About the Aces

LEarn more about the new program ran by iowa native paige lowary.

Changing the game.

The Iowa Aces softball program believes in breaking down and developing every fundamental necessary to be successful in the game of softball. Modeled after the its partner program the Sticks High School Baseball Club, the Aces will become the fastpitch program that players, families and college coaches come to trust in regard to development, exposure and recruiting. 

The Iowa Aces are committed to providing the highest level of professionalism in Club Softball. The focus of the program is strictly on the individual.  Players attending events and showcases can expect to play, rosters sizes will be closely monitored so that playing time is maximized and no guest players will be taking playing time from Club members. Moreover, the Iowa Aces is committed to creating a strong relationship with High School coaches so that all of our players have the opportunity to play for their school in the summer.    

With the State of the Art facility - SportsPlex West has a full turf infield, hitting cages, pitching tunnels, zones for pitching and hitting are spread throughout the entire building: two upstairs hitting cages, three cages on the turf that are 25 x 90 feet, a structural pitching area of 120 x 15 feet, and a downstairs training cage of over 100 feet long. The Iowa Aces will also use the most up to date technology including Rapsodo, Hittrax, and V-Flex.  

Additionally, the Iowa Aces has contracted with D1 Training to provide increased athleticism for all athletes during the season. Housed within the walls of the facility is also Kinetic edge Physical Therapy that can be utilized for any issue that may arise physically for our athletes.

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Meet our staff. Learn more about the coaching your athlete will receive

Paige Lowary

Lead Instructor

Paige is in her first year as an elementary-high school pitching coach after finishing her collegiate career at the University of Oklahoma. Paige has worked with girls from ages 8 to 18, and she believes that the mechanics she teaches can be universal for any age. Her main goal is to simplify pitching – physically and mentally. She wants to start a fire in players’ hearts and make pitching lessons something people look forward to. Paige graduated from Dallas Center Grimes High School in 2014, where she won two state championships in her junior and senior year. She went on to play two years of collegiate softball at the University of Missouri. She finished her career at the University of Oklahoma, where she won a National Championship in 2017. She was drafted first overall into the National Professional Fastpitch League, and she currently plays for the Chicago Bandits in the summer.

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