Emily Howard – Stern 18u Gold has committed to Vanguard University

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Feb
2016
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Emily Howard, a 2016, right-handed middle infiielder/3B/OF from San Diego Renegades Stern 18u Gold and Valhalla High School in El Cajon, CA (San Diego). She is committed to Vanguard University in Costa Mesa, CA (Orange County). A 4-year varsity letter-winner at Valhalla she helped the Lady Norsemen to CIF playoff appearances each of her first 3 years including starting at 2B in the CIF Championship game her sophomore season. Quick, agile feet, a strong arm, speed, athleticism and a discerning eye at the plate combined with smart, aggressive play make her a threat to get the extra out or score the extra run. She once hit for the cycle in a game. Natural leadership skills and disciplined commitment to the sport earned her role of Captain for both her Renegades travel team and her high school team at Valhalla. As a freshman was honored with the Coaches Award. Emily is a 2-time San Diego Union Tribune All Academic selection and a 4-year Valhalla Scholar Athlete with an overall GPA of 3.88 . She is a member of Valhalla’s Chamber Choir and served on ASB as Senior class secretary. She plans to study psychology or sociology at Vanguard University with thoughts of pursuing a career in law enforcement after graduation.

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Sabrina Schnaubelt – Stern 18u Gold, has committed to attend Gordon College

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Feb
2016
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Sabrina Schnaubelt, a 2016, left-handed OF/C/1B from San Diego Renegades Stern 18u Gold and University City High School in San Diego committed to attend Gordon College in Massachusetts. Sabrina’s academic excellence has put her on the honor roll throughout high school, and allowed her the opportunity to get a head start on her undergraduate studies by participating in the Project Lead the Way science program. Her knowledge of the game of softball, strong defensive skills and command at the plate have made her a starter for her Varsity team for four years and earned her several honors, including being named to the All-League team in multiple years. Following much research, many visits and numerous conversations with perspective college coaches, Sabrina chose to pursue an education in Nursing at Gordon College. Coach Woolf recognized Sabrina’s skills on the field as well has her knowledge and passion for the game. The Scots softball team welcomed Sabrina with open arms and cheered her decision to join them. She is looking forward to continuing her softball career as she embarks on the next phase of her education. We could not be more proud of Sabrina!

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We are celebrating 20 years as an organization

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Feb
2016
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The organization was founded in 1996 when several of the Rancho Peñasquitos Recreation All Stars began playing as a travel team.  Rancho Peñasquitos recreation teams have been very successful over the years and many of the top players were leaving for local Travel teams.  In order to provide these girls with a travel program closer to home, the San Diego Renegades were formed.

The San Diego Renegades are committed to producing the finest softball players in San Diego County and the Nation. Our objective is to provide the players with a program that will increase their chances of obtaining a College scholarship while receiving National exposure by playing only the best teams and in the best tournaments. Only top quality, hard working, dedicated players are asked to join our teams and parental participation is encouraged. The San Diego Renegades teams constantly play in the Orange County and Los Angeles areas and set a rigorous schedule to face as many top teams as possible in the toughest tournaments.

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Jocelyn Laux -Stern 18U Gold, has committed to Oklahoma Wesleyan University

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Jan
2016
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Jocelyn Laux, a 2016 right handed outfielder/1B in her 2nd season with San Diego Renegades-Stern 18U Gold, has accepted a scholarship offer and committed to Oklahoma Wesleyan University, in Bartlesville, Oklahoma as a student/athlete. Jocelyn plans to major in Psychology, specializing in early childhood development. Jocelyn has always possessed a very strong bat, hitting close to 20 homeruns over her travel ball and high school career so far. In the past couple of years though, she has made a concerted effort to improve her outfield defensive skills, and it was her strong defensive showing at a showcase in Reno, Nevada, that caught the attention of Coach Caty Reeves at OKWU. It took less than a week for Coach Reeves to contact Jocelyn and give her an opportunity to play for the Lady Eagles. Jocelyn has been an 3 year honor roll student, and 4 year starter on Clairemont High School’s varsity softball team, helping the school win their first CIF championship in 30 years. As a Sophomore, with her team down by a run and down to their last out in the CIF playoffs, she drilled a 2 out, RBI double in the bottom of the 7th, on an 0-2 count that tied the game, and forced extra innings in a playoff win that propelled Clairemont to the CIF championship, and remains one of the biggest hits in Clairemont history. Jocelyn is very excited to continue her education while playing the game she loves, and always says the trust and confidence she has received from Coach Jon, Coach Randy, and the entire Renegades family is, and will always be, one of her strongest tools as she moves on to the collegiate level.

Jocelyn-Laux

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President Glenn Bovee retires from coaching

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Aug
2015
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The San Diego Renegades congratulates President Glenn Bovee on his retirement from active coaching. While Glenn continues to be the President of the organization, he has concluded a wonderful run as 18Gold Manager. Glenn’s 18Gold tenure was one of the most successful one’s in the history of the organization. Glenn’s record of getting his players in college year after year was second to none. The last two years under Glenn’s Presidency has been the most successful in the long storied history of the organization. Glenn we thank you for the dedication on and off the field. We look forward to our future with you as President.

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12U Hicks — First Tryout — Saturday, July 25

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Jul
2015
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Our first tryout is this coming Saturday,  July 25.

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18U Gold Stern 13th Canadian Open International World Series Gold

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Jul
2015
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Congratulations!! 18U Gold Stern received the Gold medal in the 13th Canadian Open International World Series.

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14U Evleth 9th Triple Crown Series World Series Gold

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Jul
2015
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Congratulations!! 14U Evleth received the Gold Medal in the 9th Triple Crown Series World Series.

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Lauren Meyerson – Stern 18U Gold, has committed to UC at Davis

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May
2015
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Lauren Meyerson, a right handed infielder from Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego and a 5 year athlete with the San Diego Renegades has committed to University of California at Davis as a biology major. Lauren has excelled as a defensive player and her hitting is exciting. Lauren has a tremendous work ethic, and builds cohesiveness in her teams. Lauren is a captain of her 18Gold Renegades team and looking forward for the opportunity to play NCAA softball for the Aggies. She is excited to begin her collegiate road to a career in sports and medicine. We are proud of Lauren and wish her the best!

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Kayla Kruel – Stern 18U Gold, has committed to Kansas Wesleyan

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Feb
2015
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Congratulations to one of our 18U Stern Players on her college commitment! Kayla Kruel, a 2015 right handed C/3B/1B from El Capitan High School and San Diego Renegades – Stern 18U Gold, has committed to Kansas Wesleyan College in Salina, Kansas as a student athlete. In January of 2015 Kayla had narrowed down her list, and set out on visiting the top 2 on her list. One was on the East Coast and the other Salina Kansas. Finishing at the top was Kansas Wesleyan. Coach Hoetling and the softball team made her feel like she was at home. Kayla has proven herself on and off the field with her hard work and determination. Kayla, having transferred her Junior year where she was a 2 year Varsity starter in softball, a member of the ASB for two years, and an active member in the community giving back to organizations like Angel Tree, she had to sit for 30 days per CIF (one of the hardest things she stated that she had ever done) once she got to play, she had an immediate impact and helped to get El Capitan to the conference finals. She has excelled in the classroom and worked hard to get to this pay-off. Congratulations on her new journey to become a Kansas Wesleyan Coyote! We are proud of you!

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