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ASME 2008 Summer Bioengineering Conference, Parts A and B
Faculty Advisor: Renee Rogge, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Student Paper Abstract INTRODUCTION: Hitting has become one of the most studied aspects of the game of baseball. Many studies to date only focus on a specific group of players, like collegiate or major league players, but there have not been any studies comparing the male swing to the female swing. Additionally, most studies look at many different aspects of a swing at distinct times in the swing. This study concentrates ondoi:10.1115/sbc2008-192555 fatcat:4z4pyj3pk5h77nue5gnnlmjreu