A roundup of April's stories about current and former Power players making an impact on their college teams.
Open tryouts are over but there are still limited opportunities to join a Power team for the 2013 season at the 12U, 16U, 18U Gold and 23U levels.
Update (2/7/2013): Due to recent college commitments, the Pittsburgh Power Gold program has opportunities for players in grades 7-9. Our 2013 summer schedule includes showcases in OH, PA, NY, NJ, MA, GA, and CO. For more information please check out our gold page or contact R.J. Matetic at 724-986-9642 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Over 640 players, parents and special guests convened Sunday February 17th at the Four Points Sheraton in Cranberry, PA for the Pittsburgh Power "Meet The Teams" Banquet. The purpose of the banquet was to showcase 255 of the finest softball players in the region and celebrate the success of the Power organization as it enters its 15th season.
More than 70 players and parents attended Pittsburgh Power Softball's 13th annual financial aid and recruiting seminar held January 27th at the Powerhouse. Once again, Robert Morris University’s Athletic Director and Head Softball Coach, Dr. Craig Coleman, conducted the seminar and answered questions about all aspects of the college financial aid and recruiting process.
Robert Morris University
NCAA Division I
Moon Township, PA
In early November, Christine Scherer, a Player’s Representative to the Pittsburgh Power Softball Board of Directors, approached the Board with a request to organize a charitable activity for the organization. Her plan? – a food and supply drive that would harness the “power” of the entire organization to bring needed relief to less fortunate families in this holiday season.