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Keep it simple. Softball is a beautiful game of precision, patience, and integrity. We practice quality, consistency and competency in order to uphold those essential aspects of the game. We fear nothing, and we leave it all on the ball field.
From Salem, Oregon, Lauren was a 4-time 1st Team All-Conference and All-State player also earning State Player of the Year and 1st Team All-Region honors. Lauren played 3rd base for Colorado State University from 2004-2008 earning 1st Team All-Conference 4 times, MWC Player of the Year, MWC 10th Anniversary Team, NFCA All-Region and Easton All-American honors. She set 4 school records during her career, including career and single season homeruns (38, 20), slugging percentage (.863) and runs scored (61). Following her collegiate career Lauren was a Grad-Assistant Coach at Colorado State from 2008-2009, transitioning to coaching 14u-18u travel ball and offering private lessons from 2009 – present.
Colorado State University Individual Records
Single Season Homerun Record – 20
Career Homerun Record – 38
Slugging Percentage - .863
Runs Scored – 61
Mountain West Conference Awards
MWC All-Tournament Team (tournament discontinued after 2005) – 2005
MWC All-Conference Team – 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
MWC Player of the Year – 2008
MWC 10th Anniversary Team – 2008
NFCA All-Region 2nd Team – 2006, 2008
Easton All-American 2nd Team - 2008
Softball Pitching, Hitting, & Fielding Coach.
Lindsey De Leon
Hitting and Fielding Coach
Erika James Dixon
played 2 years at Salt Lake Community College where she was named to the NJCAA All-America First Team. She batted .440 and help lead the Bruins to a 5th place finish at the National Tournament both years. She was also named to the All-Region 18 First-Team and to the Louisville Slugger/NFCA NJCAA Division I All-West Region First-Team. During her sophomore year, Erika stole a team- and region-best 43 bases, which set a school record that still stands. Erika continued her college career at Weber State University where she set a Pacific Coast Softball Conference record with 35 stolen bases in a single season and 70 in her career. After her playing Career, she continued to help coach at Weber and became the Director of Softball Operations for 4 years. Erika’s primary position was in the outfield, and she specialized in teaching left-handed hitting, including slapping. Erika James Dixon is married to the love of her life Corby Dixon and a proud mother of 3 beautiful children.
Catching, Hitting and Defensive Skills