Manager: Mike Roberts
The Factory is proud to announce that Kayla Stanley, a 2020 graduate from Mira Mesa High School, has verbally committed to continue her softball and academic career at Northwest University in Kirkland, WA. Kayla has a 4.6 GPA, is a catcher and middle infielder and currently plays for The Factory 18U Gold Team. She also plays for Mira Mesa High School where she has been a member of the Varsity team since her freshman year.
Kayla had a great summer in 2019, helping her Factory Cole/Smith (16u) Team compete in great events like the Colorado Sparkler (3rd place). She played for 18U Gold team in Champion’s Cup and also the EC Bullets 16U team in Boulder IDT and Utah World Series where they won the silver Championship (Combined record of 17-4-1 in Utah and Colorado). Kayla had several college opportunities but Northwest University was her top pick. Kayla wants to major in Political Science and aspires to become a lawyer.
Kayla is extremely excited to become an Eagle and play under the tutelage of 25 year head coach Pam Fink.
Congratulations Kayla from all of us at The Factory! Keep up the hard work.
The EC Bullets CA 2020 team had a great run this Summer finishing the year at 65-12-1.
Monster Mash, Fireworks NIT, Player's Classic, PGF Invite, PGF Las Vegas National Qualifier.
Undefeated at Zoom into June, Surf City Las Vegas
Audrey Shebloski - New Mexico State
Mia Rushton - Weber State
Alexa Williams and Alena Ramirez - George Washington
Allie Crewse - Sacramento State
More to come this Fall
The Factory 16U Gold had a great run in Colorado at the 2019 TCS Sparkler tournament finishing as the runner-up in the top bracket. The girls played hard all week in high temperatures and dealt with rain delays.
Aurial Yeager was dominant in the circle for 16U Gold throwing 49 innings and winning 6 games. She held the opponents to a .217 batting average and had 35 strikeouts. On offense, 16U Gold was led by Jacquie Clark with a .615 batting average and Avery Perez had 12 hits to lead the team. Several others had great weeks on offense as well including Virginia Collins, Mackenzie LeFebvre, Breannah McCann and Sophia Manos. The team hit a whopping .380 for the week.
Great job by the whole team and Coach Jay and Coach Erin.