Bowie Blue Jays Fastpitch Softball

 

Based in Bowie, MD, the Blue Jays girls travel fastpitch softball program is for motivated female athletes who want to play competitive softball and train year-round.

Our teams play in fastpitch softball leagues and tournaments. We also conduct winter softball training, participate in local softball camps and skills clinics and provide college recruiting support for our athletes.

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​MARYLAND BLUE JAYS NEWS
 

Maryland Blue Jays Roster Positions Still Available!

The Blue Jays organization is currently looking for athletes

that want to take their game to another level, by playing

competitive showcase tournaments and working with

professional instructors and experienced coaches.

 

For the 2019-2020 season Blue Jays is seeking the best

and brightest athletes to join a premier organization.

This fall we will be fielding teams at 12U, 14U, 16U, 18U & 18U Showcase levels.

Athletes interested in joining the Blue Jays family, are asked to complete an interest form at www.bowiebluejays.org/interest.

For additional information, please contact Coach Tony Chapple at operations@bowiebluejays.org

                                                                                           Maryland Blue Jays Passion! Pride! Dedication!

Blue Jays Hall of Fame Inductees!!

As we know, it takes hard work, resilience, persistence and sacrifices to fulfill one's dream of playing at the next level of college softball. The Blue Jays family is extremely proud of our 2019 college student-athletes. This class includes athletes that were 12U players while others joined the family, developed and flourished in the Blue Jays program. However the means, we are so very proud to induct these stellar athletes and exceptional students into the Blue Jays Softball Hall of Fame!

DaeShonna Beckham – Allen University (Sports Management)

Jaila Canzater - Stevenson University (Biology)

Colleen Blasko – Hood College (Global Studies)
Jordan Jackson - Stevenson University (Medical Science)

Ahmira Miller – Montclair State (Exercise Science)
MacKenzie Robinson – Hood College (Psychology)
Amelia Theobald – University of W. Virginia (Psychology)

Brianna Greenwell - Washington College (Business Management)

Sarah Gibson - Airforce (Linguistics/Cyber Security)

Anna Klotz - Seton Hill University (Equine Management)

 

Blue Jays Makes Major Impact on Area Softball!

 

Our active Blue Jays players are dispersed throughout the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) and are major contributors on their respective teams in various counties, including Prince George's County, Montgomery County, Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County and Kent County. This includes Ahmira Miller, St. Mary's Ryken WCAC Champs and Colleen Blasko, St. Vincent Pallotti second in division and runner-up in championship play. Colleen led Pallotti to their first champion game in 20+ years. In fact, the majority of the starters of the WCAC semifinalist Bishop McNamara softball team are current Bowie Blue Jays.
 

In the end Bowie Blue Jays players were selected for many honors including Amelia Theobald and Brooke Varner First Team ALL-WCAC, second team included Jade Greene, Jayla’h Romero-Thompson and Ahmira Miller. Our WCAC Honorable Mention includes Rebeca Dobson, Akilah Johnson and Kennedy Atwater; Washington Post All-Met Honorable Mention, Kelly Fuentes. For Colleen’s outstanding contribution at Pallotti, she received numerous distinctions. Among them, the Joseph A. Meyers Foundations Award, highest esteem given to a Pallotti student.
 

On the collegiate level, Community College of Baltimore County - Catonsville; our very own Alleshia Pullen was again selected All-Maryland JUCO first team honors. Alleshia also earned Second Team NJCAA All-Region DII honors as she helped power the Lady Cardinals to a strong 38-10 record and national ranking. Alleshia posted a .456 average, was second in the conference in home-runs. Her season was highlighted with an outstanding game going 4-4, with a single, double, triple, and home run, to pick up a cycle. Alleshia Pullen was also named 2019 CCBC Athlete of the Year! Our other sophomore, Taylor Wilson (TW) made 43 starts in 48 appearances at first base for the Maryland Terps. In the very competitive Big Ten, TW posted a .282 average, emphasized by a combined 4-11 at the Carolina Classic, hitting home runs in back-to-back games, driving in six runs, and scoring three runs.
 

Congratulations to Alleshia, TW and all our student-athletes for their honors and representing the Bowie Blue Jays on the field and in the classroom!

Blue Jays Prospect Camps 2019

Bowie Blue Jays winter workouts and prospect camps 2019

featured  instruction from:

Aleshia Ocasio (All American @University of Florida / Chicago Bandits

HOF Avon Meacham (University South Florida)

HOF Bruce McConkey (Catholic University)

HOF Marc Harrison (Bowie State)

Laura Horstkamp (Stevenson University)

Patti Mascone (University of Maryland)

Carly Martin (Howard University)... #GETTIN’ITIN!

 

Blue Jays 18U Showcase Update!

CONGRATULATIONS to our Blue Jays 18U Showcase team who captured the

USSSA Maryland State 18U "B" Championship in Brooklyn Park, MD!! 

The Showcase team played FIVE games back to back on Sunday,

defeating the Hotshots Thunder 3-2 in a very close championship game. 

It was a most outstanding performance by our Showcase team.

Special shout-out to ace pitcher, Akirra Pullen who pitched every inning

of the day, and special shout to short-stop Maddie English with her

excellent defense; Blue Jays Team MVPs!

During this tournament the Showcase outscored their opponents 48 - 6.

They are currently  ranked sixth nationally and ranked number one in

Maryland!

Bowie Blue Jays Athletics Inc. is a Maryland non-profit corporation and a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.