News About Current/Past Magic Players

March 9th 2013

Gonzalez’s triple
propels Hillsborough Community College
Hawks
past Santa Fe College,
5-1

HillsboroughCommunity College Hawks built an early lead against Santa Fe College, scoring
three runs in the first inning, en route to a 5-1 win on Saturday at
Gainesville.Hillsborough Community College HawksCierra Carreno handled
Santa Fe College’s lineup with ease, racking up eight strikeouts. Carreno
allowed one earned run on five hits and one walk over seven innings.

March 5, 2011 info taken from The Daily Press
Rabecca Hernandez “Rockie”
Hesperia (2-1) beat Cathedral City 10-1 on Friday. Hernandez went 2-for-3 with a home run and two runs, and Rabecca Hernandez also went 2-for-3 with a home run.

Christy Espinoza, Jessica Bati “Chica”, Amber Venegas
Victor Valley    423    2    —    11 17 2
Granite Hills    310    0    —    4 7 0
Garcia, Johnson (3), Espinoza (4) and Flores; Corona, Rocha (3) and Moore. WP — Garcia. LP — Corona. 3B — Venegas, Flores, Belcher, Gardner (V).

Hesperia (2-1) beat Cathedral City 10-1 on Friday. Hernandez went 2-for-3 with a home run and two runs, and Rabecca Hernandez also went 2-for-3 with a home.

Sarah and Taylor Tribe – 18Gold
SOFTBALL: Rim of the World easily wins doubleheader games
By
PE Sports
on March 5, 2011 4:53 PM
NON-LEAGUE
Lake Arrowhead Rim of the World 13, Moreno Valley 0. WP – Elizabeth Caporuscio. LP – Vaughn. Leading hitters – Caporuscio 3-4, Sarah Tribe (RIM) 4-4, Taylor Tribe (RIM) 2-3. 2B – S. Tribe 2. 3B – Caporuscio, T. Tribe. HR – Caporuscio, S. Tribe.

Rim of the World 19, Moreno Valley 1. WP – Goldberry. LP – Knowles. Leading hitters – Taylor Tribe (RIM) 2-3, Jaime Garner (RIM) 2-5. 3B – T. Tribe (RIM).
(Rim of the World is 2-0. Moreno Valley is 0-2.)

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News About Past Magic Players in College Softball

HillsboroughCommunity College Hawks built an early lead against Santa Fe College, scoring
three runs in the first inning, en route to a 5-1 win on Saturday at
Gainesville.Hillsborough Community College Hawks Cierra Carreno handled
Santa Fe College’s lineup with ease, racking up eight strikeouts. Carreno
allowed one earned run on five hits and one walk over seven innings.

Schanique Barrett and Sequoia Barret CLERMONT, Fla. – After regrouping from a 1-1 record in the first day of competition at the NTC Spring Games, the UNCP softball team took both victories from West Liberty and American International on Tuesday at the NTC Sports Complex in the final day of competition.

The Lady Braves (14-17) wrapped up the match with West Liberty (4-8) in six innings with a final score of 10-2 despite a two hour rain delay. The Black and Gold continued the perfect day by sweeping American International (0-3) by a score of 4-0.

UNCP will continue action on Saturday when the squad visits Peach Belt Conference foe Georgia College (21-11, 5-3 PBC) in a 4 p.m. doubleheader in Milledgeville, Ga.
Tabor softball sweeps York
03.09.2011 – [Softball]
another strong first inning put the Panthers away early, as Tabor defeated York College by the score of 8-0 to complete the two game sweep.
Freshman Madie Simpson would lead the Tabor offense attack going 3-3 from the plate including a double, with 2 RBIs and run scored. Sophomore Taylor Funk would have an equally impressive day at the plate going 2-2 from the plate with a double, an RBI, and two runs scored. Fellow freshman Courtney Meister also chipped in offensively going 2-3 from the plate with 2 RBIs and a run scored, while Howe added two hits and a run scored for the game.

Former Magic Players in the news.
MADIE SIMPSON          Granite hills @ Tabor college
Courtney Meister           Serrano @ Tabor
Amanda Howe               Granite Hills @ Tabor college

Kristen Payne Apple Valley @ Adams State
Payne, who split duties between third base and as the designated hitter, went 8-for-12 (.667) to lead the RMAC. She nabbed seven RBI behind two homers and two doubles as she got four putouts and five assists.

Jamie Roland Hesperia @ Cal State San Bernardino
LA JOLLA — Jamie Roland hit a 3-run triple for Cal State San Bernardino, but that would be all the scoring the Coyotes offered in their 7-3 loss in the second game of a CCAA doubleheader at UC San Diego on Wednesday

Tiffany Vance @ Indiana Tech
Freshman Tiffany Vance (Apple Valley, CA / Granite Hills HS) got her first collegiate win going the distance in a 6-3 decision over LSU-Alexandria. Vance scattered seven hits and allowed only one earned run while striking out three.

#13 Jessi Saaty  @ Dominican California
Pitcher/Outfield
Junior
5’3″
Ridgecrest, CA / Burroughs HS
Occupational Therapy
Junior Jessi Saaty pitched a complete game against Chico State and but was charged with two of the team’s losses on the day.

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College Recruiting Summer Information

For most Americans July Fourth symbolizes hot dogs, fireworks and star spangled parades. For many of NCSA’s student-athletes, however, July Fourth equals recruiting season. Every summer thousands of college prospects travel to camps and showcases to better their skills and network with college coaches. If you are traveling near a college campus, the summer is a perfect time to take an unofficial visit.

Unofficial visits give student-athletes a perfect opportunity to meet college coaches on their turf and get a close-up perspective of the campus. Visiting a campus before senior year will help you get a sense for what you like or dislike about a school, coach or team. 

Here are a few tips to help you prepare for your unofficial visits:

 1) Remember that “unofficial” means the school can not pay for your trip.

2) Unofficial visits can be taken as early as freshman year of high school!

3) Contact the coach! Do not show up on campus unexpected and expect the coach to be accommodating. Call him/her in advance to schedule the visit.

4) When you talk to the coach, use the term “unofficial visit”. By using proper recruiting terms you will demonstrate that you are serious and informed about your college search.

5) Ask questions!

6) Pay attention. This is your insider glimpse into the school so be sure to keep your eyes wide open.

7) Send a thank you note. Always say “thank you” to the coach and any other member of the staff or admissions department who took the time to introduce you to their college or university.

8) Have fun!

Benefits of Camps

March 4th, 2009 – by Billy Porter

One of the key components of a student-athlete making their college choice is their experience that they have while they are on campus for their visit.  Sometimes, the visits last 48 hours but often they take place on a Saturday morning for 4 hours.  While this is a great opportunity to see the campus and having the ability to meet with a handful of faculty and staff it is just the tip of the iceberg.  Schools are showing off their best in a 4 hour span and this makes everything about the school appealing at the moment. 

The best way to get a true understanding of how life would be like at that respective school is to take in the experience as much as possible. This would include staying in the dorms and having that feeling that this is a place where you can see yourself.  The hands on experience is the ideal way to truly gauge if that is the correct fit for you and your future.  Eating the cafeteria food making the walk to the athletic facilities from the dorms, and interacting with people that are on campus all the time can benefit you if you use them as a resource. Camp is a great time to compete and train at a high level but the biggest advantage is to take in the actual college experience first hand and to have the opportunity to work with the coaching staff.  Attending one college camp is something that I would highly recommend to do at least once in your high school years.  If the schools of your choice don’t offer a camp then it is still beneficial to attend a camp at another institution so that you can use your camp experience and compare it to the campus visits that you take down the road.

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Indoor Batting Cages

 

Contact us for more info: 760.669.6031    battingcages@socalmagic.org

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Fastpitch Family…..

All through the season you watch your little girl.
You know it’s a game, but FASTPITCH is my world.
Through weekend tournaments, all day play, you eagerly watch and shout my name.
Through chilly spring nights and high summer heat.
 BACK to BACK games and bad calls at the plate.
I carry my gear from field to field
You yell at the Ump, “Come on Blue – what’s the deal?”
You bandage me when I get hurt and get me drinks to quench my thirst.
You comfort me when I strike out, you are there for me there’s no doubt.
You share my joy in victory and wipe my tears of defeat.
You have been to every game and would never miss me play.
You are my #1 fan, as I can clearly see….
We are a FASTPITCH family and will always be! – unknown author
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Welcome to our newest Magic Team

We would like to Welcome our newest members to the magic teams:

12U Magic

Alyssa Rodriguez
Olivia Artiaga
Anna Bentley
Lizzy Bentley
Alicia Sanchez
Victoria Melendez
Marissa Nivela
Lexy Tomes
Destiny Martinez
Gabby Mejia
Sade Gutierrez
Alyssa Valencia
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Softball Skills Clinic – Presented by EM Speed & Power Training

EM Speed and Power Training is hosting a Softball Clinic in Victorville
12/18/10 8am-4pm cost is $25

 

Please read the flyer posting and get your spot reserved as soon as possible. Let Solette Bates know you are with Magic Softball.

Clinic Staff includes: Victor Valley High School Alumni BB Bates current player for UCLA and a 2010 …College National Champion UCLA Bruins, Megan Langen Feld Team USA 2010 College National Champion, Brittney Hubbard Junior at University of Georgia Bulldogs, Destiny Rodino 2010 College National Champion UCLA Bruins.

View PDF file Scan_Doc0024

 

Don’t forget to get your spot reserved.

 

Questions please contact Jenny Artiaga
760.686.1756 or events@socalmagic.org
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Balls & Strikes Softball Magazine

Check out the official magazine of The Amateur Softball Association / USA Softball  

 

Click here to view the online version ASA September 2010 B.    

 

  • You will find a letter from the President of ASA, Andy Dooley.

  • Training camp information.

 

Don’t forget to read the article, “USA Softball Regains Title As No. 1 Team In The World.”

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Congratulations to 12u – Rozhon Team In the Triple Crown World Series

Triple Crown World Series In Park City, Utah is over…..we are so proud of our Magic 12u girls they took 3rd place in the Silver bracket!!!!!

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Congratulations to SoCal Magic Alumni Player Alexis Moctezuma

Holy Names University left-fielder Alexis Moctezuma was selected as the California Pacific Conference Softball Player of the Week for the dates of through March 15.

Check out the full story click here

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SoCal Magic Softball Open Tryouts 2014

SoCal Magic Softball

Open Tryouts – 10 yrs – 18 yrs old. Check in begins at 7:30am.  Tryouts 8am.

HOOK PARK  April 27th  and May4th

Contact us for more info.

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