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Sep 5, 2011 9:17 PM


Recruiting is a really difficult process and it is different for each individual player.  What are your grades? What is your major? What is your softball skill level?  How much are you willing to commit to softball both now and in college?  What happens if you don’t play right away?  Once you know what you want, The key is to get the coaches for the colleges you are looking at to come see you play. That may or not be at a showcase.   The key is to work with people who know you, the schools, the programs and the coaches to help you get into the best college situation for you. The first step is defining that. What is the best situation for you? Our u16 program will help you become a better player and help you with your college search.

The Mass Inferno will be holding U16 tryouts at Tufts University Tuesday Sept 6 from 5-7pm. 


We are looking for players who love the game, who want to work to improve, and who want to take their game to the next level.  We have a proven track record at developing players and helping them with their college search.  We run a year round program that includes a winter schedule of games and practices as well as a competitive summer tournament schedule. This is a special opportunity to work with some of the best coaching in the area.  Towards that end we require your comitment to improve as well as a comitment to your teamates. We focus on the players skills, create a team oriented fun environment, and want our players to have some of the best times in their lives while creating relationships that will hopefully last a lifetime.  If you are interested, call John MacKenzie 978-412-5228 or e-mail

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