Website Manager

Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame




Year: 2011

2011 14U

    2011 - 14U District Champions Qualified at State for Nationals

    Manager: Giles Norton
    Coaches: Marc McIntyre and Bub Lutticken
    Players: Makenna Adair, Taylor Brown, Alyssa Del Rosario, Brittany Flud, Hanna Jaeger, Cassidy Johnson, Morgan Lutticken, Shannon McGuire, Olivia McIntyre, Ashley Moore, Gillian Norton, and Jackie Patterson.

    The 14U team won the North County District tournament, advancing to the State tournament in Lancaster where they qualified for Nationals. They finished their bid for a national championship with a loss in an international tie-breaker against The Northwest Wolf Pack (Ranier, OR), 9-10. In all they finished tied for 13th place out of 44 teams.


Year: 2010

2010 10U

    2010 - 10U District Champions

    Manager: Rich Dahlberg
    Coaches: Dave Moore, Don Demnainiuk, and Mark Reddick
    Players: Justine Bartolome, Konner Dahlberg, Hailey Demnianiuk, Amanda Hamelin, Lauren Lomas, Julia Mears, Mackenzie Moore, Reese Prentice, Sydney Reddick, Alexa Santana, Hayden Strong, and Stephanie Ward.

    The 10U A team finished as a Finalist in the District Championships and went to States. At States they came within one out of qualifying for Nationals.


Year: 2008

2008 8U

    2008 - 8U District Champions

    Manager: Mark Reddick
    Coaches: Felix Santana, Dave Moore, Rich Dahlberg, and Wade Mears
    Players: Alyssia Black, Analisa Cassidy, Konner Dahlberg, Hailey Demnianiuk, Jordan Dixon, Meleah Gutierrez, Amanda Hamelin, Julia Mears, Mackenzie Moore, Sydney Reddick, Alexa Santana, and Hayden Strong.

    The 8U Blue team had tremendous success in 2008. Their overall record was 36-1-4. The girls won six tournaments including the North San Diego District Championship and earned a trip to States for the Celebration of Champions. In each of the six tournament championship games a different RB girl drove in the winning run.

    This team won tournament championships at Oceanside, PQ, Irvine, Laguna Niguel, Vista, and North San Diego District. There was no elimination tournament for 8U at States for the Celebration of Champions, but the 8U Blue team went 4-0 and did not give up a single run.


Year: 2004

2004 8U

    2004 - 8U Blue District Champions

    Manager: Bob Nagle
    Coaches: Giles Norton, Steve White, Mary Shea, and Marc McIntyre
    Players: Megan Andrew, Lexie Borg, Amy Carvutto, Danielle Knoetze, Tori McIntyre, Victoria Myers, Kellie Nagle, Paige Norton, Kasaundra Riley, Halee Roman, Laura Shea, and Sara White.

    The 2004 8U Blue team had a very successful season. Their overall record was 32-10-2. Playing in a total of eight tournaments, the team won three, took second in two, and earned the coveted District Champion patch by sweeping through the competition with a 3-0 record. After several years of competing in ASA's "C" division, the 2004 season marked RBGSL's return to ASA's "B" division, and the girls showed that our "smaller than average" league possessed a fine group of talented young ladies.


Year: 2002

2002 10U
    

    2002 - 10U State Champions

    Manager: Gary Small
    Coaches: Marc McIntyre, Brian Westre, Mike Childers, and Toshi Shiotani
    Players: Jamie Childers, Ariel Craig, Hillary Lawson, Victoria Lippert, Madeline McIntyre, Christina Nebrida, Kaley Schultz, Kassy Shiotani, Katie Small, Kirsten Westre, Lauren Westre, and Angela Woods

    The hard earned acomplishments of the 2002 10U team are marvelous. With an incredible record of 46 wins and 6 losses this team went undefeated in both the "C" District Championship and the ASA State Championship held in Lancaster. They were the first Rancho Bernardo team to win both District and State Championships.

    This team won the following tournaments: Laguna Niguel Fathers' Day (6-0), Oceanside Riptide (6-0), "C" District Championships (5-0), and ASA State Championships (5-0) in Lancaster. The team was a finalist in the following tournaments: San Dieguito Memorial (4-1), San Marcos Summertime Warmup (5-1), Carlsbad Sea Breeze (4-1), Escondido Freedom (6-2), and Rancho Bernardo Grand Slam Summer Jam (5-1).

RBGSL At The College Level

One of the measures of the strength of the league is the number of players who have gone on to play softball at more advanced levels, namely, travel, high school, college, and professional teams. RBGSL players who have gone on to play collegiate softball include:

Jenny Auger (University of Georgia), Ariel Craig (University of Nevada, Reno), Laura Determan (Villanova University), Summer Downs (University of Iowa), Suzy Ellquist (Florida International University), Kate Ellwell (Notre Dame de Namur), Lisa Ferracone (Polomar College and California State University, Northridge), Andrea Ferracone (Palomar College and Oklahoma City University), Stephanie Guerena (California State University, Northridge), Emily Harper Guerra (St. Anselm College),Sterling Hoham (Long Island University), Alex Hutchinson (Palomar College), Sarah Jensen (Biola University), Madison Jones (Iowa State University), Christina Khosravi (University of Pennsylvania), Danielle Knoetze (committed to East Tennessee State University), Janna Kovensky (San Diego State University), Stephanie Leisenring (Vanguard University), Melissa May (Florida State University), Ami McElroy (Claremont Colleges), Maddy McIntyre (The Ohio State University), Lauren Nagle (California State University, Stanislaus), Christy Nelson (Yale University), Tess Paredes (Whittier College), Samantha Pittman (Providence College), Melissa Routh (Colorado State University), Kim Sawyer (University of California, Santa Barbara), Heather Scaglione (University of Oklahoma), Jo Sherlock (St. John's University), Kassy Shiotani (Harvard University), Kristen “Skooch” Shiotani (Concordia University, Irvine), Bridget Starry (Jacksonville University), Nicki Starry (University of Wisconsin), Cathie Stelman (Linfield College), Julie Stelman (University of California, San Diego), Jill Upchurch (San Francisco State University), and Laura Winter (University of Notre Dame).

Quote Corner

           

A trophy carries dust. Memories last forever.” – Mary Lou Retton

 “Somewhere behind the athlete you’ve become and the hours of practice and the coaches who have pushed you is a little girl who fell in love with the game and never looked back… play for her.” – Mia Hamm

 “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships.”      –  Michael Jordan

Copyright © 2019 Rancho Bernardo Girls Softball League  |  Privacy Policy |  Terms Of Use |  License Agreement |  Children's Privacy Policy  Log In