Leann Emery - Cutting Edge CEO & Founder

 

Leann Emery CEO - Cutting Edge Softball Training FacilityLeann Emery CEO - Cutting Edge Softball Training FacilityLeann Emery is the founder of Cutting Edge Softball. She pitched for Division 1 San Jose State University, playing on the Spartan's top 20 NCAA team from 1987 to 1991.  (Kathy Strahan, Sac State, Rhonda Revelle, Univ of Nebraska).

Leann's expertise as a Pitching Instructor is legendary, and evidenced by the amazing success of her students. Many have been awarded Division I athletic scholarships to top universities, including Stanford, Michigan State, Texas A&M, Penn State, Brown, Univ of Santa Barbara,Hawaii Hilo and Ball State, Humbolt, Dominican and Santa Clara. Leann's students have also won 11 CCS Championships, and she has produced 2 Cal High Athlete Player of the Year Pitchers (Jerrica Castagano and Jackie Hill), 3 All-State 1st Team pitchers.  (Tori Nyberg, Jerrica Castagano, Alex Pingree (2-Time).

In addition to attaining success as a Pitching Instructor, Leann has coached softball at all levels: club travel teams, high school teams and community college teams. 

In 2011, one of Leann's former pitching students, (Stanford Grad /Former pitching coach for Northwestern Univ) Tori Nyberg was inducted into the San Mateo Hall Fame for our outstanding pitching career at Carlmont High school and Stanford University.

Cutting Edge is the one of the most sucessful girls softball academy in the Bay Area. Cutting Edge has an atomphere that is friendly and welcoming. 

"Every student who walks through our doors is a part of Cutting Edge.  We are here for the players.  We want to guide them to be the best players and people that they can be!  At Cutting Edge, our staff feels so lucky that we are able to something that we love we to do!"  Leann Emery Pres. Cutting Edge Softball Inc.

Leann has been named one of SCORE's Success Stories of Silicon Valley Entrepreneurs

http://www.svscore.org/successStories/ce_softball.shtml

Leann is also the owner of Little Movers; Mobile Physical Education Program.  Teaching motor develop and Physical Ed to children in the Bay Area ages 2yrs-6th grade.