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A Brief History of the Frost Falcons

 

In 1983, Jim Frost coached his daughter Stephanie in a sport that was just up and coming for little girls in the Chattanooga area. Little did he know that his love of the game would develop and make positive changes in their lives and others in the Chattanooga and Northwest Georgia area who love to play softball! Jim Frost has been instrumental in the upgrade of several high school, middle school, and local recreational fields, such as Tyner and Warner Park.

Frost Stadium at Warner Park, also known as the “Field of 1000 Dreams”, is the center of activity for women’s softball, serving as home for the UTC Lady Mocs. These facilities were built so that players would have the opportunity to play and be seen by college coaches. The stadium also helped Chattanooga host the ASA Nationals for 10U in 2010.

The Frost Falcons ball club will carry on the legacy of all the hard work and knowledge that came before them, and will work hard to show the level that they are capable of playing. Jim’s son Steve Frost is head coach of the one the Frost Falcons teams, and carries on his father’s tradition, along with his fellow coaching staff. Our goal is to provide the oppotunuty for every girl who plays softball on the Frost Falcons to earn college scholarships, and further themselves athletically, and in the world around them. Numerous players from the Frost Falcon organization have received scholarships over the years and continue to do so.

 

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