The Pittsburgh Power would like to invite all Power alumnae to participate in its first annual alumnae game and picnic.
Currently, the plan is to hold this event during the annual Pittsburgh Power “Battle of the Burg” Softball Tournament held at Cranberry Park and several other venues on July 9-11, 2010 but we welcome your input and would consider another date if that is more suitable to the largest number of participants.
Interested? Contact either Warren Pirring or Jeff Frey. You can also use the Contact Us page here on the website. Make sure you send your contact information so we can keep you informed about the event.
Update (6/1/2010): A Facebook page has been set up for the event.
Pittsburgh Power is pleased to announce its 10th annual financial aid and recruiting seminar for college bound Power players and their parents. Once again, Robert Morris University’s Athletic Director and Head Softball Coach, Dr. Craig Coleman, will be conducting the seminar and answering questions about all aspects of the college financial aid and recruiting process. This information will be invaluable to all college bound students – not just those who plan to play softball or another sport. Pittsburgh Power urges all freshmen through senior high school players to attend this free seminar.
The Rising Stars Showcase was held October 23-25, 2009 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. This premiere showcase attracts over 300 softball teams along with several hundred college coaches.
Pittsburgh Power Softball held its annual College Showcase on Sunday, August 30th at Blueberry Hill Park. Each year, this event brings together Power players entering their junior and senior years in high school with college coaches looking to fill roster spots. This year’s event had an exceptional turnout with 65 Power players participating and 31 college coaches representing 23 schools attending.
Pittsburgh Power Softball thanks all who participated in the 2009 Battle in the Burgh including the teams, fans and especially the Power volunteers who made it happen.
Congratulations to this year's winners:
|10U||Pittsburgh Lady Roadrunners||Thunder Elite|
|12U||Xplosion||Ohio Hurricanes Blue|
|14U||Ohio Hurricanes Blue||Shaler Heat|
|16U||Pittsburgh Lady Roadrunners||Pittsburgh Predators|
|18U||Pittsburgh Predators||Connellsville Cyclones|
|23U||Dream Team||Ohio Roadrunners|
Over 600 players, family members, college coaches, umpires and other special guests convened Sunday, March 22 at the Four Points Sheraton in Cranberry, PA for the largest Pittsburgh Power "Meet the Teams" Banquet to date. For most, it is the only time of the year to see the full size and scope of the Power organization which is entering its 11th year as the largest Junior Olympic level fastpitch softball organization in Western Pennsylvania.
The Pittsburgh Power and Washington Wildthings would like to address the ticket issue regarding the game between the US Womens National Team and Robert Morris University. There have been may stories told and blogs posted about the May 1st game being sold out.