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Are you a coach or a team looking for a new home?

Turn 2 is always looking for quality coaches who are committed to developing fundamentally sound ballplayers. 

Contact Linda McGinnis or Renee Ferguson for more info.


Linda McGinnis

Co-Founder Turn 2 Softball

​Coach Linda grew up in Pasadena, MD where she began playing softball at the age of 4. By age 10, she was playing for one of the top teams in the country and continued playing competitive travel ball until she was 18. Coach Linda played college softball for AACC when she was 26 years old. 

In addition to the work she does on field coaching, Coach Linda is also the organizations college recruiting coordinator, and personally assists every player from Turn 2 who is going through the recruiting process. Since 2017 she has assisted every Turn 2 college commit through the process from start to finish, in addition to helping many others outside of Turn 2 achieve the same.  

In 2017, Coach Linda led Our Lady of Mount Carmel High School to their first Conference Championship in 36 years. It was her first year coaching for the school that would become a power house over the next 4 years. In 2020, she followed her high school championship up with a USSSA State Championship with Turn 2. Then a top 10 finish at the 2021 USSSA Eastern Nationals. 

Coach Linda has coached every age group from 6u to 18u, at the recreational, travel and high school levels. In addition to being a coach, she is also a private hitting and fielding instructor whose students have found success at every level. 

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Renee Ferguson

Co-Founder Turn 2 Softball

Renee spent 3 years as the Head Coach at Anne Arundel Community College (JUCO D3), 2 Years as the Pitching Coach at Morgan State University (NCAA D1), and spent a year as a Student Assistant at Tusculum College (NAIA D2). 

Coach Renee grew up in Glen Burnie, MD. She played competitive travel ball until she graduated from North County High School. She was fortunate enough to go to college on a full scholarship to NAIA D2 Tusculum College (Now a NCAA Division 2 school). At Tusculum, she held many pitching records, some of which still stand until this day. After completing her playing career at Tusculum, she became a Student Assistant Coach. 

Renee began coaching several years later at the recreational level, then the travel level, and eventually was hired for the Pitching Coach position at Morgan State. Coach Renee left Morgan State to take over the Head Coach position at Anne Arundel Community College. She lead the Pioneers (now Riverhawks), to two appearances in NJCAA Nationals, where both teams finished the season 8th in the nation. In addition to her background as a college coach, Renee is also an accomplished pitching, hitting and fielding instructor, who has students playing at every level of the game.

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