Living the Dream
Even though it is the off-season, your favorite coaches are hard at work. They are all practicing and fine-tuning their skills in preparation for tough but great seasons ahead.
We have Williams Lake product, Stephanie Horsley is a Pitcher at the University of Regina coming off an injury and strengthening her shoulder to be ready to be back on the mound dominating as a third year Junior. Follow how Steph does this season
Former, White Rock Renegade and Kelowna native, Peyton Fisher, is rehabbing her knee from a recent ACL tear, but is determined to be back on the field ready for the season to continue her presence behind the plate and at the plate, as she continues her hitting streak from her Sophmore year.
Keep track of Peyton @ http://www.hartfordhawks.com/index.aspx?path=softball
Jen Black, a former OSC camper from Naramata is gearing up for her Sophmore (2nd) year as a Road Runner at College of the Desert in Palm Springs. Her team is coming off a season high of winning back-to-back championships and is looking to do it again this year. Go Jen Go! Follow Jen and her Road Runners @ http://www.collegeofthedesert.edu/students/athletics/womens/softball/Pages/default.aspx
And then there is Madi Wilms, another Naramata product, who is in Arizona just beginning her career and gearing up for her first season as a Cougar at South Mountain College in Phoenix. Good luck this season Madi and we will be cheering for you!!! Track Madi and her team @ http://athletics.southmountaincc.edu/WomensTeams/Softball/
On the other side of the table we have Tanya McLean who is not playing, but coaching and getting her UBC Thunderbird squad ready for the upcoming season. Tanya a grad assistant for the UBC Softball Squad will start their new season with seven new recruits from both the United States and locally. Come out and support one of our local programs and follow Tanya and the t-birds