Location & Hours


711 Bascomb Commercial Parkway

Suite 116

Woodstock, Georgia 30189















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Your instructor search has led you here, but our instructors are not magicians.
All of our instructors operate under the philosophy of repetition, repetition, repetition. Oh, and more repetition. Did you get a side of repetition?


Don McKinlay

Coach McKinlay was the Senior Assistant Fastpitch Coach at Kennesaw State University for 14 years. He helped build Kennesaw into a national power and developed a reputation of being one of the top hitting instructors in the nation. He was a baseball letterwinner at Kennesaw State for two years before getting into the softball coaching profession. A member of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association, Coach McKinlay is a popular instructor at Cherokee Batting Range and participates in various camps and clinics across the nation.

Bob Roman

Coach Roman is the Director of Baseball Operations for Kennesaw State University. Prior to assuming his current duties, he served as Head Coach Mike Sansing's top assistant and played an important part in making Kennesaw State one of the elite programs in all of college baseball. He helped the team capture a pair of national championships at two different levels. He also conducts many youth baseball camps at Kennesaw in the summer and is known as a top baseball clinician. He teaches all aspects of baseball and fastpitch catching.

Allie Coronado

Coach Allie graduated from Berry College and was a 4-year starting pitcher. While playing for Berry, the team was the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) regular season Co-Champions and Tournament Champions. They advanced to the Regional Tournament her Junior and Senior years, and they were the Mount Berry Regional Runner-Up her Senior year. In her Freshman and Junior years, she was recognized as a pitcher on the 2nd Team SAA All-Conference Team. She was recognized as a pitcher on the 1st Team SAA All-Conference Team in her Sophomore year. Coach Allie attended North Cobb High School, and was a 4-year letter winner.