Home baseball “As women’s baseball spreads, the mechanism of men’s baseball also …” What are the preconceptions and stereotypes that the director and principal of Shizuoka’s first women’s high school baseball club get rid of?

“As women’s baseball spreads, the mechanism of men’s baseball also …” What are the preconceptions and stereotypes that the director and principal of Shizuoka’s first women’s high school baseball club get rid of?

by archysport
The environment surrounding women’s baseball is changing, with the final of the high school women’s hardball championship being decided to be held at the Hanshin Koshien Stadium in the summer of 2021. We talked to the principal, director, and players of the high school who set up the first women’s baseball club in Shizuoka prefecture (2 times in total / click here for the voices of the players).

“I wondered if the vertical stripes of Tokai would catch fire at once. I’m sorry to stop without a saucer. I’m thinking of becoming a detonator.”

Director Yoshio Yugei, a women’s baseball club at Tokai University’s Shizuoka Shoyo High School, talks passionately. The pride and responsibility of the traditional vertical stripes of the Tokai University series that lead the amateur baseball world. Since April of this year, he has led the women’s baseball club, which was first established in a high school in Shizuoka prefecture, the soccer kingdom.

The director of the bow girder is Tokai University Shizuoka Shoyo, who has experience as a director of both junior high school softball and high school hardball. Junior high school is a regular at national competitions and has led to national championships.


A bow girder director who has left results as a leader. However, for many years, I felt the challenges of being involved in student baseball.

“When I go to the national junior high school tournament, there is a team with one or two girls. There are more elementary school students. However, as I get older, there are fewer places to play baseball, and there is no saucer or vision, so I quit. There are many “

Even if I like baseball, I haven’t had an environment where I can continue, and I’ve seen situations where people move to other sports or quit sports.

“If you don’t have a saucer, our school will make one.”

“Let’s change baseball in Shizuoka”

It was the summer of 2019 that I acted. I offered to the principal of Eiji Murakami, “I want to create a women’s baseball club.” To create club activities, you need “place,” “people,” “money,” and “time.” It does not mean “let’s make it” on the spot. Principal Murakami gave his homework, “I will think if there is demand. I want you to research.”

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