The Softball Program at Spotswood High School will look to create a culture based off of the following three pillars: Passion, Sacrifice, and Pride. The coaching staff will provide our athletes with the foundation of what it means to be a member of a team, the commitment it takes to achieve specific goals and mindset to overcome challenges.
The Passion shown will be through consistently working hard, raising the bar for our team goals, and pursuing opportunities for growth and improvement. Our willingness to Sacrifice for the betterment of the team will be demonstrated through responsibility and accountability through our academics, community, and team commitment. Pride along with loyalty, will be shown through supporting our teammates, proudly wearing Spotswood apparel, and through positive interactions with others.
When our student athletes graduate from our program, our hope is they have learned many life lessons and developed characteristics necessary to be successful in the future. They will recognize the traditions they are leaving behind, thanks to their Passion, Sacrifice and Pride.
Vincent Vizzi is a graduate of Spotswood High School and Kean University. During his high school years, he was a three sport letter winner in soccer, basketball, and baseball. Since the 2011-2012 school year, he has held multiple coaching positions in the Spotswood School District. These include memorial school girls basketball, soccer and baseball coach, as well as holding the position of junior varsity boys soccer, girls basketball, and baseball for several years. During this time, he has led the jv baseball team to two GMC baseball tournament championships in 2014 and 2016. Currently Vizzi is the varsity girls basketball and varsity softball coach. In spring of 2022 he led the softball program to a blue division championship. During the 2022-2023 winter season he guided the girls basketball program to a blue division championship and was named GMC blue division coach of the year.