Shockers Softball: Welcome


              2013 - 2014 New England Shocker (NES) Softball Tryouts

One Last Tryout date for the Shockers

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We have had a huge response to our tryouts. We have had close to 170 girls attend our tryouts across all ages and we are looking to have one last tryout incase you did not get a chance to attend one. The date is Wednesday August 21st. The time is 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm


Dean Park Lower Softball Field


Wednesday August 21, 2013

All Ages



Age category is based on the age of the player on Dec 31, 2013.

Hope to see you there!





The Shockers, one of the most respected travel softball organizations in Central Mass, will be starting its 14th season of existence.

During these years, The Shockers have a track record of tremendous achievement on and off the field and have been successful in helping many players realize their dream of playing college softball.


The Shockers teams will play a competitive schedule including local and regional qualifiers. Teams will prepare and play with the goals of providing quality instruction and competing against the highest level of competition in the area.


The Shockers expect players to make softball their top priority as a sport and to dedicate themselves to achieving their maximum potential both on and off the field. While the goal of playing softball in college is not a requirement, team instruction, regimen, and schedule will be oriented toward maximizing the opportunities for players to play softball at a high level.


Jay Bouvier     email:




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The Shockers were started in 2000 and we have developed into one of the most respected programs in Central Massachusetts.      

Our Mission Statement:

The Shockers are dedicated to developing competitive girls fast pitch softball teams. Players are coached in all aspects of playing competitive fast pitch softball. In addition, a strong emphasis is placed on academic excellence, good sportsmanship and positive behavior. Our players are coached to be part of the team. They are expected to encourage other players, cheer when appropriate, take pride in personal and team accomplishments and accept winning and defeat with dignity.


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