- Start Date: October 28, 2017
- End Date: October 29, 2017
- Location: Sacramento
- Age Division: 14,16,18
- Format: Showcase - 5 gms
- Elite Entry Fee: 895.00
Showcase – Saturday & Sunday Games
- 5 games Showcase Format – 1hr 20min Drop Dead – finish the at-bat
- 3 games Saturday – 2 games Sunday – No line ups – free substitutions
14U, 16U, 18U – note 14U will be by invitation – contact us if
are a 14U team that is interested in joining us.
All fees, Roster Form and proof of insurance must be submitted in order for registration to be considered complete
Roster and Profile information is used to compile a Profile Book which will be provided to the College Coaches in attendance. You must submit your roster 14 days prior to the event in order to be included in the Profile Book.
Angel Shamblin is in her eighth season as Head Coach of the Chico State softball team. Since taking over the program in August, 2009, she has spearheaded an extremely successful transformation that has seen the Wildcats rise from the lower rungs of the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) standings to become an elite conference team and perennial postseason contender. Shamblin’s Wildcat teams have posted a combined 216-146 record and five postseason appearances, winning at least 30 games in her first three seasons at the helm – a first in the 45-year history of the program.
Andrea Kenney is the only head coach Cal State Monterey softball has known, and that’s been a great thing for the Otters. She built the program from scratch in 2006 and needed just three seasons to take her team to its first NCAA Tournament appearance. It marked the first of six NCAA Tourney appearances in eight seasons for the Otters, a span that included four CCAA regular season titles (2010, 2012, 2014, 2015) and two CCAA Tournament title (2009, 2015).
In its first season of eligibility NCAA postseason play, Kenney’s 2008 squad became the first CSUMB team to win a CCAA playoff game, defeating eventual NCAA National Champion Humboldt State, 5-0. The Otters went to earn a bid to the NCAA Division II West Regional, becoming the first CSUMB team sport to accomplish that feat. Four Otters — Jessica Boyle, Homa Shaffi, Ashlee Trotter and Shea Olds — earned Worth CCAA Player of the Week in 2008, helping CSUMB rise as high as No. 2 in the West Region polls, the highest ranking attained by a CSUMB team sport at the time.
Jessica Ventoza became the eighth head coach of the softball program at Cal State Stanislaus in June of 2015. She started her post on July 14, 2015.
Ventoza was a member of the 2009 NCAA Championship team as a senior infielder at the University of Washington. She was a two-year letter-winner on the Huskies team.
Prior to joining Washington, Ventoza was a two-time all-region all-star at the Community College level. In 2007, She earned the all-region honor at Western Nebraska Community College in Scottsbluff, Neb. In 2006, she was a first-team all-region star at Highline Community College in Des Moines, Wash.
Most recently, Ventoza served as the first-assistant to Amy Suiter at Western Washington in Bellingham, Wash. In two years with Ventoza on the staff, the WWU Vikings went 53-37 and advanced to the GNAC Championship game this past season before ending with a 30-14 record.
Colleges & Universities Attending This Event