Maci Fletcher

Maci is now coaching high school softball and giving pitching lessons at
Today’s FACES Academy with Adrienne Walker-Chery.

To schedule lessons with Maci go to: Today’s FACES Academy in Buford, GA

Or, Contact her directly at

A Georgia native, Maci Fletcher spent four seasons with the Valdosta State University Blazers and graduated in 2017 with a Bachelor’s in Marketing. She helped the team reach the NCAA DII National Championship in 2014, where they finished 2nd nationally. During her time at VSU, she assisted in helping the team reach post season all four years and had a cumulative ERA of 2.50. She was also named an Academic All-American 3 out of 4 years. During high school, Maci was named to the All-County team and helped West Forsyth reach
the State Playoffs 3 years consecutively.



Maci talks about the things that attracted her to Tincher Pitching.  “When I
first heard about Tincher Pitching, it sounded a little strange…but when I
was given the opportunity to work with Denny, it all became very clear. I
love how each new development or technique that we teach has a clear,
scientific purpose behind it. I like to tell people that the techniques make
too much sense to argue with! The principles and values that this
organization are built upon are what really drove me to want to become a
Certified Tincher Instructor. We are in the business of helping kids reach
their dreams and to tap in to all of their talents. Just like students, the
instructors have the opportunity to continue to learn and grow in our
pitching knowledge. When I was finished playing college softball, I missed
the rush and inspiration the game gave me, but now I get to channel that
same passion into my students thanks to this platform.”

Here is what Denny says about Maci.  “Unbounded energy and enthusiasm.
That’s Maci.  When a kid accomplishes something difficult, she celebrates as
much as the pitcher.  She truly wants every kid to achieve her own potential
and works to make it possible.  She is the kind of Instructor that every
parent would want for their pitcher.”