Kristal Terpstra M.S., ATC – (New Hampshire Technical Institute) – Kristal is the Athletic Trainer for NHTI in Concord, NH. She got her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa and her Master’s from Plymouth State University in Plymouth, NH. She has worked with football, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s basketball, wrestling, hockey, field hockey, softball, baseball, and men’s and women’s lacrosse. While in undergrad, she participated in the university marching band and pep band. She was a three-sport athlete in high school playing volleyball, basketball, and track.
Sydney Canessa - (Fordham University - Wall High School) - Sydney was a four-year starter for the Lady Knights of Wall HS (NJ). As the shortstop, she led her team to a Shore Conference Championship in 2012 as well as the State Finals in 2013. She was selected First Team All-Shore Conference all four years, First Team All-State in her junior and senior seasons and received Player of the Year honors from three different newspapers. At Fordham (Bronx, NY), Sydney transitioned from shortstop to center field. In her freshman and sophomore seasons, she started every game in the lead-off spot and in center field. In her junior season, she started every game in center field and transitioned to the third spot in the lineup. She helped her team win the Atlantic-10 Conference Championship three years in a row in order to advance into Regional play. In her three years, Sydney has received First Team All-Rookie honors, First Team All-Conference, Academic All-Conference, ECAC First Team, NFCA All-Region Second Team and First Team-All Region honors. With a GPA above a 3.5, Sydney plans to major in Finance at Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business with a minor in Economics.
Lauren Fischer – (Seton Hall University – Robbinsville HS) - Lauren is a pitcher and infielder who currently plays on the Seton Hall University softball team. She was a key player in Robbinsville Little League's run to the Little League World Series in 2008 as a pitcher and shortstop. In her four years at Robbinsville High School she pitched Robbinsville to two State Championships and earned multiple accolades including three-time CVC Player of the year, three-time All-Area First Team, and she was a two-time All-State Selection. Lauren played three years with the New Jersey Nightmare competing against some of the best teams across the country. At Seton Hall, Lauren was selected for the Dean's list in every semester throughout her freshman, sophomore, and junior years. She was also the winner of the Stillman School of Business excellence in marketing award. Currently, at Seton Hall Lauren is a starting pitcher who has led the team in ERA. Despite a knee injury, during her junior year, Lauren led the team in batting average and on-base percentage. In the future, Lauren aspires to be a Division I Collegiate Softball Coach.
Megan Hevey - (Shippensburg University - Robbinsville HS) - At Robbinsville, Megan played four years of Varsity Softball at shortstop. Megan helped the team to four sectional championship wins and a NJ Group II State Title in 2013. In softball, she was named to All CVC Second Team her junior year followed by All Area Team Honors, First team All Group 2, and All CVC Honors in her senior year with the Ravens. Megan played travel softball against elite competition in her 4 years with the New Jersey Outlaws. At Shippensburg University she played her freshman season on both sides of the diamond as a middle infielder and ended the year with Scholar Athlete Honors. With a GPA over 3.5 Megan plans to double major in Management and Finance at Shippensburg's John L. Grove College of Business. Megan has experience working local clinics and college recruiting camps through Robbinsville Little League, the NFCA, and Shippensburg University.
Jade Assad – (Wheaton College – Blair Academy) - Jade will be attending Wheaton College in Massachusetts this coming fall. She recently graduated Blair Academy where she was 1st Team All State Prep and 1st Team All MAPL all 4 years as a pitcher and a first baseman. Her sophomore year she was NJ Prep Player of the Year and lead her team on the mound to two NJ Prep A State titles and one Mid-Atlantic Prep League championship. During her senior year, she also played Varsity Volleyball and ran winter track.
Julie Fassl – (The Hun School of Princeton) – Julie is a three-sport varsity athlete at The Hun School of Princeton where she plays field hockey, basketball, and softball. A rising senior, she’s made All MAPL and All Prep First teams for softball all three years. Currently, she plays travel softball on the Central Jersey Lightning 18u Gold team. She is primarily a catcher but can play any position particularly anywhere in the outfield. She is definitely looking to play softball in college and possibly field hockey as well although she has not yet committed to a school.
Drew Washington- (The Peddie School) – Drew is a rising senior at the Peddie School and she has been a varsity starter since her freshman year. Her main positions in school are pitcher and first base, but she has also played third base when necessary. For all three years so far at Peddie, Drew has earned Honorable Mention in the Mid-Atlantic Prep League, been named First Team All-State Prep and she was also selected to play in the Carpenter Cup Tournament. This past season she had a .677 batting average scoring 14 times with 12 runs batted in as Peddie advanced all the way to the NJ Prep A Championship Game. Outside of school, she plays for the Jersey Outlaws Gold where she will continue to compete for the last three weeks of the season.