Kaytlin Stroinski attended Howell High School in Howell, Michigan where she played basketball, volleyball and softball. She was a 3-year letter winner in both basketball and volleyball, and a 4-year letter winner in softball. She helped lead her high school team to their first Final Four appearance in the state tournament her freshman year.
Kaytlin went on to play softball at Tusculum College in Greeneville, Tennessee for four years. She graduated in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in accounting. She played every game of her career, except one. Kaytlin was recruited as a pitcher out of high school, but played mostly 1st base her freshman year, while having 17 appearances in the circle. She played 1st base her sophomore where she helped lead the team to Tusculum’s first South Atlantic Conference championship. She moved over to shortstop for her junior and senior seasons. During her career, Kaytlin earned All-SAC Conference honors as a utility player her freshman year, at first base her sophomore year, and at shortstop her senior year, while also earning All-Region honors at first base and team MVP honors. Kaytlin currently holds the school record for total putouts in a career, and is ranked in the top 10 in twenty statistical categories in school history.
Kaytlin has helped coach 14u travel softball clubs in Michigan while in high school, along with doing specific softball instruction during Tusculum College’s multiple softball camps.
Kaytlin will help Grand Slam Sports Center with standard softball instruction in pitching, fielding, and hitting.