Jessica Low has a long history of softball. She was a four-year letterman for her team at Sikeston High School (Region 6) in Sikeston, Missouri. As a travel ball athlete in the summers, her team won the Missouri state title with Jessica on the mound, and competed in championship games behind her pitching for several consecutive years. Because of her excellence she was awarded an NAIA collegiate softball and academic scholarship, where she took the mound for the Lady Pioneers at Crowley’s Ridge in Paragould, Arkansas. As the starting pitcher, she was a statistics leader for three years.
Jessica discovered her love for teaching the art of pitching when, after being approached numerous times by youngsters seeking lessons, she began to research pitching methodology. She soon realized there was a better way than what she had been taught. She had trained very hard, yet became frustrated when her speed inexorably peaked in college. She was also in pain. Not comfortable teaching a method she no longer believed in, so she began researching. She found Denny and after speaking with him, she knew she had to know more.
Here is what Jessica has to say about Tincher Pitching:
“ I went to school to become a teacher and a coach, but realized I didn’t want to be in a classroom, so teaching pitching is perfect for me. I am passionate about empowering girls through pitching while also doing my best to help them avoid injury. I feel so fortunate to be part of this great organization. Everyone is very passionate and very helpful. I love that we are all working toward the same goal and have the opportunity to continue learning. I feel that is very important.”
Here is what Denny has to say about Jessica: “She is so genuine, kind, patient, and totally focused on the needs of each individual student. She will not quit until she finds ways for her kids to succeed, and we could not ask more from an Instructor”.