Managing Member of Premier Softball
Specialties: Hitting, Catching, Fielding & Throwing
Coach Worthy-Deering was a four year varsity letter winner for the University of Michigan Softball Team (2003-2007). She was a part of two Big Ten Tournament Championships, two Regular Season Big Ten Championships and the 2005 NCAA National Championship Team.
Coach Worthy-Deering’s individual achievements include being named as Captain of the 2007 Michigan Softball Team, All-Big Ten Tournament honors in 2006 and being named to the All Big Ten Second Team in 2007.
During the 2006 season, Coach Worthy-Deering led the Wolverines to a Super Regional appearance with a .364 average in 5 NCAA Tournament games during which she launched home runs in three straight games. She carried this momentum into her senior year with the Michigan Wolverines. As Captain, she led the team with 36 RBI’s and homered in back-to- back NCAA Regional games to lead U of M to a third straight Super Regional.
A native of Yorba Linda, California, Coach Worthy-Deering attended Lutheran High School of Orange County where she was named Best Offensive Player all four years of her varsity career and lead the team with a .700 career batting average.
Coach Worthy-Deering is extremely passionate about the sport of softball and is eager to utilize her experience and knowledge helping to train and develop the potential of young aspiring female athletes. Her experience includes extensive travel teams and as a player/coach at many levels. Coach Worthy-Deering has run several successful softball clinics and camps where she focuses her training on hitting, catching and fielding skill development.