Our daughter seems to be outgrowing her pitching coach. She's been seeing him weekly for the past 2 years since she started seriously trying to pitch. She just loves him. He's a little older, grandfather style, and a lefty. Since our girl's a lefty, that's a huge bonus. He's a good coach, has two daughters that played college that he coached and he was a men's fastpitch pitcher. In the time since our daughter has started seeing him,she's made amazing improvements. She's throwing low 50s consistently game time (maybe a little higher in practice) with good control and has mastered her curve, rise, and change up. She's a 5'4" petite freshman and just wrapped up her first high school season and pitched competitively at most varsity games so we definitely feel she's on the right track. Long story short,she saw her pitching coach this week for the first time in a couple weeks (due to HS game schedule) and though he welcomed her to come back monthly or every other month for tune-ups, and though he said he was happy to take our money, he didn't see the need to see her weekly anymore. We got the impression that she might be at the upper limits of his teaching. Would love thoughts on whether this is the standard progression with pitching and if not, we are definitely looking for maybe advanced pitching coaches who can help take her to the next step- whatever that may be. Lefty's are a huge, huge plus!!