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About Angels 

Showcase Softball

Ryan Leahy, Founder

 

"The secret of change is to focus all of your energy,not on fighting the old, but on building the new"

- Socrates

Angels Showcase softball is about the journey. The transformation of young and promising early teen softball players into confident athletes and proven talents who are great students and leaders, on and off the field.

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Angels Mission

We take great high school players and make them even better - with a focus on being competitive on a collegiate level.

 

Off-season program where positional skills, hitting, softball IQ and situational training are applied and in the fall and summer, tested with stiff competition on a national level.

We stress a proper physical training regimen, nutritional assistance as well as mental strength training.

 

We focus on leveraging their skills on the diamond to achieve their goals of playing softball in college, at schools that are academically and athletically a good fit for the player and student.

 
Our Leadership Team 

2024 Coaching
Staff

12U HALO:

COLLEEN NEWBURY St. Mary's Varsity Head Softball Coach

 

12U NAVY

LAUREN DONOVAN Stonehill College

JOLIE QUINTANA Suffolk University


14U NAVY

FRANK SARRO Head Softball Coach Manchester Essex

MEG BURKINSHAW Merrimack College


14U HALO

KRISTINA YEBBA  University of Southern Maine 

MAGGIE CARON Wheaton College


16U HALO

MADISON DANA Assistant Coach Salem State University

SAM GAONA Salem State University

 
16U GOLD

ERIC SHEPPERSON Assistant Coach SJP

MACKAYALA ROONEY Framingham State University 


18U ELITE

RYAN LEAHY Head Coach Salem State University

 ARIEL LAROSA Former HS and college head coach


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Player Development

Best of the Best

Developing great players means starting with great teachers who both know the game and can help the players understand how small changes can make big differences.  Once a skill has been learned, applying it to real game situations and then allowing those skills to translate into muscle memory with constant practice.  This is a process that takes place all year long, no matter what position is being played.  

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