Congratulations to Tim Walton and the 2014 Softball WCWS National Champions Florida Gators

by Tyler Scaturro June 06, 2014

Tim Walton, Florida Softball Head Coach
2014 National Champions

Pocket Radar would like to congratulate the Florida Gators Softball team on their first ever National Championship this past week at the Women’s College World Series.  It is a long path towards a title, and takes a tremendous amount of hard work and dedication on and off the field.

We really would like to extend a huge congrats to head coach Tim Walton on capturing his first National Championship.  We have had the opportunity to speak with Coach Walton on many different occassions and are proud to say he is not only a great coach, but also a great person.  He has helped us spread the word about the importance of speed measurement in softball, and how Pocket Radar products can help with coaching and training.  His feedback on the new Ball Coach™ radar:

“Finally, a radar gun and training tool that takes away any questions about athletic ability. The Ball Coach will change the way our coaches and players measure and evaluate pitching and hitting skills. The versatile features easily allow us to coach and measure at the same time. This ability to measure pitch speed and exit speed off the bat without having to manually trigger the button, is extremely helpful in allowing us to study player mechanics, while the speeds are recorded in the background. The recall button allows us to go over previous speeds, and find what needs to be done to improve or keep them where they’re at consistently. Anyone interested in gaining an advantage over their competition, needs to start training with the Ball Coach.”

We would also like to congratulate all of the other participants for reaching the 2014 WCWS, as well as all of the other 2014 national champions from around the country.  If you would like to share your championship story from this year, please send us an email at

Here’s to another great year in 2015!

If you have any questions or would like to share your Pocket Radar stories, please give is a call toll-free at 888-381-2672 from 9 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time, or e-mail us at


More information on the Ball Coach:

The ability to evaluate skill level with instant and unbiased feedback requires a top tier performance training tool. That’s why Pocket Radar, Inc. created the pro-level Ball Coach radar. It’s a speed training tool for player development through one-on-one coaching or self-guided drills and hands-free operation keeps it simple. By making crucial results like hitting power, pitching speeds, throwing speeds, serving speeds and shot speeds instantly visible, the Ball Coach is the easy way to get better faster. Powerful features include hands-free Constant-On Mode (put all your focus on coaching and training, not the radar gun), easy automatic triggering (simply hold button down and release when speed appears) and built-in memory with the previous 25 speeds (keep track and review training lessons). 

Professionals and amateurs across multiple sports are currently using the Ball Coach radar to improve performance and skill level with instant and accurate feedback. It has become the convenient speed radar and training tool of choice among collegiate coaches, high school coaches, travel ball coaches, club coaches, recruiters, parents and athletes worldwide. Easily measure baseball and softball hitting and pitching speeds, volleyball and tennis serve speeds, hockey and lacrosse shot speeds, and cricket bowler speeds. Built from the same high-impact plastic as hockey helmets, the Ball Coach is rugged enough to perform well in even the most demanding sports environments, with pro-level accuracy. Named Best of Show at the 2014 American Baseball Coaches Association national convention, the Ball Coach is the first pro-level radar gun specifically designed for coaching and training. “If you are looking to elevate player performance, you need to own the Ball Coach.” – Andy Lopez, University of Arizona Baseball (3-Time National Coach of the Year)

Tyler Scaturro
Tyler Scaturro

Brand Manager (2012 - current)

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