All instructors at Extra Innings Indy South come with an extensive baseball or softball background. Whether they are former or current professional players, college all-stars, or high school or college coaches, Extra Innings Indy South offers serious professional instruction!
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Bethany (Zike) Guilfoy
Bethany (Zike) Guilfoy is entering her seventh year giving hitting and fielding instruction to female athletes of all ages. During her softball career, she played for Whiteland High School and was selected to the All-County, Mid-State, and All-Metro teams in 2002. She also earned the Defensive Award from 2000-2002, committing zero errors as the Warriors? centerfielder. Bethany continued her career at Marian College. She helped lead the Knights to their first National Championship appearance in 2003. Bethany supplied a powerful left-handed swing to the Knights? offense during her collegiate career. She also enjoys teaching fifth grade and coaching her 10u travel team, Indy Xcel. Bethany enjoys working with athletes at all levels to help them develop into successful hitters.
Brittney graduated from Bethel college and currently plays for the St.Louis Saints. Brittney has played for the Indiana Magic, Mooresville High School, Bethel College, Indiana Slammers and the St. Louis Saints. Brittney was a 4 year starting catcher, NAIA 1st team All-American, 3 times All conference All region, Academic All-American, NFCA Member, Asst.Coach IUPUI, Head Coach of 14U travel team for 3 years.
Chad comes to us from Waterloo Ontario Canada. A graduate in 1993 from Eastlake High School in Tarpon Springs Florida, he then went to play 2 years at Polk Community College in Winter Haven Florida where he was drafted in the 9th round by the Chicago Cubs. He then went on to pursue his pro career pitching 10 years of professional baseball spending time on the Major League Roster with the Cubs, Dodgers, and Blue Jays. He has also been apart of the Canadian National Baseball Team playing in the 1999 Pan Am games, 2003 World Cup and an alternate in the 2004 Olympic team. Chad serves as the pitching coach for the Greenwood High School baseball team.
James played for the Texas Rangers, Baltimore Orioles, Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Indians, and Milwaukee Brewers. James pitched opening day 1994 for the Texas Rangers. He also was part of the Division II College World Series Champions in 1988 and named All Tournament Pitcher.
Jeff played for the White Sox in 1995 and the Richmond Roosters from 1996-1998. In college, he led the NCAA Division II in Strikeouts (1993-1995) and was All GLVC three times. He was a Frontier League All Star 97-98, held the Frontier Strikeout Record in 1998, and was Ten Year Frontier League All Star. Jeff has coached Southport High School (1998-1999), Perry Meridian as Head Freshman Coach and Assistant Varsity Pitching Coach 2000-2008. Jeff has been giving baseball instruction since 1995. Jeff is currently playing Adult Amateur Baseball, and has been doing so since 1999.
Larry (LJ) Johnson
Larry has been giving baseball instruction for five years. He was the Hitting Coach at the University of Indianapolis from 2006-2008 and he coached at Marlow High School the summer of 2004. LJ comes to us from the University of Indianapolis where he played 3rd base and pitched from 2004-2006. He played at Western Oklahoma State from 2002-2004 where he earned First Team All Conference, First Team All Region, Bi-State Conference Player of the Year and First Team All American.
Scott has been actively involved in the game of baseball for over 30 years as a player, coach, instructor and evaluator. An alumnus of Scecina Memorial High School, Scott was an All-City selection and a City-County All Star in 1991. He received an athletic scholarship to play ball at Division II and GLVC powerhouse St. Joseph's College. As an MPA and development professional, Scott has consulted such organizations as Play Ball Indiana- an affiliate organization to Major League Baseball's Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities Program- and Zionsville Little League's Showcase Program on their programming and fundraising needs. Scott also assisted with the design of each program's player evaluation tools and coaching curriculums. He currently plays for the Indy Stallions Semi-Professional Baseball Club, a nationally ranked outfit that has dominated the IABL over the last seven seasons. His most recent baseball accolade was signing on as assistant baseball coach for the Marian University Knights.
Tim is a former Indiana Mr. Baseball and is the first Perry Meridian player to win the Mr. Baseball award. Tim's career stats include a .472 batting average, 56 doubles, 23 triples, 154 runs scored, 35 home runs, 166 RBIs and 134 stolen bases. Tim's earned awards include: 2-time All-Metro Team, 3-time All-Conference Indiana, 2-time All-Marion County, 2-time All-State, Most Valuable Marion County Player of the Year and Most Valuable Metro Player of the Year. He was drafted by the New York Yankees.