Coaches Bios

Jennie Ritter

Former pitcher at Michigan, NCAA National Championship in 2005, all-time career leader in strikeouts team and conference. 2-time Big Ten and NFCA First Team, USA Softball Player of the Year, 2-time All-American First Team, Big Ten Pitcher and 2-time Female Athlete of the Year. All-time Michigan record holder in numerous categories. USA National Team, Gold medalist World Cup and Pan American Games. Pro-League play with the Akron Racers and PFX Tour.

Crystal Bustos

She is a two-time Olympic gold medalist. She holds the world record for home runs during an Olympic series, with six.[2] She is a member of the 2008 U.S. Olympic softball team, which won the silver medal. Her accomplishments also include two World Cup Championships (2006 and 2007), three Pan American gold medals (1999, 2003 and 2007), and a gold medal at the 2006 ISF World Championships. She has also played for the NPF Akron Racers, and was the Most Valuable Player in the WPSL for the Orlando Wahoos in 1998.[5]

Suzy Brazney

A 19-time ASA All-American, member of three Pan-American Games teams (two gold and one silver), one Gold medal World Championship team and three ASA National Championship Teams. Assistant coach for the USA Jr. National team and the USA National teams. ASA Hall of Fame inductee. Collegiate player at Cal Poly Pomona, two time NCAA All-American, Broderick Award Nominee and Cal Poly's Hall of Fame in 1994. Suzy continues to play senior women's softball.




Jennie Finch

3-time All-American pitcher and first basemen for Arizona. 3-time NFCA First Team, 3-time PAC-10 First Team, 2-time PAC-10 Pitcher of the Year and 2-time Honda Player of the Year award. Women's College World Series Championship and NCAA record for 60 consecutive pitching wins. Olympic Gold and Silver medalist. Pro-League Chicago Bandits. ESPN color analyst and Time magazine described her as the most famous softball player in history.

Natasha Watley


Natasha joined the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame after leading the Bruins, leading to three straight Women's College World Series and the NCAA Division 1 Softball Championship title in 2003. In 2004, Natasha played with America's Olympic team, taking home a gold medal. In 2008, she competed again, winning a silver medal. She then continued her professional career by joining USSSA Pride and Team Toyota in Japan. Read More.....

Toni Mascarnenas

As an Arizona Wildcat, Toni was named Pac- 10 Newcomer of the Year, earned All-College World Series and 2-time First Team All-American honors. 4-time PAC-10 Conference Player, NCAA Champions, University of Arizona Hall of Fame. USA National Team member, USA Elite team and Pro-League Arizona Heat.

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