CT Charmers 18U Gold / Swanchak: Welcome

CONNECTICUT CHARMERS

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  CT CHARMERS 18U GOLD / SWANCHAK

 

  Connecticut's #1 Fastpitch Softball Showcase Organization

   

 

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  General Manager / Coach

Neil Swanchak

(203) 906-7586

charmersgmneil@aol.com


 

Over 250 CT Charmers have gone on to play softball at the collegiate level!  

Are you getting the exposure you need to play at the next level?  Do you want to play at the top tournaments and showcases, on the main fields, in front of the best college coaches?  The Charmers organization is Connecticut's premiere fast-pitch softball showcase team that assures the most dedicated high school softball players get the exposure needed to play at the collegiate level.  The CT Charmers play a robust Summer and Fall season and are seen by more than 300 college coaches every year.   

   

June 27, 2015: Congrats to CT Charmers Gold for being the first New England team to make it to Team NJ June Summer Classic Elite 8!  

July 12, 2015: CT Charmers are "Co-Champions" with South Jersey Mystics at 18U STOP-DWI Tournament of Champions Super 40 in Binghamton, NY!

  

RECENT CHARMERS COLLEGE COMMITMENTS

 2019 Verbal Commitments

Congratulations to Jenna Geffert (P) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at the Colgate University! (September 30, 2017)


2018 Verbal Commitments

Congratulations to Sydney Senerchia (P) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at St Peter's University! (November 11, 2017)

Congratulations to Marissa Morales (2B/OF) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at St Peter's University! (November 3, 2017)

Congratulations to Noelle Ruschil (C/3B) for verbally committing to play Division 3 softball at Middlebury College! (July 28, 2017)

Congratulations to Beca Findley (SS) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at the University of Maine! (July 27, 2017)

Congratulations to Kylie Gavitt (P) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at the University of Connecticut! (March 15, 2017)

Congratulations to Emma Larke (OF) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at the University of Maine! (January 29, 2017)

Congratulations to Rebecca Johnson (OF) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at Colgate University! (September 26, 2016)

Congratulations to Emily Piergustavo (SS/2B/3B) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at the University of Connecticut! (July 29, 2016)

 

2017 Verbal Commitments  

Congratulations to Ireland Miessau (P) for verbally committing to play Division 1

softball at University of Rhode Island! (February 7, 2017) 

 

Congratulations to Maighread Scafariello (C) for verbally committing to play Division 2 softball at Adelphi University! (December 16, 2016)

 

Congratulations to Sarah Lawton (P) for verbally committing to play NJCAA Division 1 softball at the Florida Southwestern College! (December 5, 2016)

 

Congratulations to Shanna Scribner (3B/1B) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at the University of Maine! (November 13, 2016)

 

Congratulations to Lauren O'Neill (OF) for verbally committing to play Division 2

softball at Adelphi University! (August 8, 2016)

 

Congratulations to Jonell Hobert (2B/SS) for verbally committing to play Division 1

softball at Sacred Heart University! (August 1, 2016)

 

Congratulations to Taylor Wolfgang (C) for verbally committing to play Division 1

softball at Bucknell University! (February 23, 2016) 

 

Congratulations to Hannah DeSousa (1B) for verbally committing to play Division 1

softball at University of Rhode Island! (January 19, 2016)  

 

Congratulations to Briana Marcelino (SS/2B) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at University of Connecticut! (September 1, 2015)

 

2016 Verbal Commitments

Congratulations to Tal Hart (OF) for verbally committing to play Division 3 softball at Western Connecticut State University! (March 2, 2016)  

 

Congratulations to Caroline Taber (P) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at Princeton University! (September 10, 2015)

 

Congratulations to Natalie Wadolowski (1B/3B) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at Boston College! (August 22, 2015)

 

Congratulations to Kali Magane (P) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at Boston University! (August 4, 2015)

 

Congratulations to Mallory Kane (OF) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at Lafayette College! (June 28, 2015)

 

Congratulations to Raven Houck (SS/2B) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at the University of Pennsylvania! (April 27, 2015)

 

Congratulations to Raeanne Geffert (P) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at Bucknell University! (Feb 7, 2015)

 

2015 Commitments

Congratulations to Noelle Daley (1B) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at Bryant University!

Congratulations to Katelyn Corr (OF) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at Stony Brook University!

Congratulations to Marissa Morris (C) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at the University of Connecticut!

Congratulations to Harleigh Kaczegowicz (C) for verbally committing to play Division 3 softball at the University of Rochester!

Congratulations to Danielle Kemp (SS/2B) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at Stony Brook University!

Congratulations to Kendra Friedt (P) for verbally committing to play Division 1 softball at Boston College!

Congratulations to Stephanie Stumm (OF) for verbally committing to play Division 3 softball at SUNY Cortland! 


 


   We are saddened to report CTCharmer, Danni Kemp (2015) lost her battle with a rare cancer and her family can use our support, thoughts and prayers.

Please visit the Danni Kemp Cancer Fund page on this site to help with a donation.



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Danni Kemp
Tuesday, August 23
Danni Kemp Cancer Fund

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 https://www.gofundme.com/2hc4x85g

Danielle Kemp, a former CT Charmer, is a 19 year old Milford CT native, a Foran HS alum, and currently a Division 1 student-athlete at Stony Brook in Long Island. As an avid softball player since childhood, Danni was spending this summer the same way she has been for the past 10 years, playing summer softball; only this year, she was in a Brakettes uniform the whole summer.

In early July, Danni got hit by a pitch in the helmet during an at-bat. As a few weeks passed Danni began experiencing balance problems, trouble focusing, and dizziness. Doctors had initially thought it was a concussion, but after an MRI was ordered, they realized it was not a concussion.

After being sent to Yale-New Haven Hospital, Danni and her family were informed that she has an inoperable brain tumor in the Pons region of her brain. Due to the location, surgery is not an option, Danni will begin radiation therapy on August 29th, and will receive treatment Monday through Friday, for a total of 6 weeks. The team of doctors at Yale is still working to come up with the best plan of care to continue with after the 6 weeks of radiation. The family is very hopeful for new clinical trials that should be available in the near future. Danni is the toughest young woman we have all ever met, and is more than ready to fight this.

Her strong and indomitable will has already proven to be more than enough to battle and beat a rare kidney disease while she was in high school. This will be a battle but with so many people who know and love Danni and her Family, they’ve got an army behind them.

With that being said, there are so many people looking to help so we’ve started with this page in hopes of raising money for the family to offset any costs that they may face in this upcoming battle. Danni, Alyssa, Melinda and Cliff, will continually need all of the positive thoughts, prayers, support throughout these next few months.

With a large community who loves this family, they will undoubtedly have the endless support that they need throughout this whole process. We ask that you please share this page on Facebook, through email, by word of mouth, etc. We want this page to reach the most people it possibly can. Thank you for taking the time to read this, and even if a donation isn’t possible, please send prayers and positive thoughts to Danni and the Kemp family. Let’s please do all we can as a community to help this family and Danni fight this battle with cancer.

Help spread the word!