University of Nebraska
3 Time All Big 12 Selection, 3 Time Regional Selection, 2002 College World Series
9 Years in National Pro Fastpitch
NPF Championship Series MVP (2008), 3 Time NPF Champion (05, 08, 10), 3 Time NPF All-Star (04, 05, 11)
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA (’14-’17)
They went to the conference tournament and the NCAA tournament each year.
– Led NCAA in saves in ’14 (4th all-time in NCAA history (22))
– Gamecock record holder in Saves (22) & Relief Appearances (77)
TEAM TRAINING INSTRUCTORS
Ashley has 10 years of coaching experience at various competitive age levels and high school softball. Her expertise includes catcher development and offensive mechanics & mentality. During her time at Valor Christian High School as an Assistant Coach, focused on pitcher and catchers, she helped lead the team to its first league championship and regional championship in 2014 followed by three more regional championships and three CHSAA 4A State Titles in 2014, 2015 and 2016.
Nikki Haberkorn is a Denver-Metro native and grew up a multi-sport athlete. She attended Mullen High School before committing to Regis University and graduating in 2012. Nikki split time at third base and on the mound while playing in 203 consecutive games as a Ranger. During her tenure, the Rangers were RMAC Conference Tournament Champions in 2011, earning a trip to the NCAA Regional Tournament. Nikki was named RMAC Freshman of the Year (2009), RMAC Tournament MVP (2011), RMAC All-Tournament Team (2011), NFCA Player of the Week (May 2011) and Second Team All-RMAC (2012).
Melissa Heronema grew up in Westminster, CO and graduated from Standley Lake High School. Heronema played at Regis University from 2014-2018, where she spent most of her career in the outfield. She broke the school record for stolen bases and stolen base attempts in a single season during her senior year. Heronema has helped coach several youth teams through recreational leagues, as well as assisting in various camps for a variety of age groups and giving individual hitting lessons to players.
Emily grew up playing ball in Oregon and went on to play for Regis University. She graduated in 2018 where is studied nursing. Emily’s primary position is outfield and was a triple threat lefty hitter. She led the team in BA her freshman year as well as stolen bases and runs during her junior campaign. In 2015 Emily helped the Rangers to an RMAC tournament championship.
Hayley grew up in South Surrey, British Columbia. She played her four years of collegiate softball at Valley City State University, earning a Dakota Athletic Conference Gold Glove in
2012 for her performance in the outfield. Hayley stayed on as part of the coaching staff at Valley City State for two more years while also heading the youth softball program in town (U6-U14). Hayley now works as a Certified Therapeutic Recreational Specialist.
Delaney Moffat was a 4-year starter at Regis playing third base, shortstop and second base. During her career, she helped lead her team to becoming the 2015 RMAC Champions qualifying them onto Regionals. Her accomplishments include making the 2016, 2017 and 2018 RMAC ALL- Academic Honor Roll, 2016 RMAC Player of the Week, and 2016 & 2017 ALL- RMAC Honorable Mention. Delaney ranks 6th in the most stolen bases category in Regis University
Hannah Bouska attended Oregon State University from 2010-2014 as a utility player. Where as a freshman was named PAC-10 All-Freshman Honorable Mention and was a part of two Regional Tournaments in her career with OSU in the 2012 and 2013 season. She is tied in 6th place in OSU single season history for most steals. As an outfielder in the 2012 softball season she made the PAC-12 play of the game.