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Welcome to Raiders Softball's web site!

Raiders Softball of Massachusetts, with uniquely experienced coaches who have all played or coached the game of softball at a highly competitive level, has the sole purpose of creating an athletic venue for young women and girls 18 years of age and under, who are committed to striving for the highest level of competition in softball to enhance their character, mental and physical health, sportsmanship and educational opportunities. The 2015-2016 Raiders Organization has four 18U (Committed, Premier Gold, Regional Gold and Gold), 16U, two 14U, and 12U fastpitch softball teams. Here, you'll be able to get news, information, schedules, rosters, game results, directions and much much more. Check back frequently for the latest information about our program.

14U Gray Wins NSA May Madness

14U Gray Wins NSA May Madness

by posted 05/22/2016
U12 Raiders Take 1st Place at NSA May Madness in Dracut

U12 Wins First Tournament of the Season!

by posted 05/22/2016
Hopkinton's Mirabile magnificent in softball win over Norton

by posted 05/16/2016
SPM's Gallo is softball Gatorade Player of the Year

Congratulations to Erin Gallo who was named Gatorade Massachusetts Softball Player of the Year!  Full story can be read by clicking here.

by posted 06/05/2015
Raiders Softball competes at Diamond 9 Fall Sun Classic Showcase

Raiders Softball competed in the prestigious Diamond 9 Fall Sun Classic Showcase at the ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Florida October 31 through November 2. Raiders sent two teams to play 7 games each over the course of the weekend as well as having several players participate in the Skills Clinic on October 30.

by posted 11/04/2014
Raiders Alum & 12U Coach Sheri Liggiero an All-Star
May 10, 2014
Sophomore centerfielder Sheri Liggiero (Tewksbury, Mass.) became the first Newbury College softball player to be named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Division III All-Region Softball Third Team, announced Saturday morning.
The announcement comes a week after Liggiero was named to the New England Collegiate Conference(NECC) First Team for the second consecutive season. A catalyst atop the Nighthawk line-up hitting a career single-season best .394 (43-108) with an outstanding .459 on-base percentage, the Tewksbury, Mass native tormented opposing pitchers on the base-paths. Leading the NECC swiping single-season high 19 of 21 bases - including 16 against conference foes, Liggiero ranks 51st amongst all Division III in stolen bases averaging 0.54 per game.
Midway through the season, she went on a career, five-week long, 13-game hitting streak from March 7th to April 13th where she hit .512 (22-43) with two doubles, 15 runs scored and successfully stealing eight of eight on the base-paths. In addition, Liggiero has also anchored the Nighthawk outfield, playing a near flawless centerfield which included robbing NECC Pitcher and Player of the Year, Elms junior Beth Grimes of a would-be homerun in the first round of the NECC Tournament on April 30th.
Liggiero was just one of two players from the NECC to be named to the NFCA Division III All-Region Team. Lesley University first year McKenzi Golden was named to the NFCA Division III All-Region First Team.

by posted 05/12/2014
Raiders' Danielle Deraney named to All-BIG East team

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Providence College softball sophomores Kiki Baldassari (Denville, N.J.) and Danielle Deraney (Shrewsbury, Mass.) were named to All-BIG EAST teams, it was announced on Tuesday, May 6 by the conference. Baldassari was named to the First Team, while Deraney earned Second Team honors. It marks the first time a Friar has made the All-BIG EAST First Team since outfielder Mary Rose Sheey did so in 2009.

Deraney finished the year second on the team in batting average (.319) and hits (28). She started all 19 of the teams' BIG EAST games and recorded a .321 batting average in league competition. Deraney hit safely in 17 of the 27 games she appeared in. During the season, Deraney split time between first base and the designated player position.

by posted 05/12/2014
Holy Name's Kelsey Saucier Throws First Career No-Hitter

Senior Kelsey Saucier struck out 12 and hurled her first career no-hitter to lead the No. 1 Naps (7-1) past the visiting Panthers (3-3). Batterymate Danielle Rocheleau had two doubles, a home run and five RBIs for Holy Name.

by posted 04/26/2014
Raiders 18U Compete At Diamond 9 Winter Sun Classic

by posted 01/22/2014
Congratulations to the Raiders players on their Colleges
Raiders Players have committed to attend the following schools in the Fall of 2015:
Bentley College                                Paige Hovespian

Franklin Pierce                                  Sabrina Lomonaco

Merrimack College                            Caitlin McBride

Springfield College                            Eliza Pouteni√¢‚‚¬‚€¹s

University of New England                 Kaitlin Carson

Stonehill College                               Carly Rennie

√¢‚‚¬‚€¹Trinity College                                  Courtney Erickson

Westfield State University                 Saxon Bresnahan√¢‚‚¬‚€¹

Framingham State University            Brittany Dougal

√¢‚‚¬‚€¹Daniel Webster                                 Taylor Dill


Raiders Players attended the following schools in the Fall of 2014:


Holy Cross                              Gabrielle Muniz
Ithaca College                                  Allison Colleran
Lafayette College                             Miranda Skurla
Middlebury College                          Ali Della Volpe
Providence College                          Paige Mulry 

WPI                                       Julia Veitch, Kelsey Saucier, Ama Biney
Suffolk                                   Delaney Sylvester
University of Rhode Island       Jess Proia

Former Raiders Players currently playing at the collegiate level:
Babson College           Meaghan Merullo
Colgate University           Megan Carnase                              
Curry College                 Amy Nolan 
Emerson College                  Shannon Torosian
Endicott College              Emily Hoffman, Samantha DiBella, Crissy Gikas
Fitchburg State               Galen Kerr
Franklin Pierce                     Alicia Dean
Hamilton College                 Talia Mercardo
Harvard University                Alyssa Siegmann   
Holy Cross                            Ashley Vargus, Julia Barrett
James Madison                     Cassidy Clayton              
Merrimack College               Lindsay Gibbs

Newbury College              Sheri Liggiero
Providence College               Katie Duval, Danielle Deraney, Kiara Amos
Rockhurst University            Kayla Hoyer
St. Anselm’s                          Kasey Moran
Trinity College                       Abby Ostrom
Tufts University                    
Abby Curran
UMASS Amherst                   Bridget Lemire
UMASS Lowell                     Rachel Bullard
UPENN                                  Georgia Guttadauro

Former Raiders Softball players have played at the following schools:

Bates College                       Jess Fitzgerald
Bentley College                   Tiffany Carnavale, Lauren Delaney, Laura Fleming
Boston University                Christi Murphy
Bryant University                 Janine Enos, Amanda Wilbur, Lauren McNiff,
Tina Eringis
CW Post                               Holly Eringis, Amanda Aeillo
Dartmouth College               Sarah Bankoff, Jill Garcia
DePauw University              Shannon Buell
Eckard College                     Katie Parker,
Emma Docking
Emmanuel College               Samantha Luther
Fairfield University              Keri Giangrande
Franklin Pierce                     Keleen Wotten, Jayme Bilafer
Framingham State College   Mary Matthews
Harvard University               Kerry Flaherty,
Olivia Piccione,
Holy Cross                            Erin Fleming, Tiffany DeCoff
James Madison                     Ashley Burnham
Merrimack College               Kim Page, Judy O'Connell, Shawna Currier,
                                              Laura Carlson,
Kelli Jo Deardorff, Courtney Parker
Middlebury College              Colleen Sullivan
New Hampshire College       Kathy Kiley, Lynne Parker
Nichols College                     Jen Solomon
North Carolina State              Eliza Jacobellis
Plymouth State University     Diana Bean
Providence College                Ava Pandiani, Katie Collins
Quinnapiac University           Emily Bellush
Rhode Island College             Jamie Mastrocola
Siena College                         Emily Day

Southern NH University        Katie Stanley
St. Anselm's College             Shannon Dalton
Stonehill College                   Courtney Young
Suffolk University                 Jess Ferreria, Christina Nay
Tufts University                    Jen Mackie,
Emily Beinecke
University of Maine              Katie Churchill, Lauren Dulkis, Melissa Mather
UMASS Amherst                  Stephanie Mayne, Paige Hansen
UMASS Lowell                     Julie Brodie, Donna Mills
University of New Haven      Kathleen Lawlor
UNC Chapel Hill                   Joslin Higgins
UNC Wilmington                  Amanda Additays
Union College                       Jackie Coffee
University of Rhode Island   Jamie Rautenberg, Mary Beth Ball
University of Vermont          Casey Fleming
Valparaiso University           Lisa DeBruzzi
Villanova University             Jackie Dempsey      
Wheaton College                   Lori Hill, Katie Boyle

by Lisa McGloin posted 12/09/2013
Raider players attend Sue Enquist lecture at Planet Fastpitch

On Sunday, January 13, several Raider players and coaches attended the Sue Enquist event at Planet Fastpitch.  Coach Enquist is retired from UCLA after leading their program for 27 years. 
by posted 01/14/2013
Alabama's Jackie Trainer meets Raiders
On December 22, Alabama Ace Jackie Trainer attended a Raider workout.

by posted 01/13/2013
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