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The first weekend of action in the 2019 NCAA Division I Women’s College World Series is complete with 16 teams advancing to Super Regional play this coming weekend. Softball Factory is proud to announce that 11 former Softball Factory Pre-Season All-Americans are among the alumni listed on rosters of teams who made it this far, including four from the inaugural event in 2014.

This year in total, 149 players who participated in at least one Softball Factory event, were listed on rosters of teams in the tournament. This is up from 121 players who were part of last year’s WCWS. Looking at it from another angle: 58 of the 64 teams (90.6%) entered into the 2019 NCAA Division I Softball Championship tournament have at least one Softball Factory alumnae on a roster, an increase of five teams from last year.

The University of Florida, Alabama State and Lipscomb led the way with seven Factory alums while Florida State, Toledo and James Madison University each feature five alums.

Prior to Super Regional Play this weekend however, the field of 64 teams were set with the goal of getting to Oklahoma City for this year’s championship. The 2016 and ’17 National Champion Oklahoma Sooners were announced as the overall No. 1 seed in the tournament and have advanced to Super Regional weekend after winning in the Norman region. The defending champion Florida State Seminoles have also advanced to the second weekend after winning in the Tallahassee region.

For the third consecutive year, the SEC led all leagues with teams entered into the dance, with 13 selected for the tournament. Two teams made their first appearance in the tournament: Detroit Mercy University and Seattle University. Both have already been eliminated.

NCAA.com’s feature on the field of 64 revealed a cool stat: Since the tournament began in 1982, only 13 schools have been crowned the NCAA Division I softball champion. 11 of those 13 teams will compete in this year’s tournament.

Below is the list of Factory alumni who are on rosters of teams selected for this year’s tournament. Players listed in bold are former Softball Factory Pre-Season All-Americans.

Oklahoma – Jocelyn Alo, Falepolima Aviu, Sami Skelly

UMBC – Imani Dawson, Anna Lonchar, Karly Keating

Wisconsin – Savanna Rainey

Notre Dame – Quinn Biggio, Alexis Bazos

Louisville – Eden Mayo, Jordyn Wolfe, Rebecca Chung

Southern Ill. – NONE

Detroit Mercy – Sydney Pollock

Northwestern – Skyler Shellmyer (2015), Maegan Hollins

Texas – Lauren Burke, Janae Jefferson (2017), Elicia Espinosa, Jaden Hoelker (2016)

Sam Houston St. – Kyndal Kutac, Kayte Martinez, Bailey White, Sherida Fisher

Texas A&M – Baylee Klingler, Kelly Martinez

Houston – NONE

Arizona St. – Jade Gortarez

Lipscomb – Khayla Green, Hannah DeVault, Jenna Pealor, Megan Gray, Chloe Yeager, Mandy Jordan, Sarah Higgins

Alabama St. – Kaitlyn Kilner, Alexis Syndor, Teah Steel, Casey Durham, Skyler Sullivan, Kimberlee Owens, Kristin Gunter

Alabama – Elissa Brown, Sarah Cornell, Krystal Goodman

Florida – Hannah Sipos, Natalie Lugo, Kelly Barnhill, Odalys Cordova, Amanda Lorenz, Danni Farley, Amanda Beane

Boston U – NONE

Boise St. – Rebekah Cervantes, Morgan Lamb

Stanford – Nikki Bauer

North Carolina – Leah Murray, Lexi Godwin (2015), Shayla Thompson

Ohio St. – Niki Carver, Ashley Prange

Longwood – Leah Powell, Jessica Smith, Angelina Sherba

Tennessee – Ally Shipman

Oklahoma St. – Kelly Maxwell, Logan Simunek

BYU – Morgan Bevell, Allie Hancock, Erin Miklus, Libby Sugg

Tulsa – Aubree Seaney

Arkansas – Maggie Hicks, Keely Edwards, Aly Manzo

South Carolina – Alex Fulmer

South Florida – Madison Epperson, Jaycie Michael (2015), Georgina Corrick, Riley Gore

Bethune-Cookman – Maiya Fudge, Briana Zavala

Florida St. – Bianca Cruz, Elizabeth Mason, Savannah Parker, Madison Kennedy, Kathryn Sandercock

Washington – Pat Moore, Morganne Flores

Fordham – Kelly Bright

Seattle U – Natalie Montgomery

Mississippi St. – Anna Kate Segars, Jackie McKenna

Virginia Tech – Jada Crittendon, Kelsey Bennett (2018), Grace Chavez

Illinois – Danielle Brochu, Zaria Dunlap, Danielle Davis

Toledo – Megan Choate, Brianna Robeson, Bekah Yenrick, Maggie McGurk, Samantha Golden

Kentucky – Tekiya Garr-Carter, Briona Rance

Ole Miss – Ava Tillmann, Amanda Roth, Abbey Latham (2014)

Tenn-Chattanooga – Hannah Wood

Southeast Mo. St. – Claudia Gallo

Louisiana-Lafayette – Kendall Talley, Keeli Milligan (2014), Casey Dixon (2017)

Auburn – Taylon Snow

Colorado St. – Mackenzee Collins

Harvard – Aubree Muse, Elizabeth Shively

Arizona – Ivy Davis, Taylor McQuillin, Alyssa Denham, Alyssa Palomino-Cardoza

Minnesota – Carlie Brandt, Allie Arneson

North Dakota St. – Kara O’Byrne

Drake – Libby Ryan

Georgia – Jaiden Fields, Madison McPherson, Jessica Morgan, Lacey Fincher

Texas Tech – Zoe Jones

Louisiana Tech – AJ Williams

Monmouth – NONE

LSU – Savannah Stewart, Morgan Cummins

Michigan – Meghan Beaubien, Katie Alexander, Natalia Rodriguez (2014)

Saint Francis (PA) – Tayven Rousseau

DePaul – Gabby O’Riley, Morgan Greenwood (2014)

James Madison – Hannah Shifflett, Cambry Arnold, Victoria Figueroa, Payton Buresch, Michelle Sullivan

Missouri – Danie Garrison, Kimberly Wert, Eli Daniel

Cal St. Fullerton – NONE

Weber St. – NONE

UCLA – Rachel Garcia, Julie Rodriguez, Shea Moreno, Bubba Nickles

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May 18-19, 2019
Seminole County Athletic Complex – Seminole, FL
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* PLEASE NOTE: Players written up on the scouting blog were identified by our scouting staff based on the demonstration of notable tool(s) and/or skill(s). While WE DO NOT KEEP STATS, we are watching for standout performers on the mound, at the plate, in the field and on the bases. However, a performance WITHOUT the presence of requisite tool(s) and/or skill(s) IS NOT considered standout — we are looking for players with the tool(s) and/or skill(s) to play beyond the high school level.

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Pines Thunder – Bayona

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Angels – Holton

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Softball Factory alumni Siarah Galvan, Madisen Mann and Mikey Dominguez

When Hurricane Harvey hit the Rockport, Texas area on Friday August 26th, 2017, it caused $55 million in damages to its school district – contributing to the $125 billion worth of damage it did in total – and took out the town’s electricity for almost a month.

To top it off for Softball Factory alumni Mikey Dominguez, Siarah Galvan and Maddie Mann, their school, Rockport-Fulton High, was destroyed along with its softball and baseball fields, and suddenly their dream of playing their freshman season of softball together was nearly collateral damage.

Everything the trio of close friends and teammates had worked so long and hard for appeared completely out of reach, that was, until the town of Rockport and some familiar famous faces came together and showed everyone just what it meant to be “Rockport Strong”.

“These girls live for softball,” Dominguez’s father, Ron Dominguez, shares with a laugh.

Dominguez, Galvan and Mann have known each other since the age of six and are currently in their seventh year of playing softball together. The passion the high school sophomores share for the sport has given them a special bond.

“We have always been such good friends,” Galvan, the team’s starting left-handed pitcher says. “But when we are out there on the field, it is a whole different level of friendship. We all have a great time and tear it up on the field.”

“I think what makes us so close is that we have the same drive and dedication,” adds starting catcher Dominguez. “Every weekend we would go to the field and get a good three to four hours of work in.”

Having played in both select ball and little league together growing up, the three dreamed of what it would be like to all be named starters for their freshman season at Rockport-Fulton High School, so when Hurricane Harvey slammed the peninsula of Rockport with flooding and winds peaking at 156 miles per hour, it was safe to say the outlook for their school’s 2018 season looked bleak. In fact, it was quickly sinking in that things would not be the same in Rockport for a little while.

“Hurricane Harvey was one of the scariest things my family has ever gone through while it was happening and dealing with the aftermath was more than I could have imagined it would be,” Ron Dominguez recalls. “My daughters were experiencing what it was like to take a bath with bottled water, not being able to get news and having to line up for their food.”

Maddie Mann checking out the damage

“One of the very first things we checked on was the softball field,” starting infielder Maddie Mann admits. “I was so devastated seeing both our sheds gone along with our batting cages, but I was hopeful.”

“It was very upsetting not knowing if our field was even going to still be there due to the hurricane,” Galvan says, echoing her friend’s concerns at the time. “When we were still evacuated there was so much tension and anxiety of not knowing if we would even come back to anything.”

Not only were the extremely poor field conditions a concern, but 25 percent of Rockport-Fulton’s student body was forced to transfer to different schools due to the destruction of the country’s biggest storm since Hurricane Katrina’s deadly path through the city of New Orleans in 2005. It became apparent that the team – if there would be a team at all – would not look how it had originally been pictured.

“After Harvey, I thought we wouldn’t come back to Rockport-Fulton High School,” Mikey Dominguez, whose bedroom had a tree crash through it during the storm, reveals. “It was definitely hard to deal with because everyone was going to different schools and some starters would not be coming back. I thought we wouldn’t have enough girls to even have a season. It was to the point where I didn’t even know if I was going to come back.”

Despite her fears of not playing in the spring with her friends, Dominguez kept working on her softball skills in her backyard, even with all the debris. She and her father also took video footage of the debris that littered the softball field that was like a second home to her and uploaded it to Youtube.

Mikey Dominguez cleaning up debris

This team was not going down without a fight. Family members sprang into action to help clean up the school’s fields and donations started pouring in from people who had seen the Youtube video.

“It meant a lot knowing that our families were out there in the heat trying to keep our freshman season still going,” Galvan reflects. “It gave us hope that soon we would be able to still play and show our abilities.”

“It felt so heartwarming to know people went out there almost every day to help get the fields ready for us,” Dominguez adds.

Their families soon would not be the only ones helping to keep their freshman season alive.

Some well-known faces made some big donations to the students at Rockport-Fulton. Popular talk show host Ellen DeGeneres made a massive donation of $1 million for the school to rebuild its gym and baseball Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan donated $10,000 to the Rockport-Fulton Little League to assist Memorial Park with getting their fields ready for the upcoming baseball and softball seasons.

The kind gestures meant so much to everyone in the town.

“I was actually in shock and disbelief at first!” Mann exclaims. “But then I felt so grateful that we have such amazing people in our world that wanted to help us in our time of need.”

“Being a small town, it’s really hard getting noticed for events that take place here,” Dominguez explains. “For Ellen to reach out and help us means so much I can’t put it into words.”

With everyone’s generous donations and hard work, the Rockport-Fulton High School softball team was able to participate in the 2018 season. Hurricane Harvey caused a great deal of damage, but the team got through it and was even able to see the bright side of the circumstances.

“It was very emotional seeing our beautiful town look so awful and destroyed,” Galvan remembers. “But it made the community become united and very close with each other.”

Her father, Steven Galvan, shares his daughter’s positive point-of-view.

Dominguez, Mann and Galvan during their freshman season

“Hurricane Harvey really shook our community, but as we say here in Rockport, we are ‘Rockport Strong’ and the whole community helped each other,” he shares. “It really brought this community even closer.”

With everything that had happened and the loss of some of the team’s starters, not much was expected from the 2018 Lady Pirates. That did not stop Dominguez, Galvan and Mann from having the freshman season they had been dreaming of.

The three Softball Factory Alumni went an impressive 26-4 on the season and were crowned district champions, all starting the championship game in their respective positions.

“Last season was definitely one for the books!” Dominguez says with excitement. “We were strong, confident and had each other’s backs. No one knew how good Siarah really was until it was too late.”

The breakout season truly was special for Galvan. The ace pitcher even credits Hurricane Harvey with how their season played out.

“It was the most exciting thing that had ever happened to me,” she answers when asked how it felt to have the season the Lady Pirates did. “Our team was so pumped up and motivated to do our very best out there on the field for our town. Hurricane Harvey definitely had a big part in our success.”

“Our freshman season was so exciting!” Mann adds, also reflecting on the successful season that almost never was. “To play with my amazing teammates to starting at the position I love was a dream come true.”

Mann and Dominguez at a Softball Factory event

Dominguez, Galvan and Mann have all participated in numerous Softball Factory events, most recently the 2019 Softball Factory All-America Pre-Season Tournament.

“Being in the All-America games together was super, fun especially since we were on opposing teams,” Mann says. “For me and Mikey, this was our second time [at the Pre-Season Tournament] so it was that much sweeter, we became two-time All-Americans.

I loved the event and just having an amazing team who went undefeated, winning the tournament was just awesome! Other than the amazing coaching staff, I would have to say the overall experience is my favorite thing about Softball Factory and that is why I come back for more events.  You meet so many people and make these amazing friendships.  You also get to work with amazing coaches who teach you so much.”

Mann and Galvan

“To do something like that with Maddie and Siarah was so fun,” Dominguez agrees. We each loved being around different girls and watching each other play. The event was awesome! It was definitely worth it! Softball Factory always helps me build new friendships. I love all the new drills and tips I learn that I bring back to my team.”

Like her teammates, Galvan also continues to enjoy her time with Softball Factory and keeps coming back for more.

“It was so exciting to be able to share a really fun experience with such nice and fun people and I can’t wait for the next event to share with them.”

That next event will be the 2019 Atlanta Legacy Showcase in July.

Maddie Mann and Softball Factory director CJ Browder

“I look forward to playing with Mikey and Siarah on the same team at the Atlanta Legacy,” Mann shares. “We always play great together. So excited to share that experience with them, make more memories with them and with my other teammates as well. I am equally looking forward to working with the coaches and to seeing Coach CJ Browder! She has been a big supporter and its always great to be able to work with her.”

“I look forward to meeting new people again and competing together as a team,” says Galvan. “I also can’t wait to have a great time with amazing teammates.”

Whether it be at a Softball Factory event or on the field that almost kept the trio from playing their freshman season together, Dominguez, Galvan and Mann are so grateful to be able to continue to play the sport they live for.

“The thing I love the most about softball is the game,” Mann answers when asked what she loves most about her favorite sport. “Softball gives me the feeling of having a purpose.”

“I love the competition of the sport, and how you can see yourself grow as a player,” Galvan chimes in. “The adrenaline that you get once you get a great hit, or once you’ve thrown a great pitch.”

Of course, having each other, is also why they love softball so much.

“I love how all of us can be ourselves around each other,” Dominguez says. “I love how competitive we are. When I step on that field, I feel like I belong here, and I’m meant to be on that field to compete.”

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Softball Factory Athlete Haley Price

Softball Factory alum Haley Price has committed to taking her softball talents to Thomas University and is ecstatic to have the opportunity to continue building relationships in the softball community. As for Price, the sport is all about teamwork and creating a bond with those around you.

“The thing that I love about softball is that it isn’t an individual sport,” the Lodi High School senior catcher and outfielder shares. “It requires everyone on the team for us to be successful. With it requiring everyone on the team, it has helped me create close bonds and great friendships with many of girls that I have played with over the years.”

In fact, Price says that her future teammates and coaches at Thomas University are what drew her to committing to becoming a Thomas Nighthawk.

“What went into my decision of committing to Thomas University was the atmosphere in Thomasville,” she reveals. “I fell in love with the town and the people there. Another thing that went into my decision was the coaching staff and the girls that are on the team. I feel very comfortable with the coaching staff there, and the girls were very friendly and welcoming to me.”

This sense of feeling was welcomed and being a part of something special with others is also what the Lodi, Calif. native believes stood out the most from her experiences with Softball Factory.

“I like the family aspect and unity that Softball Factory provides,” Price, who has attended a Softball Factory College PREP Program in San Francisco, Calif. in March of 2018 and both the Under Armour Softball Factory Fall Classic and the Fall Classic National Showcase in November of the same year, answers when asked what she likes about Softball Factory the most. “The coaching staff is very motivational and friendly. The evaluations from my first tryout to my final tournament showed me my development and growth along with areas I need to continue improving on.”

To have the opportunity to continue her softball career with the Nighthawks is something that is very dear to Price.

“When I committed to Thomas University, it was very exciting and emotional for me,” she says. “It was emotional for me because it showed me that all my hard work, time and dedication has paid off. It also allows me to fulfill my goal for playing softball at the college level.”

Now, at that college level, Price will be able to build many more special relationships.

“The thing that I am looking forward to about attending Thomas University is that not only do I get to further my education to become a successful person later on in life, but at the same time I get to play the sport I love for another four years of my life,” she states. “Then, I also get the opportunity to meet so many new people and create new friendships while I am there.”

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For Softball Factory athlete Hayley Parrott, softball is many things.

It is an outlet for her to deal with any issues she is going through, a way to express herself, a motivator, a sport filled with life lessons and something that has created special friendships in her life. Most importantly for Parrott, softball is a blessing.

“Softball has, to me, been the one of the biggest blessings I have been given,” the 2019 shortstop and pitcher for Loretto High School shares. “I wouldn’t change it for anything.”

“People deal with their problems in many ways,” Parrott explains “softball was one of the main ways I dealt with the issues in my life. Softball helped me expressed myself in many ways. It showed me what hard work and dedication really is. Softball is the reason why I try my best to keep my grades up, because if I didn’t have good grades, I wouldn’t be able to play the game I love so much. Through all of the different teams I have been on, softball has really taught me what life is really like, how people can cheat, belittle you, try to make you think you are not good enough, but softball has really showed me that you do not need to care what other people think about you, you just do you. The other teams I have been on showed me that they are other people that have the same passion for the game as I do. Some of my really good friends in my life, I have met through softball. “

The Leoma, Tenn. native is delighted to have the opportunity to continue her journey with the sport that has played such a major role in shaping her into who she is today, as she has committed to taking her talents to Walters State.

Parrott has attended multiple Softball Factory events, including an Under Armour Softball Factory College PREP Program in Lebanon, Tenn. in April of 2017, the Softball Factory World Series in June of that same year and the 2018 Softball Factory All-America Pre-Season Tournament last January, and  believes Softball Factory has been a tool that benefited her greatly in the recruiting process and something that assisted in elevating her game.

“Softball Factory has been the most helpful program into showing me what colleges are looking for in a player,” she says. “They have helped me improve my skills, mentally and physically, as a player. The events are really unique because you get the opportunity to play with softball players from all over the United States, you get to connect with different people and develop friendships that will last forever. Softball Factory has also led me to get the chance to play with team South Carolina, coached by Dave and Leah Majeski, which was an awesome experience.”

“Since I have been a part of Softball Factory, all of the different skills they have introduced have really increased my game performance,” Parrot continues. “What I have learned is you do not need to take things for granted, you need to give it your all and put everything you have forward every time you walk on the field. Softball Factory showed me what it takes for you to be a college athlete, they helped me figure out to see if I had what it takes and if I had the work ethic to become a college athlete.”

Parrott is eager to continue to sharpen her softball skills at the next level and views joining the Lady Senators as a way to do just that.

“Walter State stood out to me because the coaches do not give into irrelevant excuses,” Parrott said. “They put everything they have to make their players the best they can be. They expect their players to give everything they have, nothing less. The coaches are genuine good people. Walter State just seemed to be the right fit for me in many ways.”

Parrott welcomes being pushed from her coaches to continue to work hard with open arms and takes pride in the amount of effort she gives to the sport that means so much to her. In fact, her dedication is what she believes helped her earn Most Valuable Player honors at the 2018 Softball Factory All-America Pre-Season Tournament in Conroe, Texas.

“I honesty was not expecting that at all,” she answers when asked how it felt to be crowned MVP of the event. “I did not think that I even compared to all of the incredible players I had the chance to play with. Winning MVP really showed how hard I have worked to improve my game. It gave me a boost of confidence that I did not have before and showed me that I am good enough.”

The future Lady Senator is set to return to the event that gave her that boost of confidence and take part in the upcoming 2019 Softball Factory All-America Pre-Season Tournament on January 18th.

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January 12-13, 201
Miss Sarasota Softball Complex – Sarasota, FL
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* PLEASE NOTE: Players written up on the scouting blog were identified by our scouting staff based on the demonstration of notable tool(s) and/or skill(s). While WE DO NOT KEEP STATS, we are watching for standout performers on the mound, at the plate, in the field and on the bases. However, a performance WITHOUT the presence of requisite tool(s) and/or skill(s) IS NOT considered standout — we are looking for players with the tool(s) and/or skill(s) to play beyond the high school level.

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American Freedom Express Futures

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2 Corinne Van Cleef SS/3B / R/R 2025 Centennial Burleson TX
3 Morgan Allen RHP / R/R 2023 Guyer Denton TX
5 Bree Todman 1B/OF / R/L 2023 V R Eaton Fort Worth TX
7 Julia Bidan LHP / L/L 2022 Richardson Richardson TX
9 Abby Hammett IF/OF / R/R 2023 Aubrey Krugerville TX
10 Mya Gonzales C / R/R 2023 Keller North Richland Hills TX
11 Risa Bollinger OF / SL/L 2022 Keller Keller TX
18 Lindsey Smith C/OF / R/R 2023 Keller Keller TX
22 Emily Legg 2B/SS / R/R 2023 Keller Keller TX
25 Brooke Usrey C/IF / R/R 2023 Redwater Maude TX
27 Lillyan Hernandez OF/2B / SL/R 2022 Robinson Robison TX
34 Isabella Huidor OF/IF / R/R 2022 Centennial Frisco TX
72 Brooklyn Purtell RHP/1B / R/R 2022 Liberty Frisco TX

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1 Alana Delagarza OF/1B 5'9"/110 R/R 2024 Lakewood Ranch Sarasota FL
2 Avery Arrington OF 5'0"/100 R/R 2023 Sarasota Sarasota FL
3 Haley Holderman OF 5'5"/110 R/R 2023 Riverview Sarasota FL
5 Addisyn Schweid OF 5'8"/100 R/R 2023 Sarasota Sarasota FL
6 Ryleigh Bennett RHP/LHP 5'7"/100 R/R 2023 Sarasota Sarasota FL
9 Alexandria Fitzgerald C/1B 5'4"/100 R/R 2024 Charlotte Punta Gorda FL
11 Jaydan Baker C/1B 5'6"/110 R/R 2023 Sarasota Sarasota FL
12 Christina Bowser 1B/3B 5'4"/110 R/R 2024 Sarasota Sarasota FL
18 Erin McIntyre RHP 5'2"/100 R/R 2024 North River Bradenton FL
19 Brooke Strickland RHP 5'10"/115 R/R 2023 North River Parrish FL
33 Olivia Ryan C/SS 5'7"/90 R/R 2023 Lakewood Ranch Bradenton FL
44 Madison Kinkade SS/3B 5'5"/100 R/R 2023 Lemon Bay Englewood FL

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16U Participating Teams

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Clearwater Bullets – Wilkes

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0 Alexis Barber 2B/C 5'4"/135 R/R 2023 Seven Springs Trinity FL
1 Alexsandra Wilkes 2B/OF 4'11"/98 R/R 2023 Ben Hill Tampa FL
2 Jadyn Wright OF/SS 5'7"/120 L/R 2022 Hernando Brooksville FL
4 Ashley Mantei LF 5'5"/140 L/L 2022 Steinbrenner Odessa FL
7 Jordan Sheets RHP/OF 5'6"/165 R/R 2022 River Ridge Port Richey FL
10 Abbee Klinefelter C/CF 5'3"/140 R/L 2023 Clearwater Fundamental School Clearwater FL
13 Peyton Hoffman OF/3B 5'9"/130 R/R 2022 Countryside Seminole FL
17 Reese Wimberly RHP/CF 5'7"/125 R/R 2022 Sickles Tampa FL
19 Jocelyn Wilkes C/SS 5'5"/165 R/R 2022 Gaither Tampa FL
33 Megan Loughren 3B/SS 5'5"/135 R/R 2023 Mother Theresa Tampa FL
42 Ashley Altman LHP/1B 5'6"/150 L/L 2022 Mitchell New Port Richey FL

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Tampa Bay Pride

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1 Mackayla Campbell OF/1B 5'2"/150 R/R 2021 Jefferson Tampa FL
2 Aleah Killebrew OF/IF 5'2"/124 R/R 2021 Zephryhills Zephryhills FL
3 Keren Contreras C/2B 5'2"/130 R/R 2020 Lake Gibson Lakeland FL
6 Mikayla Hoschak LHP/1B 5'9"/155 L/L 2021 Sunlake Land O Lakes FL
9 Lauren Wolf 2B/OF 5'2"/125 SL/R 2020 Anclote New Port Richey FL
11 Brielle Bender 3B/RHP 5'9"/150 R/R 2020 Largo Belleair FL
12 Gaige Timson 1B/OF 5'10"/195 R/R 2020 Villages Charter Summerfield FL
13 Michala Haggins OF/2B 5'3"/135 R/L 2020 Mulberry Lakeland FL
15 Angie Badalament SS/3B 5'8"/132 R/R 2020 Grace Christian Plant City FL
20 Eliyana Vargas OF/IF 5'2"/125 R/R 2021 Leto Tampa FL
27 Paige Lassiter RHP/OF 5'4"/130 SW/R 2021 Tampa Catholic Tampa FL
28 Breanna Holland SS/2B 5'1"/115 L/R 2022 Riverdale Ft.myers FL

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Clearwater Bombers – Karl

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0 Carmen Perez C/1B 5'7"/145 R/R 2020 Boca Ciega St Petersburg FL
1 Alyssa Gennaro CF/OF 5'3"/130 R/R 2019 Gaither Tampa FL
3 Sarah Perciavalle 2B/SS 5'6"/135 R/R 2020 Bmchs Lutz FL
7 Jaelyn Flynn CF/IF 5'5"/135 R/R 2020 Pinellas Park Pinellas Park FL
10 Bridget Heslin 3B/C 5'3"/130 R/R 2019 Gaither Tampa FL
14 Madison Edwards RHP/1B 5'4"/140 R/R 2019 Lake Gibson Lakeland FL
15 Lauren Robledo 3B/C 5'4"/140 R/R 2020 Lennard Ruskin FL
16 Emma Blatchley 2B/3B 5'4"/120 SL/R 2021 Palm Harbor University Palm Harbor FL
17 Ashley Darakjian CF/OF 5'6"/145 R/R 2019 Lyman Longwood FL
18 Kendyl Brahler CF/RF 5'5"/125 SL/R 2019 Lakewood Ranch Bradenton FL Univ. of Tampa
24 Camryn Sumner LHP/1B 5'3"/130 L/L 2020 Northside Christian St Petersburg FL
33 Kimmy Singer SS/C 5'3"/110 SL/R 2019 Palm Harbour University Clearwater FL
33 Taylor Tremmel RF/CF 5'7"/125 R/R 2019 Gaither Tampa FL Pasco Hernando State College
42 Lindsey Maresca 1B/2B 5'9"/150 R/R 2019 Newsome Valrico FL
55 Justice McCranie RHP/SS 5'5"/140 R/R 2020 Pinellas Hs Largo FL
55 Jolie Miracle C/RF 5'5"/135 L/R 2020 Sickles Tampa FL

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Palm Beach Bandits

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0 Kyra Ward LHP/OF 5'9"/140 L/L 2020 South Fork Stuart FL
1 Linda Rosado 1B/OF 5'4"/130 SL/L 2020 Treasure Coast Port St Lucie FL
3 Celine Cundiff SS/2B 5'5"/125 R/R 2019 Centennial Port St Lucie FL
7 Alycia Celia 5'4"/120 SL/R 2019 Santaluces Greenacres FL Webber International
8 Rosie Tomas OF/2B 5'6"/125 L/R 2020 Stjohn Paul Wellington FL
9 Alexis Hobbs C 5'4"/129 R/R 2022 Martin County Palm City FL
12 Kristen Pulvister RHP/3B 5'6"/180 R/R 2020 Vero Beach Port St Lucie FL
18 Sumer Baker OF 5'5"/120 SL/R 2019 Okeechobee Port St Lucie FL
26 Paige Bogatz OF/2B 5'3"/120 R/R 2020 Pb Central Boca Raton FL
37 Ashley Anderson OF 5'5"/130 R/R 2022 South Fork Hobe Sound FL
42 Hailey Jones C 5'6"/166 R/R 2019 Centennial Port St Lucie FL Webber International
99 Tamara Rivera 2B/3B 5'4"/160 R/R 2021 Treasure Coast Port St Lucie FL

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5 Madison Stauffer OF/1B 5'8"/145 R/R 2020 East Lake Palm Harbor FL
6 Katherine Gunther OF/2B 5'9"/140 R/R 2019 Palm Harbor University Palm Harbor FL Franklin and Marshall
7 Rhianna Holton 3B/RF 5'6"/175 R/R 2020 Cypress Lake Ft. Myers FL
10 Emily Kolwicz SS/OF 5'9"/132 R/R 2019 Springstead Spring Hill FL
11 Brianna Duttry 2B/C 5'5"/145 R/R 2019 Dunedin Clearwater FL
15 Faith Bruce RHP/2B 5'4"/115 R/R 2020 Southeast Sarasota FL Piedmont College
17 Nicole Steiniger C/2B 5'7"/155 R/R 2019 East Lake Tarpon Springs FL
21 Gina Silvestri RF/C 5'4"/155 L/R 2020 South Ft. Myers Ft Myers FL
23 Madelyn Walther 1B/RF 6'0"/150 R/R 2019 Fr. Myers Senior Ft.myers FL
27 Autumn Hebel RHP/3B 5'3"/170 R/R 2019 George Jenkins Lakeland FL
34 Haley Saylor CF/OF 5'6"/135 R/R 2020 Admiral Farragut Academy Clearwater FL
55 Morgan Bourdeau RHP/1B 5'11"/ R/R 2019 Sunlake Land O Lakes FL
74 Brianna Staley RHP/OF 5'8"/200 R/R 2020 Clearwater Clearwater FL

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Quicksilver 18u

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3 Mackenzie Williams C/IF / R/R 2020 Sarasota Sarasota FL
6 Aleacia Anges SS/RHP / R/R 2020 Sarasota Sarasota FL
9 Emily Guerry CF/OF / R/L
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Softball Factory coach Dave Majeski has been named the head coach of the Polish National Softball Team! We caught up with Coach to talk about this exciting opportunity to make a big dream of his come true.

  1. How did being named the Polish National Team Coach come about? What led you to be named the Head Coach?

At our Softball Factory event in Vero Beach, FL on an adjacent field, I watched the Chinese National team training with American coaches. Being of Polish descent, I researched the teams and leagues in Poland and made contact with the President of Baseball and Softball. That led to numerous interviews and Skype calls and eventually my hiring onto the team. After discussions with the Polish Olympic Council, I was named the Head Coach of the 19U and 22U National teams and will assist on the senior team.

2. How do you recruit players for the team? What is the process of selecting players?

In February, I will travel to Poland for 7-to-8 days and travel to four different cities where the biggest softball clubs practice. There, I will assess the current players and their talent, as well as instruct all coaches and players on how to progress. After evaluating, instructing, and coaching, I will return to the United States. Currently, I am getting the word out about the opportunity for American players to play for Poland. If they are of Polish descent and can document their heritage, they may be able to play for the Polish National team with the goal of qualifying for the 2020 Olympic games in Tokyo.

3. How long will you be in Poland for training?

Ideally, I would move to Poland and train the players year-round. With my career and my daughters’ schedules, that isn’t realistic for me. The current plan is for me to spend a week or so in February evaluating the entire country’s talent. I will possibly return in May to reassess the progress of the teams. In July/August, I will be there for approximately three weeks with the teams competing in the European Cup World Championships.

  1. What are specific goals you have in mind as the Head Coach.

My short-term goal is to raise the current talent level of all the existing teams, win the European Cup and qualify for the Olympics. Long-term, my goals are to raise the participation numbers of the sport nationwide, raise the level of instruction, and raise the love of the game in general.

  1. What are you most excited about heading into this experience?

I am most excited about possibly competing in the Olympics and representing Poland. I had a good collegiate career in the baseball world and was not invited to the USA Olympic trials as a player. Now I have the ability and chance to make my dreams come true.

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Softball Factory alum Tayler Ramos has been feeling a boost of confidence lately, and with good reason, as she has committed to playing softball for the University of North Carolina Greensboro Spartans.

“It is very exciting, I was very proud of myself and felt like a huge weight was lifted off my shoulders,” the Lake Brantley High School senior replies when asked how it felt to commit to becoming a future Spartan.  “I think my confidence went up too.”

The Apopka, Fla. native will be the first to admit she has struggled with being shy in the past, and credits Softball Factory as something that helped her overcome being timid at times.

“I am not afraid to get to know new people and teammates,” Ramos answers when asked what she has learned from her experiences with Softball Factory. “That had been a problem for me in the past because I can be really shy. Now I enjoy learning new things and stepping out of my comfort zone more since the coaches at Softball Factory pushed me more and made me rely on my skills more.”

Ramos was able to take being pushed out of her comfort zone and grow.

“I am a shortstop and I learned to cover second base better than I had before,” she says. “Also, I take the throw down at a different angle now, which really has helped me.”

The 2019 shortstop attended an Under Armour National Tryout in Orlando, Fla. in January of 2017, the Under Armour Softball Factory Fall Classic in Savannah, GA 10 months later and was named MVP at the 2017 Softball Factory Christmas Camp and Tournament a month after that. It is safe to say she has made the most of her Softball Factory experiences and did not let her shyness get in the way of building new and important relationships.

“I met many teammates who I’m still friends with today,” she recalls. “I enjoyed learning to work together as a team and I think it is an important factor in this sport.  I also learned to communicate better with my teammates on the field.”

The friendships that she has made from softball are one of the many things she loves about the sport.

Ramos at age 12, the only girl playing on the All-Star Team for West Seminole Baseball

“I love the competitiveness of the game, the fast nature of the game, and the friendships I have made,” Ramos, who played baseball from ages four to 13 before making the switch to softball, says. “It’s like another family and we rely on each other for many things.”

Along with getting to know her teammates, Ramos also lists the organization of drills, the fast pace of learning and the “great coaching staff” as factors that made her time with Softball Factory so enjoyable.

Two of those coaches, Dave and Leah Majeski, have made a huge difference in her softball career.

“Coach Dave and Coach Leah are so welcoming,” Ramos states. “Coach Dave is very funny. And so easy going. He really cares about everyone and is extremely fair. I respect Coach Leah so much because I know she was a great softball player at Alabama. That’s the school where I initially wanted to play softball, so I respect her a lot. I traveled from Florida to South Carolina to play on their travel softball team, Team South Carolina. I enjoyed that time and hope to be able to do it again during the summer of 2019 because they were great teams. You learn so much, yet the whole environment is just laid back because of Coach Dave and Coach Leah.”

The respect and admiration between the Majeskis’ and Ramos is mutual.

Ramos with Coach Leah Majeski and her fellow Softball Factory athletes

“I met Tayler about a year ago when she was on my 18U team in Savannah at the Fall Classic,” Coach Leah Majeski remembers. “I was instantly impressed with the way she moved on defense. As I coached her over the next few days, I got to know her personality and work ethic and realized she was a wonderful kid with a really awesome family. I invited her to join my travel ball team for the next summer in hopes that I could fine-tune her even more and help with her recruiting journey.”

Majeski would indeed go on to help Ramos with her recruiting journey.

“Even though UNCG contacted me before Softball Factory, Coach Dave Majeski and Coach Leah Majeski went above and beyond to give insight on my skills to UNCG coaches and encourage the commitment decision,” the future Criminal Justice major reveals. “They also encouraged the coaches to come and see me play at the summer tournaments. I really love Coach Dave and Coach Leah. They really had an impact on my softball life and boosted my confidence. “

Ramos at bat for Lake Brantley High School

Ramos is excited to take the next step in her softball career and is looking forward to putting on the UNCG blue and gold.

“I really liked all of the coaches when I went to a camp and visited the campus,” Tayler said. “I also knew a few of the girls who were there, and everyone was very welcoming, and it felt so comfortable. It felt like this was to be my college home and softball team from the beginning. The campus was beautiful and very different from Florida. “

Coach Leah Majeski also looks forward to seeing Ramos on the field as a Spartan.

“After spending the past summer and fall with Tayler, I can say without a doubt that she is an extremely driven ball player, a great teammate and I know she will be a big asset to UNCG,” she shares. “I can’t wait to see her play at the next level!”

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As we wrap 2018, we would like to take time to congratulate Softball Factory’s National Showcase and Tournament Director, Ty Rietkovich on recently celebrating five years of the Under Armour Softball Factory National Showcase! For the last five years, the showcase series has helped provide elite travel softball teams from around the country with the opportunity to receive maximum exposure to college recruiters.

We recently spoke with Ty to learn more about the history of the series, coming aboard with Softball Factory and the future of the events.

Softball Factory: Our Showcase Series has a long history that predates the Factory. How did the series get started and how did the series come to Softball Factory?

Ty Rietkovich: In 2006, I started the Southern Star Softball Showcases in Savannah, Georgia as an alternative to some of the exclusive events that were being run at that time. I wanted a place for any team to come and play in front of college coaches. With the help of several local college coaches, we launched the events with a lot of success. Later we expanded to Clermont, Florida and Atlanta, Georgia.

In 2013, Factory Athletics added these events and myself to the Softball division as a way of enhancing the recruiting aspect, in addition to building its brand in the travel softball world.

Our main purpose was (and is) to increase the number of players brought in to the Factory for potential involvement in other areas such as the Under Armour National Tryout Tour, the College PREP program, and Player Development events as well as increase awareness of the recruiting help we can provide a student-athlete.

SF: With the partnership in 2013, there has been significant growth in the showcase series to get more teams involved and more players in front of college recruiters. Tell us about that.

TR: In 2013 and 2014, we ran a total of three events, hosted 126 teams and approximately 1,386 players. Just three years later, we ran 13 events, hosted 363 teams and approximately 4,004 players. Of those, almost 1,000 of them were written up on our blog and identified as potential college players.

In 2019 we will run 15 events including one of the most prestigious USA Softball events, the Futures Cup in July.

SF: Why is the Softball Factory Showcase Series considered one of the best events in the country?

TR: Our Softball Factory National Showcases are the only events in the country where every player on every team is guaranteed to be seen by a college coach. Our Recruiting Blog is filled with comments directly from college softball coaches and the only one on the market. We are the only showcase with notes on the top players for them to share and for other college coaches to see what they might have missed. We say these are the only events with residual value for the players once they leave and go home.

SF: What is the importance for athletes who participate in these events?

TR: We run controlled events with all fields in a close proximity that allows for every coach and every player to be easily seen. We place college coaches on every field to watch the athletes and notate the top players. In this world of “BIG BOX” showcases that take unlimited teams and place them on fields miles and sometimes, even hours apart, all our athletes know they can and will be seen by college coaches who are present, and they won’t be stuck on the “bad” or “far away” fields.

SF: Where do you see the showcase series going in the future?

TR: Within the next five years, we hope to expand our footprint into some areas of the country we aren’t currently in, such as the Northeast, West Texas, and add an additional West Coast event. As well, we plan in 2019 to implement a testing program to gather measurable strengths and skills of our players and make that information readily available for college recruiters. We are working on plans to implement clinics in conjunction with our event that players could attend and receive instruction from top college coaches.

Our goal is within five years to again double the amount of athletes we are introducing to the Softball Factory and the opportunities we possess through our company.

To view the 2019 schedule for the Under Armour Softball Factory National Showcase & Tournament Series, please visit: http://www.softballfactory.com/showcases/ to learn more!

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December 1-2, 2018
Scrap Yard Sports Complex – Conroe, TX
Schedule & Scores

* PLEASE NOTE: Players written up on the scouting blog were identified by our scouting staff based on the demonstration of notable tool(s) and/or skill(s). While WE DO NOT KEEP STATS, we are watching for standout performers on the mound, at the plate, in the field and on the bases. However, a performance WITHOUT the presence of requisite tool(s) and/or skill(s) IS NOT considered standout — we are looking for players with the tool(s) and/or skill(s) to play beyond the high school level.

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14U Participating Teams

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Aces Express Jacoby

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# Name Pos Ht/Wt B/T YOG School Hometown St College
3 Ashtyn Aldrete OF/1B 5'5"/111 R/R 2022 Deer Park Deer Park TX
4 Isabela Rodriguez RHP/SS 4'10"/ L/L 2023 Clear Creek League City TX
7 Karolyn Carter RHP/1B 5'0"/ R/R 2022 Needville Needville TX
9 Tauryn Alexander C/3B 5'5"/140 R/R 2022 Tompkins Fulshear TX
10 Alexis Hope C/3B 4'8"/ R/R 2023 Clear Springs Dickinson TX
13 Jessica (Blakely) Haynie SS/OF 5'7"/108 R/R 2022 Tompkins Fulshear TX
19 Kaylin Jansky C/2B 5'1"/ R/R Clute TX
24 Adelyn (Addy) Prasifka RHP/OF 5'8"/130 R/R 2022 Clear Lake Houston TX
25 Danielle Zarate RHP/1B 5'1"/195 R/R 2022 Cypress Lakes Houston TX
27 Viviana Vargas 2B/OF 4'10"/ R/R Missouri City TX
49 Maddie Cummings 2B/OF 5'0"/ R/R 2022 Foster Richmond TX
77 Grace Gonzalez 2B/OF 4'10"/ L/L 2022 Pearland Pearland TX
99 Ambrie Williams RHP/3B 5'0"/ R/R 2022 Baytown Sterling Baytown TX

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American Thunder – Smith

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# Name Pos Ht/Wt B/T YOG School Hometown St College
1 Mya Savant 1B/OF 5'5"/150 L/L 2022 West Columbia West Columbia TX
3 Madelynn Nichols 3B/OF 5'4"/150 R/R 2023 Brazoswood Lake Jackson TX
8 Kaelyn Kopecky OF/IF 5'2"/120 SW/R 2023 Bay City Bay City TX
11 Tyra Jackson RHP/LHP 5'5"/112 SW/R 2023 Brazoswood Lake Jackson TX
12 Kamryn Hammond SS/2B 5'4"/122 R/R 2022 Angleton Angleton TX
19 Sarah Koobs C/1B 5'7"/135 R/R 2022 Brazoswood Lake Jackson TX
22 Samantha McKnight RHP/1B 5'8"/240 R/R 2023 Sweeny Sweeny TX
23 Arianna Cantu LF/SS 5'0"/119 R/R 2022 Brazoswood Richwood TX
24 Amara Martinez OF/2B 4'11"/116 R/R 2023 Brazosport Freeport TX
33 Chloe Rodriguez RF/OF 5'3"/140 R/R 2022 Bay City Bay City TX
42 Alana Yadov LHP/1B 5'5"/130 L/L 2023 Angleton Angleton TX

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CO Diamonds Red

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# Name Pos Ht/Wt B/T YOG School Hometown St College
2 Mary Kitch C/3B 5'3"/100 R/R 2022 Columbine Littleton CO
3 Alyiah Orozco SS/1B 5'5"/104 R/R 2023 Bear Creek Lakewood CO
4 Isabel Musarra SS/2B 5'2"/110 R/R 2022 D'evelyn Littleton CO
6 Kamryn Spear RHP/2B 5'5"/120 R/R 2022 Thunder Ridge Highlands Ranch CO
7 Lauren Dynda OF/2B 5'4"/98 R/R 2022 Dakota Ridge Morrison CO
10 Ashayla Cummings IF/OF 5'4"/105 R/R 2022 Columbine Littleton CO
13 Savannah Waldrop 3B/OF 5'9"/140 R/R 2022 Columbine Littleton CO
15 Abigale Washco RHP/OF 5'5"/128 R/R 2022 Chatfield Littleton CO
16 Cadence Warner RHP/1B 5'4"/135 R/R 2022 Columbine Littleton CO
18 Madison Delima OF/OF 5'4"/125 R/R 2022 Chatfield Littleton CO

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Diamond Fury Elite

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# Name Pos Ht/Wt B/T YOG School Hometown St College
1 Caylee Berg 3B/OF 5'5"/140 R/R 2023 Brazoswood Lake Jackson TX
2 Riley Davila CF/2B 5'3"/120 L/R 2023 Angleton Angleton TX
4 Peyton Tanner RHP/3B 5'5"/120 R/R 2024 Brazoswood Lake Jackson TX
9 Amy Abke RHP/3B 5'6"/140 R/R 2023 Seven Lakes Katy TX
15 Allison Moore OF/2B 5'0"/110 L/R 2024 Katy Katy TX
17 Karli Glaze C/3B 5'6"/165 R/R 2023 Angleton Angleton TX
18 Emma Wingate C/OF 5'4"/125 R/R 2023 Seven Lakes Katy TX
24 Cady Bowyer 1B/OF 5'7"/135 R/R 2023 Tompkins Katy TX
27 Gabbie Roundtree OF/1B 5'2"/120 R/R 2023 Pearland Pearland TX
28 Jade Bubke SS/OF 5'4"/125 R/R 2024 The Woodlands The Woodlands TX
85 Lydia Njus C/1B 5'5"/130 R/R 2023 Pearland Pearland TX
88 Baileigh Burtis RHP/SS 5'6"/130 R/R 2024 Friendswood Friendswood TX
99 Alyssa Medrano 2B/OF 5'2"/140 R/R 2023 Kempner Houston TX

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Oklahoma Blaze 14u

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# Name Pos Ht/Wt B/T YOG School Hometown St College
0 Sophie Goodwin SS/RHP 5'4"/120 R/R 2025 Moore Moore OK
2 Magee McGaunn C/3B 4'1"/86 R/R 2026 Hydro-eakly Hydro OK
6 McKenzie Edwards 3B/SS 5'3"/150 R/R 2022 Moore Moore OK
7 Ireland Riley 2B/SS 4'5"/90 SL/R 2025 Guthrie Grove OK
14 Dusti Roberts RHP/1B 5'3"/160 L/R 2024 Mustang Yukon OK
17 McKenzie Gregory OF/RHP 4'6"/90 R/R 2025 Moore Oklahoma City OK
19 Olivia Kite 2B/OF 4'7"/90 R/R 2023 Moore Oklahoma City OK
23 Abbi Pefferman OF/1B 5'5"/130 R/R 2023 Bishop Mcguinness Edmond OK
27 Shiloh Roberson 1B/RHP 5'5"/150 R/R 2023 Blanchard Blanchard OK
51 Casey Williams 1B/C 5'4"/115 R/R 2025 Moore Moore OK
79 McKenna Tucker SS/RHP 5'3"/130 R/R 2024 Guthrie Guthrie OK

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TAPOUT Fastpitch – OK

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# Name Pos Ht/Wt B/T YOG School Hometown St College
7 Elle Rouse 2B/CF 5'4"/120 R/R 2023 Crossings Christian Edmond OK
8 Marlee Warden CF/RHP 5'8"/120 R/R 2022 Yukon Yukon OK
9 Bristin Hayes C/SS 4'10"/125 R/R 2023 Tecumseh Tecumseh OK
10 Abygail Clark SS/C 5'6"/120 R/R 2023 Sulphur Sulphur OK
11 Madison Montgomery 3B/RHP 5'7"/120 R/R 2023 Yukon Yukon OK
13 Lauryn Cottrell RHP/2B 5'8"/120 R/R 2022 Mustang Mustang OK
14 Allison Gossett 1B/3B 5'8"/150 R/R 2023 Moore Oklahoma City OK
17 Logan Barber RHP/1B 5'4"/150 R/R 2022 Elmore City-pernell Elmore City OK
23 Katie Duffy-Relf RF/LF 5'5"/120 R/R 2021 Putnam City North Oklahoma City OK
25 Brooklyn Knight LF/RF 5'2"/110 R/R 2023 Westmoore Oklahoma City OK
35 Ainsley Williams SS/RHP 5'4"/120 R/R 2023 Edmond Sante Fe Edmond OK

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Texas Blaze HTX Brege

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# Name Pos Ht/Wt B/T YOG School Hometown St College
0 Laela Sanchez OF/IF 5'4"/120 L/L 2023 Brazoswood Lake Jckson TX
1 Breeanna Brege RHP/OF 5'3"/150 R/R 2024 Brazoswood Lake Jackson TX
2 Jazzy Soliz 1B/OF 5'2"/120 R/R 2024 Brazoswood Lake Jackson TX
4 Rebecca Duarte RHP/3B 5'6"/120 L/R 2023 Brazoswood Lake Jackson TX
10 Gracie Price 1B/3B 5'4"/120 R/R 2023 Brazoswood Lake Jackson TX
13 Gabby Gee LF/IF 5'4"/120 R/R 2023 West Columbia West Columbia TX
19 Katelyn Lewis OF/C 4'10"/100 R/R 2024 West Columbia West Columbia TX
27 Kylee Johnson SS/2B 5'2"/110 L/R 2023 Brazoswood Lake Jackson TX
30 Aylissa Lewis C/OF 5'2"/110 R/R 2024 West Columbia West Columbia TX
34 Jenna Penn RHP/1B 5'2"/110 R/R 2024 Danbury Danbury TX
36 Katelin Arnold CF/SS 5'6"/110 R/R 2023 West Columbia West Columbia TX
42 Zoe Braun 3B/SS 5'5"/120 R/R 2023 Brazoswood Lake Jackson TX

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16U Participating Teams

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American Thunder – Cothern

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American Thunder – Pina

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Dallas Tigers 16u Vasquez

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1 Karina Rodriguez OF/RHP 5'3"/103 R/R 2022 Nimitz Irving TX
2 Mirella Manzo RHP/1B 5'6"/140 R/R 2021 North Forney Forney TX
4 Tabitha Jackson 1B/RHP 5'7"/143 R/R 2022 Bishop Lynch Grand Prairie TX
7 Gabriela Quintanilla SS/IF 5'7"/125 R/R 2021 Bishop Lynch Grand Prairie TX
8 Naizllet Ibarra OF/IF
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