, which I value in an instructor.  With excitement, I returned to work with my pitchers to see them become less mechanical and more fluid in their motions, creating more speed and movement.   I never want to stop learning.  I am grateful for Denny and this group of instructors to give me the wealth of knowledge at my fingertips instead of having to figure it out on my own.”  

 -Laurie Mumma, Manheim, Pennsylvania

Here is what Denny says about Laurie:

“She is incredibly patient and calm.  Don’t let that fool you.  Underneath is someone who has a burning desire to see her kids reach their maximum potential.  She is studious, meticulous, and always searching for any little way she can do a better job with her kids.  I admire the relationship she develops with students and am very, very impressed with the job she does”.