It’s a special day in any athlete’s career when they get the chance to sign with a Division I school to continue playing their chosen sport. Monday evening, the Valparaiso University softball program –in conjunction with Team IMPACT – had the opportunity to welcome a very special new member into the team in a moving signing ceremony, as 12-year-old Andie Kalemba signed a Letter of Agreement to officially be drafted into the Crusader squad and immediately become a part of the Valpo program.
The Valparaiso softball program will be hosting a trio of camps for youths ages 8-18 this winter, as due to popular demand, a Pitching Clinic has been added on Sunday, January 17. Previously announced were an All-Skills Camp at the ARC on Sunday, January 17, and a Pitching, Catching and Hitting Camp to be held at the ARC on Sunday, January 31.
Valparaiso University softball head coach Kate Stake announced today the Crusaders’ schedule for the upcoming 2016 season, a slate which includes games against seven NCAA Tournament teams from a season ago and 16 home games at the Valparaiso University Softball Field.
Valparaiso University softball head coach Kate Stake announced today that seven student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to join the Crusader softball program as freshmen for the 2017 season.
Valparaiso softball head coach Kate Stake announced Monday that the program has added Taylor Williams as a graduate assistant for the upcoming 2016 season. Williams comes to Valpo after a successful career playing at Virginia.
Head coach Kate Stake and the Valparaiso softball program will host a Fall Experience Camp on Sept. 27 at the Valparaiso University Softball Field, allowing participants to experience a weekend in the life of a Valpo softball player within a single day. The camp is open to players who will graduate from high school from 2016 through 2020.