Mississauga Tigers 18U: Welcome

The 2011 Mississauga North Tigers Midget (Murray) Team is comprised of a group of talented and enthusiastic athletes who are committed to taking their game to the highest level. We are coached by Dave Murray..



Sunday, July 25
Risin' Up To The Challenge Of Our Rival

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Sunday, July 18
2010 TIGERS WIN BRONZE AT PROVINCIALS!

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The Mississauga North Tigers girls' midget fastpitch team went down a long road to win provincial bronze this past weekend in Guelph. After three round-robin contests, the Tigers lost their first qualifying-round game of the double-knockout Ontario championship tournament before righting themselves and reeling off a trio of victories to advance to the final three. Mississauga fell 10-0 to Brantford in a semi-final on Sunday. Still, the bronze qualifies the Tigers for the national championships, taking place Aug. 1-8 in St. John, New Brunswick. Scarborough, which won gold, also advances, as does Brantford. Tigers coach Leo Latini said he's proud of his charges, who played eight games over the three-day tournament. "In all the years I've been coaching, I've rarely seen a team face this much adversity," Latini said. "They dug deep to play incredible ball. Their defence was right on the nose and they were definitely the best-hitting team in the provincial championships." On Saturday night, the Tigers lost 8-5 to Scarborough and were in danger of being eliminated. But they crushed Whitby 9-2 and followed that with a 7-4 win over Guelph - winner of six of the last nine championships - on Sunday morning. Mississauga then dumped Brampton, another tourney favourite, by a 5-2 count to advance to the semis. Pitcher Larissa Ostapiak was named the tournament's most valuable player for starting all eight games and hitting four home runs. First baseman/catcher Brittany Bell was also a key contributor, with three home runs. When the Tigers travel to New Brunswick, they'll be without catcher Corinne Brookhuis, who'll be playing for the Canadian Junior Nationals at the World championships in Bogota, Colombia. In round-robin action, the Tigers defeated Windsor 4-0, got by Pickering 9-6 in extra innings and lost 7-3 to Brampton.

Sunday, March 7
Mississauga Partners USFA Qualifying Tournament


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Sunday, March 7
MISSISSAUGA NORTH TIGERS ORGANIZATION


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