Our Programs

In addition to our teams, Trevian Girls Softball Association helps players’ professional and personal development through workshops, a pitching program, and private training.

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

Winter Clinic Ages 6-10

A fun, age-appropriate session for girls in the North Shore area.

All experience levels welcome, beginners included. Taught by current Trevian softball players.

WHEN: Dec. 27 and Dec. 29 |  2:30pm-4:00pm

WHERE: Illinois Baseball Academy/The Yard - 164 Northfield Road, Northfield, IL 60093

COST: $20 for one session; $30 for both

COLLEGE RECRUITERS

Get to know Trevians’ talented 16U and 18U players and come see them play at upcoming games.

PITCHING PROGRAM

The Trevian Pitching Program features year-round private and group lessons with Northwestern University standout and former professional softball player Eileen Canney. Eileen has over 10 years of experience providing pitching instruction, and the TGSA is proud to have Eileen as a role model and coach for our pitchers.

The Trevians have a long history of successful pitchers who have pitched at a high level and in college. We value working with top instructors and supporting the development of our pitchers. The organization subsidizes the lessons that are taken through our program.

Our Pitching Coach: Eileen Canney

Professional Softball Playing Career

  • Four-time All-Big Ten selection
  • Two-time All-American
  • Two-time Big Ten Pitcher of the Year
  • 2004 Big Ten Freshman of the Year
  • Two straight Women’s College World Series appearances 2006, 2007
  • Currently tied for NCAA single game strikeout record with 28 strikeouts in an 18 inning game against Minnesota in 2006.
  • Graduated with a career overall record of 97-35 (ties Northwestern record), 1,142 strikeouts, 1.63 ERA, 39 shutouts, 8 saves, .177 opponents batting average, 3 career no-hitters, 1 perfect game.

Northwestern University Softball Playing Career

  • Four-time All-Big Ten selection
  • Two-time All-American
  • Two-time Big Ten Pitcher of the Year
  • 2004 Big Ten Freshman of the Year
  • Two straight Women’s College World Series appearances 2006, 2007
  • Currently tied for NCAA single game strikeout record with 28 strikeouts in an 18 inning game against Minnesota in 2006.
  • Graduated with a career overall record of 97-35 (ties Northwestern record), 1,142 strikeouts, 1.63 ERA, 39 shutouts, 8 saves, .177 opponents batting average, 3 career no-hitters, 1 perfect game.

Softball Coaching Career

  • Assistant coach at University of Illinois, Chicago Flames from 2011-2015
  • Coached team to win two Horizon League regular season titles in 2013 and 2015
  • Coached two players to receive Horizon League Pitcher of the Year honors

Off The Field

  • Majored in Human Development Psychological Services at Northwestern University
  • Lives in Lincolnwood, IL with her husband, Andrew, daughter Lila, and son Parker

PRIVATE TRAINING

Receive private pitching, hitting, and general skills training from two Trevian top alumnae.

Our Coaches

Kelsey Lee

Kelsey Lee played Division 1 softball as a pitcher at Lehigh University. During her career at Lehigh, the Mountain Hawks won two Patriot League Championships and qualified for the NCAA tournament. While at Lehigh, Kelsey was a 4-time Patriot League All Academic Honor Roll selection for softball. As a senior, she led all Patriot League student-athletes with a perfect 4.0 GPA in the spring with a double major in Psychology and English.
In high school, Kelsey was named the Pioneer Press Player of the Year, as well as a Chicago Tribune second team All-State and Sun-Times second team All-State selection. She currently holds the New Trier record for career strikeouts (967) and career shutouts (39), and led the team with a .427 batting average as a senior.

Mimi Morris

Mimi Morris is a 2013 graduate of New Trier HS and a 2017 graduate of James Madison University. At New Trier, she was one of the leaders of the 2011 State 4th place champion and was the offensive leader and captain of the team in 2013.
At JMU, she was part of the 2017 senior class team that was consistently ranked in the top 15 in the county, went down as the winningest class in program history with a 187-37 record, made three straight trips to the NCAA Tournament, won a Regional title and hosted the program’s first NCAA Super Regional. Morris has been honored as a JMU Athletic Director’s Scholar-Athlete and as a CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award winner. She earned her degree in sports and recreation management with a minor in business.

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