Jordan Taylor and USSSA Pride Want You to Join the FIGHT Against Pediatric Cancer

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Kissimmee, FL-June 28, 2016- Jordan Taylor’s “So You Think You Can Hit?” event is back! This Wednesday, fans will have a chance to step up to the plate and face professional softball pitchers Jordan Taylor, Keilani Ricketts and Lacey Waldrop all while bringing awareness to childhood cancer. “So You Think You Can Hit is just a fun event and let's fans REALLY experience the thrill of being in the batters box. The hitters in the NPF make it look easy sometimes, so it's fun to remind people how hard it actually is. I'm very excited for the opportunity to run this event right here in Ann Arbor … [Read more...]

Andi Williamson Pays a Visit to Harts Primary

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Kissimmee, FL-March 21, 2016-Every year in the beginning of March, schools all across the country participate in National Reading Month in honor of beloved author Dr. Suess. Our very own Andi Williamson celebrated National Reading Month at her former primary school in her hometown of Harts, WV earlier this month. She also paid a visit to Justice Grade School in Logan, WV located about 30 minutes away from Harts Primary. During her visit Andi read to the children a Dr. Suess classic “All the Places You Will Go” and spoke about the opportunities she’s been given thanks to the sport of … [Read more...]

Lauren Chamberlain Gives Back: WSF Athlete Faceoff 2015

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Kissimmee, FL- Lauren Chamberlain has made herself known in the world of fast pitch. Notably as an elite player on the field and a large personality off the diamond. From countless nominations and titles earned in her sport, Chamberlain is continuing to make a name for herself and it's transcending the softball field. Just in time for the holidays, Lauren has decided to take part in the 2015 Women’s Sports Foundation Athlete Faceoff. This grant-funding cause looks to support the WSF Travel & Training Program. This program aims to financially support female athletes with not only the … [Read more...]