Watley, Wiggins and Ricketts Advance to Japan Softball League Championship Tournament

Japan Softball League Finals

Kisimmee, FL-Toyota, BIC Camera, Shoikki and Honda; the final four teams that have advanced to the 48th  Annual Japan Women’s Softball League Championship Tournament. In USSSA Pride terms we have Natasha Watley, Megan Wiggins and Keilani Ricketts all fighting for the top stop in the finals. Back in September the JLS season was well underway following the 2015 NPF Championship Series. Since then Wiggins, Watley and Ricketts have garnered respectable stats for the Japan Softball League. Megan Wiggins leads the Japan Softball League in home runs (10) and RBI (24). Keilani Ricketts has … [Read more...]

USSSA Pride to Face Cal State Northridge in Game Three of Fall Tour

Cal State Northridge Oct 17th

Fullerton, CA-  The USSSA Pride are well into the 2015 Fall Tour already on the cusp of facing Cal State Northridge in game three of the third annual fall tour. First pitch is set for 12:30 PM (PT) at Matador Diamond in the City of Angels. Wednesday night, USSSA Pride faced Cal State Fullerton in game two of the Pride Fall Tour. The Pride took the lead early with a 6-0 advantage in the first but Fullerton battled back to reach the final score of 8-6. This match-up featured another solid attendance number with 1,082 fans and kicked-off the fall schedule for Cal State Fullerton. With the … [Read more...]

USSSA Pride Players Continue Their Season in Japan

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September 16, 2015- With the 2015 NPF season in the books most Pride players are working with USA Elite Select this fall, traveling all around the country to promote the sport of fast pitch. Other players have taken the coaching route but Pride players Natasha Watley, Keilani Ricketts and Megan Wiggins turn to the Japan Softball League to continue their off-season. These three, among other NPF players, such as Sarah Pauly, Monica Abbot and Jolene Henderson are overseas competing in an elite softball league following the conclusion of the 2015 NPF season. The NPF season lasts about three … [Read more...]