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Dedication to John Tripi
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Staying Healthy Paying Off For Maldonado

 

Keep it going Des!  Leading the team in BA at .317 and second on the team in RBI's Des is showing everyone what she can do when healthy.  The slick fielding middle infielder is a Junior and member of the original Battery Lightning team that paved the way and started it all!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Kalet Lenart using her pitch variety to make an immediate impact!

 

 

SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. (April 9, 2014) – Kalet Lenart tossed a complete game shutout to help the Edinboro softball team collect an 8-0 win in the second half of a PSAC West doubleheader at Slippery Rock on Wednesday afternoon, finishing the day with a split. The Rock came out on top in the first game by a score of 3-0. The Fighting Scots improve to 8-12 on the season and 3-5 in PSAC West play with the win, while Slippery Rock sits at 9-12 and 5-3 in the conference. Edinboro matched its win total of eight victories from last season with the triumph. 
 

Brooke Callaghan
Brooke Callaghan
 

Lenart (5-4) picked up her first career shutout in the circle, working all six innings and allowing three hits, while fanning a career-high seven batters and walking none.

The freshman pitcher received plenty of run support from her team, as the Fighting Scots used a big third inning to propel them to victory.

Edinboro got the offense going early, taking a 1-0 lead in the first inning when Haley Struebing reached on an error, scoring Brenna Cosgrove.

Cosgrove extended the Fighting Scot lead to 2-0 in the second inning, plating Kylie Mason with an infield single.

In the third inning, Brooke Callaghan crossed the plate after an error by The Rock's catcher, before Mason followed with an RBI double to left field, scoring Shelby Proctor and giving Edinboro a 4-0 lead.

After Laura Crooks  walked with the bases loaded to stretch the Scots' lead to five runs, Cosgrove drove in Mason once again on a fielder's choice, putting Edinboro on top by a score of 6-0.

Lenart would retire nine Slippery Rock batters in a row, before the Edinboro offense added some insurance runs in the top of the sixth frame.
 With two outs in the inning, Brooke Callaghan and Haley Struebing poked back-to-back singles.

Proctor knocked in both runners with a two-run single to center field in the next at-bat, extending the Edinboro lead to 8-0.

Lenart sent down The Rock's hitters in order in the bottom of the frame, sealing the victory for the Scots.

 

Fighting Scots Carve Split at Seton Hill

Edinboro pitcher Kalet Lenart stranded three Griffin runners in the bottom of the seventh inning, capping a complete game victory for the Scots.
Lenart improved to 4-4 on the season, tossing all seven innings and allowing just one run on eight hits, while striking out one batter and walking three

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lacey Clark is off and running at Hofstra!  Watch this video interview with Bill Edward's after a recent double header. 

Keep working hard Lacey!!!

 

 

 

Hempstead, N.Y. – Hofstra freshman designated player/infielder Lacey Clark was named the Colonial Athletic Association’s Rookie of the Week for the period ending April 6.

Clark batted .385 with a .769 slugging percentage and .429 on-base percentage in Hofstra’s 5-1 week. In her four games, she scored two runs and drove in five, including her second career home run against Delaware State. The award marks the first career CAA honors for the first-year right-handed hitter.

Clark started at first base against Fordham and played second against both Delaware State and UNCW while also serving as the DP in the opener of a doubleheader versus the Seahawks. The Victor, N.Y. product is hitting .304 with two home runs and 10 RBIs on the season.

In going 3-for-4 with a run scored versus UNCW, Clark notched her second career multi-hit game and the first time she logged three hits in a game. She also became one of three Hofstra players this season (joining sophomore Caryn Bailey and senior Tori Rocha) with four-RBI games in 2014.

Clark is currently on a three-game hitting streak and has reached base safely in those three games after having a six-game on-base streak earlier in the campaign.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Proud Battery Lightning Alumni:

 

Aidan Falk '14-  Michigan

 

Morgan Phillips '14-  St Bonaventure

 

Tess Andrews '14- Lemoyne

 

Kayla Kibling- University of Rochester

 

Lindsay Wachna '14- College at Brockport

 

Sam Broking '13- Albany

 

Lacey Clark '13- Hofstra

 

Mackenzie Cleary '13- St John's

 

Katherine Ghyzel '13- Arcadia

 

Des Gonzalez '13- St Bonaventure

 

Kalet Lenart '13- Edinboro

 

Kiera Lorenzo '13- St Bonaventure

 

Rosie Phillips '13- Cortland

 

Anna Valentine '13- RIT

 

Ali Van Giesen '13- Niagara

 

Katie Brennan '12- Geneseo

 

Teresa Clancy '12- Pittsburgh

 

Alyssa Dixon '12- RIT

 

Riley Johnson '12- Syracuse

 

Carly Pike '12- Nazareth

 

Leah Saavedra '12- Cortland

 

Brooke Keller '11- MCC

 

Maddie Reese '11 (Lightning '07-'09)-Iowa State

 

Des Maldonado '11- Niagara

 

Liana Casciani '10- Ithaca

 

Alyssa Davis '10- MCC

 

 

Meg Kane '10- MCC

 

 

Nina Korn '10- U of Rochester

 

Lia Locey '10- John Carroll

 

Kelsey McManus '10- RIT

 

Trish Pike '10- John Carroll 

 

***We have only just begun!  2010 was our 1st graduation class*** 

The evolution continues- Development, Stability, Results= Battery Lightning Softball!

 

 


 

 

At the Battery Lightning we are 100% about development and training.  Fast paced, well thought out and detailed workouts designed to make your athlete a better softball player.  We work with and talk to some of the best resources out there in the college ranks and are endorsed by them for our efforts.  From proper base running technique in all situations to very detailed form drills at all positions. Drills such as 2 Ball, Triangle Drill, 9 Point, Footwork, Glovework, Flips & Turns, Infield Action, Tandom Cuts, For Catchers- Proper Receiving/Blocking, Bow and Arrow, Duck Walk, Slap Hitter Drills... and the list goes on and on. We do this with our "top-down" training program meaning no matter which team your daughter plays on from 12U on up they get the same high level training and development.  Designed to develop kids for college level softball and benefit the HS programs our kids play for. 

                       

                

                      

                      

                                                           

 

Playing on a top organization is one thing, development and them making you a better and more prepared player is another.  Whether our players go on to play D-3 or sign D-2 or D-1 we are proud of them all.  Our job is to make them better, more prepared players and the results speak for themselves.

 

 


 

 

 

2014 Battery Lightning

Another season of getting better and having fun...dead ahead!!!

 

 

 

Battery Lightning Softball
"Working hard, playing hard and playing up!!!"

 

 

 

 


 

***Check out this nice endorsement from the Atlantic 10 Softball Blog.  Special thanks to this site and the many conferences and coaches recognizing the Battery Lightning players and all of their hard work.  We have had a tremendous amount of positive endorsements such as this over the last couple years including travel players from all over being pointed in our direction from coaches in the Big East, ACC, MAAC, A-10...  Big Thank You from the Battery Lightning organization!!!

 

http://atlantic10softball.blogspot.com/

 

Monday, April 29, 2013

Morgan Phillips verbals to St. Bonaventure

The Battery Lightning-St. Bonaventure connection continues as 2014 catcher Morgan Phillips has verballed to the Bonnies.

Phillips is a 2014 catcher who plays for the Battery Lightning and Cicero-North Syracuse High School. Phillips comes from an impressive high school and travel ball program and she should be an impressive addition to the Bonnies. Phillips is a right handed power hitter who should hit some long balls when she gets to Olean.
***The Battery Lightning is a fairly new travel ball program, but they have already had some impressive results. They have recently had players commit to Michigan, Syracuse, and Hofstra among others. The Battery Lightning recently had Kiera Lorenzo and Des Gonzalez sign with St. Bonaventure for next season. Phillips joins Josie Borysevicz in the Bonnies 2014 recruiting class.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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