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
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
Taylor grew up in Northern-Colorado where she began playing softball at 9 years old. She immediately fell in love with pitching and went on to compete at Regis University. Taylor was a 2-Time RMAC Pitcher of the Week, as well as the recipient of the National Pitcher of the Week honor during her senior campaign and she ranks in the Top 5 All-Time innings pitched at Regis University. Taylor’s approach combines both the physical and mental aspects it takes to be a reliable force on the mound. Pitchers will work on mechanics, accuracy, power, and poise during training.