Ames Storm Winter Workouts
This offseason T&G Five Tool Baseball and SportsIowa are partnering with the Ames Storm to bring an important new Winter indoor option for Storm players. This new partnership will give Storm players the option to practice once a week indoors in January - March, for an hour and a half, with instruction from T&G Five Tool Baseball. Times will be set by teams so that Storm coaches can be present (as available) to assist in the workouts.
Each workout will consist of stations, drills and special instruction on field technique, building arm strength, improving hitting approach, hitting power and increasing overall foot speed.
We've chosen to partner with both T&G Five Tool Baseball and SportsIowa because they believe in Central Iowa High School baseball teams like Ames and Gilbert and share a vision of helping future teams make it to the State tournament.
Learn more about T&G Five Tool Baseball at their website - http://www.tgfivetoolbaseball.com/
Ames Storm Winter Training
|Link to Registration||Times||Price|
|U9-U11 Winter Baseball Training||Wed. 5:30-7:00pm or|
|U12 Winter Baseball Training||Fri. 7:30-9:00pm||$215|
|U13-U14 Baseball Winter Training||Sun. 8:00-9:30pm||$215|
2003 Mountain Ducks Baseball Card
At DMACC, Tracy tallied a career batting average of .411 with 25 homeruns, and 75 RBIs. Following two seasons with DMACC, Tracy transferred to Southern Arkansas University and continued his college baseball career with two offensively-charged seasons for the Muleriders.
In his first year, Tracy earned All-Gulf South Conference and Rawlings/ABCA All-Region Second-Team honors with a .444 batting average. As a senior Tracy was selected for NCAA All-America First-Team selection as he was lauded by Rawlings/ABCA at the Designated Hitter position. Currently, Geffre continues to rank near the top of the all-time list at SAU in batting average, slugging percentage, and homeruns.
After his college career Geffre signed a professional baseball contract, playing one season with The Springfield/Ozark Mountain Ducks before permanently settling in Central Iowa. Recently Geffre was inducted into the Mandan Post 40 Hall of Fame and the Southern Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame.
Sioux Falls Baseball Card
Kirt Till comes to Ames from Houma, LA where he was a star baseball player at Vanbebilt Catholic High School and for the local American Legion team Coastal Insurance in which he was a part of the 1997 state championship team.
After graduating high school in 1999 he moved to Boone, IA to play at DMACC. While at DMACC Till was a starter for two years at 3rd base and helped lead the Bears to a second place finish at the NJCAA Conference Tournament.
Till then went on to play at the University of Sioux Falls where in his Senior year he was voted unanimously GPAC (Great Plains Athletic Conference) All-Conference 3rd base.
After his senior year at USF he was assistant coach during the 2004 season. He is married to Boone native Lane Till and have 2 boys, Logan and Cole.