18U Indiana Crush Gold will be holding tryouts Sunday August 10TH at Ben Davis HS at 4PM. We are looking to build on a very exciting team! We finished the season very strong beating ASA State Champions Indy Edge and beat the Las Vegas Rage 5-0 with 2 All-Americans on their roster. We are looking for a few pieces to finish this team. We are challenging you to be that difference maker, to be the final piece that takes us to the next level. Ron Wilson will be the Director with Brian Schmitt Head Coach, assisted by Eric Bessler. We will be playing ASA and Showcases. We want to get as much exposure for you and get YOU into college. If you would like to come out to tryouts, we will be welcoming all positions and want to keep building our team chemistry. Remember: Its not how hard you work us, Its how hard we work for you!
Director: Ron Wilson (317) 902-9220 firstname.lastname@example.org
Head Coach: Brian Schmitt (765)620-8585 email@example.com
Assitant: Eric Bessler (765) 427-9647 firstname.lastname@example.org
Unfortunately Ron we did not discuss the above 18U Indy Crush Tryouts and there will be no Indy Crush Fastpitch Academy Softball Teams. I have trademarked the Indy Crush name and it is not available for use. That being said this post needs to be removed immediately. Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.
Lorenzo Walker Jr
Indy Crush Fastpitch Academy
This is Ron Wilson. The write up for this team says it all. We do not bash other programs but have evolved into one of the top programs in the midwest. Our $ price has been lower than the norm and we work for our players. I have played at the Div 1 level at the U.S. Military Academy, played overseas, and really help fhe student athletes find the right fit. We also help our players network for summer jobs / internships leading to employment after college. We have built this from the ground up in 3 years by ourselves.
We will not speak negative about any other program. What we do have is a strong core of players returning, fields, $s, resources, and we seem to be a threat to existing high performing legacy programs in Indiana. What I can say is that we try to and are often successful at beating top teams and we do it with character.
Now, for some reason, we appear to be drawing much attention from legacy programs. There are only so many players available to at the elite level and we have a good # of those student athletes on our program.
We put young student athletes 1st!