Jamie Reno

Helena, Ohio

amie Reno had a standout career at Gibsonburg High School in Ohio where she led her team to 3 consecutive State Championships in 2001, 2002, and 2003. She earned League Player of the Year 3 out of 4 years and earned 1st Team honors all 4 years. She was featured in Sport Illustrated “Faces in the Crowd” for her pitching and softball accomplishments. Jamie earned a full scholarship to play softball at Division 1 Butler University where she graduated in 2007 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a minor in Spanish. During her softball career she earned Player of the Week several times, the team’s Mental Toughness Award, and served as team Captain her Senior year.


What Jamie has to say about Tincher Pitching: Jamie explained her reason for joining Tincher Pitching. While at Butler, Jamie experienced a lot of lower back pain and some shoulder pain by her senior year. She is extremely grateful to be a part of the Tincher group because they have a unique focus on ensuring that all drills and overall pitching form is as safe and efficient as possible for the female body. Jamie is sure that if she had known some of these things during her college career, she would have experienced much less pain and greater overall strength and effectiveness. She is thankful to have learned from her past experiences and to have the ability to guide young girls in a more positive direction. Jamie could not be more thrilled to be a part of the Tincher group of elite instructors and to bring this groundbreaking training to her students.

What Denny has to say about Jamie:  “She wants to do it right.  Jamie comes to me with questions just about every day.  She is creative, curious, and wants to make sure every kid has every chance to succeed.  Patient and kind, she also challenges her girls to take it the next level.  We love having people like Jamie around us.”