News and Announcements
At the bottom of this post you will see our Organizational Return to Practice Guidelines as approved by the Board of Directors.
The document Crushers_Guidelines_for_Return_to_Practice.pdf was attached to this post.
Please find attached at the end of this post a link to the Youth Sports COVID Guidelines.
The document COVID_Phase_II_Youth_Sports_Guidelines_18x24_Sign--REV.pdf was attached to this post.
Hello Crusher Family! I know everyone has been “chomping at the bit” to get back in the dirt. We received official word from Prince William County yesterday that they are going to open up the fields for us to practice. I have included in this announcement the Return to Play Guidelines outlined by the County. We as an organization have also placed certain protocols in place to ensure the safety of all of our participants and their families.
The document DPRT_Return_to_Play_Guidelines.pdf was attached to this post.
We are proud to announce that Kimmy Thibodeau has accepted an offer to play softball at the University of Mary Washington. Kimmy played for the Crushers at the 16U and 18U level. She also played school ball for the Paul the VI Panthers. We are proud of Kimmy and her accomplishments on and off the field. She intends to pursue a degree in nursing as she has been accepted into the highly competitive nursing program at Mary Washington. She is excited to continue her softball career at the collegiate level. Go Eagles!
Although shortened, former Crusher Pitcher and First Baseman, Ashley Sain finished up her Senior season at Union College. Ashley Sain. Calling Culpepper, Va., home, Sain has been a two-year member of the team.
A dual-threat for the Bulldogs, Sain served as the team’s designated player and spent time in the circle. She posted a .357 average with 11 RBIs this season and led the team with a 1.75 earned-run average with a 3-0 record and one save. Read more here! http://www.gounionbulldogs.com/article/8369