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.
The Valparaiso softball program will be hosting a pair of camps for youths ages 8-18 this winter. A winter All-Skills Camp will be held at the ARC on Sunday, January 17, while a Pitching, Catching and Hitting Camp will be held at the ARC on Sunday, January 31.
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.
Valparaiso softball head coach Kate Stake announced today the addition of Monica Wright to the Crusader coaching staff as an assistant coach, directly responsible for working with the program’s pitchers. Wright comes to Valpo from Bowling Green, where she spent the last four seasons guiding the Falcons’ pitchers. Fans can follow Coach Wright on Twitter @CoachMWright3
A stellar junior campaign from Valparaiso University outfielder Kaitlyn Ranieri has led to a second straight All-Region honor, as Ranieri repeated as a Second Team All-Midwest Region honoree by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) on Thursday. With the award, Ranieri is now eligible for All-American honors.
Valparaiso freshman outfielder Taylor Nadler capped a standout rookie season for the Crusaders by being named to the 2015 Horizon League Championship All-Tournament Team, as the tournament concluded Saturday.