One of Rita Lynn’s first pitching students, Jackie Magill started pitching at the age of 11, and has been studying the art of fast-pitch ever since. She is fundamentals-based and teaches strong mechanics.
As a high school player, she was a four year varsity starting pitcher for Lee-Davis High School. Her accolades include First Team All-Region, Second Team All-State, Lee-Davis Team MVP, Second Team All-Metro, and Capital District Player of the Year.
Upon graduating high school, she became a 4-year starting pitcher at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (Division I). She was named Rookie of the Year for the Big South Conference in 1997, and posted a nationally ranked 1.65 ERA.
In 1998 she was selected as an NFCA Scholar-Athlete All-American. By her senior year, she led her team to the Northeast Conference Championship and received UMBC’s first birth into the NCAA tournament. She completed her college career with a 1.67 ERA. After college, she played women’s fastpitch for three years, and was named a 1st Team All-American. Throughout her career as a coach, Jackie has had the opportunity to work with some of the best players around the country.
She’s been a pitching coach with Charleston Southern University in Charleston, SC, as well as an assistant coach for Norfolk State University. As a clinic instructor, she participated in Virginia Tech and Longwood University softball camps, Division III National Champion College of New Jersey softball camp, and had the honor of assisting in the NCAA Y.E.S.S. clinic offered in Oklahoma City at the Women’s College World Series.
Since graduating college, she has given private pitching instruction to athletes who have gone on to play at the college level. Jackie is also a member of the NFCA. Jackie has pitched with and against All-Americans and Olympic Softball players. She would love to help your pitcher learn the fundamentals it will take to get to the next level.
Jackie’s 45-minute lessons are $50.
Please use the following form to contact Jackie directly with any questions: