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About Me

Hi! My name is Jocelyn Cater and I am so excited to finally have my website ready for all of my little pitchers out there. I have been pitching now for over 12 years starting when I was 12 years old and I've been helping young pitchers now for the past 6 years. I was the youngest player ever to make Team Canada and I am so proud that I was able to play and learn for 6 years on the National Team. One of the biggest accomplishments that I was apart of on Team Canada was when we won gold at the Pan American Games in 2015 against Team USA! 


When I was younger I played for the Delta Heat and White Rock Renegades down in the Lower Mainland and pitched in many provincial and national championships. I always knew I wanted to go to the US to play Div.1 college softball and my dream came true when I received a softball scholarship to play at the University of Washington. I played at UW for a year before transferring schools to Syracuse University in New York. My experience is unique and I hope to help young players with their dreams to play college softball one day too!

After I graduated from Syracuse University I decided to pursue my masters degree and coach a Div.1 softball team in Buffalo, New York. I was a pitching coach for 2 years at Canisius College with some amazing players and I loved every second of it. I most recently moved back home to BC and currently reside in Kelowna. I am working on applying to doctorate programs in Psychology while doing a lot of pitching lessons and clinics! 

I have been a pitching instructor for Beyond the White Lines camps and clinics for the past 5 years. I have met so many amazing coaches through BTWL and will continue to learn more about pitching and other aspects of the game every year. If you can make it out to these camps I highly recommend them! Best in Canada hands down.


This next year I will also be an assistant coach for both the UBC Okanagan Softball and Team BC - North American Indigenous Games​.




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