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Colorado Angels Softball is an elite organization with a focused commitment of attracting, recruiting and developing young athletes to play softball at the collegiate level. The success of our program is built on three pillars:
It is our primary goal to place our very talented players in college programs that are aligned with their academic pursuits and overall softball talent, while being RELENTLESS in all three. The Colorado Angels organization was formed to expand the mission and goals of Coach John Waller who is the head coach for the 18 Gold team. The Colorado Angels are also a sister team to the Corona Angels in California led by Marty Tyson.
The Colorado Angels have helped over 30 girls with softball scholarships. These scholarships total over one million dollars. Girls are playing college ball in 8 states at 15 colleges and universities. Click here to see our Angel Alumni.
TO BE AN ANGEL, YOU MUST BE RELENTLESS.
If you are interested in exploring opportunities with the Colorado Angels, private workouts with the team are strongly encouraged in order to have a better chance for the coaches to evaluate player skills as well as interact with interested players within our team setting. This will be an opportunity for any interested player to come out and determine if the Colorado Angels organization is the place you are looking for to fulfill your college dreams.
We are looking for great student athletes for the 2016-2017 season with the following criteria in mind:
If you have any questions or would like to attend a workout, please contact John Waller: firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.349.2456
Just try to keep up with these Angels! There are many ways to connect with the Angels organization - social media, news articles. Keep an eye on these athletes as they continue to shine in their pursuit of excellence in the classroom and on the softball field.