ROCKLAND THUNDER
FASTPITCH SOFTBALL

Rockland Thunder                              Fastpitch Softball

About Thunder

We are a competitive fast pitch softball club from New York's Lower Hudson Valley area. Specifically we are on the Rockland/Bergen border and pull girls from both New York and New Jersey. The primary goal of this organization is to ensure a highly competitive environment for all players and their families and to enjoy the world of club/travel softball. We are committed to providing a platform where players will significantly increase their softball ability and long term potential to play at the college level.

We are a Non-Profit
organization with
 trained Coaches who volunteer to be on our staff. We recruit players by holding open tryouts and word of mouth. We stand on our reputation to draw good players from all over to join our organization. 

We
provide many optional ways to fund-raise to cover your costs. 

We pride ourselves on
having great success in promoting our players to go on beyond high school and play at the college level. Many of our past players [+50+] have gone on to gain scholarships and play at the Division 1, 2, and 3 levels, and we can also boast that we recently had a Thunder graduate playing at the professional level on the Philadelphia FORCE!
TRYOUTS SCHEDULE:
FOR SNOW CANCEL INFO: CALL 845-406-4529
WEDs / THUs DECEMBER   6-9PM by appt
FOR TRYOUT, CLICK REGISTRATION ABOVE
AND CALL : 845-406-4529

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10U/12U/14U

HEMPSTEAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
80 Brick Church Road
Spring Valley, NY 10977

For other information call: 914-522-3565


Rockland Thunder 12U Red Captures
First Place at Beacon Extreme 2013


The 2013 12U Thunder Red completed an undefeated weekend of play capturing 1st place in the "Take it to the Extreme IX" 12U Tournament in Beacon, New York.  The Club played near perfect ball in all 6 games, earning the number 2 seed after Saturday Play and edging out the field of twelve on Sunday to bring the Title home to Thunder Headquarters.  The Thunder girls showed the heart of a lioness coming back twice in the championship game, ultimately defeating the Duchess Debs 10-7.   
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