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Three Pillars

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:

  • Academic excellence
  • Instruction of softball fundamentals at an elite level
  • Strong connections with the college coaching community at all levels​

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.  


We are Looking for Great Students Atheletes with the following criteria in Mind:

  • Can you maintain the Angels academic standard of a 3.5 GPA, 25 ACT or 1250 SAT?
  • Can you make the team or organization better?
  • Can the Colorado Angels organization make you better?
  • Do you have the drive, work ethic and talent to play college ball?
  • Can you handle tough coaching and a competitive practice environment?
  • Can you be a good Angel teammate?

If you have any questions or would like to attend a workout, please contact John Waller: or 303-349-2456


2020 - 2021 Colorado Angels

The Colorado Angels are looking for great athletes at all levels with great academics, the desire to compete at the highest level and pursue college. Please reach out to one of the following coaches for additional information or tryouts.

18U - Jason Quimby  (303-960-8793)

16U - John Waller (303-349-2456) | Dawn Gaffin (303-901-5236)

16U - Brandon Hawkins (303-961-9779)

14U - Taylor Askew (402 - 212-5822)

12U - Jeri Caramillo (303-907-8175)

12U - Andy Jenson (303-249-0483)

10U - Eric Becker (720-326-7067)

Alex Gruitch has verbally committed to University of Maine

Another Angel gets her Wings.

My 2021 Ace in the Circle, Alex Gruitch has verbally committed to play Division 1 softball at the University of Maine. Even during this crazy COVID time, Alex Gruitch stayed true to her dream of playing Division 1 softball. Although stressful, her hard work continued. She stayed with the process until her dream came to fruition. Alex works hard at her craft, even harder in the classroom, all of which has afforded her a substantial scholarship to play at the University of Maine. Go Black Bears #AngelProud


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