Six wins and 41 runs later and there was an even more impressive number for Jersey Outlaws Premier this past weekend at the Blue Chip Super Elite 40 tournament in Shamong – 37.
The Outlaws drew 37 college coaches to their games, all evaluating the growing level of talent that was coming off a successful high school season and opening their summer travel schedule.
“The level of interest for the girls was simply incredible and that's because they played so well,” Outlaws coach Dan Berg said.
The Outlaws (40-6-1) beat Frozen Ropes Force Elite, 7-0; NJ Avalanche Gold, 7-1; Angels Fastpitch Gold, 7-6; Jersey Flames Gold, 11-1; Jersey Flames Premier, 4-1; and New Jersey Power Gold, 2-0. They also lost to the PA Xtreme Gold, 8-3.
Up next is the Jersey Outlaws East Coast Showdown Saturday and Sunday in Voorhees.