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Jenn Salling
Jenn Salling - Infielder - Rebellion Softball
Career Highlights
  • 2011 Named Female Athlete of the Year at the WESPYs
  • 2011 Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Year
  • 2011 NFCA Second-Team All-American
  • 2009 Member of the University of Washington National Championship team
  • Four-year member of the Canadian National Team
Jenn Salling

Infielder - Rebellion Softball

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Mike Stith
Mike Stith - Head Coach - O.C. Batbusters
Career Highlights
  • Head Coach Orange County Batbusters 2010-current
  • Head Coach Team Mizuno 2012-2013 16U Premier Champions
  • Assistant Coach Orange County Batbusters (Gold) 2004-2010
  • Assistant Coach CA Cruisers 2002 and 2003
  • Head Coach Tuff E Nuff Softball 1996-2001
  • ASA National Championships 1997, 1998, 2000, 2004, and 2006
Mike Stith

Head Coach - O.C. Batbusters

Featured College Roster
Bradley University
Bradley University
  • NCAA Appearances: 2009 & 2014
  • Posted a school-record 15 conference wins in 2014 and had best finish in the Missouri Valley conference since 1994.
  • Had 2 members of the MVC All-Centennial Team
  • Has produced three NFCA All-Mideast Region selections in the last six years.
  • Three Academic All-Americans in program history
  • Kim Suffield led the nation in doubles per game during the 1999 season
  • Beth Hawkins is one of four two-time MVC Player of the Year selections in league history
  • Former Bradley standout Laura Harms played six years in National Pro Fastpitch, including five years with the Chicago Bandits
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Cal State Northridge
Cal State Northridge
  • In 2014, CSUN had its first all-region honorees since 2007 and its first All-Region First-Team honoree since 2004
  • 1994 Women's College World Series Runners-Up
  • Four-time NCAA Division II National Champion (1983, 1984, 1985, 1987)
  • 37 NCAA All-Americans & 77 All-Region Selections
  • 13 NCAA Division-I Regional Appearances
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University of Nebraska-Lincoln
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Nation-leading 29 CoSIDA Academic All-Americans
  • 19 Conference Titles
  • 24 NFCA All-Americans
  • 4 Olympians
  • 13th in NCAA History with 59 NCAA Tournament Wins
  • 11th in NCAA History with 7 Women's College World Series Berths
  • 10th in NCAA History with 22 NCAA Tournament Appearances
  • Coach Rhonda Revelle – NFCA Hall of Fame member.
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Oklahoma State University
Oklahoma State University
  • 18 NCAA Tournament Appearances
  • 7 WCWS Appearances
  • 24 players named All American a combined 30 times
  • 3 Olympians
  • 9 Conference Championships
  • 74 All-Region selections
  • 142 All-Conference selections
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San Jose State University
San Jose State University
  • 2013 WAC Conference Champions
  • 3 NCAA Regional appearances
  • 14 All Conference players
  • WAC Pitcher of the Year
  • 2013 WAC Coach of the Year
  • 2013 Winner of San José State's Community Service Award
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St. Joseph's University
St. Joseph's University
  • 5 Atlantic 10 Championship appearances
  • 3 Atlantic 10 Championship Game appearances
  • 1 Player of the Year Award
  • 2 Rookie of the Year Awards
  • 6 All Regional Players
  • 22 All Conference Players
  • 2013 Coach of the Year
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University of Nevada-Reno
University of Nevada-Reno
  • 15 NFCA All-Region Selections
  • 1 NFCA All-American
  • 3-Time Western Western Athletic Conference Champions (2006, 2008, 2009)
  • 3-Time NCAA Tournament Appearances (2006, 2008, 2009)
  • 2006 WAC Tournament Champions
  • Inaugural Season 2003
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Miami University
Miami University
  • 3-Time MAC Tournament Champions
  • 12 All-Region Awards and 68 All-Mac Honors
  • 3 MAC Freshman of the Year Award Winners
  • Four MAC Tournament MVPs
  • Won NCAA Tournament games in 2009 and in 2012
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New Mexico State University
New Mexico State University
  • 2014 top 25 nationally in Batting average, HR, on base %,and slug
  • 2010 top 15 nationally in 5 different offensive categories including runs, homeruns, slug, and team batting average
  • 2009 NCAA Division I statistical champions for batting average, top 10 in 5 other categories
  • 10 All Region players and 2 All American
  • 38 All conference selections
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Southern Utah University
Southern Utah University
  • 3rd in Big Sky in 2014
  • 3rd in Big Sky in 2013
  • 3rd in Summit League in 2012
  • 2nd in Summit League in 2010
  • 1st in Summit League in 2009
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George Mason University
George Mason University
  • Leading up to moving to D1, Mason won three straight VA State titles
  • After joining the CAA in 2002, Mason finished 2nd in the conference
  • In inaugural season in the A-10 (2013-14), had two first team All A-10
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University of California, PA
University of California, PA
  • 6 PSAC Conference Championships
  • 17 PSAC West Conference Championships
  • 2013 NFCA Hall of Fame
  • 36 All Americans
  • 20 NCAA Tournament Appearances
  • 142 All Conference players
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Long Beach State University
Long Beach State University
  • 5 WCWS Appearances
  • 22 NCAA Regional Appearances
  • 8 Big West Conference Titles
  • 8 Final Four Appearances
  • 4 All-Americans
  • 10 49ers have been named Big West Pitcher of the Year
  • LBSU coaches have been names the Big West Coach of the Year 7 times
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James Madison University
James Madison University
  • 4 NCAA Tournament appearances
  • 1 NJCAA National Championship
  • 7 All-Americans
  • 5-time conference Coach of the Year
  • 7 Pitchers of the Year
  • 6 Players of the Year
  • 6 Rookies of the Year
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Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
Southern Ill. University, Edwardsville
  • 2007 NCAA Division II National Champions
  • 2007 NFCA National Coaching Staff of the Year
  • 15 NCAA Division II All-Americans and 61 All-Region performances
  • 14 NCAA Tournament appearances
  • 6 NCAA Division I All-Mideast Region performances
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UC Riverside
UC Riverside
Pima Community College
Pima Community College
  • Ranked #9 Nationally 2011
  • National Champions 2004 and 2006
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Featured Travel Teams
Arizona Storm
Arizona Storm
  • Players from over 35+ DI colleges have played for Az Storm
  • 12 Players have played at University of Arizona
  • 13 Players have played for Arizona State University
  • 36 former players have played in the Pac 12
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Birmingham Thunderbolts
Birmingham Thunderbolts
  • The Thunderbolts were founded by Richard Shea in 2006 starting with one 10U team. The Bolts now have 12 teams representing all divisions from 8U to 18 Premier.
  • All 8 of the 2013 graduating class went to Division 1 programs.
  • All 8 of the 2014 graduating class went to Division 1 programs.
  • The Thunderbolts are now known as one of the most successful college prep programs in the country. All of our 2015 class is committed. Most of the 2016 are committed, but all have offers. And a large percentage of our 2017 class is also committed
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All American Mizuno USA
All American Mizuno USA
  • 2014-Won bid to ASA 18u Gold Nationals- ASA National Qualifier- Sacramento, CA
  • 2014-Attended ASA 18u Gold Nationals- Oklahoma City, OK
  • 2014-Attended PGF Platinum Nationals- Huntington Beach, CA
  • All American Mizuno-18u Gold has attended a Nationals tournament every year.
  • All American Softball, Inc and College Prep Program has placed over 320 female athletes to college softball programs in all Divisions.
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Team Mizuno Impulse
Team Mizuno Impulse
  • Team has participated in the past 3 PGF National Tournaments
  • 6 teams within the organization
  • Organizational manager Jason Gwyn has worked International, college and youth softball
  • Serving the greater Dallas , TX area
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Beverly Bandits
Beverly Bandits
  • Footwear Only
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Intensity Softball
Intensity Softball
CC Dirtdogs
CC Dirtdogs
  • The Dirtdogs are the first team from the Central Section to earn an outright berth to the PGF National Tournament.
  • 2012 the Dirt Dog Organization won the 23U ASA Western Nationals.
  • During 2012 and 2013, the Dirt Dog Organization had teams win the ASA Central Section Association Championships at the 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U and 18U levels.
  • Founded in 2007 located in the Central Valley, California
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OC Batbusters
OC Batbusters
  • 27 National Championships
  • Won a National Title at every age level:10U, 12U, 14U, 15U, 16U and 18U
  • 12 Olympians
  • 22 Junior National team members
  • 70+ National team members
  • 150+ DI All Americans
  • 3 DI Players of the year
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