The Irondale Softball program is an opportunity for female athletes to compete at a high school level. The Irondale Softball program prides itself on building positive relationships, teaching skills and concepts of the game, and helping female athletes compete and feel proud of themselves. Our program strives to help girls become active members of the community. We look to raise our athletes into better humans along with better players.
What's your WHY?
Our program values are something we hold in our highest regard. They are as follows:
Integrity: "the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness"
For the Irondale Softball Program, this means: being truthful and honest, doing the right thing even when no one is watching, doing the right thing even if it is the harder path, how you treat others and how you treat yourself. A few examples: doing every rep of a drill, touching the line in sprints, being honest about your school work.
Respect: "a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements."
For the Irondale Softball Program, this means: trusting the knowledge of the coaches and staff, believing that the coaches are going to make the best decisions for each player and the team, using the knowledge of your teammates and upperclassmen to help aid in teaching concepts, having open and honest communication with teachers, coaches, and teammates.
Accountability: "the fact or condition of being accountable; responsibility."
For the Irondale Softball Program, this means: being dependable, taking responsibility for your words and actions. A few examples: do what you say you're going to do, do not give excuses, following through on your words and promises.