For the second year in a row, we had a very successful Phoenix Jamboree held in conjunction with the TCS Arizona Fall Showcase. It’s always great to work with our TCS friends on each of several collaborative events throughout the year.

This Jamboree already is creating a great tradition of discovering players. Last year, Trinity Munoz (2025 MI) and Sydnee Williams (2026 P/OF) exploded on the recruiting scene after this Jamboree. Both have continued to grow and develop their games while becoming national level recruits.

This year, we had several players step up and deliver high level performances. 2024 OF/1B Rylie Haith had a great day both offensively and defensively. Rylie already has some D1 offers, but she has the game to increase those offers significantly. Rylie can really swing the bat off the left side, has legit gap plus power and is destined to be a double digit homerun threat in college. Rylie also can run and throw. She is very athletic with a 95.72 Allister Index, and we see nothing but great things in her softball future.

2025 C/OF McKenna Schab is very good behind the plate with solid 1.84 pop times. She also is solid offensively. She has good swing mechanics and makes consistent contact. Her 64 mph arm will certainly benefit her both behind the plate and in the OF.

Finally, 2026 C Lilly Mann put on an impressive show throughout the day. Lily is talented and destined to be a high level recruit if she continues to work on her game and athleticism. Lilly has tremendous offensive power potential. She can hit it deep and smokes it out there often.

We will be anxious to follow all the players from the Jamboree over the spring and summer. We want to thank them and their parents for helping us have a fun day of softball.

One final note for this event is mentioning our BP pitcher, Gina. Gina is a remarkable story of persistence and talent. Her maiden name was Medina, and everyone should look her up and read her story. To capsulize it, she won an Arizona HS championship in 1993 as a senior when she was throwing 67+ mph. 19 years later she won a JC National Championship in 2012 when she was throwing 62. We had a great time meeting her and watching her work.

Player's star ratings and evaluations will be posted on their profiles by Dec. 1st.

Below are the ODM Numbers, along with the pitch speeds and pop times. If you have questions about the ODM numbers, please email KJ with ODM at

ODM Numbers with Pitch/Pop

Below are the selcted 2023 Jamborees. Switches to Jamborees are not guaranteed and depend on the player's evaluation.

Rosetta Canyon Jamboree

  • Rylie Haith
  • Lilly Mann

Colorado Jamboree (Sunday or Monday)

  • Jorja Crider
  • Mantha Hatzenbeller
  • SoBella Malliarodakis
  • Abby Ritchhart
  • McKenna Schab
  • Lily Shull
  • Savana Soltero
  • Sieana Soltero
  • Amelia Streuber
  • Julia Sullo

Fall Jamboree (or attend a spring tryout)

  • Kennedy Carr
  • Taryn East
  • Angelina Falls
  • Clarissa Figueroa
  • Emily Gephart
  • Chloe Jackson
  • Molli Magana
  • Sammy Swords
  • Brianna Wunderle

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