Akron Racer's Kelley Montalvo on MTV's "Made" on Saturday, May 5th

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Friday, May 4, 2012 at 10:17am EDT

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Nashville, TN- National Pro Fastpitch has teamed up with MTV and the producers of “Made” for an episode that will air on May 5th. Kelley Montalvo of the Akron Racers was selected as the “Made” Coach and was given an opportunity to coach and mentor a young softball player along her journey of trying out for the high school team.

"National Pro Fastpitch is so very proud to have had the opportunity that was extended to us by MTV and 'Made" to make an impact on the life of a young person. I don't think you could find a better role model than the Akron Racer's Kelley Montalvo and I know Kelley considered the chance to work with Liz a privilege. NPF and our core of extraordinary women professional athletes are committed to the positive influence and inspiration of young people,” commented NPF Commissioner Cheri Kempf

“We also appreciate the willingness of our corporate partners at Boombah, Worth, Wilson, and Ringor to readily get involved with making a difference for Elizabeth. We wish Elizabeth success and continued confidence not only in softball, but in whatever she decides to accomplish."

This episode of “Made” featuring Kelley Montalvo will air on Saturday, May 5th at 2pm EST/1pm CST. Check out the sneak peak of the episode below.


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