Sue Enquist Pitching Mechanics

by Sue Enquist
Sue Enquist Pitching Mechanics


Follow along with fomer head at UCLA Sue Enquist in this 37 minute coaching video as she breaks down the fundamental steps to be a pro softball pitcher!

In Pitching Mechanics, Enquist demonstrates the essential building blocks that serve as a foundation for consistent and effective pitching. Each lesson in this course is designed to be learned and applied in the easiest manner possible.

Topics covered include:

Wrist snap, release and follow-through
Arm circle
Release and finish
The stride
Pre-pitch motion and feet positioning


The Coach


Sue Enquist

Former Head Softball Coach for UCLA


About Sue Enquist: 
Former head softball coach at UCLA and 1980 graduate of UCLA, Coach Enquist had a long and successful career with her university. 

Sue's Track Record:

  • 1975-1978:  Enquist played as a center fielder for the Bruins. Her career batting average was .401. In her time there she also earned all honors as UCLA’s first softball All-American. 
  • 1980-1988: Served as an assistant softball coach under longtime Bruin mentor Sharron Backus. 
  • 1989-1996: She then served as the Bruins’ co-head coach with Backus
  •  1997: Enquist assumed the role of sole head coach for the Bruins. During her extraordinary tenure on the Bruins’ coaching staff, UCLA has played in a record 17 championship games, winning ten titles. 

As one of the most respected coaches in the history of the game, Enquist has been honored many times for her coaching accomplishments, including being inducted into the National Fast pitch Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2005.

Ratings and Reviews (2)


Fundamentals are key! Great drills encouraging both leg and finger strength to become a pro like Sue:)

Aug 18, 15 12:26 AM

Brandon McCormick

Great way to breakdown the fundamental foundation

May 13, 23 09:00 PM

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Course Info

Rating: (2)
Caterory: Softball/Pitching
Bookings: 12