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Megan Willis

February 16, 2017
USSSA Pride Sign Angel Bunner for the 2017 Season

Kissimmee, FL – February 15, 2017 –The USSSA Florida Pride has signed former Chicago Bandits left-handed pitcher Angel Bunner for the 2017 season. “We are excited to welcome Angel to the Pride family,” commented USSSA Pride General Manager, Don DeDonatis. “As she proved in the 2016 NPF Championship, she has what it takes to win…

January 31, 2017
Bianka Bell Signs with the USSSA Pride

Kissimmee, FL – January 31, 2017 –The USSSA Florida Pride is pleased to announce the signing of former LSU Tiger Bianka Bell for the upcoming 2017 season. Bell joins the USSSA Florida Pride from Louisiana State University, where she played with the Tigers under head coach Beth Torina from 2013-2016 and joined the LSU coaching…

December 21, 2016
USSSA Pride Announce Megan Willis as Assistant General Manager

Kissimmee, FL– December 21, 2016- Former USSSA Pride catcher and assistant coach Megan Willis has been named the USSSA Pride Assistant General Manager. Willis will oversee front office duties both in-season and off-season for the USSSA Pride. This marks the first time a former National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) player has assumed the role of Assistant…

April 12, 2016
Megan Willis Takes on New Role as Pride Assistant Coach

Kissimmee, FL- April 12, 2016-Megan Willis will make her National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) coaching debut this summer as an assistant for the USSSA Pride.This off-season the six year Pride catcher decided it was time to step away from the game as a player and continue her professional legacy as a coach. “After this past season with…

March 7, 2016
The Evolution of Recruiting: Megan Willis

The evolution of recruiting chronicles the recruiting journeys of USSSA Pride players. Each player narrates their own story and how they ultimately made the decision on where to play college softball. Watch how recruiting has changed through the years from the stories of each player. The evolution of recruiting begins in the 1990s and ends…

September 9, 2015
USSSA Pride Players Travel to Italy

By: Andi Williamson Last month, USSSA sent six USSSA Pride players to Italy to share their knowledge and help grow softball internationally. Andrea Duran, Megan Willis, GiOnna DiSalvatore, Brigette Del Ponte, Hannah Rogers, and Breja’e Washington worked with young Italian softball players and took in the Italian culture. During their time, they went sightseeing through Rome…

August 4, 2015
Pride Take Game One in Texas, 6-2

SUGARLAND, Texas – August 3- The USSSA Pride defeated the Dallas Charge, 6-2, in front of 2,121 fans at Constellation Field in Sugar Land, Texas.Cat Osterman earned the win, hurling a gem of a game, scattering five hits for 6.1 innings while striking out nine and allowing just one run. The Pride broke a scoreless tie in the bottom of…

July 30, 2015
Bandits Offense Struggles in Loss to Pride, 5-2

ROSEMONT, Ill. – July 28, 2015  –  The Bandits offense continued to struggle against Cat Osterman (W, 12-2) as the USSSA Pride earned a 5-2 victory at The Ballpark at Rosemont to clinch a series split. For the fourth consecutive game, the Bandits failed to score more than three runs after exploding for ten against…

July 26, 2015
The Pride and Racers Split Doubleheader

Kissimmee, FL– July 25- After a two-hour rain delay, the USSSA Pride (28-10) took the first game of Saturday’s double dip with the Akron Racers 8-2 at Champion Stadium. The Racers’ Nerissa Myers started the scoring in the first inning with her sixth home run of the season, a solo shot, to give Akron the…

July 5, 2015
Pride Defeat Rebellion in Maumee, 5-2

Maumee, OH- July 4, 2015- The USSSA Florida Pride defeated the Pennsylvania Rebellion in game two of the Maumee, Ohio series with a final score of 5-2 on Independence Day. Starting for the Pride, Hannah Rogers, pitched five innings and earned herself the win, while Dagmar Bloeming took the loss. The Rebellion started things off quickly in…

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