wellness • rehabilitation
sports training • injury prevention



aegisphysicaltherapy@verizon.net Phone: 413-586-5552
Fax: 413-586-3330
241 Russell Street,
Hadley, MA 01035

Lisa Sanderson

Sports Credentials:

  • B.S. Exercise Science, University of Massachusetts - Cum Laude

  • M.S. Physical Therapy, Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons - Cum Laude

  • Full 4-year athletic scholarship to pitch at University of Massachusetts

  • Licensed Physical Therapist

  • Certified in CPR

Success at UMass included:

  • UMass softball consistently in the top 20 NCAA poll

  • Dominant team in Northeast

  • Pitched UMass to '86, '87, '88, Atlantic 10 Championship & NCAA Division 1 Tournament ' 87

  • Division 1 Pitcher and 4 year starter

  • UMass Stats:

  • 1985-88: 1.19 ERA with 431 innings pitched, including a perfect games and 4 no-hitters

Success at American Softball Association:

  • 14 Summers American Softball Association (DiFeo's Blue Jays, Budweiser Belles, and Linden Majors)

  • Pitched for Budweiser Belles '85 & DiFeo's Blue Jays '89, '90 Mid-Atlantic Regional Champions with National Tournament Bids '85, 88, '89, '90, '91, '92, '94

  • 1991 stats include a 15-4 record with 141 IP, 53 hits, 152 K's, 19 BB, and a 0.25 ERA.

  • All-American honors while compiling 5-0 record in '90 National Tournament leading Blue Jays to a 3rd place finish

  • 1992 National Champs - Class A - First Team All-American honors while compiling a 6-0 record at '92 National Tournament with a 0.38 ERA, leading the Blue Jays to 1st place at National Championship. Earned both MVP and Most Valuable Pitcher of the National Tournament

  • Taught at pitching clinics and camps in the Northeast

  • Published articles on pitching including Interval training for your Pitcher, Protecting your Pitcher, Rise Ball the Strike out Pitch, The Role of Strength training in Pitching, Pitching Power, Should You Allow Your Pitcher to Hit, Grip, Snap and the "T" Position, Rotator Cuff Injury and the Pitcher, Pitchers's Injury: Forearm Stress Fracture, Understanding and Learning the Rise, Who Should Be your Next Pitcher, Have You Found a Pitching Coach?, Keeping the Batter Guessing: Using the Change Up