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  Thursday, June 8
Abbott Finishes Freshman Season
Maddie completed her first season at Lebanon Valley College. She held an ERA of 1.60 with 14 wins including 6 shutouts while compiling 111 strikeouts on the season. Way to go Maddie!

Thursday, June 8
Hammons Completes First Season at Ursinus
Jennifer "Jen" completed her first season at Ursinus College. She pitched 5 complete games with two wins and 37 strikeouts. Jen has come back to join the Belles for their 2017 season as their pitching coach. 

Thursday, June 8
Carty Finishes First Season as a Bear
Angela "Angie" completed her first season at the collegiate level with Kutztown University. She started 27 games and compiled a fielding percentage of 1.000. Angie finished the season with a .262 batting average. 

Tuesday, May 23
Ghanayem Finishes First Season At Shippensburg
Micaela Ghanayem finished a successful first season at Shippensburg University.  She saw time at both 3rd and behind the plate.

Thursday, June 8
Hughes Completes Sophomore Season With the Giants
Alyssa played with the Belles for three seasons and committed to Keystone College to continue her softball career. She is the starting pitcher for the Giants and after two seasons she has posted a career batting average of .250 while pitching 16 complete games with 12 wins and 120 strikeouts. As a freshman she tied the record for most shutouts in a single season and has been placed on the CSAC All-Academic Team two seasons in a row. Goodluck next year!

Thursday, June 8
Casey Finishes Her Third Year With the Huskies
Bridget plays outfield for Bloomsburg and is known to be a hard worker. Her career batting average is .277 tallying 2 homeruns and 28 RBI's. As Bridget heads to her senior season we wish her the best of luck!

Thursday, June 8
Scala Finishes Her Third Season as a Pacer
Lexi, a former Belle, plays shortstop and catches for the Pacers. She has received a 1st Team All-Conference award as well as twice earning 2nd Team All-Conference. Her career batting average is .389 as she tallies 4 homeruns and 84 RBI's. From the Belles organization we wish you the best in your senior season!

Thursday, June 8
Mayhew Approaches Senior Season as a Husky
Emily has completed three seasons at Bloomsburg University. She has started every year she has been on the team and has recieved multiple awards, most notably,1st Team All-Conference twice and being named PSAC Freshman of the Year. Emily has a career batting average of .334 with 15 homeruns and 85 RBI's. Way to go Emily!

Thursday, June 8
Alisauckas Finishes Third Season With The Mount
Morgan completed her junior year at the division 1 level with the Mount St. Mary's program. Through three years she has a batting average of .311, with 11 home runs and 58 RBI's. From the Belles organization we wish you the best in your senior season!

Thursday, June 8
DePriest Finishes Her Softball Career as a Crusader
Brianna, a former Belle, has recently completed her final season of her softball career at Alvernia University this past Spring. She finished with a career batting average of .392 while tallying 15 home runes and 58 RBI's over four years. Congratulations Brianna! 

Thursday, June 8
Labs Finishes Four Seasons at Marywood University
Brooke played for the Belles throughout high school and has now completed four seasons as a Pacer. She recieved 1st Team All-Conference three of the four years she played and recieved 2nd Team All-Conference for the remaining season. Brooke finished her career with a .410 batting average, 5 homeruns, and 128 RBI's. Congratulations Brooke on four strong seasons as a Pacer! 

Thursday, June 8
Laubach Finishes Four Seasons of D-1 Ball at PSU
Marlaina "Marly", a former Belle, finished up her last season as a Nittany Lion in 2017 after making the team as a walk-on in her freshman year. She ended up being their go to pitcher as she started in the circle all four years she was there, compilling 46 wins including 6 shutouts. From a Belle to being a Nittany Lion she has made the Belles organization proud! 

Saturday, August 25
Brittany Shoemaker first Marauder.
Brittany Shoemaker will be the first Sellersville Belle to play softball at Millersville University.  "Shoey" is excited about taking her game to the college level.  A solid player with the Belles, Britt will do well at Millersville because she understands her game and will be able to adjust to whatever comes up.  Good luck Shoey!!

Saturday, August 25
Jess Kurtz is Golden...
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...Bear that is.  Yes, Jess "JK" Kurtz will attend Kutztown University.  JK looks to make an impact immediately on a very strong Kutztown team.  Jess is coming off her best of three years as a Belle.  Good luck with the Bears and we should see some KU softball in our future.

Sunday, September 4
Cheyenne Gerber to fly with...
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... the Eagles of Coppin State University.  "Big Sky" will join teammate Candice Van Horn at Coppin State.  Cheyenne takes her versatility behind the plate and in the outfield to Coppin State to also add to the growth of this program.

Sunday, September 4
Candice Van Horn chooses Coppin State
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University.  Candice is a big time shortstop and has decided to attend Coppin State University.  She looks to be a big part of the building of a strong softball program at Coppin State.

Sunday, September 4
Jill Schnall is a ...
... Black Squirrel!!  That is a Haverford College Black Squirrel.  Jill will make an impact with Haverford not only in the classroom but as an infielder.  Jill brought a new level of play to the Belles at third base and she plans to bring that to Haverford.

Sunday, September 4
Mandi Baer is a...
Huskie... Bloomsburg University Huskie that is.  Mandi will take her passion for the game and her abilities to play both infield and outfield to hope to make an impact in her first year for this perennially strong team.

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Sunday, January 9
Hope Spancake Heads to California...
University of Pennsylvania that is.  Hope will take her talents to the western part of the state to help this perennial power compete for a national championship.  Hope leaves the Belles having been known for the best curveball in Belles history and a change up second only to Charter Belle Andria Koehler.  We know Hope will make an impact at Cal U.

Saturday, January 8
Kim Begley chooses West Chester University.
Kimmy Begley will take her work ethic and glove at third to West Chester University.  She will have to add Gold to her purple wardrobe as she puts on the Purple and Godl of the Rams.

Saturday, January 8
Becky Ellis walks on at University of Delaware...
and makes the team - of course!  Becky's hard work and passion for the game has earned her a spot on the University of Delware Blue Hens.  The new coach lead to a new opportunity.  Well done Becky!!

Saturday, January 8
Brittany Devlin chooses Susquehanna University
Brittany will take her catching talents to Susquehanna University.  Brit hopes to make an impact as a freshman.  It will be a lot of driving for her grandfather!

Tuesday, August 25
Hannah Hugel -- York College
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Hannah Hugel has made a big splash at York College in being named All-Capital Athletic Conference Rookie of the Year!!  Congratulations Hannah on your accomplishment.  It is a tribute to your hard work.

http://www.ycpspartans.com/sports/sball/2009-10/releases/20100422g0nahp



Tuesday, August 25
Alexandra MacLean -- Bucknell University
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Tuesday, August 25
Shannon Kramer -- Mt. Saint Mary's University

Tuesday, August 25
Christine Scherr - Monmouth University
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Saturday, January 19
Captain Picks The Warriors...
Morgan "Captain" Karpac of Lansdale Catholic High School and her second season as a Sellersville Belle has committed to attend East Stroudsburg University in the fall of 2008.  Morgan last season was know as "the ultimate utility player" will be focused on helping The Warriors behind the plate as a catcher.  Karpac has spent her time this fall, with the help of Coach Erika Lee, improving her catching skills.  We are really happy for Morgan as she prepares to play at the collegiate level.(East Stroudsburg University logo unavailable)

Sunday, November 25
Heather Hannum Signs NLI...

with Kutztown University.  Heather will join her sister next fall as a Golden Bear at Kutztown.  Her sister Nicole is at Kutztown now as a freshman and it was a perfect match for Heather.  Heather should make an immediate impact with her power hitting.  Belles Head Coach Paul Koehler said "Heather is one of the biggest hitters I have ever had the priviledge of coaching with the Belles.  She has amazing power and is one player who can 'go yard' on any swing.  I am just glad she is on the Belles."

Congrats Heather and Go Bears!!!!



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Saturday, November 24
Brittany Schlorff transfers...
york college

to York College.  After playing her freshman year at Bucknell Britt has made the move to York College.  One of her new teammates is Hannah Hugel.  Good luck with the Spartans.



Tuesday, November 20
Jessie James Signs NLI...

to play softball in the fall of 2008 for the Crimson Hawks of Indiana University of Pennsylvania.  Jessie has worked hard to come back from her ACL injury of last winter.  There was an early interest on the part of IUP and when all things were weighed, IUP won James.  Jessie will work behind the plate.

 Jessie is the 4th Sellersville Belle to commit to IUP, following Hilary Tutrani, Caroline Oakley, and Dee Eppinger.  Looks like the start of a good thing.

Good luck Jessie, and GOOOOO Hawks!!!



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Thursday, October 4
Bednar to Fly With Hawks!

Yes, Christine "Beddy" Bednar has given a verbal committment to Head Coach Terri Adams of the St. Joseph's University Hawks softball team that she will attend and play softball for her in the fall of 2008!  Beddy has worked very hard since joining the Sellersville Belles in 2006 to reach this milestone.  All Belles, both past and present are very happy and excited for Christine. 

 

Christine will join St. Joe's to play either right or left field.  Coach Adams is looking for her power hitting bat to make an immediate impact as she steps her game up to the next level.  Bednar was being courted by UMBC also and most heavily by Indiana University of Pennsylvania.  Christine chose St. Joe's primarily for the strong program it has in the major in which she is most interested.

 

Good luck Christine - and GOOOO Hawks!!!



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Friday, September 28
Beth Everist - Mt. Saint Mary's University
Beth Everist takes her power pitching and strong "stick" to "The Mount."  Although Beth missed her final season as a Belles due to her broken leg, Coach Larry Alvis had seen enough of Beth in the fall of 2006 to know that she would be an impact player for him at "The Mount."  Beth "speaks softly and carries a big stick." 

Sunday, August 26
Kate Staffieri - DeSales University
Kate is going to work behind the dish for DeSales University.  Kate will be called on early because last year's catchers graduated.  Staff's work ethic should serve her will as she starts her college career.

Sunday, August 26
Brittany Allman - Indiana University of Pennsylvania
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Brittany becomes the 4th Belle to put on the maroon of IUP.  She will join teammate Dee Eppinger in the Freshman Class of 2007.  Brittany will probably see time in the outfield.  she is a true power hitter who should help IUP as they rebound from their dissappointing 2007 season.

Sunday, August 26
Dee Eppinger - Indiana University of Pennsylvania
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Dee will be the 3rd Sellersville Belle to join the squad at IUP.  As a standout shortstop for Sellersville and North Penn High School, Dee may find herself playing a role from short to the outfield.  We know with Dee's work ethic it will not be long until she is one of the starting nine.  Good luck Dee.

Sunday, August 26
Val Malizzia - Lebanon Valley College
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Val was able to secure a position with the Flying Dutchmen in the fall of 2007.  Val will be called on to make an immediate impact in the circle because Lebanon Valley graduated their pitchers.  She will join former Belle Allie Davies. 

Sunday, August 26
Jen Lococo - DeSales University
Jen had a very successful senior season in 2007 with the Sellersville Belles.  In the fall of 2006 she was able to show her abilities at both first and in the circle as pitcher.  The lefty from Freedom High School hopes to make an immediate impact at DeSales.  Good luck Jen!!

Tuesday, August 15
Crystal States - Cedarville University
In her short time as a Sellersville Belle, Crystal States left a very favorable impression.  She impressed in the fall of 2006 to get the opportunity to attend and play at Cedarville University.  She will make an impact in her first season as the starting catcher.  States was known at Sellersville for her "weather updates."  Here is hoping that Crystal sees sunny skies at Cedarville.

Tuesday, August 15
Erin Degnan - University of the Sciences of Philadelphia
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Tuesday, August 15
Caroline "Oaks" Oakley - Indiana University of Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, August 15
Allie Davies - Lebanon Valley College
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Tuesday, August 15
Meaghan Halberstadt - West Chester University

Tuesday, August 15
LeeAnn "Kramedawg" Kramer - University of Pittsburgh - Bradford

Tuesday, August 15
Jordan Davenport - Greensboro College

Tuesday, August 15
Jaime Stover - DeSales University

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Jill Fisher - LIU C W Post University

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Jen James - Bucknell University

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Julie Sterrett - Lehigh University

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Andrea Long - James Madison University

Tuesday, August 15
Hilary Tutrani - Indiana University of Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, August 15
Ashley Schappel - University of the Sciences of Philadelphia
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Tuesday, August 15
Stacy Moyer - Iona University
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Tuesday, August 15
Heather Gordon - Monmouth University

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Janelle Brey - Moravian College
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Janelle Brey found a home as a Greyhound at Moravian College.  Or should we say she was most comfortable at home because she set multiple hitting records while at Moravian.  She set career, season, and game records for home runs, RBI, and slugginf percentage.

Tuesday, August 15
Molly Meehan - Univeristy of Pennsylvania
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Molly spent her time with the Quakers behind the dish working the pitching staff at the University of Pennsylvania. Molly was the first Sellersville Belle to play for an Ivy League Division I softball team. Molly now calls Denver, Colorado home. She can be found running promotions at the Pepsi Center in Denver. That's along way from Sellersville!!

Andria Koehler - Rutgers University
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Andria Koehler is one of the "Charter Belles" who played on the first Sellersville Belles team and played her entire travel ball career as a Belle. Andria pitched and played an occasional inning at first base.

Andria started every inning of every game as pitcher in her four year high school career at Pennridge High School in Perkasie, PA. She was team captain her junior and senior seasons and was the MVP her sophomore, junior, and senior years.

Koehler had a strong career at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ for the Scarlet Knights. At Rutgers, Andria pitched in all four seasons, with her senior season being her strongest. Her first three seasons "on the banks" Andria was named the team Scholar Athlete. Her Senior season she was named co-mvp with battery-mate Nikki Childress. She graduated with a 3.86 GPA and was twice named to the Verizon Academic AllAmerican Team. Koehler graduated with a degree in Environmental Planning and Design and is working as a landscape architect in Silverthorne Colorado.



 
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