Wi Glory Schmidt/Rendon/Dodson (16U)
Still looking to add 1 dedicated pitcher
We are looking to add a top pitcher to our roster who is looking to play at a higher level. Please contact Coach Jen directly for a tryout time- firstname.lastname@example.org
We plan to continue playing high level ball, and move to primarily PGF/ USA with some exposure tournaments. We will be going to the exposure tournament in October in St Louis, and The Strike Out Cancer Tournament in Va. We offer a free Sports Recruits profile for each player, with active training for contacting colleges of your choice.
Based in Southeast Wisconsin, our 1st year 16u roster consists of all star caliber players from 7 counties and 2 states. The members of the team share the goals of being the best softball players they can be, being the best teammate possible, and being positive role models for the communities they live in.
With focused coaches, the team is taking a huge step forward in player development and on field performance in 2019-2020! We will play the top competition in the midwest, competing in all A level/ Elite ASA/ USSSA tournaments, PGF tournaments and some exposure tournaments as well. We are bringing in Austin Wasserman to train our players to be the strongest, and most fundamentally sound players at throwing, in Wisconsin. We offer a skilled hitting coach, and opportunities for catching clinics, and pitching clinics. We are fundraising this season to travel to VA for our 2019/2020 season, for their annual Strike Out Cancer tournament, and college camp, hosted by our founding Glory family.
Our main goal is to help our players achieve their goals both on and off the field. We guarantee that with effort on their own- along with the Glory organizations help- they will be working towards being exposed to college coaches throughout the country. We also want them to become good stewards of their communities and understand there are many opportunities to help others, making them better areas to live in. Volunteer events are a large part of our plan to build strong, confident, intelligent women, who will make a positive impact in their future endeavors.
The plan is to continue to build a strong core that can remain together throughout their travel years , ensure they have opportunities in the future, as well as stay healthy and strong, is proving to benefit our organization and our players greatly. We have 6 girls returning from our 2018/2019 season! This type of trust and team bonding is practically extinct in the travel softball world these days. We are very proud of the players, parents and coaches who have supported this way of thinking for the last 5 years! A confident, supported player is a dominant one, with no limitations!!
Coaches & Staff
Honors / Awards coming soon
June 2019 - USA Class A State Tournament, 3rd place champions
Had a tough schedule at the Wisconsin USA State Tournament, and came up with a well fought 3rd place finish! Beat the 2nd place team once, but had to battle them a 2nd time and fell short! Really great weekend!
USSSA Silver Hawks Classic Qualifier Champions - 2nd spring tournament, 2nd Win!
Our Championship game went 10 innings, was our 2nd game in a row, tie breaker rules, 3+ hour game, AND we were the away team!! Not sure what the odds of us winning that were- but the girls NEVER GAVE UP!!! So proud of everyone- playing hard and doing it right by the girls!
7 Inning Slam Champions - Great Glory Teamwork!
Our core team, values, and work ethic, proved that you can do right by your kids- and succeed. A few of the girls knew a local softball player who was killed recently- but honestly, even those of us who didn't know her, were heartbroken over the news. Coach Frank wanted to pay tribute to her- so he, and his daughter, made all of the girls pink ribbons to wear- so we were playing for her and her family. A few of our girls were supposed to go to their final middle school Daddy/Daughter dance that night. But because of the weather, the 2 day tournament became a 1 day tournament- so the girls needed to make a decision. 2 of them decided to stay and finish out the day. We brought back a girl who left the team because high school was too much, and she felt she needed to give all her attention to her schooling. We brought back a 12u player, who played with Coach Beth when she coached her 10u team- and that 12u player ended up scoring the championship winning run by stealing home on a past ball in the 8th inning. We were still missing 4 of our starters to high school, a wedding and recent surgery- yet the team we compiled still came together to get it done. We went on to defeat Burlington in the 8th inning- because our girls never gave up!! Our pitcher ended up throwing 6 innings, then 7 innings back to back to get the 2 W's. ALL of them contributed to our success. People like to underestimate our team- and that's fine with me! We have been doing it right by caring, supporting, building up, giving confidence, giving tools and working hard for our kids to achieve whatever goals they want to.
February 2019 - St Bede Community meal/ pantry
Glory 14u Schmidt along with Carthage College Women's Softball team, served the community a meal, and helped them shop in the food pantry. The best part was talking with all of the patrons, and especially one War Veteran, who had plenty of stories to tell! If anyone needs support from this great event, they offer the community meal every 3rd Sunday in the church basement. - Read Full Article
February 2019 - Special Olympics Basketball tournament
This is Glory 14u Schmidt's 3rd year volunteering at the Special Olympics Basketball event. Our Glory 12u coach, Kiana, also has volunteered at this event, as well as other special needs events for years. She brought her 12u team this year to join her in supporting this great event!
December, 2018 - Glory supports 4 Veteran Families
Glory 14u Schmidt raised money and helped 4 veteran families in need this Christmas. They worked along side the 82nd Airborne chapter of Wisconsin, the IOU Foundation, and the HUD VASH program in North Chicago IL. With their extended efforts, and support from the community, they were able to give fulfill 4 families wish lists for Christmas. Thank you to all who helped us make this possible!
December 2018 - 3rd year at FMSC
Glory 14u Schmidt beat their past record of number of boxes packed for Feed My Starving Children, a Christian organization that helps feed children in 3rd world countries. This is one of our favorite events to participate in each year. See the link below if you are interested in donating, or volunteering. - Read Full Article
September 15, 2018 - Glory volunteers with Vail Resorts
The 14u Schmidt team partnered with Vail Resorts, to restore Silver Lake Park, in Silver Lake Wi. - Read Full Article
2018 - 1st Place Slamo De Mayo Tournament
Went undefeated for the day, to win the Championship!
2018 - 1st place Game Day Waukegan
Went undefeated for the entire tournament, threw a no hitter, and shut out our opponent in the championship game!