Hawks Softball U18 Gold is looking for catcher, outfielders and corner infielder
Private tryouts available. Please email team administrator Stephen Javaras (firstname.lastname@example.org) to arrange.
Announcing the Hawks Class of 2014:
Emily Czaja, of/if
Emily started playing for the Hawks following her senior year in high school where she was a four-time All – Western MA 1st Team Softball selection, 3 sport MVP (Softball, Field Hockey, Basketball) and Palmer High School’s Female Athlete of the Year. Now she’s a member of Quinnipiac University’s Division 1 Softball Team. Emily was awarded a 2014 Hawks College Scholarship and proudly recognizes the Hawks as part of her Quinnipiac bio.
Raven Fournier, c/of
Raven played and starred at bat and in the field for three years for the Hawks. She will study engineering at and play softball for Tufts University, the 2013 and 2014 Division III National Champions. Raven was awarded a 2014 Hawks College Scholarship.
Sarah Harms, p
Sarah came to the Hawks two years ago all the way from Wilsonville, Oregon. During her two seasons, she made major contributions both as a solid pitcher and as a clutch hitter. She will study engineering at R.P.I. and pitch for their softball team.
Jillian Sbardella, 3rd b/p
Jillian’s strong bat and arm were a great help during her year on the Hawks. She will attend Leslie University where she will play softball.
Courtney Zambello, p
Courtney played one year for the Hawks starring as a strong left hand pitcher. She is expected to be a key member of the Merrimack College pitching staff. Courtney was awarded a 2014 Hawks College Scholarship.
Announcing the 2014 Hawks College Scholarships:
On September 7, 2014 the Hawks announced the recipients of the 2014 Hawks College Scholarships. A total of seven thousand dollars ($7,000) in college scholarships was awarded to three Hawks players who graduated in 2014 and just completed their 2014 summer travel season. The recipients are Raven A. Fournier, Tufts University; Courtney G. Zambello, Merrimack College; and Emily V. Czaja, Quinnipiac University.