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why victory?

Our goal is to build strong, confident softball players by teaching them to be students of the game. Our all-encompassing approach emphasizes a fundamentally sound base of mechanics, strength and conditioning, and the mental game. 

Our team

layla burczak 



Layla grew up in Plattsburgh, New York as a three sport athlete playing softball for 17 years. She went to the University of Albany in New York to play shortstop for the Great Danes before injuries cut her career short. But her passion for softball kept her in the game and she has now been coaching and giving instruction in the northern Virginia area for almost a decade.


She’s passionate about turning every one of her players into the best athletes and women they can be.

marisa boyette



Marisa grew up in Roswell, Georgia, and played competitive softball for 16 years with some of the top talents in the country. As a pitcher, she earned a scholarship to play at Georgia College and State University where she started all 4 years, ending with over 60 wins and 500 strikeouts. She brings a wealth of experience and knowledge about the game, especially in pitching – and continues to learn all the time. 


Most of all, she wants to see girls empower themselves and others through sport. ​


Mckenna heim


McKenna grew up in Davenport, IA as a multi-sport athlete in softball, basketball, volleyball, and track. She was a pitcher and three time All State shortstop in high school earning a spot to play for the University of Wisconsin. She battled through injuries and played for her team in any capacity she could to stay in the game she loves. McKenna helps athletes grow in every part of their game: pitching, hitting, and defense!

campbell hutcherson



Campbell grew up in North Carolina as a phenomenal multi-sport athlete, eventually being recruited to play softball at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill where she played for five years. She graduated with degrees in Sport Administration and Coaching and is certified as a personal trainer. She took up coaching as the volunteer assistant at University of Virginia in 2021 and accepted an assistant coaching position at George Mason University in 2022. Campbell will be bringing her professional expertise to young athletes in hitting, defense, and speed & agility.

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christina victor


Christina grew up in Buffalo, NY playing softball and graduated from University of Buffalo with her doctorate in physical therapy. She has over seven years of coaching experience and looks forward to continuing her coaching career in her new home in Virginia. Christina offers group lessons and clinics for pitching and loves working with young athletes. 

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