Entering our 4th season as an independent program, the TFC have 12 players currently and successfully attending university and colleges all over North America. We have two players representing our program in the Canadian National Team Pool. The culmination of training, travel, camaraderie, competition and excellent classroom habits are hallmarks of our program. Our current roster boasts a team GPA of 3.75 with no players below 3.5 and 5 with a 4.0. The Toronto Fastpitch Club is proud to announce their current signing class for Fall 2019.
Following in the steps of program alum and Senior pitcher Kristin Fealy (graduating 2018- Criminal Justice), Centerfielder Molly Edge will attend Adelphi University (DII-Northeast-10) and intends to major in Nursing. Click here for their 8-woman announcement for their 2019 signing class under Head Coach Carla Campagna (First Season).
After a summer of virtually unstoppable home runs, Catcher/Utility Becky Hodder will attend Wayne State University (DII-GLIAC) to study Kinesiology. Click here for their 5-woman announcement for their 2019 signing class under Head Coach Gary Bryce (38th Season).
Outfielder Samantha Miller, an athlete built with determination and work ethic faces a 2 hour drive to practice from Penetanguishene 3 times a week and rarely misses a practice. Sam will attend St. Peters University (DI-MAAC) to study Mathematics. Click here for their 9-woman signing class under Head Coach Chris Stelma (Third Season).
Being a part of TFC has been such an amazing experience. The coaching staff has pushed me to reach my goals and to be a better player. Being on the team has taught me leadership, accountability, and how to work as a team to reach the common goal. As I am upset to be leaving my TFC family, I am extremely excited to be furthering my academic and athletic career at St. Peters. – Sam Miller
All three players committed to their schools this past summer, and they are breathing a sigh of relief now that their university acceptances have been received. This time of year can be stressful for high school seniors, but with the support of their teammates our full graduating class will receive more exciting news in the upcoming months.