Our latest commitment is Lizzie Benson! Lizzie will be joining Megan Schuster and our large group from last year at Santa Fe State College in Gainesville next year.
We are proud to announce that Marissa Cohen, Nicole James and Taylor Atherton, Class of 2015, have committed to play softball at the next level. Marissa will play for Pasco-Hernando State College in New Port Richey, Florida and Nicole James and Taylor Atherton will travel to Talladega, Alabama to play for Talladega College.
We wish Marissa, Nicole, Taylor and Lizzie the best of luck as they embark on their college softball careers.
The Future Rebels organization is very excited to announce that Future Rebels alumni Autumn Hanners (class of 2013) has signed with Austin Peay State University in Tennessee to finish her college softball career. Austin Peay is a Division 1 school playing in the Ohio Valley Conference. This is our organization's first Division 1 school signing and it won't be our last. Autumn and her family took our organization's philosophy to heart and looked at the best college program that would allow her the opportunity to succeed both educationally and financially to reach her dreams. Autumn is currently playing at the #1 nationally ranked junior college, College of Central Florida in Ocala, where she stands out both in the pitcher's circle and at the plate. Your Rebel family is very proud of you!
2nd Team Miracle Sports 8A All State Softball
Cortney Bunker (East River)
Faith Musselwhite (Apopka)
All-Seminole Athletic Conference
Anna Kula (Lake Mary)
Lizzie Benson (Lyman)
Nai'a Sylvia (Lake Brantley)
Morgan Greco (Oveido)
2015 is starting off to be our best!!!!!!
14U and 18U Teams Accepted into the Atlanta Legacy Showcase in July
Partnership with Ali Higgs from Backwards K to have Rebel only camps throughout year and at least one College Coach Exposure Camp this summer.
Fundraiser opportunities galore with the Magic, Daytona Raceway, Concerts and the Citrus Bowl. Softball for our players could be free with all we have to offer volunteers.
How many can say that???????
Please extend a warm Rebels welcome to our two newest teams coming on board in June. FR 10U with head coach Ron Christopher and FR 14U Gray, head coached by Rich Schou, will be taking the fields this month. We are excited to see both teams come aboard and grow with us!
Rebels on the move this weekend. With teams headed to Miami and Tampa. Good luck ladies and everyone have a great weekend.
Future Rebels Atlanta Team
This year we are making a few changes to enhance your daughters training experience. We now have a pro coach on staff that will be working with all the kids! Cheyenne Jenks played softball for Florida Gulf Coast University then moved on to play professionally for the Chicago Bandits. She currently is a cross fit athlete both competing and teaching young kids. We are proud to welcome Cheyenne on board! We also have two hitting coaches, already on staff, who have worked with our alumni to get them to the level that colleges expect.
In the last 5 years we have sent 58 girls to college with a scholarship. No senior in our organization has gone unsigned. We are always looking for hard working girls with a great attitude who want to play softball but also want to be a leader in life. We have the contacts to help get you there. Along with normal showcase tournaments, which most teams play in, we are consistently invited to scrimmage against colleges from around Florida and Georgia. What better way to get your daughter noticed than playing on the schools own fields for a few hours? We also received a very exclusive invite to play in the Legacy Showcase tournament in Atlanta. Check out their website to see a list of the 309 coaches that attended that invite only showcase last summer. We have always focused on smaller schools for kids simply because they will pay a better percentage of a girls cost for college. We have that program down, but our feeling is that the addition of Cheyenne, and also a recruiting service that we’ve teamed with recently, will open up opportunities for kids who wish to get looked at by D1 schools. You no longer have to go somewhere else to get into D1 schools.
We have recruiting coordinators assigned to each team to help the girls with emails and contacting coaches. This is included in the fee to play with us which is already cheaper than most organizations around simply because we have more teams. Many recruiting services you see will run upwards of $3000, charged to you, to help get your daughter into school. Ask them who pays them.
We have dedicated lighted fields so we can practice year round without worry of it getting dark on us. We have dedicated batting cages to hit in so girls get the most swings possible each practice. We have fundraising opportunities available to each parent that can take care of the entire cost to play here. We want to help your daughter chase her dreams.
Future Rebels Fastpitch
The only difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little “extra”.
Brooke scores home run to Pasco-Hernando State College
Lauren has hit a home run to Hillsborough Community College
Cortney Bunker hits a home run to Miami Dade
Brooke Aldrich hits a home run to Pasco-Hernando
Megan Schuster hits a home run to Santa Fe
Megan successfully diving for a ball in the outfield at a showcase last month
Megan Garfinkel hits a home run to Miami Dade
College Alumni Kyra Nadzam starts college career as a "Saxon"
The Future Rebels 14U Gold at NSA's TOYS for TOTS