MAY 3 2010 UPDATE
Ciera Rojas, OF 2011 verbally committed to the University of the Pacific
Ashley Holmes (Whittier, Calif./La Serna High School/So Cal Crunch & So Cal Explosion Gold) has agreed to join the Lady Vols
Texas Impact Gold commitments
|Fox||Rachel||U of Texas|
|Martinez||Kristin||U of Kansas|
|Petty||Taylor||U of The Pacific|
|Schkade||Jami||U of Illinois|
2010 PITCHER AVAILABLE
Paige Compton, 2010 graduate
I have played in tournaments from CO to Florida and have faced teams from HI,CA,AZ,TX just to name a few. I have set strikeout records at our high school the past two years. I helped take our high school to the state tournament two of my 4 years and finished region runner up the other two years . Was 1 of 16 to win a Sportsmanship award from KY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOC.out of 55,000 ky high school athetes.Our summer team WV Duster’s 18u won the Greys division at the Colorado Sparkler 18 open lost only one game in the tournament. I have 5 pitches a 62+ mph fastball,curve,drop,rise and a change up. Feel free to contact my summer coach’s I know that they have had hundreds of players to play for their program and go on to play at the college level.
D1 PITCHER NEEDED
The University of Tennessee at Martin Softball Program is looking for another pitcher to add to our program for next year. They must be ready to pitch at the Division I level next year. Will consider either a juco pitcher or a freshman. Can you please put out a note on your web site for me. Any interested player or a coach that knows a player should contact the UT Martin Softball Office at 731-881-7162 or e-mail Coach Canary at email@example.com. Great scholarship offer is available.
Diamond Nation: A MIDWEEK EXPOSURE TOURNAMENT
Softball calendars are chock full of exposure tournaments which begin Friday and end Sunday. The inaugural Diamond Nation event will run June 23-25 at the 10 fields in Flemington NJ. SPY software doesn’t accommodate flyers. For more information: www.risingstarsevents.com
RETRIEVERS SET MARKS
Senior Amanda Fefel (Baltimore, Md./Catonsville) broke UMBC’s all-time record with her 41st career home run, and ninth-year head coach Joe French picked up his 300th victory at the helm of the Retrievers, as the UMBC softball team (23-22, 4-10 AE) split a doubleheader at America East rival Hartford (16-19, 3-11 AE) Saturday afternoon. The Hawks took the first game, 5-3, but the Retrievers overcame a 5-1 seventh-inning deficit to win the nightcap, 7-5, in eight innings.