Girls Slowpitch Softball is no-cut, no experience required sport at RHS. Whether you are a veteran softball player or new to the game, we invite you to join the team!
Team information (subject to change for the 2023-2024 season):
|Pitching Style||Slower to moderate speed ball thrown with an arch of 6-12 feet before crossing the plate||Windmill motion focused on power and with speeds of 50+ MPH when crossing the plate|
|Players on Field||10 (one additional outfielder)||9|
|Fouls||Batters 3rd strike foul ball is an out||Batters are permitted limitless fouls following the 2nd strike|
|Stealing Bases||Must wait until the batter has made contact with the ball||May steal as soon as the ball has left the pitcher's hand.|
RHS Slowpitch encourages you to try something new, meet new friends and participate in a high school sport! Register at https://roosevelths.seattleschools.org/student-life/athletics/athletic-registration/
Contact Coach Julianna Duso at firstname.lastname@example.org OR follow us on Instagram at rhs.slowpitch
Coach J (Julianna Duso) is excited to join the Rough Rider family as the Slowpitch Softball coach. She has been playing softball since she was 5 with experience as both a fastpitch and slowpitch player. Coach J currently coaches fastpitch for Northeast Seattle Little League and Seattle Pilots as well as slowpitch for the Rain(bow) City Softball League, where she is also a player. She also has experience coaching for Seattle Central Little league. When she isn't coaching or playing softball, Coach J also moonlights as a USA Softball umpire. Coach J's passion for softball comes from her belief that youth team sports play a large role in building community and instilling life skills such as resilience, confidence, being a good teammate, and winning with grace. Coach J's goal for the slowpitch program is that each player has a chance to grow their softball and life skills and of course....HAVE FUN!
Can't get a hold of your doctor and you need a sports physical? The Teen Health Center (room 225) offers sports physicals to all SPS students free of charge!
You can also contact the RHS Teen Health Center by emailing Suna.email@example.com or text 206-653-9786 to schedule.
Appointments start on Sept. 5th, 2023.
Last Friday night, the Roosevelt Girls Lacrosse team capped off an historic season by taking on Seattle Academy in the State Championship game. It was the first time the program has advanced to the Championship since 2006. Seattle Academy ultimately took home the title with a 17-8 win.
Congratulations to the six team members who earned All-Conference (Metro) honors for this season.
Attack - Carly Katzman (So, UPrep)
Midfield - Juliet Kilborn (Sr, RHS), Izzy Watts (Jr, RHS), Avery Williams (Jr, RHS)
Defense - Beatrice Bagley (Sr, Shorecrest), Lucy Pew (Jr, RHS)
Team Washington Selection
Three Roosevelt players—Carly Katzman, Izzy Watts, and Avery Williams—were selected for the U19 team representing Washington (Team WA) at the upcoming USA Lacrosse National Tournament in Raleigh, NC (May 27-28).
Thank you to our volunteer student videographers - Ian Tarrago and Ava Kelley - for capturing our games. A huge thank you to all the parents and friends within the Roosevelt community who supported this amazing team!
Congrats to the Roosevelt Fastpitch Softball team for winning the Metro League Championships on May 12th. The team beat Garfield 4-2 and is the # 1 seed heading into the district SeaKing Tournament.
Good luck in Districts! Go Riders!
Captains: Madison Bennani; Steffi Young; Janie Goodnow; and Claire Schmitt.
Team: Abby Williams; Maddie Lee; Sammie Wright; Leah Abraham; Kiana James; Adelaide Mills; Gigi Sykes; Pia Regala; Madeline Robinson; Savannah Bergstrom; Sydney Wilson; McKenna Couch; Jenna McGary
Coaches: HT Lee, Aaron Abraham, and Gina Swan
Roosevelt Slowpitch Softball Booster Club Representative