Scrimmage Questionnaire

To ensure you get the most out of this opportunity, it's important to think about where you stand athletically among your peers. Think about what areas you know you're good and and where you can see yourself improving. 

Parents! Please make sure your player fills this out on their own. It's okay for you to guide them, but we don't want to know what you think they need to work on—this experience is about them learning how to think about the game. 

What situations can your teammates count on you performing well in? List at least two or three areas you know you are good at.

No one does everything perfect! List at least two or three areas you want to work on.

Think about game situations where you don't perform your best—maybe you have trouble turning double plays, getting out of the inning pitching with runners on base, or you have no clue what to do with a runner on first and third. There are no bad answers! If you don't tell us what you want to work on, it may not get covered at the scrimmage.