Hitting, Slapping & Outfield Instructor
One of the most decorated softball players in recent history at the University of Kansas, Maggie Hull-Tietz is a proven hitting and slapping instructor. Maggie was an All-American selection in 2013, Academic All-American selection in 2012 & 2013, as well a three-time Big 12 All-Conference selection. As a four-year starter and two-time captain for the Jayhawks, she twice led the Big 12 in batting average for the season (.409 in 2012 and .456 in 2013), breaking the Kansas single-season batting average record, and finished her career at KU as the all-time batting average leader in program history (.368 career). Maggie graduated in May 2013 as the Big 12 Co-Scholar Athlete of the Year and as the Dr. Fredrick Scholar Athlete of the Year at KU. She was selected No. 11 overall in the National Pro Fastpitch Draft and began playing for the Chicago Bandits In May 2013. She batted .250 in her rookie season with 8 runs scored to help lead the Bandits to a regular-season title. In 2010, she served as an assistant coach at Baker University working with outfielders and slap hitters and more recently as an instructor at The Diamond Softball Academy and the Kansas City Softball Academy.
Maggie is not offering lessons on a regular basis right now. However, she will be coaching at the camps offered by KU Softball. To see an updated list of camps, visit kusoftballcamp.com.