- ALWAYS GIVE 100%, 100% of the time
- Attitude and Effort--- Only you can control them !
- Hard work beats talent, any time talent does not work hard!!!
- “Excuses are monuments of nothingness. They build bridges to nowhere.
- Those who use these tools of incompetence, seldom become anything but nothing at all.”
We are always looking for talented players who are committed !!!
If you are interested in playing at the next level;
Contact us for a personal tryout at (925) 876-4396 or at; firstname.lastname@example.org
Michelle Edwards is going to Chapman University in sunny Southern California. After being approached by Chapman at the 2012 Summer Showcase, Michelle went to visit the campus and decided that Chapman is where she wanted to go to school. Michelle is a very versatile player that always puts her team first and will do whatever she is asked, the ideal team player. An excellent student that will definitely have great success and should be an immediate impact player for the Panthers next year!
Kira Knight commits to Pace University: After visiting PACE University (NY) this fall, Kira really enjoyed it and stated she believed it to be the right fit for her. And to the delight of all involved committed to attend Pace University next year. Kira is an outstanding scholar athlete has been playing since she could remember and now has the opportunity to continue her softball career while getting an eduacation from one of the nation's most prestige schools. Good luck Kira and "Go Setters!"
Sarah Reynolds Verbals to Trinity College Sarah visited several schools this fall in search of a perfect fit before deciding to commit to Trininty College( CT). She loved the campus and the coaching staff. Trinity offers her an opportunity to study abroad while continuing to play softball. Good luck Sarah!!!
Alex Andreotti committs to Linfield College: After offers from several schools Alex has decided to commit to Linfield College, OR. Alex loves the atmosphere of the campus and what the school has to offer. She did not want to move too far away from home and feels that Lindfield will be the right fit for her. She is anxious to help LAdy Liberty to a successful 2013 Summer Season before moving on to her next challenge. "Go Cats!"
Lady Liberty Players taking the JUCO route to the next level..............
Bella Faleafine, Shannon Mestas & Aleyna Benipayo have committed to attend Solano College and play softball while continuing their dream of obtaining a higher education. These three represented the best of the DVAL, all three were selected as First Team All League.
Adrianna Ross and Courtney Davis who ended their high school at Concord HS career by winning the NCS D-II championship has both committed to attend Sacramento City College this fall. They will be joining two former Lady Liberty players Micky Loveridge & Nicole Santos who have already set a high standard. Taylor Dahl a hard working finess pitcher will be taking her skills to Ohlone College in Fremont.
Michaella Loveridge commits to Holy Names University:
After recieving interests from several D-I & D-II schools, Michaella decided to accept an offer to attend Holy Names University which is moving to the PAC West Conference (D-II). Michaella stated that she was looking for a school that offered a great nursing program. She visited the campus this fall and immediately fell in love with it. The campus is situated high above in the Oakland hills with an entire view of the bay. The class sizes are small (15-1), the campus is quite, everything is set up to be the ideal learning environment.
Taylor Hill headed to St. John's University!!!
Lady Liberty Outfielder is New York bound. She has accepted an academic offer to attend Div. I St. John University where she is excited to get an education from one of the nation's most prestigious university and also have an opportunity to play the game she loves at it's highest level. We wish you the best, "Go Red Storm!"
Kaluza is going to Sac State
Marisa Kaluza has been accepted to Sacramento State University. Marisa after breaking her pitching hand last year; forcing her to miss the entire summer season has come back strong this spring to enjoy success again in the pitching circle. Marisa is a hard worker that makes no excuses. She is more determine than ever to help lead her Lady Liberty team to success this summer before heading off to college where she plans to continue to pursue her dream of playing the game at the next level.
Nicole Santos to play for Sac City
Nicole a D-1 prospect has decided to attend Sac City College where she intend to display her talents while improving on her academics. Nicole is determine to fulfill her dream of playing at the next level. Nicole one of the most fundamentally sound players with a extremely high softball IQ is excited to take up the challenge and help Sac City in their pursuit of a Divisional Title.
Emily Goode to play for Sac City
After recieving interests from several D-I & D-II schools, which included Pace University & UW Green Bay, Emily stated that she did not feel any of them was the right fit for her at this time. Emily has decided to stay close to home and find another route to find the right fit. Emily an outstanding defensive player with speed and a strong arm is also an offensive threat with power. She should help Sac City's pursuit of a Divisional Title
Alumni Katherine Johnson helps Wichita State win doubleheader WICHITA, Kan.-The Wichita State softball team picked up two wins in the doubleheader against Eastern Oklahoma State College at Wilkins Stadium Saturday afternoon. The Shockers won the first game 5-1 and the second 5-2 in their first weekend of fall softball action. Sophomore Rachel Milnark led the Shockers at the plate with five hits and an RBI on the day. Sophomore Laura Vickers picked up two hits including a home run, two RBI, and scored two runs. Katie Armagost and Sloan Anderson each picked up a win in the circle for the Shockers as freshman Katherine Johnson picked up two saves on the day.
Keisi Chinen helps power Sonoma State to a perfect 5-0 record The SEAWOLVES pounded out 59 hits and a total of 7 homeruns in this weekend’s Desert Stinger in Las Vegas, defeating #8 ranked Augustana (SD), Western Washington and Central Washington University. Keisi batted .500 scoring (7) runs with (2) HR, (1) Triple, (1) Double,(9) RBI’s, (4) BB, and (1) SB. Keisi a versatile player is expected to compete for playing time in the infield and serve as the backup catcher as a Freshman in 2012."Keisi is a great fit for this program with her work ethic and tremendous potential offensively. She will immediately impact our battery with her strong leadership and skill behind the plate," Bridges said.
18 Gold players take the 14U team through drills