Megann Steege has a lifetime of experience playing and coaching softball at the highest level. She was highly recruited as a Catcher/OF and chose to be a student athlete at Louisiana State University. As the left fielder for LSU, she played on the 2001 NCAA College World series championship team, and taking home 4 SEC conference championship rings. Megann was named SEC player of the week three times in her career. In 2002 she was second on the team for triples.
After college she returned to her home in California to coach in the highly competitive California JUCO system at College of the Sequoias. During her tenure at COS, she won several conference championships, she also helped organizers start an upcoming, competitive travel softball organization in Southern California, in which she recruited and trained highly qualified coaches for the organization.
Megann led her California prep school (CHS) to the CIF Division 1 softball valley championships winning the tournament twice … She was named the team’s Best Offensive Player and won the Coach’s Award … Team captain for three years … Named to the All-Valley, All-State, All-NEVL and All-Western Region teams, and Easton All-American … Was a four-year letterman in softball, and basketball. Megann’s travel ball team, Fresno Force has been dominate for decades winning 16u ASA nationals, 9 ASA Gold National Championships, and 7 top 10 ASA Gold National Championship finishes.
Steege (pronounced “stiggy”) joined The Fieldhouse staff in 2015, and has been traveling the country since 2005 doing camps and hitting lessons. Her passion for the game and for developing players is evident to all. Several of her Fieldhouse clients are already in the process of being recruited by top-level college softball coaches across the country. Steege provides expertise instruction to both hitters, catchers, and defense.
You can schedule a lesson with her through this link: Private Lessons