Breanne Berger has been involved in women's fastpitch softball for the past 30yrs. Her career started as many, in youth sports beginning with t-ball and evolving into many hours and sunny days of travel ball. She played at Carmel High School in her hometown of Carmel, Indiana. During her high school career she was a 4yr Varsity letter winner in softball and 3yr Varsity letter winner in both volleyball and basketball. She was a 3yr all MIC Conference in softball and volleyball and 4yr all Hamilton County Team in softball. She was named to the Indiana Super Team two years in a row and was State Runner up after an undefeated regular season. She was also an Indiana Miss Softball Candidate.
After high school she was awarded a scholarship to play at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. Breanne was primarily a catcher and sometimes played 1st base. She was the 2001 MVP of the Georgia Southern Invitational and the 2002 Defensive Player of the Year. She still holds the single game hit record (5) at UF. After college Breanne graduated with a degree in Recreation, Parks, and Tourism, and a minor in Therapeutic Recreation, and moved back to Indiana to pursue a job in coaching at an indoor training academy where she was the Director of Softball Operations. That job led her to a college coaching job at Butler University in Indianapolis, IN. She then decided to move to New Jersey to pursue a new clientele base and was the Director of Softball at another indoor academy. Breanne has been giving private hitting and catching lessons for 15yrs. Her college career at the University of Florida was incredible and the experience will be everlasting, and is something she wants other female athletes to be able to experience.