What We Do
Motivating athletes to reach their full potential
At AASI, our mission is to provide high-quality softball instruction to take young athletes to the next level both physically and mentally. We offer a full range of services that cover all aspects of the game. Our coaches are passionate about softball and providing the instruction athletes need to compete at a high level and to grow as individuals. 


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AASI has MOVED to a BIGGER location! We are up and running starting Monday, December 5th. Come see us!
5932 E. 12th St. Tulsa, OK 74112
🔹8,000 sq. feet
🔹6 cages
🔹Cages are retractable for open space/defensive practice
**GREAT space for indoor team practices this winter!** 

Please contact Coach Mandy for pricing and availability
The speed and agility classes will be geared towards the athlete's specific sport, with emphasis on skills that will take the athlete's abilities to the next level. Evaluations will be done the very first workout and then periodically to map out the athlete baseline and improvements throughout the length of the packages. Speed and agility training is beneficial to all athletes, no matter the age range. To excel in any sport, athletes need to have a solid understanding that their bodies are capable of anything if they set their mind to the challenge at hand. We will build a program to push each individual athlete to become the best player possible.
AASI Coaching Staff
Coach Mandy Sullivent
Coach Mandy Sullivent (Shklar) gradutaed from Sperry HS in 1996 where she was a four year letterman and received All-State honors. She went on to play at Tulsa University where she was awarded Golden Glove Recipient. She then transferred to the University of Mississippi where she was named defensive player of the year her sophomore, junior, and senior years. In 1999, Mandy was chosen to play in the Canada Cup where she was awarded 2nd Team All-American.
Mandy went on to be the assistant coach at Ole Miss from 2003 to 2005. Since 2005, Mandy has been provding both defensive and offensive instruction to young athletes. She opened up her own hitting facility in Tulsa, OK in 2013 called All American Softball Instruction. 
She now resides in Collinsville, OK and is married to Jason Sullivent. They have a daughter named Jaiden and a son named Jett. 
Coach Jeremy Rote
Coach Jeremy Rote has worked at AASI since February 2015. He played college baseball at Eastern Oklahoma State College in 1995 where he was a pitcher, 1B, and outfield. He received his associates degree in Business from EOSC in 1996. He went on to play baseball at East Central University where he received his bachelor's degree in Accounting. In 2000, he became a OSSAA Certified Umpire. His coaching career began in 2008 when he began coaching competitive baseball. In 2010, he began coaching competitive softball. From 2010-2014, Jeremy gave private baseball instruction including hitting and pitching lessons. Jeremy has coached the competitive baseball team Oklahoma Kaos for seven years as well as Oklahoma Kaos softball for three years. Coach Rote offers baseball offensive, defensive, and pitching instruction as well as offensive and defensive softball instruction for AASI.
Coach Lauren Cuddy
Coach Lauren Cuddy (Reeves) has worked at AASI since May 2016. She graduated from Union HS in 2012 where she was a two-time state champion and received All-State honors. She went on to play first base at East Central University where she was a four year starter and career .300 hitter. She received All-Conference honors athletically and academically, as well as being awarded a spot on the GAC All-Tournament team in 2015 when ECU won the conference championship. She received her bachelor's degree in Rehabilitation Counseling in 2016 with a 3.9 GPA.
Lauren has been assisting Coach Mandy with camps and clinics since 2012, and was one of Mandy's athletes from age 11 to the end of her college career. 
Coach Katie Godfrey
Coach Katie Godfrey has worked at AASI since July 2016. She attended and played softball for St. Gregory's University from 2013-2016 where she was a catcher, and Chipola Community College from 2012-2013. During her time at SGU, her team was ranked in the top ten all three years, won two regional championships, and placed 5th at the NAIA World Series twice. During her senior year, she had a .360 batting average for the Cavaliers. She was named to the NAIA World Series All-Tournament team her senior year. 
At Chipola Community College, Katie was a part of the 2013 state championship team, regional championship team, and went to the NJCAA nationals. 
At Arnold High School, she received Florida 6A All-State honors as well as receiving All-County honors 3 years in a row. 
The Facility
AASI offers an 8,000 sq. ft. indoor hitting facility with retractable cages. There are four 70 ft. cages as well as two 55 ft. cages. 

5932 E 12th st
Tulsa, OK 74112