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Our Graduating Class of 2015

At BlueFire Fastpitch, we have a different approach to the college recruiting process. We are not simply encouraging girls to haphazardly play softball in college or attend the school who we have contacts with or which show some degree of interest in the athlete. Instead, we hired a Director of Player Development who assists and guides the process to make the right fit for the student athlete. If the result is attending college and pursuing academics, then we are just as encouraged and proud of those girls. Our current graduating class received an enormous amount of academic money to attend excellent colleges. They are ready to embrace the next stage of their life, whether it be through a continuation of softball or a concentration only on their academics. The real key to their success, however, is what they will become 10 years from now and how their will impact the World. We believe they are ready for the next stage.

BlueFire Fastpitch is excited to announce its first graduating class (2015) since the inception of its organization. Most of these girls stayed together throughout the years since they were 9 years old. This class of girls consists of a young talented pool of female student athletes who have learned valuable lessons in development, team building, commitment, dedication and goal setting. Some have decided to continue their softball career in college and some have decided to concentrate on their academics. In either event, we are so proud of their accomplishments and wish them the best in their future endeavors.

Brianna Maniscalco
will play softball at Rhodes College in Tennessee and concentrate on pre-med neuroscience studies

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Katie Grodski will play softball at Drew University and study graphic design

Kim Goldsmith will play softball at Cortland University and study forensic science

Nicole Moccio will attend Villanova University and concentrate on becoming an orthopedic surgeon

Kristina Barry will attend James Madison University and study business and finance.

Carly Steffen will attend University of Delaware and concentrate in business administration

Danielle Fogarty attends Fairfield University and studies political science with a pre-law emphasis (graduated 2014).

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